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Human Resource Communication Pays Off
by: John T. Mooney. Human Resource Communications and Corporate Communications – are they one in the same? Both plan and develop written communication strategies to further the understanding and perceptions of their audience. Both provide counsel and edit...

Dialogue: the Key to Human Communication
by: Mike Garibaldi Frick. Words have power. Their invisible, weightless energy shapes and colors the world around us like an artist's brush. An endless supply of opinions flood us from corporate media, the Internet and other forms of mass and personal communicatio...

Make Obtaining Information Easier
by: M6.net. Being the total opposite to a technical person, it is hard to imagine future Internet software advances. The techno-humans have come up with incredible ideas and subsequently their ideas have come to fruition. It seems like anything a huma...

Keeping Your Body Hydrated
by Janet Somer. It must have felt unnatural at first, to eat animal flesh. After all, we're not so far removed from animals ourselves. Perhaps it even felt cannibalistic. There might not have been that much intellectual distinction between humans and other...

Alcohol effects on human beings
by Jibranqazi. Those individuals who casually consume alcohol or consume alcohol in moderation are not prone to certain effects that are somewhat common to those who "binge" drink or consume alcohol quickly. Individuals who consume alcohol quickly often h...
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On Being Human
by: Sam Vaknin. Are we human because of unique traits and attributes not shared with either animal or machine? The definition of "human" is circular: we are human by virtue of the properties that make us human (i.e., distinct from animal and machine). It ...

What Actually Causes Human Behavior?
by: SuccessClinic. There are many ways to answer this question and I don't claim to be the final authority on that subject. However, after helping thousands of students to create more amazing results than they even believed was possible, here's the answer I'...

Human Frequencies
by: reggie. Chi-square is a convenient measure of association between two factors when the factors are not quantitative. It indicates the degree to which the human frequencies in a cross-tab of the two factors deviate from what they would be if there ...

HUMAN MOTIVATIONS
by: Craig Lock. What motivates us to do the things that we do? Why do we think and behave as we do? What influences people to do what they do? Is is all because of that one word MONEY, which drives us to do what we do? I think not.The word "motivation" ...

Human Origins
by: Robert Bruce Baird. The issue of human evolution going back at least 9,000,000 (nine million) years and possibly even being upright by that time is another of the facts which when in my youth seemed totally ridiculous. Actually many mystics said it goes ba...

Hobbits Becoming More Human
by: Joel Kontinen. A new study suggests that the hobbits, a diminutive people whose remains were found on the Indonesian island of Flores in 2003 and 2004, were real humans after all. They were originally classified as Homo floresiensis, a species distinct...

Recruiters Are Human Too!
by: Toby Marshall. People always choose the easiest way to get what they need. Which doesn’t mean our needs can’t be complex or irrational or altruistic. Just that given a choice we always choose the easiest path.Now job seekers who have had 40 unretur...
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Passwords and the Human Factor
by: Terrence F. Doheny. Passwords have a strange dual nature. The stronger and safer the password the more likely it will be undermined by human weakness. It is widely known that passwords are the most common means of access control. It is also common knowledge t...

17 Extraordinary Human Capacities
by: Steve Brunkhorst. People have a tremendous capacity for outstanding achievement. There are also many extraordinary capacities that allow them to become high achievers.Here are seventeen extraordinary capacities that make human beings remarkable. When we reco...
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What To Do About The Human Head In Your Trunk
by: Douglas R. Smith. (Note: This article is not intended to be legal advice and is merely editorial in substance. Should you have questions concerning this subject you should consult your attorney.)While attending law school I had a professor in Criminal Proce...



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