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    STUDIA THEOLOGIA GRAECO-CATHOLICA VARADIENSIS - Issue no. 1 / 2012  
         
  Article:   WHY SOCIAL MOOD REGULATES HUMAN BEHAVIOR?.

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  Abstract:  Why Social Mood Regulates Human Behavior? This interdisciplinary article will examine the changes in socio-economical and political attitudes from different perspectives in a framework that hopefully allows for new insights into what motivates people to act and how mass popular shifts occur. Bringing together and integrating research and evidence from mass communication, psychology, mathematics and finance, we will attempt to piece together an image into the behavior of human society. This study will introduce and explore a new paradigm in social sciences that proposes a radical approach in studying the causality that generates social, economical, political and cultural events. With its roots in financial pattern analysis and psychology, this relatively recent paradigm tries to focus on what drives societies.

Key words: social mood, rationality, finance, psychology, socioeconomics

 
         
     
         
         
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