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  • 'People skills' are now recognised as being THE single most important factor for success in business. Managing Yourself is a practical, easily absorbed and implemented guide to the assessment and then continuous personal improvement of your emotional intelligence. It provides the reader with easily understood and workable models of how they think, feel, relate to others and perform in the workplace. Often your emotions hold you back or deflect you off course. This book shows you how to master your emotions and get the results you deserve.

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  • In recent years, there has been growing interest in emotion regulation processes within different areas of psychology. This interest has been sparked both by the development of new theoretical models of emotion regulation processes and by the growing realization that poor or inappropriate regula- tion of emotions often constitutes a core component of common individual and interpersonal problems.

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  • Despite important problems and deficits concerning the current content of the Directive and namely of its implementation in practice (which are detailed below), the institutes and requirements established by the Directive can be considered as some of the most efficient horizontal measures of environmental protection in existence in Europe. The EIA procedure is in keeping with the polluter pays principle and aims to reduce pressure on the environment. This leads ultimately to social and economic costs for society being reduced....

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  • Authority’s Executive Director and 83 of  its employees, causing a significant emotional  toll on  the psyche of the organization.  The events of September 11 became a patriotic rallying point to  demonstrate  to  the world  that New  York,  the  nation’s  largest  city  and  heart  of  its  financial  sector,  could  respond  and  rebuild  in  the  face  of  this  adversity,  in  defiance  of  the  intended  intimidation and threat by the terrorist culprits.

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  • Witasek's aesthetics may therefore be seen also as a contribution to the Gestaltist tradition of aesthetic value-theory, from Ehrenfels and Rausch to Robert Nozick. 6 Here, however, I shall be interested not in this value-theoretical aspect of Witasek's work but rather in the implications of his ideas for the understanding of the structures of aesthetic experience.

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  • About four out of five people in low- and middle-income countries who need services for mental, neurological and substance use conditions do not receive them. Even when available, the interventions often are neither evidence-based nor of high quality. WHO recently launched the mental health Gap Action Programme (mhGAP) for low- and middle-income countries with the objective of scaling up care for mental, neurological and substance use disorders.

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  • Over the last decade or two, however, there has been increasing awareness on the impact of emotional distress during pregnancy—growing recognition that the incidence of depression during pregnancy is at least as high as it is postnatally (Faisal-Cury & Menezes, 2007; Marcus, 2009), that the majority of cases of postnatal depression begin during pregnancy (Heron et al.

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  • THE NARRATIVE of personal experience allows you to communicate to your reader the people, places, and events in your life that have been of significant influence. What you choose to write about and how you present the information and emotions indicate a great deal about your values and attitudes.

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  • The Modern-Day Physician No greater opportunity, responsibility, or obligation can fall to the lot of a human being than to become a physician. In the care of the suffering, [the physician] needs technical skill, scientific knowledge, and human understanding. . . . Tact, sympathy, and understanding are expected of the physician, for the patient is no mere collection of symptoms, signs, disordered functions, damaged organs, and disturbed emotions. [The patient] is human, fearful, and hopeful, seeking relief, help, and reassurance.

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  • These demographic changes are taking place in developing countries alongside increasing mobility and changing family structures. Industrialization is eroding long-standing patterns of interdependence between the generations of a family, often resulting in material and emotional hardship for the elderly. The family and community networks in many developing countries that had formerly provided support to the older generation have been weakened, and often destroyed, by rapid social and economic change. The AIDS pandemic is also significantly affecting the lives of older people.

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  • Mulford et al conclude that attractive people ‘have more opportunities for social exchange, but those opportunities are with others who are relatively inclined to cooperate.’ (1998, 1585). Significantly, the same researchers also identify subjects’ perceptions of their own attractiveness as important determinants of behaviour. It is important to recognise the emotional aspect of beauty.

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  • To fully capture the salient qualities of deeply engaging experiences, a broader palette of emotions is necessary. One kind of emotion is the feel- ing of understanding in an experience of learning. The term “feeling of understanding” highlights the vital quality of learning that is implicit, non-logical, and non-verbal. Examples include the feeling that an indi- vidual may have for the meaning of a difficult text passage, the symbolic significance of something in a work of art, the connection between an abstract idea and a concrete part of one’s world,...

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  • Children with disabilities are at risk for experiencing problems in many aspects of their lives, including becoming independent in daily living skills, meeting academic expectations, learning to communicate, maintaining emotional and behavioral regulation, adapting to the social demands of society, and developing motor proficiency.

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  • Literature is at once the most intimate and the most articulate of the arts. It cannot impart its effect through the senses or the nerves as the other arts can; it is beautiful only through the intelligence; it is the mind speaking to the mind; until it has been put into absolute terms, of an invariable significance, it does not exist at all. It cannot awaken this emotion in one, and that in another; if it fails to express precisely the meaning of the author, if it does not say HIM, it says nothing, and is nothing. So that when a poet has put...

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  • In the general field of Environmental Psychology an increasing number of studies propose that subjects’ general well-being can be significantly increased as a result of contact with environments considered to have high aesthetic value. The present study has attempted to study the possible effects of the contemplation of everyday landscapes on citizens’ emotional well- being, identifying some of the main affective responses associated with aesthetic judgements of urban landscapes.

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  • The International Association of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines (IACAPAP) aims to promote the study, treatment, care and prevention of mental and emotional disorders and problems of children, adolescents and their families. The emphasis is on practice and research through effective collaboration among professionals from child psychiatry, psychology, social work, paediatrics, public health, nursing, education, social sciences and other relevant professions.

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  • In addition to these reactions, research based on interviews with individuals experiencing grief indicates that such individuals may go through the following processes: trauma, shock, denial (by ignoring warnings or ignoring messages to take protective actions), anger (for example, in the form of emotional outbursts or assigning blame to others), bargaining (trying to find something to mitigate or solve the problem), depression, acceptance of loss and forgiveness.

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  • Stroke is the commonest neurological disease in adults. It frequently results in serious morbidity and high mortality. It also has a significant impact on those who survive it and on their families, especially on their emotional wellbeing, personal social relationships and their ability to engage in gainful employment and to pursue leisure activities

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  • A greater understanding of inequalities is also crucial to recognizing the limits of what promoting positive mental health can achieve. Positive mental health does confer considerable protection and advantage, but it does so predominantly among those with equal levels of resources. In other words, among poor children, those with higher levels of emotional wellbeing have better educational outcomes than their equally poor peers. However, richer children generally do better still, regardless of emotional or cognitive capability.

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  • An extensive body of research suggests that psychological assets do confer resilience and protection and do so at both an individual and an ecological level (Bartley 2006; Fagg et al 2006; Sacker and Schoon 2007). The optimism, self esteem, self efficacy and interest in others that contribute to a child’s success at school are also characteristics of resilient neighbourhoods and communities, where norms of trust, tolerance, support, participation and reciprocity may provide some protection from the effects of deprivation.

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