Thu, June 17, 2021

Sociology / Bio Philosophy

Sociology / Bio Philosophy

Gratitude Journaling Reduces Gossip in Workplace

 Giving thanks can transform lives. Not only does saying “thank you” mean good manners, but it also opens door to more positive relationships. A previous study has likewise shown that......

Sociology / Bio Philosophy

Social Media “Likes” Predict People’s Personality

 Facebook can be addicting than coffee. Healthcare digital marketing agency Omnicore Agency previously found that 50% of 18- to 34-year old smartphone users check Facebook when they wake up. For ......

Sociology / Bio Philosophy

Call, Don’t Text: Phone Calls More Likely to Produce Feelings of Connectedness

 The most intimate to least intimate communication ranks from face to face conversation, FaceTime (video calling), phone call, written letter, email, and instant message or text. Yet, the text ha......

Sociology / Bio Philosophy

Perfectionism May Be One Driver of Overparenting: Study

 Perfectionism may be viewed as a positive trait that increases a person’s chances of success yet it can also lead to self-defeating behaviors and thoughts. People who strive for perfection......

Sociology / Bio Philosophy

New Study Explores Expressions that Represent Flirting and Its Effect on Men

 Flirting, with no evil intent, is an important social process that redistributes self-esteem and confidence. However, humans are really bad at detecting flirting. Previous studies on nonverbal s......

Sociology / Bio Philosophy

CEO Name Uncommonness Linked with Firm’s Strategic Distinctiveness

 A person’s name is the core of their individuality and identity. It’s a way of recognizing people, a sign of courtesy, and one way of getting someone’s attention. Some recent r......