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Science Fair Project: Do Drivers Obey the Laws When No One is Watching?

19th September 2012
Science Fair Project: Do Drivers Obey the Laws When No One is Watching? by Mort Barish Word Count: 634 A really great idea for a science fair project on human behavior is to watch what drivers do when they are confronted with a stop sign. Just ... Read >
Author: Mort Barish

Service to the delight of life

18th March 2012
The car needs regular maintenance? The house needs maintenance? Happiness also needs to maintain. Most of us knows what to do to maintain our car, fuel, oil, water, brakes etc.. Some of us know what to do, to maintain a house - cleaning, sealing cracks, p... Read >
Author: Richard Jordan

How to Impact Subliminal messages in Human behaviour

23rd June 2011
A subliminal message is a signal or message embedded in another medium It is contrived to pass below the average limits of human mind's perception. These messages are unrecognizable by the conscious mind, but in certain situations can affect the subconsci... Read >
Author: jaimes

NLP Training and Different Learning Styles

18th May 2011
NLP or Neuro-Linguistic Programming is composed of three main features of human behavior. These are the mind, language and behavior. This deals with different phases of human life. It focuses on a certain aspect of a person's personality and develops it t... Read >
Author: Nazima Golamaully

Know The Importance Of Clinical Psychologist In The Present Scenario

18th February 2011
Psychology is basically the study of mental processes and human behavior by observing, interpreting, and documenting how individuals along with other animals relate one to the other and even the natural environment. In order to attain this, psychologists ... Read >
Author: Amanda Gordon

Picture Perfect: Wall Colour Combinations, Colour schemes and more

17th September 2010
Colours are an essential component of human expression. Throughout history, great civilizations are known to have experimented with colour and recorded its effects on the human mind. Today, colour is known to be a result of the spectrum of light interacti... Read >
Author: KiranRaj

Determinism and Free Will: Transforming Fate in Buddhism

09th July 2010
Determinism and free will. Is determinism right, and there is no such thing as free will? Can our destiny change? Is transforming fate possible? How does Buddhist karma fit in with determinism and free will? Is transforming fate possible? The teaching... Read >
Author: Vince Barry

Ergonomic: Human Factors and Work Design Principles

18th August 2009
Ergonomics and human factors are terms often used synonymously. Both describe the interaction between the worker or operator and the work interface. Both are concerned with trying to reduce work stress in the work place. Ergonomics traditionally has focus... Read >
Author: AcquiredHope

Does Low Self-Esteem Run In Families?

20th May 2009
One of the interesting aspects of human behavior is that you often find that different emotional as well as behavioral patterns tend to run in families. The same is often true when it comes to levels of self-esteem. Sadly, un-self-aware parents often crea... Read >
Author: Robert Levin

How To Become A Police Dog Handler

09th January 2009
The dog handlers have a demanding role and work with the dogs on a daily basis to ensure they are training to the highest level possible to help solve crime. When a handler arrives at the scene he will always be accompanied by his dog. These dogs are t... Read >
Author: Simon

Love Calculators

27th June 2008
You have probably seen a love calculator before. In fact they are all over the Internet, all in different shapes and colors. You probably also did realize that those love calculators are simply for entertainment purposes only and must not be taken serious... Read >
Author: kinoku

Addictions Recovery Measurement & the Seven Dimensions Model

07th March 2008
Introducing a Multidimensional Recovery Measurement Model for Addictions The sun was thought to revolve around the earth for 1500 years. It wasn't until a European astronomer named - Nicolaus Copernicus first formulated a modern heliocentric theory of ... Read >
Author: James Slobodzien

Real Estate Psychology – Negotiation Behaviors Explained

22nd February 2008
You found the home you would like to buy. Now what, bid low, bid high, take it or leave it? There are a million different approaches to bidding strategies in real estate but there are a few cornerstones of human behavior that are like beacons in the dark ... Read >
Author: Toby Munk

How To Grow Up Emotionally

18th June 2007
Our thoughts have a powerful impact on our feelings. They go hand-in-hand in dictating human behavior. If thoughts are the spark, emotions are the flame. Thoughts are the forest, emotions are the trees. Thoughts are the war, emotions are the battle. We be... Read >
Author: Nancy O'Connor

How Well Do You Know Your Siblings?

27th March 2007
By Angie Epting Morris, Author of THE SETTLEMENT GAME: How to Settle an Estate Peacefully and Fairly There are only five senses, but countless ways of seeing things. "Personality Differences" often cause conflict in the division process of a... Read >
Author: Angie Morris
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