I was reading a book about psychology concerning the subject of
Suggestion and I have one question about the use of ( for and in)
In the following text taken from that book which in my view I think
That the author should have used in instead of for
Could you clarify this to me or I maybe mistaken
(Suggestion for its effect depend upon the strength of its appeal to
What about?Originally Posted by hany
Suggestion, in order for it to work, depends on the strength of its appeal to the emotions.
Could you clarify it for me . . . .
Could you explain it to me . . . .