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Do non-verbal cues say anything useful about people when the stakes are high?
science

Do non-verbal cues say anything useful about people when the stakes are high?

Some behavioural analysts argue that non-verbal cues betray important truths about people under pressure.

Coronavirus Outbreak: As we make the radical behavioural changes required in face of pandemic, let's not give up on empathy
Life

Coronavirus Outbreak: As we make the radical behavioural changes required in face of pandemic, let's not give up on empathy

In over just a few weeks, a microbial entity has come not only to reign over our bodies and minds, but also to smash down our carefully constructed edifices of civility, good manners and all else that constitutes acceptable social behaviour.

Social media can influence suicidal behaviour, both negatively and positively: Study
News & Analysis

Social media can influence suicidal behaviour, both negatively and positively: Study

In a study titled 'Social media and suicide: A public health perspective' the organisation mentions that social media has the power to influence individuals in both a positive and a negative way.

Ditch your smartphone to curb spending online, says study
Business

Ditch your smartphone to curb spending online, says study

With more than two billion smartphone users, the use of tactile technologies for online shopping alone is set to represent nearly half of all e-commerce by next year.

Old mobile phones bought and sold mostly by millennials, finds OLX study
Business

Old mobile phones bought and sold mostly by millennials, finds OLX study

With high penetration and frequent updates, consumers often upgrade to new models within months.

New study claims 'only children' are creative but more likely to be self-centred
Life

New study claims 'only children' are creative but more likely to be self-centred

Kids who grow up without siblings may be more creative, but are likely to be self-centred, say scientists who found significant differences in the brain structures of 'only children'.

India's no-fly list, a mean to deal with unruly passengers, not a tool of harassment: Civil aviation ministry
India

India's no-fly list, a mean to deal with unruly passengers, not a tool of harassment: Civil aviation ministry

The no-fly list will not become a tool of harassment for airlines, the government said today as it prepares to put in place a robust system to deal with unruly passengers in the wake of the assault incident involving a Shiv Sena MP.

MCD Election 2017: BJP win a Narendra Modi and Amit Shah masterstroke, likely to have long-term implications
Politics

MCD Election 2017: BJP win a Narendra Modi and Amit Shah masterstroke, likely to have long-term implications

The results, which gave BJP two-third majority in all the three corporations and pushed AAP to a distant second and Congress to a poor third, have proved that the BJP's strategy worked

According to a study it is not bad to befriend a grownup on social media
News & Analysis

According to a study it is not bad to befriend a grownup on social media

Adding adults, from teachers to parents, to a teenager's social media can fundamentally shift his or her online behaviour, a new study says.

According to a survey, Indian youth hooked to social media for information
News & Analysis

According to a survey, Indian youth hooked to social media for information

More and more students are shunning newspapers, books and magazines and consider social media as the best platform to find latest happenings, trends and new information, says a survey.

The psychology of bad decision making: How to stop choosing the wrong thing
Life

The psychology of bad decision making: How to stop choosing the wrong thing

What are the factors that influence our decision making? And why do we make the wrong choices so frequently?

How YouTube has become the newest site for social activism
Tech

How YouTube has become the newest site for social activism

Social media such as YouTube videos provide a popular and flexible venue for on-line social activism, a new study has found.

How YouTube has become the newest site for social activism
News & Analysis

How YouTube has become the newest site for social activism

Social media such as YouTube videos provide a popular and flexible venue for on-line social activism, a new study has found.

Monitoring Employee Behaviour In Digital Environments Rising: Gartner
Biztech

Monitoring Employee Behaviour In Digital Environments Rising: Gartner

60% of cos expected to implement formal programs for monitoring external social media for security breaches and incidents by 2015.