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This is known as the Decoy Effect. [via Wiki] “For example, if there is a consideration set involving players, consumers will generally see higher storage capacity (number of GB) and lower price as positive attributes;

A Guide To Manipulation. I love how these have a darker background than the guides to Deduction. It's ad if it's to manipulate you into believing it's all dark and..stuff...

A Guide To Manipulation. I love how these have a darker background than the guides to Deduction. It's ad if it's to manipulate you into believing it's all dark and. < a guide to manipulation

100: Take note of how a person's fingers and hands curl as they walk. People that have been carrying things lately generally continue to "carry" them for hours after.

A guide to deduction A wallet with slits along the sides of the most easily accessible card slot often belongs to a regular commuter. Thin train tickets do not bulge the slots, but can cause frequent small damage to the wallet.

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A guide to deduction A person who has recently dyed their hair will often have trace amounts of the dye on their skin, mostly at the hairline. Typically more so if they dyed it themselves instead of having a professional dye it.

97: A person who writes awkwardly or slowly is probably used to communicating through typed messages and storing information on a computer rather than on paper.

A guide to deduction A wallet with slits along the sides of the most easily accessible card slot often belongs to a regular commuter. Thin train tickets do not bulge the slots, but can cause frequent small damage to the wallet.

96: One can tell which adaptation of Sherlock Holmes a person prefers based on what they call the characters. Fan of more traditional series tend to call the two main characters Holmes and Watson, whereas fans of the modern television adaptation refer to them as Sherlock and John.

A Guide to Body Language — aguidetodeduction: Suggested by AC it's almost funny, I can easily recreate an "eye smile" and I'm not an actor, although I've considered it