Saturday, August 28, 2010

A House In Wales - Sale, Swap or Part Exchange

Would you like this for a view?

View from front of house


It goes with a property in Wales on the outskirts of the village of Gwaun Cae Gurwen. Sited in a semi-rural location on the borders of Carmarthenshire in the county borough of Neath-Port Talbot, this is a two-bedroom bungalow with part-converted attic and extensive grassy garden - both needing some work. The M4, Brecon Beacons National Park, rural Carmarthenshire, Gower peninsula and the City of Swansea are all within easy travelling distance. The location offers sweeping views of mountains and a deep wooded valley.

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House in Wales for sale, swap or part exchange

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Revising Maslow's Hierarchy Of Needs

A recent updating of Abraham Maslow's iconic pyramid of needs by a team of psychologists concludes that factors involved in successful parenting, such as caring, feeding, nurturing and educating, are indicative of a profound pyschological need that
merits placement at the top of the hierarchy. Maslow's concept of ordering human motivations dates from the 1940s. The current revision, which the authors acknowledge is controversial, takes into account developments in areas such as neuroscience, developmental psychology and evolutionary psychology.

Revising Maslow's Hierarchy Of Needs

Saturday, August 14, 2010

Personality And Domestic Violence

Similar personality traits have been found in male and female perpetrators of domestic violence in a group of psychiatric patients - further study may extend this to the wider community.

Personality And Domestic Violence

Starr Carr - Britain's Oldest Dwelling Found

Recent research from the Universities of Manchester and York on Stone Age remains at Star Carr, near Scarborough, North Yorkshire, has identified Britain's earliest known surviving house. The dwelling dates from at least 8500 BC, when Britain was still part of continental Europe, pre-dating the previous record holder found at Howick, Northumberland, by at least 500 years. Archaeologists consider Star Carr to equal
Stonehenge in importance.

Starr Carr

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Rating Others Positively Linked To Emotional Stability

Research led by Wake Forest University identified an association between the degree to which individuals perceive others in positive terms and their own happiness and emotional stability.

Rating Others Positively Linked To Emotional Stability

Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Keep Busy, Keep Happy

Individuals who keep busy, even with relatively pointless activity, tend to be happier than those who do not.

Keep Busy, Keep Happy

Child Personality Predicts Adult Behavior

Personality traits observed in childhood are a strong predictor of adult behavior.

Child Personality Predicts Adult Behavior

Attractive Women Can Be Disadvantaged

Attractive women may experience discrimination when applying for jobs traditionally considered "masculine" and where appearance is not considered important. This includes positions like manager of research and development, director of finance, mechanical engineer and construction supervisor. No such discrimination was experienced by attractive men.


Attractive Women Can Be Disadvantaged

Thursday, August 05, 2010

Cancer Survival - A Spanish Study

Assessment of the probability of surviving nine types of cancer in eight Spanish regions with the highest numbers of cancer diagnoses.

Cancer Survival - A Spanish Study