Corporate consultant who psychoanalyzes cultures with what he calls "archetype research." Based in Florida, has made a name for himself describing Americans' subconscious associations by examining the "reptilian" part of the brain. He determined that the smell of coffee makes us think fondly of childhood. He found that the French associate the smell of cheese with life while Americans associate it with death. His "brand psychoanalysis," used by companies such as Procter & Gamble, helped develop Chrysler's PT Cruiser.