Some More Examples of Body Language

Some More Examples of Body Language
Some Examples of Body Language  Arms crossed over the chest. This example of body language can indicate that a person is being defensive in some cases. It can also demonstrate that the individual with crossed arms disagrees with the opinions or actions the other individuals with whom they are communicating with. Nail biting. Nail biting ...

Signs of Body Language and what they mean

Signs of Body Language and what they mean
  Signs Of Body Language and what they mean You already pick up on more body language cues than you’re consciously aware of. Our research has shown that only 7 percent of communication is based on the actual words we say. As for the rest, 38 percent comes from tone of voice and the remaining ...

Psychology is the science of the mind and behaviour

Psychology is the science of the mind and behaviour
  Psychology is the science of the mind and behaviour .The word “psychology” comes from the Greek word psyche meaning “breath, spirit, soul”, and the Greek word logia meaning the study of something. According to Medilexicon’s medical dictionary, psychology is “The profession (clinical psychology), scholarly discipline (academic psychology), and science (research psychology) concerned with the ...

Why do people get shyness

Why do people get shyness
  Some people welcome new experiences and new people. They look forward to any opportunity to socialize. They’re often the first to introduce themselves and they jump into a conversation easily. some people are just like this , being friendly and outgoing is natural, energizing, and fun. It doesn’t take much effort at all for ...

Real World of the Basic Science of Facial Expressions and Emotion

Real World of the Basic Science of Facial Expressions and  Emotion
Findings concerning the universality of facial expressions of emotion and the existence of microexpressions can help people in a range of professions requiring face-to-face interactions improve their skills in reading the emotions of others. Reading facial expressions of emotion, and especially microexpressions, can aid the development of rapport, trust, and collegiality; they can be useful ...

Reasons Buying Stuff Won’t Make You Happy

Reasons Buying Stuff Won’t Make You Happy
  All the stuff we buy begins to fade. All possessions are temporary by nature. They look shiny and new in the store. But immediately, as soon as the package is opened, they begin to perish or fade. There is always something new right around the corner. New models, new styles, new improvements, and new ...

Bliss – The Strongest Emotional State a Person Can Be In

Bliss - The Strongest Emotional State a Person Can Be In
  Bliss is one of the strongest emotional states that a person can be in, its physical characteristics are: closed eyes relaxed forehead, free of frown lines lips reflecting a faint smile Bliss is sometimes described as a state of extreme happiness, bliss is more accurately an emotional state that combines comfort, contentment and tranquillity  This ...

Puppy Faces

Puppy Faces
  Making a puppy face can be a very efficient means of body language communication. The head is slightly tilted downward, the lower lip protrudes and the eyes look straight up at the other person. The purpose is to make one look slightly vulnerable and childlike with the intent of getting out of having to do ...

Three ways to master the power of body language

Three ways to master the power of body language
  We often spend a great deal of time preparing for meetings, events, the future. But one thing we sometimes forget to prepare for is one of the most critical elements in ensuring our success – our body language. The way we sit or stand, even the expressions we wear on our faces can all ...

Speech Disorder and the effects it has on people

Speech Disorder and the effects it has on people
  About one percent of the world’s population stutters, a speech disorder that affects four times as many men as women. Nicholas Gill facial expression Researcher has published two studies: one that identifies brain structures linked to stuttering and another that examines a new way to treat the condition. According to Nicholas a professor at ...