Category Archives: Social Psychology

Articles on the study of individuals in the social context.

The Psychology Of Project Management

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There is a great deal of difference between being a good and bad project manager, although it may initially appear to only be a fine line separating the two. Often, behavioural skills play a major role in the way that a team works together and there are many conflicting studies on project management that can make understanding your role more complicated. No two teams are the same and what is able to motivate one individual might not motivate another. However, from a psychological standpoint, there are a few key principles that should be applicable to any team, in any industry, to improve performance. Continue reading

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How Selecting the Right Printing Options may Impact Human Psychology

psychology of colorToday, buying a new printer and a stack of printing paper is pretty straightforward. Likely, the only concerns a potential customer may have are related to product quality and whether or not purchasing said products is likely to result in cheap printing costs. However, the quality of your printer and your printing paper may actually have a profound effect on a person’s psychology. How is that possible? Consider these 4 ways mentioned below:

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A Man’s Quest to Decipher what Women want in Intimate Relationships

how to make a woman happyI recently watched a film with a very significant, romantic scene. During the scene, the male protagonist seductively asked his female partner about her desires. It was her secret, but she slowly bent to his will and confessed in a barely audible voice: “We actually don’t have a clue what we really want.” My years of experience on the subject of “what women want” moved me to agree. Be they Persian princesses, pretty Russian brides, or 21st century soccer moms, It is my firm opinion that women have absolutely no clue what they want in intimate relationships. Continue reading

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VIDEO – The Psychology behind who says “I Love You” first

In heterosexual relationships, are women or men more likely to say “I love you” first? Are there any specifics reasons or risks that are involved in making such a declaration? Find out as Graham Flanagan from Business Insider presents the latest psychology research on the topic.

 

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