• Altruistic Behavior in Humans (Prosocial Behavior)
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    Altruistic Behavior in Humans (Prosocial Behavior)

    Alight it’s Wednesday that means another episode of why we do what we do we’re bringing back Dr. Abraham to talk about altruism because there’s a lot of ideas out there about why we do good things and we’re gonna break that down and tell you how you can dive in and learn a whole lot more welcome to the daily ba! Sound selfless or it has to have good intentions but generally the idea of being here that you do something for the good of someone else not because there’s some promise or guaranteed benefit to yourself what does this mean for psychology like why does your psychology care…

  • Why silence is powerful(art of war) – law 4
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    Why silence is powerful(art of war) – law 4

    LAW 4  Always Say Less Than Necessary.when you are trying to impress people with words, the more you say, the more common you appear, and the less in control. Even if you are saying something banal, it will seem original if you make it vague, open-ended, and sphinxlike. Powerful people impress and intimidate by saying less. The more you say, the more likely you are to say something foolish. 1.Once The Words Are Out, You Cannot Take Them Back Be particularly careful with sarcasm and fighting against people who have more power than you: The momentary satisfaction you gain with your biting words will be outweighed by the price you pay…

  • Introduction to trainee reimbursement
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    Introduction to trainee reimbursement

    >>SHARON BERRY: Hi. I’m Sharon Berry. I am the director of training of a clinical internship at a pediatric hospital. I want to talk today about issues facing internships. One of the primary threats for internship survival has been funding. And we have found that this has interfered with programs losing slots or losing their entire program. The importance of an internship is that every doctoral student is required to have an internship in order to meet the requirements for their degree. So we need to close the gap between number of students and number of internships available that are of high quality. We have been working for years laying…

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    The secret method to win the lottery jackpot tonight! 8 hours law of attraction and self hypnosis

    This video is going program your mind to attract abundance. It will magnetize your mind to attract massive amount of wealth How would you use the money to improve the lives of the people around you? Write down your wish in the comment section, and watch them come true. The more you comment, like and share this video, the faster your wishes will come true. Also remember to share your success stories in the comment section That way you can inspire others to get rich Take a moment, to wish good luck to all those commented and offer your sincere well wishes to everybody who are watching this video. The…

  • Advocate for social justice, freedom of movement and children’s rights #351 Ilona
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    Advocate for social justice, freedom of movement and children’s rights #351 Ilona

    I worked for a comms agency that’s worked with the European Delegation as Slovenia was preparing to join the EU. We had a referendum of our own and it was the vast majority of people, I think about 89%, voted to join the EU. And so I really grew to believe in the dream of why Europe had been set up, or the European Union had come about as a way of integrating countries. I came to London originally to study, I did Social Psychology, and I was interested in a career in a social justice organisation, particularly working with children and young people. We’re doing a lot at the…

  • Indigo in Careers: Movie Theater Manager – Scott Kalish
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    Indigo in Careers: Movie Theater Manager – Scott Kalish

    My name is Scott Kalish and I’m Associate Manager at Cinebarre. Oh there is no typical day, but I do a lot of walking. Walk the grounds, basically check everything. You know, I’m always ‘on,’ is the best way I can describe it. You know, I’m on the phone, whether it’s with an employee or another manager or someone coming to fix you know HVAC. I count the money. Basically have to be available for servers if they need an override. A lot of customer interactions, basically. We’ve all heard: ‘can I speak to the manager?’ And that’s me. I was laid off from my last job and basically walked…

  • How to create a cult – law 27
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    How to create a cult – law 27

    Law 27: Play on People’s Need to Believe to Create a Cult like Following People have an overwhelming desire to believe in something. Become the focal point of such desire by offering them a cause, a new faith to follow. Keep your words vague but full of promise; emphasize enthusiasm over ra­tionality and clear thinking. Give your new disciples rit­uals to perform, ask them to make sacrifices on your behalf. In the absence of organized religion and grand causes, your new belief system will bring you untold power. In searching, as you must, for the methods that will gain you the most power for the least effort, you will find…

  • Enter action with boldness – law 28
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    Enter action with boldness – law 28

    Law 28: Enter Action with Boldness If you are unsure of a course of action, do not attempt it. Your doubts and hesitations will infect your execution. Timidity is dangerous: Better to enter with boldness. Any mistakes you commit through audacity are easily corrected with more audacity. Everyone admires the bold; no one honors the timid. Vice Admiral Lord Nelson  had been through it all. . But none of his achievements prepared him for the problems he faced from his own colleagues in the British navy, as they prepared to go to war against Denmark in February 1801. Nelson, England’s most glorious war hero, was the obvious choice to lead…

  • Institutional barriers to trainee reimbursement
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    Institutional barriers to trainee reimbursement

    >>SHARON BERRY: We want to talk now about institutional barriers. Looking at your own organization, your own agency, to see what interferes with allowing trainees to bill. The bigger picture is: Are you allowed within your state. But let’s say you are. Many states are able to bill Medicaid for trainee services under the supervision of a licensed and credentialed provider. Look at your agency and start conversations. Key people will include your billing department, whatever it is called; revenue management, billing. They may think that it is absolutely not possible, and you will want to start to give them evidence not only for how it is possible in the…

  • The Empathy Simulator: Curtin develops hi-tech simulations for healthcare trainees
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    The Empathy Simulator: Curtin develops hi-tech simulations for healthcare trainees

    Dr Janet Beilby: How do you prepare health students to work in demanding, complex and often emotional situations? The best way is to place them in real-life clinical situations, or at least simulate these as closely as possible. Voice Over: Unfortunately, clinical placements are limited and very costly. Alternatively, such as using trained actors to role-play are also expensive and limited to training small numbers of students. Student: “Hello Jim, what brings you here today?” Jim: “My memory isn’t what it used to be.” Student: “Okay well we can help with some…” Voice Over: The solution is the Empathy Simulator; a world-first avatar-based patient simulator designed to train students in…