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Personality has variously been defined by various scholars down the centuries. There may be some common components of personality in a particular society. Such traits of mass personality go to make the myths or common assumptions for beginning to understand personality. Individual personality can be best understood through heredity, environment, mu...
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Background Pain management requires a multidisciplinary approach and a collaborative relationship between patient-provider in which communication is crucial. This study examines the communication experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander patients and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Hospital Liaison Officers (ATSIHLOs), to improve u...
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In face-to-face interactions, people are constantly providing information through their body movements (Kendon in Body language communication: An international handbook on multimodality in human interaction, pp. 7–27, 2013). Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter Mouton.), in which gestures are included. These kinetic movements transmit two-thirds of what we co...
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According to V.S. Ramachandran (inaugural ‘Decade of the Brain’ lecture at Society for Neuroscience meeting), ‘mirror neurons are to neuroscience what DNA was to biology’. Their discovery (by Rizzolatti’s group) led to the understanding of how hominids rapidly evolved through imitation and cultural transmission in the last 100,000 years. In this ch...
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Abstract. This essay extends and critiques Esther Gordon Dotson’s analysis linking Michelangelo’s Sistine Ceiling to an Augustinian world view by focusing on the iconography and formal language of the three first compartments with Creation scenes. Aiming to keep the interpretation on a level as simple as possible, this analysis also strives to clar...
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The Expression of the Emotions in Man and Animals has received and continues to receive much attention from emotion researchers and behavioural scientists. However, the common misconception that Darwin advocated for the universality of emotional reactions has led to a host of unfounded and discredited claims promoted by “body language experts” on b...
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Vicky Cristina Barcelona" is a 2008 romantic comedy-drama that Woody Allen wrote and directed. Vicky and Cristina, two American ladies, are the main characters of the story. They spend the summer in Barcelona, Spain with Judy and Mark, a distant relative of Vicky's. Vicky, who is engaged to the dependable Doug, is sensible and traditional in her ap...
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The paper will examine power relations via body language, as an as pact of non-verbal communication. Studies of body language aries within such divergent (and often leo lated) disciplines as semiotics, pay. chology, and performance studies, while published works are further divided between the popular and the scientific. Popular works are often acc...
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Human beings, in their various environments, communicate their ideas, feelings, and life experiences through verbal or non-verbal means. The way people speak, move their bodies, gesticulate, and handle spatial relationships are important to all kinds of interpersonal communication. In most non-verbal communication situations, as experienced in the...
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Abstract Ever since life began on earth, communication has been an essential part of all living beings sustaining life. In order to survive, human beings foraged for food together and lived in groups for safety and security. Survival of species may be called synonym for communication; the better the communication, the better the survival rate. Lang...
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The claim –attributed to Leonardo da Vinci–that “painting is mute poetry and poetry is blind painting”, authoritatively sums up the topic of this paper. Unlike literary languages, figurative visual arts draw on body language as a medium comprising expressions, postures, gestures, and signs representing gestures. Based on a conceptualization of gest...
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A classical theoretical frame to interpret motor reactions to emotional stimuli is that such stimuli, particularly those threat-related, are processed preferentially, i.e., they are capable of capturing and grabbing attention automatically. Research has recently challenged this view, showing that the task relevance of emotional stimuli is crucial t...
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Non-verbal communication is the manner by which we express our sentiments, feelings, demeanors, conclusions and perspectives through our body developments. The famous axiom "Activities talk louder than words" holds a lot of importance with regards to understanding the embodiment of non-verbal communication. When we impart our considerations without...
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In war and conflict situations, both on the front and on the political plane, the parties resort to political discourses for persuasion and propaganda in order to justify and legitimize their actions, to manage the flow of information by spreading their point of view. In this context, the study aims to reveal how the persuasive rhetorical tools in...
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Rationale In comparison to players little is known about how sports officials integrate perception and cognition to manage in-game decisions. Design Using a naturalistic approach this paper uses first-person eye-tracked video footage to document the attentional demands and situation awareness (SA) of expert touch (rugby/football) referees in their...
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Sentience is the ability that an individual has to feel positive and negative emotions and consciously have feelings. The scientific literature confirms that, in addition to humans, vertebrate animals and some invertebrates have neuronal substrates of consciousness. Dogs and cats have indicative behavioral and mental characteristics that lead them...
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Gender bias has been found to influence both the patient and the physician populations. To date, studies in the field of gender bias which focused on patients have primarily investigated the quality of treatment and the nature of patient-physician interactions in relation to the doctor’s gender. The current study intends to broaden the perspective...
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Emotion recognition is one of the most important issues in human–computer interaction (HCI), neuroscience, and psychology fields. It is generally accepted that emotion recognition with neural data such as electroencephalography (EEG) signals, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), and near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) is better than other em...
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Robots with multimodal social cues can be widely applied for natural human-robot interaction. The physical presence of those robots can be used to explore whether or how the robot can relieve the loneliness and social isolation of older adults. Natural and trustworthy interpersonal communication involves multimodal social cues with verbal and nonve...
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Evidence shows that verbal communication is just one of the ways patients indicate their wishes. For a sufficiently careful communication, we should also grasp other five unusual though evident languages: (a) body language, (b) the way patients manage their environment, (c) unconscious language, (d) lab-evidenced language, and (e) the way they mast...
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Skills are one of the most essential needs in carrying out work, including law enforcement officers who often interact with many people, especially when handling various legal cases. Law enforcement officials need skills in gathering information to obtain accurate data from witnesses and victims as a first step in handling the cases at hand. Howeve...
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The information on this slide is relevant to micro aggression in data-driven lives, IoT and organised crime, which includes gaming of individual's lives and livelihoods for profit, carried out and by using technology used within "surveillance capitalism". This include the use of psyops, to try and influence people's actions and behaviours e.g. to p...
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Emotion can be defined as a voluntary or involuntary reaction to external factors. People express their emotions through actions, such as words, sounds, facial expressions, and body language. However, emotions expressed in such actions are sometimes manipulated by people and real feelings cannot be conveyed clearly. Therefore, understanding and ana...
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BACKGROUND: Street hawking or vending in developing countries is attracting a rising interest amongst researchers due to the various health, social, and economic implications to those who engage in the trade. This includes sexual assault which increases the vulnerability of the hawkers to diseases such as HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted inf...
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ZET Bu çalışma kapsamında Türkiye'deki, JCI akredite ve sağlık turizmi yetki belgesine sahip olan hastaneler arasından rastgele seçilmiş özel hastanelerin resmî web sitelerindeki doktorlar sekmesinde bulunan toplam 2060 görsel incelenmiştir. Hastanelerde çalışan doktorları tanıtmak amacıyla kullanılan profil fotoğraflarındaki beden dilinin analiz e...
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This article aims to understand the role of theological knowledge in performing a curative ritual practice promoted by Moroccan Sufi leaders among the Hamdouchiya Brotherhood. According to local Islamic belief, jnun (pl. of djinn) are responsible for misfortunes that befall individuals. The search for a job, the materialization of a marriage, mothe...
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Today, robots are widely used in service and manufacturing operations. Service robots are becoming more and more popular in the tourism sector. Therefore, there is a growing body of research on consumer perceptions and expectations of service robots. This study also investigated consumers' views of service robots in the tourism sector. The sample c...
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Cultural differences in communication are divided into eight typed and illustrated, as when to talk, what to say, pacing & pausing, the art of listening, intonation, what is conventional and what is not in a language, degree of indirectness and cohesion and coherence. In this manner, cross culture communication presents a double bind, the need to b...
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Adanya perbedaan secara spesifik target penjualan pribadi membuat strategi penjualan pribadi dari tim penjualan mengambil langkah yang “tersembunyi” untuk memenuhinya (Sheth, 1973; Macdonald et al., 2016). Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan fenomenologi transedental (Moustakas, 1994) dan berfokus pada interaksi penjualan pribadi dalam melakukan...
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(NLP) is an acronym for natural language processing. It refers to the branch of computer science—and more specifically, the branch of artificial intelligence concerned with giving computers the ability to understand the text and spoken words in the similar way human beings can do. Emotion detection (ED) is a sentiment analysis branch dedicated to e...
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The documentation, protection and dissemination of Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) in the digital age pose significant theoretical, technological and legal challenges. Through a multidisciplinary lens, this paper presents new approaches for collecting, documenting, encrypting and protecting ICH-related data for more ethical circulation. Human-mo...
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ABSTRACT Some animated films used the symbol to refer to meanings and influence the viewer. The symbol is a physical thing that refers to something moral, usually an abstract idea or feeling, and its meaning is a suggestion or indirect expression. The symbols varied from color to shape, design and lines to movement, posture and body language to exp...
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Girijati is a village located in Purwosari, Gunungkidul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. There are lots of potential resources in Girijati, such as their nature, human resource, and also tourist attractions. Some of the tourist attractions in Girijati are Parangendog Beach, Gembirowati Temple, Sendang Beji, etc. In fact, the development of these touris...
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In dance, we must understand the essential meaning of dance movements from the inside and express them on the basis of dance. Therefore, in the process of developing new dance teaching methods, it is necessary to improve the basic education of dance students, so that they can express the emotions conveyed by dance through body language and movement...
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In 2019, Showa University implemented a compulsory clinical English course for all 4th-year medical students that included a medical interview with an English-speaking standardized patient (ESSP), but since 2020 the interviews have been conducted online due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. These students reported difficulties with eye contact and...
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Background: In the COVID-19 pandemic, numerous researchers postponed their patient and public involvement (PPI) activities. This was mainly due to assumptions on patients' willingness and skills to participate digitally. In fact, digital PPI workshops differ from in-person meetings as some forms of non-verbal cues and body language may be missing...
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Background The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic and introduction of various restrictions resulted in drastic changes to “traditional” primary healthcare service delivery modalities. Aim To understand the impact of virtual care on healthcare system performance within the context of Ontario Community Health Centres. Design & setting Thematic analysis...
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Leaders that don’t listen don’t actually learn anything. Great leaders are intrinsically aware when to pipe it down, turn it up and at times turn it off. Leaders that don’t make listening to an important aspect of their communication style, run the risk of creating unnecessary problems and misunderstandings. It is a must to be able to effectively e...
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Gesture recognition is a topic in computer science and language technology that aims to interpret human gestures with computer programs and many different algorithms. It can be seen as the way computers can understand human body language. Today, the main interaction tools between computers and humans are still the keyboard and mouse. Gesture recogn...
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The aim of this study is to evaluate teachers' perceptions of online seminars during COVID-19 pandemic to improve future courses in pharmacology. The study was performed as a questionnaire survey. A questionnaire that included 11 questions was used. A total of 14 online seminar teachers, of which 9 were senior teachers and 5 were PhD students, fill...
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Where and how do emotions intersect with the (ancient) visual arts? This chapter examines issues relating to emotional intent, relating to the intentions of artists or makers and the emotions they seek to convey through their works or to evoke in viewers; emotional content, encompassing those emotions that are expressed within or by an artwork; and...
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How are emotions perceived through human body language in social interactions? This study used point-light displays of human interactions portraying emotional scenes (1) to examine quantitative intrapersonal kinematic and postural body configurations, (2) to calculate interaction-specific parameters of these interactions, and (3) to analyze how far...
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While reading covered with masks faces during the COVID-19 pandemic, for efficient social interaction, we need to combine information from different sources such as the eyes (without faces hidden by masks) and bodies. This may be challenging for individuals with neuropsychiatric conditions, in particular, autism spectrum disorders. Here we examined...
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Writing in online platforms does not have the animate qualities of face-to-face interactions. In a real context, people use body language, gestures, and facial expressions. These show different thoughts and emotions of the speaker to the listener. In the digital medium, lack of the above-mentioned qualities has resulted in creating an anonymous, va...
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Here is analyzed Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment not as being translated into choreography, but from the point of view of Dostoevsky’s own “choreography” of visualized metaphors of movements, constituting the encoded text of the novel. In the article “choreography of text” means verbal description of various motions, gestures, and positions, wher...
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Background: The responsibilities of critical care nurses for mechanical ventilation (MV) management may differ among countries, particularly in the weaning process. Aim: To identify nurses' perceptions, roles, and challenges regarding the weaning process for patients in intensive care units (ICUs) in Denmark, Egypt, and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia...
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Introduction Praecox feeling (PF) is a characteristic feeling of bizarreness or unease that a psychiatrist experiences when facing a patient with schizophrenia. This term, proposed by Rumke in 1941, was considered an important feature of a schizophrenia diagnosis. However, since the movement toward operational diagnostic methods in the late 1970s,...
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This study investigates the implementation of classroom management at Kanya-CO Education Secondary School Nepal. The investigation covers six points to discuss: the management of the physical environment, learning, procedures and rules, discipline problems, relationships, also voice and body language. Each of these has some characteristics that are...
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Social robotics represents a branch of human-robot interaction dedicated to developing systems to control the robots to operate in unstructured environments with the presence of human beings. Social robots must interact with human beings by understanding social signals and responding appropriately to them. Most social robots are still pre-programme...
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This study aims to identify the visible and invisible parts of the body in the poetry of Al-Ahwas, and its physical reality according to anatomy, as well as how the poet used these words linguistically, then how these words highlighted the psychological feelings that they express through the context. Since the significance of the study stems from t...
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The study of body language is one of the most important psychological and behavioral studies that have received the attention of researchers and specialists in the field of psychology is the language of non-verbal communication, through the body and its behaviors we can express the components of the soul and what is going on in its mind and we can...
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The study of body language is one of the most important psychological and behavioral studies that have received the attention of researchers and specialists in the field of psychology is the language of non-verbal communication, through the body and its behaviors we can express the components of the soul and what is going on in its mind and we can...
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BACKGROUND: Street hawking or vending in developing countries is attracting a rising interest amongst researchers due to the various health, social, and economic implications to those who engage in the trade. This includes sexual assault which increases the vulnerability of the hawkers to diseases such as HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted inf...
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My central research focus over the past 30 years has been the articulation of what I call a radically temporal approach to philosophy. In the papers below, written between 2001 and 2022, I treat the varying ways in which radically temporal thinking manifests itself in the phenomenological perspectives of Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger and Eugene...
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Many students at the tertiary level have inadequacies in their second language speaking abilities, adversely impacting their academic and professional prospects. Role-playing is suggested as a potentially useful speaking instructional process for promoting language development particularly, communicative competency. This study analyses the impact o...
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The processing power of computational devices has grown at an exponential rate. Phenomenon's like artificial intelligence, Internet of things, virtual and stimulated reality etc are making major contributions to every sector of the society. Consequentially, the diversity of input methods to devices with computational abilities have become a domain...
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What researchers see in pre-school children’s reactions to live classical piano music, and how this knowledge can be interpreted into a broader societal context, is the focus of this study. The specific purpose was to see how a transdisciplinary group of researchers, interpreted 32 pre-school children’s reactions when listening to a short live clas...
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Developing speaking skills for foreign language learners is challenging. Whenever they speak foreign languages, they often encounter communication problems because of their limited grammatical and discourse competence. To overcome the problems, language learners need to employ communication strategies. Previous studies stated that these strategies...
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The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between cultural intelligence and global citizenship. The study group of the research consisted of 336 pre-service teachers, including pedagogical formation students, selected by a random sampling method from a state university in eastern Turkey, where the immigrant population is dense. Both...
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This text is the result of an ethnographic research conducted in the neurological rehabilitation service at the Center for Mental and Neurological Health Care in Mexico City. This work focuses its problematic on elucidating how the body language of people with motor aphasia is reconstructed and what senses they generate. The analysis of the collect...
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This text is the result of an ethnographic research conducted in the neurological rehabilitation service at the Center for Mental and Neurological Health Care in Mexico City. This work focuses its problematic on elucidating how the body language of people with motor aphasia is reconstructed and what senses they generate. The analysis of the collect...
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The biographical film, Zero to Hero, shows the true story of Hong Kong sprinter So Wa Wai who won the 1996-2008 Paralympic Olympics. This study aims to identify signs to build meaning based on speech (words), images, images and sounds, words and gestures/body language, images and gestures/body language, images and objects, and words and objects. Id...
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This study investigates the portrayal of the autistic character in Atypical film seasons one and two through verbal and non-verbal pragmatic language impairment analysis. The qualitative method and the theory of mind by Attwood and Stemmer Whitaker were employed in the research. This study found that the autistic character in Atypical film made 320...
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Body language is an eye-catching social signal and its automatic analysis can significantly advance artificial intelligence systems to understand and actively participate in social interactions. While computer vision has made impressive progress in low-level tasks like head and body pose estimation, the detection of more subtle behaviors such as ge...
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Violence attributed to the various agitating groups in the country has become a common occurrence across the Nigerian states. This paper explored a cross-comparative analysis of the pictorials of activities of two northern Nigerian agitating groups (the Boko Haram sect and the Fulani herdsmen) as semiotics signs of violence within the Nigeria socio...
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The aim of this article is to substantiate the thesis that together with the development of the plot of Persuasion, the cognitive power of the principal heroine expands, and she becomes a highly sensitive reader of human minds. This thesis is supported by references to the new ‘Romantic’ psychology, emphasizing the close links between the innate as...
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English is one of the widely spoken languages around the world. For an engineer and an engineering student, English language fluency is important both in studies and career. As a language, English complements greatly with positive body language. Articulations, expressions, signs and gesticulations during the speech are really efficacious when coupl...
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The article is devoted to the study of specific lexical representations of psychotypes in the framework of a work of art. The relevance of this article is that linguists are concerned with studies in the field of functional linguistics and psycholinguistics, in which language is considered within the framework of an instrumental function. The aim o...
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The emergence of holographic stage art has made the concrete space of the dance theater fragmented, the virtuality and multiplicity place the dancers’ performances in a kind of phantom space beyond the object. In this kind of cross-border cooperation of visual arts, a new interactive space is formed between dancers and audiences, dancers and hologr...
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Augmented Virtuality (AV), the augmentation of a virtual environment with real-world objects or information, provides unique educational opportunities, such as photorealistic avatars (using content generation sensors) that convey natural gestures and body language, frames of reference for scale comparisons, and embodied cognition. In this research,...
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Undivided attention is a clinician's superpower. Often called deep work, being in the flow, or being in the zone-- when health professionals are able to perform their responsibilities with full focus and presence, the care itself is safer and the care process is more satisfying to patients and clinicians alike. The opposite of this state is split a...
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Given the current COVID-19 pandemic, medical research today focuses on epidemic diseases. Innovative technology is incorporated in most medical applications, emphasizing the automatic recognition of physical and emotional states. Most research is concerned with the automatic identification of symptoms displayed by patients through analyzing their b...
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The 2 nd year MA student of TSPU named after Nizami Tel: +998339848994 Scientific advisor: D.S., prof. Makhkamova G.T. Cross-cultural communication can be considered as a sort of communication that aims to share information across different cultures and social groups. Within globalization, communication among countries has become quite common. Ther...
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In her novels, Latife Tekin describes a journey that migrates from the village to the city and tries to hold on in the city, by positioning the human (body/language), his/her communication, and the spaces he/she produces at its center. The reflections of a social event such as migration on the city and space are deeply involved in Tekin's novels. D...
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Animals often display prosocial behaviors, performing actions that benefit others. Although prosociality is essential for social bonding and cooperation, we still know little about how animals integrate behavioral cues from those in need to make decisions that increase their well-being. To address this question, we used a two-choice task where rats...
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Abstact. There is a lot of evidence that most people are capable of recognizing emotions by facial expressions. What information does a facial expression usually provide? Can emotions be shown without facial expressions? Can there be facial expressions without a corresponding emotional state? Are there individual facial expressions? The studies of...
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The existence of human fingers has an important role in moral concept based on Javanese culture. Beside as the body languages or gesture, the fingers also have an important position to expressing about moral value. There are some of Javanese literature—poem or oral tradition—that contain moral didactics “how to be a good human”. The aim of this pap...
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Learners' engagement is shown to be a major predictor of learning, performance, and course completion as well as course satisfaction. It is easier to engage learners in a face-to-face teaching and learning format since the teacher can observe and interpret the learner's facial expression and body language. However, in a virtual setting with the stu...
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Moving an enterprise's activity beyond the borders of its home country, under the conditions of expanding globalisation and European integration, creates a need to analyse the specific cultural conditionings of business activity as well as a need to deal with cultural diversity, because cultural differences affect business operations, including tho...
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Communication is an important element in the life of society. In everyday, people communicate verbally using language or words, but not all humans are able to interact using only verbal communication. Humans who are less than perfect, such as people with mental disability, find it difficult to receive messages using only language. Mental disability...
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The article justifies the inextricable interconnectedness and creative interaction of philosophy, science and education in the course of their historical development. The article focuses on the problem of teaching the course of history and philosophy of science (HFS) in terms of formation of critical creative thinking of the future scientist. The a...
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Background First Nations people experience racism in society and in the healthcare system. This study aimed to document emergency care providers’ perspectives on care of First Nations patients. First Nations research partner organizations co-led all aspects of the research. Methods Sixteen semi-structured interviews were conducted with Alberta eme...
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This year, humans were locked in their homes with a rising need for digital communication such as videotelephony. Although videotelephony helps to reduce the physical gap, it leaves little room for the transmission of body language that is usually associated with empathy. This research is inspired by the cognitive model of empathy which can be expl...
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The last few decades have seen a wide range of research projects focusing on automatic emotion recognition based on speech for human-machine communication, Speech is the most fundamental and natural means of communication while communicating with others, speech signal can be one of the fastest technique of communication between living beings, there...
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Various mechanisms associated with the pelvic examination (PE) situation brings a woman patient into a subordinate position in relation to the examiner. The patient is dependent on help as she exposes her genitals and easily feels humiliated. The interaction in the pelvic chair is mainly by body language, which means that what happens in the PE sit...
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Against the background of non-verbal communication, body language, the chapter focuses on touch used in psychomotor practice. It addresses the propaedeutic phase of touching, the typology of the psychomotrician's touch and the importance of non-verbal communication in the psychomotor intervention process. Tendo como pano de fundo a Comunicação não...
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ABSTRAK Peranan penting Pancasila dan Pendidikan Kewarganegaraan dalam penerapan pelayanan kesehatan keperawatan sebagai sumber etika, moral dan karakter. Pada dunia keperawatan nilai-nilai Pancasila seperti nilai kemanusian sangatlah penting karena nilai kemanusian merupakan suatu sikap dan pendekatan yang memperlakukan pasien sebagai manusia yang...
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The art of dance, as a practice expressed in the body language of the dancer, addresses our bodily existence by resembling it. It has the narrative power to make us, as audiences who inhabit bodies ourselves, rediscover the body as a condition of being human that we all share. This illumination can lead us to look at each other’s bodies with more c...
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Osteopaths commonly face complexity and clinical uncertainty in their daily professional practice as primary contact practitioners. In order to effectively deal with complex clinical presentations , osteopaths need to possess well-developed clinical reasoning to understand the individual patient's lived experience of pain and other symptoms and how...
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The purpose of this study is to analyze the role of social capital in families of different religions in Salatiga city. The social capital used is from Fukuyama's explanation of trust, norms, and networks. In this study the authors use a qualitative approach, namely, research whose results are in the form of words based on the results of observatio...