Rashami Desai is one of our favourite actresses in the TV industry. She has not only impressed us with her brilliant acting prowess but also stole our hearts with her charming personality and gorgeous looks. As state-imposed lockdown due to coronavirus outbreak has made our lives a little boring, it's Rashami, who has been treating us with her pretty looks to make our quarantine days better. Recently, Dil Se Dil Tak actress shared a couple of pictures on her Instagram feed, where she is shining bright in a yellow mini dress. So, let us take a close look at her outfit and decode it. … [Read more...] about Rashami Desai Shines Bright In One-Shoulder Yellow Mini Dress And It Made Our Quarantine Day Better!
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Covid-19 Positive People Categorised Into Four Categories The first category is people who are sub-clinical, that is they have the virus but have no symptoms. The next is people who get an infection in the upper respiratory tract and has a fever and a cough and maybe milder symptoms like headache or conjunctivitis; these individuals are still able to transmit the virus but may not be aware of it . … [Read more...] about Coronaviurus: What Is Covid-19 Pneumonia? How Does It Affect The Lungs?
Based on these findings, you might therefore wonder how it could be that introverts could be better adapted to the sacrifices necessitated by social distancing. However, Oishi et al. note that the psychologically rich life isn’t something your personality either allows you to have or not. Instead, in their words, “individuals who believe they are leading a psychologically rich life may, over time, begin to view themselves as open to new experiences, especially if they frequently observe themselves engaged in such activities” (p. 267). If new experiences are forced upon you, in other words, you may find your personality shifting in response. … [Read more...] about Is There an Introvert Advantage in Social Distancing?
Helpfully, MBTI manuals say that no score is better or worse than other scores. They encourage us to break out of your box and try new ways of behaving. Good facilitators want you to learn to be comfortable and effective operating on both sides each dimension (E and I, and so on). But I’d wager that few people remember this important point, actually work on it, and intentionally maintain a regular practice of branching out. … [Read more...] about This Could Be the Most Important Personality Trait. Really.
Carl Jung used his clinical observations and unquestioned brilliance to conceive of eight types (today referred to as “cognitive functions”). Jung published his type theory in Psychological Types – first translated into English in 1923. It was from this book and Jung’s theory that Katherine Briggs formed and Isabel Myers’ refined their Type Indicator. Scientific-best-practice puts theory ahead of testing; because data obtained without an established theoretical framework is easily interpreted with bias. Eyesnck (1992) had this to say about the Big Five’s lack of a theoretical basis: “I am suggesting that in the absence of a nomological network, and lacking any theoretical underpinning, the [Big Five] interpretation is subjective, contestable, and hence unscientific." This is not a criticism that can be levied against the MBTI given its deep theoretical roots. … [Read more...] about In Defense of the Myers-Briggs