On Sun, 2010-01-10 at 19:46 +0100, Eric Reiss wrote:
> Human reaction IS chemical and the evidence has been overwhelming for almost
> three decades. I'm just trying to see if the rest of our little community
> sees what I have observed dozens of times: clients who want jazzier layouts,
> and respondents who think the eye candy gets in the way. And I want to see
> if there are any cultural aspects of which I should be aware.
Interesting. I'm confused by your association of chemistry with what
you're observing though. When you say you suspect a behaviour is "based
on brain chemistry and not on culture," do you have some evidence that
makes you think that? Please say you've been taking biochemical samples
from your clients - that would instantly groovy by any yardstick.
PS: FWIW I've not myself detected the patterns you've observed, but I've
had my fair share of client-related teeth-grinding.
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