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Employee Motivation, Don Imus, and Team Building: Five Secrets of Motivated Teams

Learn the secrets to overcoming conflict and creating a dynamic team.

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A Suspicious Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Waste

The human mind is quite a challenging aspect of our makeup. If used right, a blessing.

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Sociology: I don’t like your attitude

People always fluctuate in their behavior from day to day and we all have had our times in which we acted rude to people, and had the pleasure of having the reverse happen as well. Kay Redfield Jamison an international guru of about mood disorders has had her share of mood swings during her times. For years she kept this extreme psychological disorder a secret in which she had moods that switched from being super excited known as mania, to times that she was lethargic and depressed. She actually wrote a book about these events and tells about it in more detail.

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Understanding Dog Behaviour for Effective Dog Training

Important understanding of dog behavior is needed for effective dog training.

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I don’t like your attitude

People always fluctuate in their behavior from day to day and we all have had our times in which we acted rude to people, and had the pleasure of having the reverse happen as well.

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Functional Assessment

The procedures described here can be helpful in understanding the sequence and relationship between the events which could help recognize the function of the problem behavior. When the function of the behavior is known, the instructor can focus on a suitable involvement.

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How to Deal With an Employee With an "Attitude"

It doesn't take long for a manager to bump into an employee with an "attitude." Evaluating an employee as having an "attitude" also depends on what bothers a manager, as the same behavior may be just fine with another manager.

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How to Train Your Dog: A Scientific Approach

Dog training today has evolved beyond the traditional methods. Trainers have managed to successfully research the behavioral sciences and adapt them into new methods and techniques in their dog training programs. Read this article to find how newer methods differ from the old-fashioned ones.

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The Signs of Addiction - 5 minute Addiction Evaluator

How to determine whether you have an addiction in less than 5 minutes

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Child Anger with an Angle: Is Your Child Using Anger to Control You?

Have your child’s angry outbursts worn you down so much that you’ve simply learned to give in? You should know that this is not a phase or a behavior that will “just go away on its own.” Read on to discover 5 things you can do to stop your child from using “Anger with an Angle” today.

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Oppositional Defiant Treatment

Oppositional Defiant Treatment is common today. It doesn't have to be as bad as visiting the dentist and it can change your child's life.

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Periodontal Bone Substitutes Application Techniques and Cost Evaluation

Copyright © 2016 Jamaluddin Syed, Najmus Sahar, Raffaella Aversa, Relly Victoria V. Petrescu, Davide Apicella, Erum Khan, Michele Simeone, Florian Ion T. Petrescu and Antonio Apicella. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.

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Cognitive Behavior Therapy - the fundamentals

Cognitive Behavior Therapy - the fundamentals.

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Adolescent aggression

I have always wondered why there is so much aggression in our world. This is really an issue of the day, because progressive increase of aggressive, violent actions has become evident for the last decade. Such socially dangerous manifestations as cruelty, vandalism, violence are closely connected with the notion of aggression

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