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Weg met controle. Leve de intrinsiek gemotiveerde mens

Weg met controle. Leve de intrinsiek gemotiveerde mens | Human behavior | Scoop.it
De mens is van nature een lui en hebzuchtig wezen, zo geloven we maar al te vaak. Maar een nieuwe generatie van psychologen en economen denkt daar heel anders over. Hun baanbrekende onderzoek vormt de basis voor een revolutie in de zorg en het onderwijs, op kantoor en op de Zuidas.
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Je haalt het meeste uit je werkdag als je ‘m zo indeelt

Je haalt het meeste uit je werkdag als je ‘m zo indeelt | Human behavior | Scoop.it
Je haalt het meeste uit je werkdag als je ‘m zo indeelt
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RSA Animate - The Divided Brain

In this new RSA Animate, renowned psychiatrist and writer Iain McGilchrist explains how our 'divided brain' has profoundly altered human behaviour, culture a...

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Add Gesture Control To Everything With This Tiny Chip

Add Gesture Control To Everything With This Tiny Chip | Human behavior | Scoop.it
An ultrasound innovation may enable 3-D gestures on devices from watches to TV remotes.
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Let Your Workers Rebel

Employee engagement is a problem. To fix it, encourage your workers to break rules and be themselves. We’ll show you who does it right and how you can too.
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Home - Superscript

Home - Superscript | Human behavior | Scoop.it
Trump als president. En wat we daarvan kunnen leren voor onze verkooptechnieken

Trump is president. Kon jij dit nieuws ook niet geloven? Maar merk je bij jezelf dat je het aan goed praten bent? ‘De wereld vergaat heus niet met Trump als president.’ ‘Misschien is het zo slecht nog niet om eens een zakenman aan het roer te hebben.’ ‘Zou de wereldvrede misschien toenemen als Trump en Poetin het goed met elkaar kunnen vinden?’

 
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Computers Can Now Automatically Stereotype 'Hipsters' and 'Bikers'

Computers Can Now Automatically Stereotype 'Hipsters' and 'Bikers' | Human behavior | Scoop.it
Scientists have trained algorithms to determine your "urban tribe" from your online photos.
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Five different ways to understand self-tracking

Five different ways to understand self-tracking | Human behavior | Scoop.it

Google Glass is the typical example of what wearable computing technologies can achieve. By this we mean the integration of small technological components—cameras, sensors, connectivity chips—into normal clothes and daily fashion accessories. The development of the Mountain View company is remarkable for its ambition and possibilities, but there are other alternatives equally remarkable.


Angel, a bracelet that can go a long way

We are almost used to the release of bracelets by giants of the likes of Nike with its Fuelband or FitBit—with its latest development, Force. These bracelets are essentially designed to track your daily physical activity, and the audience segment that may be interested in them is especially sporty.


BluFit Bottle, a smart bottle

BluFit is a ‘smart’ water bottle connected to your mobile device. The connection to the mobile application allows setting parameters such as your weight, age, or the temperature and humidity of your environment to enable this bottle to suggest you how much water you have to consume, and when.


TellSpec analyzes what you are about to eat

Diet is another field in which these devices can be very useful, as shown by the scanner TellSpec, a small device that ‘studies’ your food and allows you to know its components or the calories contained in every 100 grams (0.220 pounds) of any food. Moreover, it points out the possible elements that could provoke you allergies


QuASP, an assistant to improve your training

The monitoring of fitness activity goes a step further with QuASP, a device in the shape of a sensor integrated in your clothes that evaluates various aspects of your physical activity such as acceleration or deceleration patterns, reaction times when changing direction and, of course, distances, speeds, and even high jumps.

 

Ringbow, a different way to play

Another segment in which the technology integrated into the clothing and accessories has special interest is video games. Systems like Oculus Rift prove it, but there are alternatives like Ringbow, a ring that allows you to interact with touch devices specifically aimed at mobile games.



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