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Employment History

"THE 5 ESSENTIALS: Using Your Inborn Resources To Create A Fulfilling Life"

Author of


"THE 5 ESSENTIALS: Using Your Inborn Resources To Create A Fulfilling Life"

Enchanted Word Studios


Director of the Office

Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs' Northern Gulf Affairs


Director

Bureau of Economic and Business Affairs Office of Economic Sanctions Policy


Affiliations

USA Wrestling New Jersey

Executive Board Member


Brain Sells

Founder and President


Brodeur Worldwide

Board Member


Max Planck Institute

Fellow


Zoom Information, Inc.

Board Member


Business News Articles.com

VIP Member


Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Staff Member On the Project On Human Communication


Apple Inc.

Founder


Education

B.A.

Political Science

University of Denver


M.B.A.

International Finance

Columbia University Graduate School of Business


Ph.D.


Ph.D.'s posts


doctoral degree

National Institute of Mental Health Post-Doctoral fellowship


doctorate

Cognitive and Social Anthropology

Albert Einstein College of Medicine


doctorate

cognitive neuroscience

Albert Einstein School of Medicine at Yeshiva University


joint degree program

psychiatry and anthropology

Rutgers University's Medical School


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Executive Board

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State Vice Chairman - Bob Deutsch
bdeutsch@comcast.net 856-296-6680


brain-sells.com

BOB DEUTSCH
Dr. Bob Deutsch Bob Deutsch, Founder & CEO, Brain Sells -Dr. Bob Deutsch, cognitive anthropologist & CEO of Brain Sells Dr. Bob Deutsch founded Brain Sells after years of studying how people in many different cultures and countries create beliefs and attachments - how leading ideas take hold. Dr. Deutsch has written and spoken widely on what one sees when casting a "primal eye" on modernity, including its rituals and mythologies. He has contributed articles on human nature, the cultural moment and marketing to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe and National Geographic Magazine. His commentaries have appeared on ABC's Nightline, Good Morning America, and on the PBS series, Rights & Wrongs. He also lectures and is on the roster of Leading Thoughts as a keynote speech maker. Dr. Deutsch's academic training and experience has been interdisciplinary in scope, combining anthropology, cognitive science and media studies. Dr. Deutsch received a doctorate in cognitive neuroscience from the Albert Einstein School of Medicine where he was a staff member of the "Project on Human Communication" that pioneered methodologies for the ethological analysis of performed and spontaneous behavior. During his graduate education, he also taught cultural anthropology and evolution at the City University of New York. Upon receiving his doctoral degree, Dr. Deutsch was awarded a Harry Frank Guggenheim Fellowship and a National Institute of Mental Health Post-Doctoral fellowship to study selected confined populations (e.g. brain damaged, juvenile delinquents, and schizophrenics) in order to describe the "primary core" of their communication practices. Concurrently, Rockefeller University supported his field research with chimpanzees, aimed at determining the existence of nonlinguistic forms of ritual and ritualized behavior. He has applied this research to analyzing audience reaction to cinema and TV. Dr. Deutsch then took a position at the Department of Psychiatry, Rutgers University Medical School, where he co-directed a joint degree program for medical residents in psychiatry and anthropology. As a logical extension of his research on the natural forms of face-to-face behavior and their relationship to persuasion, conflict resolution, and impression management in larger groups, Dr. Deutsch was invited by Nobel Laureate Konrad Lorenz to conduct cross-cultural inquiries under the auspices of the Max Planck Society of the Federal Republic of Germany. During his years with the Society, Dr. Deutsch traveled to various preliterate societies (e.g., Eipo of New Guinea, Yanomamo of Venezuela), as well as Third World and industrialized nations, to study how leading ideas emerge in a culture. Deutsch has also traveled throughout Western Europe and the Mediterranean studying the ease and folly of cross-cultural communication. Dr. Deutsch then served as an in-house consultant to the US Government on behavioral and psychological factors related to persuasion in face-to-face and mass communication. In that capacity, he traveled throughout most of the world advising on "what sells' in public diplomacy and international negotiations. After ten years of Government service, Dr. Deutsch opened Brain Sells, a private practice in public communications that focuses primarily on advising advertising agencies and corporations as to both "big picture" issues such as primal analyses of a public's mood and mind, as well as project-based work on strategic branding and its implications for media planning and business development. He also conducts conceptual studies on topics of general interest to marketing, such as: What Is Luxury? What Is Authenticity? What are the Levels of Complexity in Human Cognition? Why is the Perception of Time the Major Gender Difference? Synthesizing all these experiences, Dr. Deutsch has created a unique approach to uncovering what he calls "the primal, macro-structures that people live in today." This approach is known as PRIMALysis. It encompasses procedures for discovering the primal symbols, images, metaphors, and stories that reside in the public mind when imagining a particular product, person, or notion. He has applied this methodology in such varied venues as assisting the Foreign Ministry of Japan plan new strategies for international public diplomacy, to helping Dunkin' Donuts understand the tribal differences between its customers and Starbucks-goers, to providing American Express an analysis of the authentic experience of being a Small Business Owner. Dr. Deutsch has also conducted a number of ground-breaking studies for the healthcare industry - pharmaceutical companies and insurance providers - on how to validly segment the population, understand compliance, and expand brand beyond 'early adopters.' Dr. Deutsch is presently writing a book: The Artful Marketer: What You Have To Remember (And Have To Forget) When Marketing To Anyone. Whether applied to business or politics, Dr. Deutsch is one of the leading strategists on how the mind creates beliefs and how beliefs can be influenced. As he is known for saying, "Data or attributes are not the issue.


Meet Dr. Bob | Brain Sells - Dr. Bob Deutsch

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Brain Sells - Dr. Bob Deutsch
Subscribe to RSS Dr. Bob Deutsch, cognitive anthropologist Dr. Bob Deutsch founded Brain Sells after years of studying how people in many different cultures and countries create beliefs and attachments - how leading ideas take hold. Dr. Deutsch has written and spoken widely on what one sees when casting a "primal eye" on modernity, including its rituals and mythologies. He has contributed articles on human nature, the cultural moment and marketing to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe and The National Geographic Magazine. His commentaries have appeared on ABC's Nightline, Good Morning America, and on the PBS series, Rights & Wrongs. He also lectures and is on the roster of the Washington Speakers' Bureau as a keynote speech maker. Dr. Deutsch's academic training and experience has been interdisciplinary in scope, combining anthropology, cognitive science and media studies. Dr. Deutsch received a doctorate in cognitive neuroscience from the Albert Einstein School of Medicine where he was a staff member of the "Project on Human Communication" that pioneered methodologies for the ethological analysis of performed and spontaneous behavior. During his graduate education, he also taught cultural anthropology and evolution at the City University of New York. Upon receiving his doctoral degree, Dr. Deutsch was awarded a Harry Frank Guggenheim Fellowship and a National Institute of Mental Health Post-Doctoral fellowship to study selected confined populations (e.g. brain damaged, juvenile delinquents, and schizophrenics) in order to describe the "primary core" of their communication practices. Concurrently, Rockefeller University supported his field research with chimpanzees, aimed at determining the existence of nonlinguistic forms of ritual and ritualized behavior. He has applied this research to analyzing audience reaction to cinema and TV. Dr. Deutsch then took a position at the Department of Psychiatry, Rutgers University Medical School, where he co-directed a joint degree program for medical residents in psychiatry and anthropology. As a logical extension of his research on the natural forms of face-to-face behavior and their relationship to persuasion, conflict resolution, and impression management in larger groups, Dr. Deutsch was invited by Nobel Laureate Konrad Lorenz to conduct cross-cultural inquiries under the auspices of the Max Planck Society of the Federal Republic of Germany. During his years with the Society, Dr. Deutsch traveled to various preliterate societies (e.g., Eipo of New Guinea, Yanomamo of Venezuela), as well as Third World and industrialized nations, to study how leading ideas emerge in a culture. He also traveled throughout Western Europe and the Mediterranean studying the ease and folly of cross-cultural communication. Dr. Deutsch then served as an in-house consultant to the US Government on behavioral and psychological factors related to persuasion in face-to-face and mass communication. In that capacity, he traveled throughout most of the world advising on "what sells' in public diplomacy and international negotiations. After ten years of Government service, Dr. Deutsch opened BRAIN SELLS, a private practice in public communications that focuses primarily on advising advertising agencies and corporations as to both "big picture" issues such as primal analyses of a publics' mood and mind, as well as project-based work on strategic branding and its implications for media planning and business development. He also conducts conceptual studies on topics of general interest to marketing, such as: What Is Luxury? What Is Authenticity? What are the Levels of Complexity in Human Cognition? Why is the Perception of Time the Major Gender Difference? Synthesizing all these experiences, Dr. Deutsch has created a unique approach to uncovering what he calls "the primal, macro-structures that people live in today. This approach is known as PRIMALysis. It encompasses procedures for discovering the primal symbols, images, metaphors, and stories that reside in the public mind when imagining a particular product, person, or notion. He has applied this methodology in such varied venues as assisting the Foreign Ministry of Japan plan new strategies for international public diplomacy, to helping Dunkin' Donuts understand the tribal differences between its customers and Starbucks-goers, to providing American Express an analysis of the authentic experience of being a Small Business Owner. Dr. Deutsch has also conducted a number of ground-breaking studies for the healthcare industry - pharmaceutical companies and insurance providers - on how to validly segment the population, understand compliance, and expand brand beyond 'early adopters.' Dr. Deutsch is presently writing a book: NOT: What You Have To Remember (And Have To Forget) When Marketing To Anyone. Whether applied to business or politics, Dr. Deutsch is one of the leading strategists on how the mind creates beliefs and how beliefs can be influenced. As he is known for saying, "Data or attributes are not the issue. The mind evolved to act, not to think." Tags: Featured © 2015 Brain Sells - Dr. Bob Deutsch. All Rights Reserved.


USA Wrestling NJ - Home Page

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State Vice Chairman: Bob Deutsch


Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress

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ROBERT D. DEUTSCH, Ph.D.
Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress ROBERT D. DEUTSCH, Ph.D. CSPC Senior Associate for International Communications Dr. Robert Deutsch is a cognitive anthropologist specializing in communication and culture, with an emphasis on investigating how people develop their belief systems and form attachments to products, people, and events. Dr. Deutsch's academic training and experience has been interdisciplinary in scope, combining anthropology, cognitive science, and media studies. He received a doctorate in cognitive neuroscience from the Albert Einstein School of Medicine at Yeshiva University, where he served on the staff of the "Project on Human Communication," an initiative that pioneered methodologies for the ethological analysis of human behavior. During his doctoral studies, Dr. Deutsch also taught cultural anthropology and film studies at the City University of New York. Upon receiving his doctoral degree, Dr. Deutsch was awarded a Harry Frank Guggenheim Fellowship and a National Institute of Mental Health Post-Doctoral fellowship to study communication practices of selected confined populations (e.g. brain damaged, juvenile delinquents, and schizophrenics). Concurrently, Rockefeller University supported his field research with chimpanzees, aimed at identifying nonlinguistic forms of ritual behavior. He has applied this research to analyzing audience reaction to cinema and television. Dr. Deutsch then took a position at the Department of Psychiatry at Rutgers University's Medical School, where he co-directed a joint degree program for medical residents in psychiatry and anthropology. While on staff at the Rutgers Medical School, he obtained a second doctorate in cultural anthropology from the Rutgers University. Afterward, at the invitation of Nobel Laureate Konrad Lorenz, Dr. Deutsch conducted cross-cultural inquiries under the auspices of the Max Planck Society of the Federal Republic of Germany. During his years with the Society, Dr. Deutsch traveled to various pre-literate societies (e.g., Eipo of New Guinea, Yanomamo of Venezuela), as well as Third World and industrialized nations, to study how leading ideas emerge in different cultures. Dr. Deutsch then served as an in-house consultant to the U.S. Government on behavioral and psychological factors related to persuasion in interpersonal and mass communication. In that capacity, he traveled throughout the world advising on "what sells" in public diplomacy and international negotiations. After ten years of Government service, Dr. Deutsch opened BRAIN SELLS, a private public communications firm that focuses primarily on advising advertising agencies and corporations. He also counsels clients operating in crisis management. In particular, he has advised on the nature of "warning discourses" in the contexts of national security affairs and corporate communications. Dr. Deutsch has published numerous articles on human nature, culture, and marketing in National Geographic Magazine, The Chicago Tribune, The Boston Globe, and The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. His commentaries have appeared on ABC's Nightline, Good Morning America, and on the PBS series, Rights & Wrongs. He also lectures widely and is on the roster of the Washington Speakers' Bureau as a keynote speaker. Dr. Deutsch is presently writing a book titled The Design of Attachment: Enduring Principles that Bond People to Products, Ideas and Performances.


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