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  • perceive
  • During his years of studying her, Adolphs also noticed that the very outgoing SM is almost too friendly, to the point of "violating" what others might perceive as their own personal space. (caltech.edu)
  • failures
  • Hall argued that differing cultural frameworks for defining and organizing space, which are internalized, can lead to serious failures of communication and understanding in cross-cultural settings. (coursehero.com)
  • Indeed, adults with learning disabilities find, too, that their successes or failures in their personal lives or jobs are often more affected by their social skills than by their academic learning. (ldonline.org)
  • people
  • We've found that people who are higher in claustrophobic fear have an exaggerated sense of the near space surrounding them," said psychologist Dr. Stella Lourenco, who led the research. (livescience.com)
  • Claustrophobia is not easy to define as some people who experience traumatic events in restricted spaces don't develop full-blown claustrophobia, said Lourenco. (livescience.com)
  • Personal space is important and everyone's comfort level is different, there are some people that get so close to you that you can actually feel their breath on your face when they talk to you. (mylot.com)
  • Some people want to stand 3 feet away from you when they talk, what is your personal space and why? (mylot.com)
  • I like to have alot of personal space when I am confronted with people. (mylot.com)
  • The Know Your Rights resources have been produced by the Health and Disability Commissioner and Enabling Good Lives Christchurch for people who manage their own disability support funding and who receive support from personal assistants or support workers in their own home. (hiirc.org.nz)
  • Learn to run safely with a progressive programme and coaching from a qualified personal trainer, in a group of 6 to 10 people. (personalspacetraining.co.uk)
  • Hundreds of people had their names flown in space , more than a dozen radio amateurs were able to receive signals from KickSat's beacon radio , and volunteers collected and processed telemetry data and predicted KickSat's orbit and reentry . (kickstarter.com)
  • Today at the Round Table on Do Not Track people were asking me what all the startups in the space are. (identitywoman.net)
  • Greplin Does Personal Cloud SearchWhen people set up their accounts they give the service access to a range of accounts - LinkedIn, Gmail, Basecamp, Flickr, etc. (identitywoman.net)
  • sense of personal space
  • Pasadena, Calif.-In a finding that sheds new light on the neural mechanisms involved in social behavior, neuroscientists at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have pinpointed the brain structure responsible for our sense of personal space. (caltech.edu)
  • Intrigued by SM's unusual social behavior, Adolphs, Kennedy, and their colleagues devised a simple experiment to quantify and compare her sense of personal space with that of healthy volunteers. (caltech.edu)
  • personality
  • Personality Differences Contact = extroverts, impulsive, self-disclosing, sociable, assertive, expressive Self-esteem is positively related to the use of immediacy behaviors Use of immediacy behavior leads to favorable first impressions Firm handshake is related to a positive personality trait Space. (coursehero.com)
  • Public
  • Men may be particularly protective of their personal space when their future reproductive success is more directly at risk: exposed genitals while using urinals in a public restroom. (collegehumor.com)
  • Categories of Territory Primary - used by owner every day Secondary - meeting place Public - beach, parking spaces, theater seats Interactional - conversation in hallway Body - personal space How do we defend our territory? (coursehero.com)
  • Dossier 27: Why bring Islamic personal laws into the public space? (wluml.org)
  • The preoccupation with an 'Islamic identity' amplifies the contest between the public and private space. (wluml.org)
  • It is a claim not only for individuality but also for space to express the same, free from state interference or public control. (wluml.org)
  • Indeed, at different historic moments the Islamic community has made sundry claims to the public and private space. (wluml.org)
  • individual
  • Some of the benefits of widely spacing your family are obvious: you get to know each child as an individual and give them your undivided attention, there's only one dirty diaper to change at a time, and you can spread out the associated costs a bit more (especially day care, which will really give your wallet a wallop). (mbeans.com)
  • safety zone Personal zone accompanies the individual. (coursehero.com)
  • Qiy (Netherlands) Qiy is an independent and secure 'utility', which enables an individual to create an intelligent personal domain online, thereby giving individuals control, overview and insight in their data. (identitywoman.net)
  • often
  • How your dog evaluates your ability to control your resources and space can often times, especially in leader type dog personalities, determine whether or not he will listen to you at critical times- or not - when you need control of your dog. (houstonpettalk.com)
  • family
  • To maintain a sense of self, a separate identity, colonized Islamic communities claimed sanctity over the private space, mainly the area of family relations. (wluml.org)
  • conversation
  • Walter, remember that conversation we had about personal space? (tvfanatic.com)
  • Peter: Walter, remember that conversation we had about personal space? (tvfanatic.com)
  • Defining your Space by Keeping your Distance 2 parallel lines Find a partner across the way One side starts walking towards other side until comfortable talking distance STOP when uncomfortable Keeping your Distance What factors influence comfortable conversation distance? (coursehero.com)
  • things
  • I'm worried about losing my ability to do the things for myself, things so personal, that we never consider that ANYONE would be involved in them except ourselves. (modeknit.com)
  • They know how much space they like, and if things get too tight, some cells are forced to leave. (healthcanal.com)
  • I made a list of all the things that I did for them and I created what I called "gifts of personal intent. (personalspacecoach.com)
  • include
  • His books include The Spaces Between Us: A Story of Neuroscience, Evolution, and Human Nature (2018) and Consciousness and the Social Brain (2013). (radiomd.com)
  • I still include a personal intent item with my holiday gifts, sometimes with my adult children and other times with friends or strangers and I always will if for no other reason than to remind myself of what it is that I really want to receive and to give during the holiday season… love . (personalspacecoach.com)
  • take
  • If your dog can infringe into your personal space and take something of value like a dog toy you are holding, get on your lap or put his face in your pizza on the coffee table, then your dog's interpretation is that you cannot control your resources (dog toy, your pizza, your lap space and your love and affection. (houstonpettalk.com)
  • makes
  • It invades my space and makes me nervous. (mylot.com)
  • We found that overcrowding-too many cells occupying a limited space- makes some cells leave the tissue to give the remaining cells enough room," said Rosenblatt. (healthcanal.com)
  • clearly
  • Personal.com has raised 7 million in venture funding and although it does not yet have any services their website articulates clearly how personal data under the control of the user is valuable. (identitywoman.net)
  • social
  • Social skills deficits may be related to impulsivity, both verbal and motor, poor visual perception of facial and body language cues, poor auditory perception of vocal cues, invasion of the personal space of others, inappropriate touching, untidiness, disorganization, and a number of other such problems. (ldonline.org)
  • safety
  • This space is intended to provide safety, as it is in other species, and is expressed differently in many situations. (collegehumor.com)
  • share
  • In Vera v McHugh , an administrative coordinator for the US Army in Puerto Rico was required to share a small office space with her supervisor. (lexology.com)
  • felt
  • I'd love to hear your thoughts on this idea of "Gifts of Personal Intent" and if you too have felt the push to spend more than you really wanted during the Winter Holiday Season. (personalspacecoach.com)
  • present
  • It begins by putting into perspective the discussion on reforms of personal laws on mainland Tanzania and goes on to present three case studies that underscore the contradictions arising from the application of dual legal systems as well as standards of realizing justice. (wluml.org)
  • year
  • Apparently, despite having first crack at the Ghostbusters video game, PS3 owners in Europe were left waiting - for nearly a year - on the Ghostbusters firehall as a Playstation Home personal space. (protoncharging.com)