Closing the deal, earning the respect of someone you admire, or getting the perfect bit of coachi...
Closing the deal, earning the respect of someone you admire, or getting the perfect bit of coaching that kicks your skill level up a notch can be extremely gratifying.
Whether its constructive criticism or a flat out insult, this kind of feedback triggers us: our heart pounds, our stomach clenches, our internal voice gets louder, our thoughts race and scatter.
Humans on average - are not great at giving or receiving negative feedback, and for good reason: it typically makes people feel bad.More on Fatigue
The researchers, working with Matthew Lungren, an assistant professor of radiology, had four Stan...
The researchers, working with Matthew Lungren, an assistant professor of radiology, had four Stanford radiologists independently annotate 420 of the images for possible indications of pneumonia.
The motivation behind this work is to have a deep learning model to aid in the interpretation task that could overcome the intrinsic limitations of human perception and bias, and reduce errors, explained Lungren, who is co-author of the paper.
This tool could help reduce the amount of missed cases of pneumonia and significantly accelerate radiologist workflow by showing them where to look first, leading to faster diagnoses for the sickest patients.More on Pneumonia
Kim Kardashian made headlines recently for using a surrogate to carry her unborn child, but the p...
Kim Kardashian made headlines recently for using a surrogate to carry her unborn child, but the practice of surrogacy albeit in a different form is much, much older, dating back at least 4,000 years, a new study finds.
But now, it's well known that men can experience infertility problems, too, including from low sperm count and chronic health issues, such as obesity, Live Science previously reported.
Researchers found the Assyrian tablet in modern-day Turkey at Kltepe-Kanesh, an archaeological site on the World Heritage list kept by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).More on Infertility
One day on a drive through the Montrose shopping park, the Hummingbird Conservatory of the Arts c...
One day on a drive through the Montrose shopping park, the Hummingbird Conservatory of the Arts caught Debora Perlis eye, and she remembered that her daughter was always singing under her breath.
After a phone call to conservatory voice teacher Tara Wallace, who had never worked with children on the autism spectrum before, Ting Perlis enrolled in singing lessons.
It was only after six months of lessons that Wallace began challenging Ting Perlis to perform progressively more difficult pieces by composers such as Franz Schubert.More on Autism
Analysis of the NatCens British Social Attitudes survey shows many Britons say they are still unc...
Analysis of the NatCens British Social Attitudes survey shows many Britons say they are still uncomfortable working with or socialising alongside people with depression or schizophrenia.
The report'sauthors conclude: This might imply that increasing knowledge and awareness among the wider population could help tackle prejudice (though this is undoubtedly an oversimplification of a complex issue).
"Every day we hear first-hand the devastating impact that stigma has on peoples lives: causing them to lose jobs and their chance to fulfil their potential, and damaging relationships with friends and family.More on Depression