Territorial behavior – Fighting for supremacy

Territorial behavior - Fighting for supremacy

Territorial behavior – Fighting for supremacy

Territorial behavior – The primary manifestation of aggressive behavior of animals is called. territorial behavior. Each species has its own territory, the living space. It provides them with the right resources present in the area. The most important of these is food (including water), the presence of the opposite sex partner and a suitable place to nest, burrow or other accommodation.

Use of smell

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Use of smell

Use of smell – If a particular scent can trigger specific emotions can therefore affect our behavior and decisions, eg. Buying (from 70s known that emotions decide the election to a much greater extent than quality or price). Properly applied smell can be a powerful tool for manipulation, is likely to attract other people (customers, employees or partners) desirable behavior.

Sex unrecognizable

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Sex unrecognizable

Sex unrecognizable – The researchers compared the behavior of men and women in many activities and come to the conclusion that from a psychological point of view of both sexes do not differ almost at all. Gender does not matter when solving math problems, argue or have fun with friends. Psychologist Bobbi Carothers, of the Institute for Public Health at Washington University in St. Louis analyzed data from 13 different studies over the past several decades. It was attended by over 13 thousand. volunteers. The researcher applied a variety of techniques, psychological and sociological. She concluded that the anonymous polls, you almost can not tell whether a questionnaire filled man or woman.

Fear like perfume

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Fear like perfume

Fear like perfume – Researchers from the University of Munich showed that fear is spreading through the air. Just to our brain she sensed fear pheromones contained in sweat stressed people and they begin to be afraid. Feeling fear pushes us to hasty and risky behavior. Responsible for this state of affairs is the structure located symmetrically over our ears, namely the amygdala.

Halo effect

Halo effect

Halo effect

Halo effect – The man often develops opinions based on experience, which means that if someone is acting on it positively, his behavior is also positive. This opinion more than half based on appearance (clothing, hairdo, additives, make-up etc.) the other person. It is based on stereotypes, simplifications and generalizations.

Parasite forcing to suicide

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Parasite forcing to suicide

Parasite forcing to suicide – Toxoplasmose Gondi is a lethal parasite of animals, feeding primarily on felines. Protozoan to get to the body cat sees himself mice and rats and in an amazing way affects their behavior. It attacks the nervous system in such a way that rodents do not react with fear at the sight of a cat. On the contrary, the approach of predators.

Emotional disorders in women

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Emotional disorders in women

Emotional disorders in women – Nowadays defined disease called histrionic personality disorder. They suffer from it especially women, to a lesser extent, may also apply to men. It manifests itself labile affect, and in some cases even result in a lack of control over their own behavior. Further symptoms are prone to behaviors theater, spinning intrigues, seeking excitement and desire to be the center of attention. Often there are also prone to manipulation, and ruthlessness towards other people. These characteristics often cause problems in interpersonal relations.

Scientific journal PLoS ONE – Research findings

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Scientific journal PLoS ONE – Research findings

Scientific journal PLoS ONE – Researchers from Italy and the US scientific journalPLoS ONEpublished their findings. Which looked at the behavior of more than a million Facebook users, and 73 sites promoting scientific and pseudo-scientific content. The main conclusions of these publications are: Facebook users have a strong tendency to polarize opinion and search for content corresponding to or rather confirm their beliefs.

Concert behavior – The research carried out in 2014

Concert behavior - The research carried out in 2014

Concert behavior – The research carried out in 2014

Concert behavior – The research carried out in 2014. For Live Nation Entertainment (Agencies dealing with, among others, market analysis concert, and accompanying behaviors.) In the United States shows that during concerts 85% of patients taking pictures phones, 68% send text messages. And 57% writes about the event on Facebook. One quarter of the respondents use the phone once an hour, 21% at 30 minutes. Every tenth respondent glances at the screen smartphone once a quarter.