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San Francisco :: CA :: USA | 4 months ago

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Skinner gave us concepts like "conditioned behavior," "positive reinforcement," and even "time-outs" for children. But he was also a radical among psychologists who cast aside notions of dignity and free will. Here's why Skinner continues to be

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Toronto :: Canada | 9 months ago

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None of us are ever too set in our ways to change our behaviour we have free will over our actions and full control over the way that we choose to conduct ourselves with others. Now, does this mean that changing the patterns of communication you and

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Fort Wayne :: IN :: USA | almost 3 years ago

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Is there a way to understand what people say with their bodies at work?...Western culture mostly associates the physical body with sex. When I teach non-verbal communication, people often squirm and giggle because bringing up the fact they have

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Toronto :: Canada | over 3 years ago

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From Friday's Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011 5:55PM EST Last updated Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011 6:00PM EST When she was growing up, Kathy Collard was painfully shy and withdrawn. I was the kid who never put their hand up in class, even

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McLean :: VA :: USA | over 3 years ago

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Terri Orbuch, a psychologist, research professor and sociology professor, lists these potential holiday party pitfalls: Alcohol. Watch your intake, she says. "Alcohol relaxes us and makes us more comfortable with others. We might participate in

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Mumbai :: India | over 4 years ago

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Subtle patterns of non-verbal behaviour on popular TV shows promote racial bias among viewers, according to a new study. 'Today, racial bias is often revealed via more subtle means than outright racial slurs,' said study author Max Weisbuch,

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Boston :: MA :: USA | over 4 years ago

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Psychology researchers at Tufts University in Massachusetts say negative body language between black and white characters in TV dramas studied, such as House, above, was clear in recent experiments. The negativity, the authors speculate, is

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