of the persuasion

of the persuasion (that)

holding a belief that something is true or is in existence. Anne is of the persuasion that supports that candidate for mayor. The paranoid person was of the persuasion that aliens lived among us.
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of a/the... persuasion

(formal or humorous) of the type mentioned: As a young man, Max had always been of an artistic persuasion.peers of the Liberal persuasion
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Fourth, the persuadee is asked to make a certain judgement of the persuasion attempt.
Consumer involvement explains 16% of the persuasion related to the promotional text, which means that as involvement increases the persuasions related to the text will also elevate (0=2.
The third element of the persuasion process is to connect emotionally with the group or individual.
Nonverbal communication is also an important part of the persuasion process.
Performances on the diagnostic measures were mixed and did offer a clear understanding of the persuasion results.
In reality, most of the persuasion we encounter everyday is implicit, using nonrational techniques (emotional appeals, association techniques, "image building") and long-term, lowkey conditioning.