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The Swabian War - The Battle of Schwaderloh AD) Medieval Manuscript, Medieval Art, Renaissance Art, Military Art, Military History, Napoleon, Carl Von Clausewitz, Holland, Landsknecht

New Simulation Based On Popular Game Shows How Warfare 'Built' Early Civilizations

In our modern era, we can find ample evidence of the role of war in destroying societies, but historically, the opposite appears to be the case — war was instrumental in organizing early civi…

When we mean User Experience (UX), this is not only about app development process. It’s also about marketing, community and where the human being involved. Emile Durkheim, Social Stratification, Social Media Company, Cultural Capital, The New School, Social Marketing, Marketing Ideas, Research Projects, User Experience

Cooperate with Thy Neighbor? Depends on Your Neighbors – Largest Ever, Real-Time, Social Cooperation Experiment

Ah, to Cooperate or Defect? It’s known as ‘The Prisoner’s Dilemma’ and is a type of cooperation-strategy game well-known amongst Game Theorists and Computational Scientists.…

Homelessness charities subsidise Work Programme, says report Civil Society, Decision Making, Charity, Behavior, Finance, The Past, Sayings, Psych, Couple Photos

How Poverty Impairs Mental Functioning And Promotes Risky Decision-Making

Researchers who study poverty have long-recognized that those who live in poverty frequently behave in less capable ways and engage in risky behaviors that both produce additional problems and also…

Known as the first zombie movie, "Night of the Living Dead" is a 1968 horror classic! The film was heavily criticized for its explicit content and pushed for the creation of the MPAA film rating system. Watch "Night of the Living Dead" for free! Horror Vintage, Retro Horror, Zombie Movies, Scary Movies, Good Movies, Terror Movies, Horror Movie Posters, Horror Films, Night Of Living Dead

The Zombies Among Us – Exploring The Resurgent Popularity of Zombies In Modern Culture

There are real zombies, or “sleep walkers”, in this world…the voodoo victims of hoodoo drug-induced slavery, normally restricted to the tribal cultures of Western Africa and the W…

Are you constantly stressed about work? Do you feel as though you don’t fit in at the office? Have you experienced verbal abuse on the job? If so, you might be ready to move on. These are just a few of the 14 signs that it’s time to leave your job. Career Change, New Career, Career Success, Career Path, Career Advice, Change Leadership, Effective Leadership, College Success, School Leadership

'I'll Never Change' – Actually, You Will (More Than You Think), New Study Shows

Life is full of decisions, many of which will impact our lives far into the future…everything from whether to apply for a mortgage and choosing where to live…to whom to marry and how ma…

Photo: Herman Goering, Rudolf Hess, Joachim Von Ribbentrop, and Wilhelm Keitel in the Dock at Nuremberg : Alfred Jodl, Julius Streicher, Karl Dönitz, Wilhelm Keitel, Hiroshima E Nagasaki, Joachim Von Ribbentrop, Germany, November, History

Tyranny Enabled Through Identification, Not Passive Conformity, New Analysis Shows

The idea that atrocities result from "unblinking obedience" to authority has become so ingrained in

Reminders of Death Motivate Concern for Environmental Legacy – New Study Reveals Psych, Environment, Death, Study, Motivation, Studio, Studying, Daily Motivation, Learning

Reminders of Death Motivate Concern for Environmental Legacy – New Study Reveals

Researchers from three university business schools recently conducted a pair of ‘death priming’ experiments in which participants were tasked with making decisions about what to do with…

The Thinker (Le Penseur in French) is a bronze sculpture on marble pedestal by Auguste Rodin, whose first cast, of is now in the Musée Rodin in Paris; there are about 28 original castings . Auguste Rodin, Musée Rodin, Thinking Skills, Critical Thinking, Bronze Sculpture, Lion Sculpture, Global Warming Climate Change, Famous Words, Famous Art

Selfish? Maybe You Think Too Much

People who take more time to think over certain decisions — like how much money to contribute to a common pool — tend to give less than those who act more impulsively. That’s acco…

Favorite Monopoly Board Game U. Postage Stamp -=- Great Memories of Days Gone… Monopoly Board, Monopoly Game, Book Report Projects, Commemorative Stamps, Postage Rates, Vintage Board Games, Going Postal, Love Stamps, Vintage Stamps

A 'Rigged' Game Of Monopoly Reveals How Feeling Wealthy Changes Our Behavior [TED VIDEO]

I remember playing various board games as a kid with my family and friends…games like parcheesi, The Game of Life, and Monopoly. And of all the games we played, it was that last game on my li…