Practical Training: Manipulation Strategies
Full course description
During the practical training, students will work on three assignments (individually or in small groups). Each student will design a unique persuasive message (a nudge) for the first assignment. The second assignment requires that students write a guideline proposal in which they describe a motivational interviewing context and application. Finally, in the third assignment, students work on a review.
Students are able to understand:
- presenting, academic writing, reviewing, social influence, information processing, dual process models, implicit and explicit attitudes, attitude change, nudges, designing a nudge, persuasion, persuasion techniques, motivational interviewing and guideline development.
- Students are able to understand and place their proposed intervention in diverse social contexts
- Kai Jonas
- K.J. Jonas