5. They Take Risks When Needed People born in the month of April are risk-takers as you will find them taking risks wherever they feel the need. For them, the word ‘impossible' doesn't exist in their dictionary. They have great skills to solve any challenging or problematic situation. They believe no problem is big enough that it cannot be solved. You will find them dealing with problems in a calm manner. … [Read more...] about Birthday April Born: 12 Personality Traits That Makes Them Special
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There's another theory that suggests April Fools' Day came into existence due to The Canterbury Tales written by Geoffrey Chaucer. In this, Chaucer made a playful and comic reference to as 32 March or 1 April. However, historians believe that it was just a typo. … [Read more...] about April Fools’ Day 2020: Know About The History And Significance
Although this news analysis seems to provide a compelling explanation, what guidance is there from psychological research that personality combined with social norms can play a role in the virus mitigation? Given the recency of the COVID-19 outbreak, it's too soon to have direct evidence to back up those claims. However, it's possible to gain insights from a 2019 study led by Shigehoro Oishi of the University of Virginia on the personality trait predictors of a measure of life fulfillment known as "the psychologically rich life." … [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.
The first problem in group teleconferencing is the lack of mutual eye contact. As anyone who has used Skype or Facetime knows, it is practically impossible to have true person-to-person eye contact in these systems. The reason has to do with the geometry of webcams and screens: with the typical placement of the webcam above the screen, when a user looks anywhere on the screen, it will appear to other users as if they are looking down, below the perspective of the camera. For other users, the *appearance* of eye contact can be intermittently simulated, if and when the original user looks directly at the camera. But in those moments, the original user cannot simultaneously look at the screen where the faces are, so from the perspective of the first user, there is no eye contact happening. … [Read more...] about How Virtual Reality Will Help Reduce Social Distance