The Science of Friendship
Learn how to improve your social skills by understanding social psychology
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Have you ever been in a situation where you had to interact in a room full of strangers? Have you ever wished you could make friends with almost anyone almost instantly? Although forming social bonds can appear difficult at times, it is a lot easier when you know some of the psychological science at work. Over the course of eight classes, we will cover step-by-step theoretical and practical application of the science behind human friendship. And when you’re finished, armed with some social principles and a few empirically-tested-friendship-forming-tricks (no that term is not yet copyrighted), you won’t ever feel nervous about forced small talk again.
Membership: Free course
Duration: 8 days
Time: 10 minutes/day
Format: One lesson a day via email
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This short course gives me a new glimpse about the friendship. Particularly the insights about the rejection theory really impressed me. I came to know new methods to know about myself. I thank you
I enjoyed this course’s wise points. Thanks
I loved this course- it offered research-based ways to improve the art and science of building friendships. The author did an incredible job understanding some of the awkwardness of social interactions and normalized them, using tools to guide the reader to improve their skills that will lead of awesome friendship. I’ll definitely be taking more courses from this Author, as I loved his voice and content!!
Very informative and insightful.
Appealing insights about social bonds backed by science. I would definitely recommend this course!
The writing was easy to understand as well as entertaining. I especially enjoyed the little games a person could play, like asking the person in front of you at the checkout line to pay for the groceries. I also like that the information is fact based and not just someone’s opinion.
Such an insightful, well-written course! Definitely worth it if you’re not the super social type, or if you have an interest in Psychology.