November 24, 2009by

Nicholas Christakis and James Fowler, the co-authors of Connected: The Surprising Power of Our Social Networks, present an intriguing analysis of the impact people we’re connected to have upon us–connected to, that is, in the phenomenological, not just the virtual sense. How does our relatedness to other people affect, for instance, our thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and behaviors? For both our everyday and professional lives, the insights of Christakis and Fowler have much to say.

Listen here to their interview from this morning with MPR’s Kerri Miller:

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