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Emotional Intelligence

In this essay I plan to discover and explain was emotional intelligence (EI) is and investigate its different roles within a group I have once been in. I will look into the group dynamics, investigate if there have been any discrimination within the group and suggest possible solutions we could have taken up at the […]

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Theory of emotion

In recent years there has been emphasis on the development in social cognition of the theory of motivated choice, which underpins the theory of emotions in decision processes (Forgas, 1992; Kunda, 1990) This constitutes the theory that motivated choice is where judgement is driven by an emotional desire to arrive at a particular conclusion, where […]

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Emotional Distress

Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress: North Carolina defines the tort of Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress as having these essential elements: “(1) extreme and outrageous conduct by the defendant (2) which is intended to and does in fact cause (3) severe emotional distress. ” Waddle v. Sparks, 331 N. C. at 82, 414 S. E. […]

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Emotional roller

Once HR has established which individuals will remain with the organisation, it may be desirable to persuade some employees to relocate to another region or even another country. Those affected need support and specific information regarding local facilities, accommodation and employment opportunities for partners. HR must also consider the implications of the move on the […]

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Emotional Intelligence: A Closer Look

Emotional Intelligence is a concept commonly underestimated. Taking the proper amount of time out to get to know oneself is a valuable skill not too many are aware exist. I intend to put the concept of emotional intelligence under the microscope. What IS emotional intelligence (EIQ)? Does it have a place in psychological and/or scientific […]

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Knowledge will never be fully recognized

Everyday, since humans were born, we have sought knowledge. As babies, we are introduced to a huge spectrum of new things, in which we all have to learn what they are and what they do. As adults, we are still introduced to new things, but these things may be more complicated. Throughout our lives, we […]

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Some experts

Some experts (athletes, dancers, musicians, visual artists, cabinet makers, lab technicians, mechanics, surgeon, etc. ) may have acquired knowledge that is difficult to describe in words. Does this mean that other Ways of Knowing play a more important role than language in knowing how to do something? Language is defined as “a systematic means of […]

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Gain knowledge through reasoning

Reason and emotion are not always associated together; however the two are deeply intertwined at their bases. Emotion, defined as an inherent response to different situations which results in several variations of internal and external behaviors, is in fact always influencing our reasoning, which is defined as the application of logic in decisions and actions […]

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The Cherry Orchard

Emotion-memory is one of these techniques that must be included in the system and is particularly valid when acting in ‘The Cherry Orchard’. Personal loss is one of the main themes of this play and so an actor who has experienced loss in their past will be able to draw on the feelings that they […]

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Organisational Behaviour Modification

This essay begins with the definition of Organisational Behaviour Modification including details on the technique theories. These ideas, the four ways, are then taken further and applied for dealing with students behavioural problems in the school. Definitions Organisational Behaviour Modification (OB Mod) is “making specific behaviour occur more or less often by managing its cues […]

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