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  • debut
  • London based singer/song writer and visual artist with absolute say in every part of her music and image making her debut album distinctive and totally original. (tradebit.com)
  • found
  • A recent study conducted by scientists from the University of Zurich (UZH) and the University of Amsterdam (UvA) found that an individual's ability to trust can significantly be suppressed because of incidental emotions. (eqwnews.com)
  • The researchers found out that getting shocked and triggered by unwanted events make people trust less although it had nothing to do with their decision to trust. (eqwnews.com)
  • angry
  • I learned the hard way that I don't know anymore that they don't know it's there and so I'm very trusting, and I want to believe the best about people and so an angry customer that would be yelling at me in the store I would do the very best I could to make sure that they got what they needed. (tbilaw.com)
  • empathy
  • I need to commend the rest of the hospital and medical aid journey where the staff looked after my son and me, made jokes and showed a lot of empathy (the medical aid representative even brought him a teddy bear which he still treasures). (customerthink.com)
  • affect
  • Although we can all learn to manage and cope with negative emotions, it will affect us some other way. (eqwnews.com)
  • Studies like this show that any kind of emotion can affect a person's brain and how they interact with other people. (eqwnews.com)
  • stress
  • Current models of computer-generated forces are limited by their inability to model many of the moderators that influence the performance of real troops in the field such as the effects of stress, emotion, and individual differences. (usc.edu)
  • brains
  • While we are always subconsciously aware of these emotions, in the excited state that our brains are in, it's not always the case that we consciously recognize them, and pay attention to them. (solutiontipster.com)
  • power
  • Color is a core element of our visual language and photographers who understand and exploit color will harness its power and create lasting images. (informit.com)
  • We feel before we think, and this is why emotions hold such power over our lives. (solutiontipster.com)
  • Sometimes
  • Sometimes, people tend to ignore or avoid these emotions because it feels like it will do us no good. (eqwnews.com)
  • Therefore, our emotions are a reflection of and sometimes (because of our sin) a distortion of God's emotions. (epm.org)
  • Will our emotions be more intense sometimes than others? (epm.org)
  • The measurements of each variable (e.g., heart rate) varied so greatly within an emotion from experiment to experiment-sometimes increasing with the emotion, sometimes decreasing-that it did not make statistical sense to average them. (how-emotions-are-made.com)
  • It's well known to anyone who has been betting or trading for any length of time, that our emotions can sometimes get the best of our better judgement. (solutiontipster.com)
  • people
  • I am sure the hospital has their reasons for making people pay to come to hospital, but I wonder if they ever thought of the impact such a small thing like parking has on their customers? (customerthink.com)
  • Without trust, people are more likely to shy away from communicating and creating relationships. (eqwnews.com)
  • Engelmann also added that the results of their study showed how people approach social interactions can significantly be affected by negative emotions. (eqwnews.com)
  • When an entire team of people is feeling curious, excited or confident, they are more likely to spend too much time admiring the view in their matching rose colored glasses, or happily make a decision to drive right off a cliff. (firstrepublic.com)
  • Why do people quarrel, Why do people fight, Why can't they ever understand, That two wrongs don't make a right. (blogspot.com)
  • Why do people despise others, And make their own selves sad, When it's so easy to be good, Why do they want to be bad? (blogspot.com)
  • reality
  • Yet while trafficking in this seemingly easy, universal nostalgia for small town Americana, the show's writers did not conjure some Fox News Garden of Eden, instead creating characters worthy of fulfilling both myth and reality. (dailypress.com)
  • We should anticipate pure and accurately informed emotions guided by reality. (epm.org)
  • last line is very touching "love makes peace "is the reality in the present world world of caos. (blogspot.com)
  • role
  • Playing a kid with two absent parents who ends up in the starting role after a tragic play fells up-and-coming superstar Jason Street, Gilford's shy mumble and tenacious attitude on the field make him possibly the most rootable-for television character ever. (dailypress.com)
  • means
  • At Intuit, we believe doing it well means thinking of emotion as something core, not separate from, the functional benefits of our products. (uxmag.com)
  • content
  • Basically, we stopped creating original interactive content and started pouring the paper's content into the site in an almost automated fashion. (typepad.com)
  • studies
  • Where emotions and the autonomic nervous system are concerned, four significant meta-analyses have been conducted in the last two decades, the largest of which covered more than 220 physiology studies and nearly 22,000 test subjects. (how-emotions-are-made.com)
  • Group
  • The correspondence detailed how 12 members of this group would each have an assigned month to create a mix CD to send to the others. (houstonpress.com)
  • This is especially true when emotions are running high, or when everyone in the group is feeling the same way. (firstrepublic.com)
  • fact
  • In fact, a recent study which was published in the journal, Science Advances, revealed that negative emotions caused by even just an incidental frustration can damage a person's trust. (eqwnews.com)
  • present
  • Our present emotions are skewed by sin, but they'll be delivered from it. (epm.org)
  • Our present emotions are bent by sin, but they will forever be straightened again when God removes the Curse. (epm.org)
  • results
  • In an interview, authors Jan Engelmann and Christian Ruff said, 'These results show that negative emotions can significantly impact our social interactions, and specifically how much we trust others. (eqwnews.com)
  • customer
  • In any customer relations job she would be dealing with adverse emotions from customers. (tbilaw.com)
  • Our journey toward a deeper understanding of emotion in design began by measuring customer delight. (uxmag.com)
  • plays
  • From the initial rush of excitement as the value opportunity is identified, to elation or despair depending on how the bet plays out, and emotions may well continue long after closing out, whether it was with a profit or a loss, as second-guessing yourself is an integral component of trading. (solutiontipster.com)