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Zoe Chance's keynotes often relate in some way to her own personal experiences in life, and help her to make insightful discoveries. Though she is a scientist who prefers to have empirical data, she accepts that some of her topics do not allow for such stringent evaluation and therefore encourages her audience to test for themselves if these insights hold merit in their own lives.
An Assistant Professor of Marketing at the Yale School of Management, Zoe teaches 'Mastering Influence and Persuasion.' Her studies also pertain to persuasion and decision making, as she tries to understand how people can lead more fulfilling lives. Zoe received her doctorate at Harvard, her MBA from the University of Southern California, and bachelor's from Haverford College.
Zoe Chance's keynotes are one of the many ways her research enters the public sphere. In addition to her keynotes, her research has appeared in The Economist, Scientific American and the New York Times.
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Zoe Chance’s Compulsive Behavior Speech Has Great Implication
In her compulsive behavior speech, Zoe Chance gives us a framework of five human needs that can help us to make any behavior we want compulsive.
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