Sunday, September 25, 2022

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Study explains the role of eye contact in effective conversation

Making (and breaking) eye contact makes conversation more engaging.

Surroundings affect the rhythm of an individual’s walk

Stepping patterns become slower if a person is uncomfortable with their surroundings.

Dogs can relate human emotions to subsequent actions

My dog does understand me.

What gives coffee its distinctive ‘mouthfeel’?

The results could be used to tune processing and roasting conditions for specialty coffees.

Getting more sleep doesn’t necessarily bring positive outcomes

A sleep study’s eye-opening findings.

Closeness with fathers has a positive impact across kid’s adolescence

Father-child relations may play a special role in how kids weather adolescence.

Motivation depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue

The willingness to work is not static and depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue.

Rewarding can boost employees’ creativity, study

Enhancing employee creativity.

Leaders who encourage their employees to learn have more resilient teams

Uncovering the important role of leadership and employee voice in the resilience process.

Hubble gives view of a rather tricky galaxy to classify

A spiral in good company.

Increased internet-access spending improves academic outcomes

A study of 9,000 Texas public schools.

The study explains the so-called Doorway Effect

It is not as pronounced as previously thought.

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