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Howard Gardner, 'Changing Minds'

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Howard Gardner, 'Changing Minds'

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Howard Gardner, 'Changing Minds'

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In his new book, Changing Minds, Howard Gardner examines how politicians, creative artists, busines leaders, teachers and prospective dates go about the business of changing deeply held opinions — what works, what doesn't, and why.

From the book, Gardner's Seven Levers of Mind Change:

1. Reason

2. Research

3. Resonance

4. Representational Rediscriptions

5. Resources and Rewards

6. Real World Events

7. Resistances

Guest:

Howard Gardner, professor of cognition and education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education

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