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used in The Tipping Point

7 uses
  • It's hard to appreciate that unless you are working in it.
    Chapter 5 (96% in)
  • To appreciate the power of epidemics, we have to abandon this expectation about proportionality.
    Introduction (74% in)
  • The third — and perhaps most important — implication of these studies is that persuasion often works in ways that we do not appreciate.
    Chapter 2 (84% in)
  • The essence of the Power of Context is that the same thing is true for certain kinds of environments — that in ways that we don't necessarily appreciate, our inner states are the result of our outer circumstances.
    Chapter 4 (53% in)
  • It's easier to remember and appreciate something, after all, if you discuss it for two hours with your best friends.
    Chapter 5 (19% in)
  • Although it is probably more romantic to cast this process as one of interpersonal revelation and acceptance, it can also be appreciated as a necessary precursor to transactive memory.
    Chapter 5 (84% in)
  • To look closely at complex behaviors like smoking or suicide or crime is to appreciate how suggestible we are in the face of what we see and hear, and how acutely sensitive we are to even the smallest details of everyday life.
    Conclusion (91% in)

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