Rom Brafman holds a doctoral degree in psychology. He has won awards for excellence in teaching and promoting positive human growth. He is interested in the topics of resilience, empowerment, and transformation, and their manifestation in individual and interpersonal dynamics. Rom has a private practice in Palo Alto.
Lecturer Ori Brafman and his brother, psychologist Dr. Rom Brafman discussed their new book Sway, which looks at why people make irrational choices. "The way that we defined it," Rom said about irrational thinking, "is that it's about doing something that you know was the wrong decision afterwards." One of the key motivators behind irrational thinking is the concept of... More »Host: Ian Punnett