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Dealing with emotions can be tough for children, but this Hyderabad-based educator promises to be there all the way

Anjali Kariappa Chengapa has had an illustrious career as a journalist and trainer and now, she is dedicating her time and energy to working with children and emotions. This is what she proposes...

Published on 16th February 2021
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Now here's a book by Psychology students that'll help adolescents navigate their emotions

Eesha Borthakur and Hiral S Shah have opened pre-orders for their book, A Joi Ride, that’ll help all those adolescents riddled with doubts steer through life with comparative ease

Published on 22nd September 2021
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Emotions run high on Chennai college campuses as students meet their friends and teachers after a long gap

The excitement of students was evident from the fact that the majority of colleges in the city reported over 80 per cent turnout on the first day itself

Published on 2nd September 2021
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Study finds that a leader's effectiveness may depend on emotions expressed

The study aims to help leaders manage their emotions to maximise effectiveness, improve the performance and satisfaction of team members

Published on 9th August 2021
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Should you emote out? Here's when it is the correct time to show your emotions in public

Is it okay to show your emotions in public? This week The Coach tells us when displaying emotions is correct and when it is not at all

Published on 16th January 2021
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Researchers discover music-induced emotions can be predicted from brain scans

The results suggest that the emotions evoked by films and music are partially based on the operation of different mechanisms in the brain

Published on 3rd January 2021
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Face masks don't help hide emotions, facial expressions from children, reveals new study

The researchers showed more than 80 children, ages 7 to 13, photos of faces displaying sadness, anger, or fear that were unobstructed, covered by a surgical mask, or wearing sunglasses

Published on 25th December 2020
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Canteen Fundas: Why managing your emotions is the key to a successful and happy life 

Pro Tip: Improving your emotional intelligence helps you manage your personal and social life effectively, leading to healthy relationships, higher productivity and better quality of life.

Published on 16th August 2020
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Cyberbullying victims' experiences differ by the ability to handle their emotions

Online bullying, or cyberbullying, is not a new phenomenon, but as the world becomes more dependent on online communication, it does become a greater threat

Published on 4th July 2020
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Multitasking at workplace can likely create a tense environment, lead to negative emotions: US study

The findings are published in the Proceedings of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems

Published on 16th May 2020
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Study reveals that urban and rural infants showcase emotions differently

The study examined the differences in infant temperament, parent-child interactions and parenting stress between families of similar socioeconomic and racial composition

Published on 22nd March 2020
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How to let it go? Here's what you can do to overcome suppressed anger, emotions and move on

How can we move on to the year 2020 if we carry our suppressed anger and emotions from the past years? Let's find out more on how to overcome this

Published on 28th December 2019
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This unique programme at Heritage Xperiential Learning School in Haryana helps students become emotionally stable individuals

Ariana Abadian Heifetz tells us about her innovative programme that helps children understand, express their emotions and resolve conflicts better

 

Published on 30th October 2019
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Unmasking Theatre: Indian Ink and its game of emotions crosses invisible boundaries and tugs at peoples' masks

The Indian Ink Theatre Company centres around masks and the experiences and impressions made by their journey to different countries and cultures and people

Published on 31st October 2017
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A gentle touch instead of a violent smack is a good way to reduce and tackle feelings of social exclusion, says study

The discovery follows recent findings that effective social touch, and particularly gentle stroking of the skin, may be coded by a special physiological system linking the skin to the brain

Published on 23rd October 2017

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