It hashappenedto me sometimes to find more useful theability todecodenonverbal communication while talking with persons that where using another language.
I’m not trying torebulid the nonverbal alphabet butto groupnonverbal communication and highlightonly thosegestures thatare common. Those elementsof communication thatpeople usemostlyand whoseunderstandingis essential. Continue reading →
In an experiment, a scientist placed a number of fleas in a glass jar. They quickly jumped out. He then put the fleas back into the jar and placed a glass lid over the top. The fleas began jumping and hitting the glass lid, falling back down into the jar. After a while, the fleas, conditioned to the presence of the glass lid, began jumping slightly below the glass lid so as not to hit it. The scientist then removed the glass lid as it was no longer needed to keep the fleas in the jar. The fleas have learned to limit themselves from jumping beyond the height of the lid even if the lid was removed as they have been conditioned to the fact that they cannot escape from the jar.
A group ofscientists hadputfivemonkeysin a cage andin the middle of the cagea ladder, abovethe laderabunch ofbananas.Whena monkeyclimbedthe laddertotake thebananas, the scientists threwa bucket ofcold wateronthe other monkeyswhich remainedbelow.Aftersome time,whenanother monkeytried to climbthe stairs, the other monkeys did notallow her.After a period of time nomonkeywouldgo upthe ladderdespitethe banans temptation.Whenscientistsreplaced onemonkey, the first thingthis monkeydid was climbingthe Continue reading →
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