An overwhelming majority of all information that is known to the public is errors, misleading and is based on biased results. It can be observed in advertisements, promotional campaigns, various kinds of surveys and statistical data. For instance, companies tend to plot some selected data in their graphs to show increasing performance, research agencies ask negative questions in order to confuse the customer and advertisements convince buyers to follow leading brands. Such techniques are close to psychological, because they manipulate human thinking.
Question 6 In an ad for moisturizing lotion, the following claim is made: “. . . it’s the #1 Continue reading...