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Conversion

Scarcity

We value things more when they’re in limited supply

Social Proof

We copy the behaviors of others, especially in unfamiliar situations

Framing

We make very different decisions based on how a fact is presented

Limited Choice

We’re more likely to decide when the options are sensibly restricted

Loss Aversion

We feel more negative when losing something than positive when we gain it

Authority

We have a strong tendency to comply with those in charge

Default Effect

We tend to accept the option pre-chosen for us

Priming

Our decisions are shaped by memories recalled from things just seen or heard

Commitment

Once we’ve made a public statement, we make consistent decisions to support it

Zeigarnik Effect

Incomplete tasks weigh on our minds until done

Reactance

We’ll do the opposite from what we’re asked if we’re pushed too hard

Curiosity Effect

We're driven to seek missing info that closes our knowledge gap

Metaphorical Shortcut

New or complex ideas are easier understood through existing ones

Contrast Effect

We better remember products that stand out from their surroundings

Ownership Bias

We value things more when we feel we own them

Time Scarcity

We're more likely to act if the clock is ticking…

Foot In The Door

Making a small commitment now makes us more likely to agree to a greater one later

Fresh Start Effect

We're more likely to stick to habits made at the start of new time periods

Door In The Face

We're more likely to agree to a small request after first rejecting a larger one

Status Quo Bias

We tend to stick with our previous choices, even if the alternatives might be better

Mere Exposure Effect

We like things more as they become more familiar to us

Dynamic Norms

We’re more likely to change if we can see a new behavior developing

Competition

We strive with and against one another for limited resources and status

Odor Priming

We’ll pay more when we smell something nice

Serial Position Effect

We better remember the first and last items in a list

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Conversion

Scarcity

We value things more when they’re in limited supply

Social Proof

We copy the behaviors of others, especially in unfamiliar situations

Framing

We make very different decisions based on how a fact is presented

Limited Choice

We’re more likely to decide when the options are sensibly restricted

Loss Aversion

We feel more negative when losing something than positive when we gain it

Authority

We have a strong tendency to comply with those in charge

Default Effect

We tend to accept the option pre-chosen for us

Priming

Our decisions are shaped by memories recalled from things just seen or heard

Commitment

Once we’ve made a public statement, we make consistent decisions to support it

Zeigarnik Effect

Incomplete tasks weigh on our minds until done

Reactance

We’ll do the opposite from what we’re asked if we’re pushed too hard

Curiosity Effect

We're driven to seek missing info that closes our knowledge gap

Metaphorical Shortcut

New or complex ideas are easier understood through existing ones

Contrast Effect

We better remember products that stand out from their surroundings

Ownership Bias

We value things more when we feel we own them

Time Scarcity

We're more likely to act if the clock is ticking…

Foot In The Door

Making a small commitment now makes us more likely to agree to a greater one later

Fresh Start Effect

We're more likely to stick to habits made at the start of new time periods

Door In The Face

We're more likely to agree to a small request after first rejecting a larger one

Status Quo Bias

We tend to stick with our previous choices, even if the alternatives might be better

Mere Exposure Effect

We like things more as they become more familiar to us

Dynamic Norms

We’re more likely to change if we can see a new behavior developing

Competition

We strive with and against one another for limited resources and status

Odor Priming

We’ll pay more when we smell something nice

Serial Position Effect

We better remember the first and last items in a list