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ability


Evolution did not give humans the ability to play soccer.

absorbed


While some emperors sought to purify their cultures and return to what they viewed as their roots, for the most part empires have produced hybrid civilizations that absorbed much from their subject peoples.

accepted


Yet some degree of sadness and depression has been far more accepted in previous historical ages than is the case today.

activity


If employees want to do volunteer activity, they can make their own arrangements and do so on their own time.

Research shows that participating in corporate volunteer activity heightens rather than weakens employees' organizational commitment, in part because people feel a sense of self-worth when they do the good deeds that their organizations made it easier for them to do.

additional


Another individual might purchase additional life insurance or medical coverage to meet his or her specific needs.

But we also recognize problems on our own (e.g., the need for additional parking space in the city where you work).

adjusting


And yet adjusting what you eat is entirely possible.

adopt


Since the imperial vision tends to be universal and inclusive, it was relatively easy for imperial elites to adopt ideas, norms, and traditions from wherever they found them, rather than to stick to a single rigid tradition.

advanced


With its electrical and mechanical system, the washing machine is one of the most technologically advanced examples of a large household appliance.

affect


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

affectivity


It is only recently that a thriving industry promoting positivity has managed to remove this earlier and more balanced view of human affectivity.

aggression


Other animals that engage strangers in ritualized aggression do so largely by instinct.

agricultural


Especially in pre¬modern times, most of the calories feeding an agricultural population came from a single crop―such as wheat, potatoes, or rice―that lacks some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional materials humans need.

aircraft


They work together with more global scale forces such as those related to emissions from aircraft carrying tourists to and from their destinations.

allocating


Corporations also may be concerned about allocating the resources needed to set up such programs, or perhaps they fear that facilitating employees' engagement elsewhere may weaken their commitment to the organization or their jobs.

analyzing


Many students could probably benefit if they spent less time on rote repetition and more on actually paying attention to and analyzing the meaning of their reading assignments.

annually


In many cases, the company will put aside a pool of money that each individual can spend on these options, such as $3,000 annually.

appliance


With its electrical and mechanical system, the washing machine is one of the most technologically advanced examples of a large household appliance.

application


Today, such delays between ideas and application are almost unthinkable.

Thus, we find that the time between the first and second stages of the innovative cycle―between idea and application―has been cut radically.

appropriate


Without an optimal amount of self-disclosure we deny an opportunity for others to know us and for ourselves to get appropriate feedback.

arrangements


If employees want to do volunteer activity, they can make their own arrangements and do so on their own time.

aside


In many cases, the company will put aside a pool of money that each individual can spend on these options, such as $3,000 annually.

assigning


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

assignments


Most of us have problems that have been posed to us (e.g., assignments from our supervisors).

Many students could probably benefit if they spent less time on rote repetition and more on actually paying attention to and analyzing the meaning of their reading assignments.

automatically


Then, if one person has a family with two small children and wants to use some of this money for a child-care program, the costs are automatically deducted from that employee's pool of money.

Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

available


The first English patent for a typewriter was issued in 1714, but another 150 years passed before typewriters were commercially available.

backbreaking


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

balance


Research suggests that when we view ourselves as morally deficient in one part of our lives, we search for moral actions that will balance out the scale.

balancing


Life is a balancing act, and so is our sense of morality.

based


The machine was based on technology that even then was twenty years old, but it was not until 1930 that such a machine actually was marketed.

beat


Before the washing machine was invented, people used washboards to scrub, or they carried their laundry to riverbanks and streams, where they beat and rubbed it against rocks.

behaviors


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

benefit


Many students could probably benefit if they spent less time on rote repetition and more on actually paying attention to and analyzing the meaning of their reading assignments.

bulb


One day you happen to be walking through a hardware store and notice a rack of energy-efficient light bulbs, and you instantly decide to buy twenty of them and change out every bulb in your house.

bundles


For example, in 1836, a machine was invented that mowed, threshed, and tied straw into bundles and poured grain into sacks.

calories


Especially in pre¬modern times, most of the calories feeding an agricultural population came from a single crop―such as wheat, potatoes, or rice―that lacks some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional materials humans need.

carried


Before the washing machine was invented, people used washboards to scrub, or they carried their laundry to riverbanks and streams, where they beat and rubbed it against rocks.

category


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

characterize


For example, if you're reading in your psychology text about the personality trait of confidence, you can think about which people you know who are particularly confident and why you would characterize them as being that way.

civilizations


While some emperors sought to purify their cultures and return to what they viewed as their roots, for the most part empires have produced hybrid civilizations that absorbed much from their subject peoples.

commercially


The first English patent for a typewriter was issued in 1714, but another 150 years passed before typewriters were commercially available.

commitment


Corporations also may be concerned about allocating the resources needed to set up such programs, or perhaps they fear that facilitating employees' engagement elsewhere may weaken their commitment to the organization or their jobs.

Research shows that participating in corporate volunteer activity heightens rather than weakens employees' organizational commitment, in part because people feel a sense of self-worth when they do the good deeds that their organizations made it easier for them to do.

commonplace


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

companies


Some companies provide their employees with cafeteria incentive programs.

Were this not the case, the food companies that launch new products each year would be wasting their money.

compared


Compared with the old washers that squeezed out excess water by feeding clothes through rollers, modern washers are indeed an electrical-mechanical phenomenon.

complete


They can nevertheless play the game with complete strangers because they have all learned an identical set of ideas about soccer.

concerned


Corporations also may be concerned about allocating the resources needed to set up such programs, or perhaps they fear that facilitating employees' engagement elsewhere may weaken their commitment to the organization or their jobs.

confidence


For example, if you're reading in your psychology text about the personality trait of confidence, you can think about which people you know who are particularly confident and why you would characterize them as being that way.

confident


For example, if you're reading in your psychology text about the personality trait of confidence, you can think about which people you know who are particularly confident and why you would characterize them as being that way.

consider


Consider email.

constantly


These people constantly communicate with others and make an impact on them.

Whether you're nine or ninety years old, you should constantly be learning, improving your skills, and getting better at what you do.

contrast


By contrast, ancient foragers regularly ate dozens of different foodstuffs.

contributes


As with other human activities, there are many ways and spatial scales at which tourism contributes to climate change.

contributors


Tourism is one of many contributors to changes in the climate system.

copycat


Imperial Mongol culture was a Chinese copycat.

corporate


Research shows that participating in corporate volunteer activity heightens rather than weakens employees' organizational commitment, in part because people feel a sense of self-worth when they do the good deeds that their organizations made it easier for them to do.

corporations


Corporations also may be concerned about allocating the resources needed to set up such programs, or perhaps they fear that facilitating employees' engagement elsewhere may weaken their commitment to the organization or their jobs.

correspondence


And yet many will use email, at least sometimes, for intimate correspondence.

coverage


Another individual might purchase additional life insurance or medical coverage to meet his or her specific needs.

The employees decide what type of coverage they want and the cost is deducted from their bonus.

creation


The cultural ideas spread by empire were seldom the exclusive creation of the ruling elite.

creatively


However, in order to solve this problem creatively, it may be useful to redefine it as a problem of too many vehicles requiring a space to sit in during the workday.

critical


One line of research suggests that how often you go over material is less critical than the depth of processing that you engage in.

cultural


The cultural ideas spread by empire were seldom the exclusive creation of the ruling elite.

culture


Sadness in our culture is often considered an unnecessary and undesirable emotion.

The imperial culture of Rome was Greek almost as much as Roman.

Imperial Mongol culture was a Chinese copycat.

daytime


In that case, you may decide to organize a carpool among people who use downtown parking lots and institute a daytime local taxi service using these privately owned vehicles.

decades


Over decades, I have asked why.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, housewives from East and West Germany tried each other's food products for the first time in decades.

deducted


Then, if one person has a family with two small children and wants to use some of this money for a child-care program, the costs are automatically deducted from that employee's pool of money.

The employees decide what type of coverage they want and the cost is deducted from their bonus.

deeds


Research shows that participating in corporate volunteer activity heightens rather than weakens employees' organizational commitment, in part because people feel a sense of self-worth when they do the good deeds that their organizations made it easier for them to do.

deficiency


The moral deficiency (not recycling) is, in your view, balanced by a moral action (installing energy¬-efficient bulbs).

deficient


Research suggests that when we view ourselves as morally deficient in one part of our lives, we search for moral actions that will balance out the scale.

define


After identifying the existence of a problem, we must define its scope and goals.

degree


Yet some degree of sadness and depression has been far more accepted in previous historical ages than is the case today.

delays


Today, such delays between ideas and application are almost unthinkable.

deny


Without an optimal amount of self-disclosure we deny an opportunity for others to know us and for ourselves to get appropriate feedback.

depression


Yet some degree of sadness and depression has been far more accepted in previous historical ages than is the case today.

From the classic philosophers through Shakespeare to the works of Chekhov, Ibsen, and the great novels of the 19th century, exploring the emotions of sadness, longing, and depression has long been considered instructive.

depth


One line of research suggests that how often you go over material is less critical than the depth of processing that you engage in.

destination


Too many people suffer from destination disease.

detergent


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

It not only cleans clothes, but it does so with far less water, detergent, and energy than washing by hand requires.

devices


It is not that we are more eager or more ambitious than our ancestors but that we have, over time, invented all sorts of social devices to hasten the process.

disclosing


People who communicate to others about themselves rather freely, who are frank and open, who express their views, opinions, knowledge, and feelings freely, and who share their knowledge and personal experiences with others can be considered as the self-disclosing type.

disclosure


This communication or self-disclosure helps in generating data and such an individual has more of an open and public self than private self.

Without an optimal amount of self-disclosure we deny an opportunity for others to know us and for ourselves to get appropriate feedback.

discover


discussion


The gap between the reality of online life and how we experience it prevents our discussion of Internet privacy.

eager


It is not that we are more eager or more ambitious than our ancestors but that we have, over time, invented all sorts of social devices to hasten the process.

efficient


One day you happen to be walking through a hardware store and notice a rack of energy-efficient light bulbs, and you instantly decide to buy twenty of them and change out every bulb in your house.

The moral deficiency (not recycling) is, in your view, balanced by a moral action (installing energy¬-efficient bulbs).

electrical


With its electrical and mechanical system, the washing machine is one of the most technologically advanced examples of a large household appliance.

Compared with the old washers that squeezed out excess water by feeding clothes through rollers, modern washers are indeed an electrical-mechanical phenomenon.

eliminated


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

emissions


They work together with more global scale forces such as those related to emissions from aircraft carrying tourists to and from their destinations.

emitted


Local climate changes may also be caused when air pollutants are emitted by the structures' incinerators, by stationary and mobile engines, and during land-¬clearing activities.

emotion


Sadness in our culture is often considered an unnecessary and undesirable emotion.

emperors


While some emperors sought to purify their cultures and return to what they viewed as their roots, for the most part empires have produced hybrid civilizations that absorbed much from their subject peoples.

empire


The cultural ideas spread by empire were seldom the exclusive creation of the ruling elite.

employed


Much of the psychology profession is employed in managing and relieving sadness.

employee


Then, if one person has a family with two small children and wants to use some of this money for a child-care program, the costs are automatically deducted from that employee's pool of money.

enables


True, it produced legs for kicking and elbows for fouling, but all that this enables us to do is perhaps practice penalty kicks alone.

engage


Other animals that engage strangers in ritualized aggression do so largely by instinct.

One line of research suggests that how often you go over material is less critical than the depth of processing that you engage in.

engagement


Corporations also may be concerned about allocating the resources needed to set up such programs, or perhaps they fear that facilitating employees' engagement elsewhere may weaken their commitment to the organization or their jobs.

ensured


This variety ensured that the ancient foragers received all the necessary nutrients.

entire


Studies show 50 percent of high school graduates never read another entire book.

ephemerality


The seeming ephemerality of what is on the screen masks the truth: What you write is not erasable.

epic


In the imperial United States, an American president of Kenyan blood can eat Italian pizza while watching his favorite film, Lawrence of Arabia, a British epic about the Arab rebellion against the Turks.

equally


Equally, those from the West discovered a liking for the honey and vanilla wafer biscuits of the East.

erasable


The seeming ephemerality of what is on the screen masks the truth: What you write is not erasable.

especially


Especially in pre¬modern times, most of the calories feeding an agricultural population came from a single crop―such as wheat, potatoes, or rice―that lacks some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional materials humans need.

evolution


Evolution did not give humans the ability to play soccer.

excess


Compared with the old washers that squeezed out excess water by feeding clothes through rollers, modern washers are indeed an electrical-mechanical phenomenon.

exclusive


The cultural ideas spread by empire were seldom the exclusive creation of the ruling elite.

existence


After identifying the existence of a problem, we must define its scope and goals.

experience


When you read your textbooks, try to relate information to your own life and experience.

The gap between the reality of online life and how we experience it prevents our discussion of Internet privacy.

More generally, the experience of the net undermines the reality of the net.

exploring


From the classic philosophers through Shakespeare to the works of Chekhov, Ibsen, and the great novels of the 19th century, exploring the emotions of sadness, longing, and depression has long been considered instructive.

facilitate


Some organizations may be reluctant to facilitate their employees' participation in volunteer activities.

feedback


Without an optimal amount of self-disclosure we deny an opportunity for others to know us and for ourselves to get appropriate feedback.

feeding


Especially in pre¬modern times, most of the calories feeding an agricultural population came from a single crop―such as wheat, potatoes, or rice―that lacks some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional materials humans need.

Compared with the old washers that squeezed out excess water by feeding clothes through rollers, modern washers are indeed an electrical-mechanical phenomenon.

flexibility


From both sides of the wall, these German housewives showed a remarkable flexibility in their food preferences.

focused


Gradually, over space and time, even these locally focused human activities are known to change the climate, regionally and globally.

following


If she was lucky, she could expect to eat the same on the following day.

foodstuffs


By contrast, ancient foragers regularly ate dozens of different foodstuffs.

forager


The peasant's ancient ancestor, the forager, may have eaten berries and mushrooms for breakfast; fruits and snails for lunch; and rabbit steak with wild onions for dinner.

fouling


True, it produced legs for kicking and elbows for fouling, but all that this enables us to do is perhaps practice penalty kicks alone.

freely


People who communicate to others about themselves rather freely, who are frank and open, who express their views, opinions, knowledge, and feelings freely, and who share their knowledge and personal experiences with others can be considered as the self-disclosing type.

fruition


Scientific discoveries are being brought to fruition at a faster rate than ever before.

gap


The gap between the reality of online life and how we experience it prevents our discussion of Internet privacy.

general


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

generating


This communication or self-disclosure helps in generating data and such an individual has more of an open and public self than private self.

genes


Puppies throughout the world have the rules for rough-and-tumble play built into their genes.

But human teenagers have no such genes for soccer.

global


They work together with more global scale forces such as those related to emissions from aircraft carrying tourists to and from their destinations.

governing


Changing our food habits is one of the hardest things we can do, because the impulses governing our preferences are often hidden, even from ourselves.

grain


For example, in 1836, a machine was invented that mowed, threshed, and tied straw into bundles and poured grain into sacks.

hardware


One day you happen to be walking through a hardware store and notice a rack of energy-efficient light bulbs, and you instantly decide to buy twenty of them and change out every bulb in your house.

hasten


It is not that we are more eager or more ambitious than our ancestors but that we have, over time, invented all sorts of social devices to hasten the process.

heightens


Research shows that participating in corporate volunteer activity heightens rather than weakens employees' organizational commitment, in part because people feel a sense of self-worth when they do the good deeds that their organizations made it easier for them to do.

hidden


Changing our food habits is one of the hardest things we can do, because the impulses governing our preferences are often hidden, even from ourselves.

historical


Yet some degree of sadness and depression has been far more accepted in previous historical ages than is the case today.

homeowners


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

housewives


After the fall of the Berlin Wall, housewives from East and West Germany tried each other's food products for the first time in decades.

From both sides of the wall, these German housewives showed a remarkable flexibility in their food preferences.

hybrid


While some emperors sought to purify their cultures and return to what they viewed as their roots, for the most part empires have produced hybrid civilizations that absorbed much from their subject peoples.

identical


They can nevertheless play the game with complete strangers because they have all learned an identical set of ideas about soccer.

identifying


After identifying the existence of a problem, we must define its scope and goals.

imaginary


These ideas are entirely imaginary, but if everyone shares them, we can all play the game.

impact


These people constantly communicate with others and make an impact on them.

At least it is difficult for them to see themselves fully through the eyes of others and also they make limited impact on others.

improving


Whether you're nine or ninety years old, you should constantly be learning, improving your skills, and getting better at what you do.

impulses


Changing our food habits is one of the hardest things we can do, because the impulses governing our preferences are often hidden, even from ourselves.

incentive


Some companies provide their employees with cafeteria incentive programs.

incinerators


Local climate changes may also be caused when air pollutants are emitted by the structures' incinerators, by stationary and mobile engines, and during land-¬clearing activities.

inclusive


Since the imperial vision tends to be universal and inclusive, it was relatively easy for imperial elites to adopt ideas, norms, and traditions from wherever they found them, rather than to stick to a single rigid tradition.

individual


In many cases, the company will put aside a pool of money that each individual can spend on these options, such as $3,000 annually.

Another individual might purchase additional life insurance or medical coverage to meet his or her specific needs.

This communication or self-disclosure helps in generating data and such an individual has more of an open and public self than private self.

innovative


Thus, we find that the time between the first and second stages of the innovative cycle―between idea and application―has been cut radically.

installing


The moral deficiency (not recycling) is, in your view, balanced by a moral action (installing energy¬-efficient bulbs).

instinct


Other animals that engage strangers in ritualized aggression do so largely by instinct.

institute


In that case, you may decide to organize a carpool among people who use downtown parking lots and institute a daytime local taxi service using these privately owned vehicles.

instructive


From the classic philosophers through Shakespeare to the works of Chekhov, Ibsen, and the great novels of the 19th century, exploring the emotions of sadness, longing, and depression has long been considered instructive.

insurance


Another individual might purchase additional life insurance or medical coverage to meet his or her specific needs.

At Lincoln Electric, for example, all payments for worker medical insurance come from the bonus pool.

intimate


And yet many will use email, at least sometimes, for intimate correspondence.

issued


The first English patent for a typewriter was issued in 1714, but another 150 years passed before typewriters were commercially available.

knowledge


People who communicate to others about themselves rather freely, who are frank and open, who express their views, opinions, knowledge, and feelings freely, and who share their knowledge and personal experiences with others can be considered as the self-disclosing type.

labor


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

lacks


Especially in pre¬modern times, most of the calories feeding an agricultural population came from a single crop―such as wheat, potatoes, or rice―that lacks some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional materials humans need.

largely


Other animals that engage strangers in ritualized aggression do so largely by instinct.

launch


Were this not the case, the food companies that launch new products each year would be wasting their money.

laundry


Before the washing machine was invented, people used washboards to scrub, or they carried their laundry to riverbanks and streams, where they beat and rubbed it against rocks.

least


And yet many will use email, at least sometimes, for intimate correspondence.

At least it is difficult for them to see themselves fully through the eyes of others and also they make limited impact on others.

locally


Gradually, over space and time, even these locally focused human activities are known to change the climate, regionally and globally.

malnutrition


The foragers' secret of success, which protected them from starvation and malnutrition, was their varied diet.

managed


It is only recently that a thriving industry promoting positivity has managed to remove this earlier and more balanced view of human affectivity.

material


One line of research suggests that how often you go over material is less critical than the depth of processing that you engage in.

In particular, it is useful to make material personally meaningful.

meaningful


In particular, it is useful to make material personally meaningful.

measures


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

mechanical


With its electrical and mechanical system, the washing machine is one of the most technologically advanced examples of a large household appliance.

Compared with the old washers that squeezed out excess water by feeding clothes through rollers, modern washers are indeed an electrical-mechanical phenomenon.

minerals


Especially in pre¬modern times, most of the calories feeding an agricultural population came from a single crop―such as wheat, potatoes, or rice―that lacks some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional materials humans need.

mobile


Local climate changes may also be caused when air pollutants are emitted by the structures' incinerators, by stationary and mobile engines, and during land-¬clearing activities.

modify


For example, changes in land cover and use, such as replacing forest with resort buildings and other structures, can modify the local climate.

moral


Research suggests that when we view ourselves as morally deficient in one part of our lives, we search for moral actions that will balance out the scale.

The moral deficiency (not recycling) is, in your view, balanced by a moral action (installing energy¬-efficient bulbs).

morality


Life is a balancing act, and so is our sense of morality.

morally


Research suggests that when we view ourselves as morally deficient in one part of our lives, we search for moral actions that will balance out the scale.

If we believe we are doing enough, morally speaking, then there's little reason to do more.

mowed


For example, in 1836, a machine was invented that mowed, threshed, and tied straw into bundles and poured grain into sacks.

mushrooms


The peasant's ancient ancestor, the forager, may have eaten berries and mushrooms for breakfast; fruits and snails for lunch; and rabbit steak with wild onions for dinner.

negative


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

norms


Since the imperial vision tends to be universal and inclusive, it was relatively easy for imperial elites to adopt ideas, norms, and traditions from wherever they found them, rather than to stick to a single rigid tradition.

notice


One day you happen to be walking through a hardware store and notice a rack of energy-efficient light bulbs, and you instantly decide to buy twenty of them and change out every bulb in your house.

novels


From the classic philosophers through Shakespeare to the works of Chekhov, Ibsen, and the great novels of the 19th century, exploring the emotions of sadness, longing, and depression has long been considered instructive.

numerous


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

nutrients


This variety ensured that the ancient foragers received all the necessary nutrients.

nutritional


Especially in pre¬modern times, most of the calories feeding an agricultural population came from a single crop―such as wheat, potatoes, or rice―that lacks some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional materials humans need.

opinions


People who communicate to others about themselves rather freely, who are frank and open, who express their views, opinions, knowledge, and feelings freely, and who share their knowledge and personal experiences with others can be considered as the self-disclosing type.

opportunity


Without an optimal amount of self-disclosure we deny an opportunity for others to know us and for ourselves to get appropriate feedback.

opposing


To get into a game with the strangers we find in the schoolyard on any given afternoon, we not only have to work in concert with ten teammates we may never have met before, we also need to know that the eleven players on the opposing team are playing by the same rules.

optimal


Without an optimal amount of self-disclosure we deny an opportunity for others to know us and for ourselves to get appropriate feedback.

options


In many cases, the company will put aside a pool of money that each individual can spend on these options, such as $3,000 annually.

organization


Corporations also may be concerned about allocating the resources needed to set up such programs, or perhaps they fear that facilitating employees' engagement elsewhere may weaken their commitment to the organization or their jobs.

organize


In that case, you may decide to organize a carpool among people who use downtown parking lots and institute a daytime local taxi service using these privately owned vehicles.

originally


Thus, you solve the problem not as you originally posed it but as you later reconceived it.

participating


Research shows that participating in corporate volunteer activity heightens rather than weakens employees' organizational commitment, in part because people feel a sense of self-worth when they do the good deeds that their organizations made it easier for them to do.

participation


Some organizations may be reluctant to facilitate their employees' participation in volunteer activities.

particular


In particular, it is useful to make material personally meaningful.

Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

patent


The first English patent for a typewriter was issued in 1714, but another 150 years passed before typewriters were commercially available.

payments


At Lincoln Electric, for example, all payments for worker medical insurance come from the bonus pool.

peasant


The typical peasant in traditional China ate rice for breakfast, rice for lunch, and rice for dinner.

The peasant's ancient ancestor, the forager, may have eaten berries and mushrooms for breakfast; fruits and snails for lunch; and rabbit steak with wild onions for dinner.

penalty


True, it produced legs for kicking and elbows for fouling, but all that this enables us to do is perhaps practice penalty kicks alone.

personal


People who communicate to others about themselves rather freely, who are frank and open, who express their views, opinions, knowledge, and feelings freely, and who share their knowledge and personal experiences with others can be considered as the self-disclosing type.

personality


For example, if you're reading in your psychology text about the personality trait of confidence, you can think about which people you know who are particularly confident and why you would characterize them as being that way.

personally


In particular, it is useful to make material personally meaningful.

phenomenon


Compared with the old washers that squeezed out excess water by feeding clothes through rollers, modern washers are indeed an electrical-mechanical phenomenon.

philosophers


From the classic philosophers through Shakespeare to the works of Chekhov, Ibsen, and the great novels of the 19th century, exploring the emotions of sadness, longing, and depression has long been considered instructive.

pollutants


Local climate changes may also be caused when air pollutants are emitted by the structures' incinerators, by stationary and mobile engines, and during land-¬clearing activities.

population


Especially in pre¬modern times, most of the calories feeding an agricultural population came from a single crop―such as wheat, potatoes, or rice―that lacks some of the vitamins, minerals, and other nutritional materials humans need.

posed


Most of us have problems that have been posed to us (e.g., assignments from our supervisors).

Thus, you solve the problem not as you originally posed it but as you later reconceived it.

positive


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

positivity


It is only recently that a thriving industry promoting positivity has managed to remove this earlier and more balanced view of human affectivity.

preferences


Changing our food habits is one of the hardest things we can do, because the impulses governing our preferences are often hidden, even from ourselves.

From both sides of the wall, these German housewives showed a remarkable flexibility in their food preferences.

preferred


It didn't take long for those from the East to realize that they preferred Western yogurt to their own.

prevents


The gap between the reality of online life and how we experience it prevents our discussion of Internet privacy.

previous


Yet some degree of sadness and depression has been far more accepted in previous historical ages than is the case today.

privacy


The gap between the reality of online life and how we experience it prevents our discussion of Internet privacy.

privately


In that case, you may decide to organize a carpool among people who use downtown parking lots and institute a daytime local taxi service using these privately owned vehicles.

proceeds


The term cafeteria is used because choices are similar to those in a cafeteria, in which a diner proceeds down the line and chooses those foods that he or she would like and leaves the others.

process


It is not that we are more eager or more ambitious than our ancestors but that we have, over time, invented all sorts of social devices to hasten the process.

products


Were this not the case, the food companies that launch new products each year would be wasting their money.

After the fall of the Berlin Wall, housewives from East and West Germany tried each other's food products for the first time in decades.

profession


Much of the psychology profession is employed in managing and relieving sadness.

promote


Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

provide


Some companies provide their employees with cafeteria incentive programs.

psychology


For example, if you're reading in your psychology text about the personality trait of confidence, you can think about which people you know who are particularly confident and why you would characterize them as being that way.

Much of the psychology profession is employed in managing and relieving sadness.

purchase


Another individual might purchase additional life insurance or medical coverage to meet his or her specific needs.

purify


While some emperors sought to purify their cultures and return to what they viewed as their roots, for the most part empires have produced hybrid civilizations that absorbed much from their subject peoples.

rack


One day you happen to be walking through a hardware store and notice a rack of energy-efficient light bulbs, and you instantly decide to buy twenty of them and change out every bulb in your house.

radically


Thus, we find that the time between the first and second stages of the innovative cycle―between idea and application―has been cut radically.

rate


Scientific discoveries are being brought to fruition at a faster rate than ever before.

reality


The gap between the reality of online life and how we experience it prevents our discussion of Internet privacy.

More generally, the experience of the net undermines the reality of the net.

rebellion


In the imperial United States, an American president of Kenyan blood can eat Italian pizza while watching his favorite film, Lawrence of Arabia, a British epic about the Arab rebellion against the Turks.

received


This variety ensured that the ancient foragers received all the necessary nutrients.

recognize


But we also recognize problems on our own (e.g., the need for additional parking space in the city where you work).

reconceived


Thus, you solve the problem not as you originally posed it but as you later reconceived it.

recycling


Maybe you know you should be recycling but just never get around to gathering up your glass, paper, and plastics in time for the recycling truck.

The moral deficiency (not recycling) is, in your view, balanced by a moral action (installing energy¬-efficient bulbs).

redefine


However, in order to solve this problem creatively, it may be useful to redefine it as a problem of too many vehicles requiring a space to sit in during the workday.

regionally


Gradually, over space and time, even these locally focused human activities are known to change the climate, regionally and globally.

regularly


By contrast, ancient foragers regularly ate dozens of different foodstuffs.

regulates


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

relate


When you read your textbooks, try to relate information to your own life and experience.

relatively


Since the imperial vision tends to be universal and inclusive, it was relatively easy for imperial elites to adopt ideas, norms, and traditions from wherever they found them, rather than to stick to a single rigid tradition.

relieving


Much of the psychology profession is employed in managing and relieving sadness.

reluctant


Some organizations may be reluctant to facilitate their employees' participation in volunteer activities.

remarkable


From both sides of the wall, these German housewives showed a remarkable flexibility in their food preferences.

repetition


Many students could probably benefit if they spent less time on rote repetition and more on actually paying attention to and analyzing the meaning of their reading assignments.

replacing


For example, changes in land cover and use, such as replacing forest with resort buildings and other structures, can modify the local climate.

requires


It not only cleans clothes, but it does so with far less water, detergent, and energy than washing by hand requires.

resort


For example, changes in land cover and use, such as replacing forest with resort buildings and other structures, can modify the local climate.

resources


Corporations also may be concerned about allocating the resources needed to set up such programs, or perhaps they fear that facilitating employees' engagement elsewhere may weaken their commitment to the organization or their jobs.

rigid


Since the imperial vision tends to be universal and inclusive, it was relatively easy for imperial elites to adopt ideas, norms, and traditions from wherever they found them, rather than to stick to a single rigid tradition.

rinses


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

ritualized


Other animals that engage strangers in ritualized aggression do so largely by instinct.

riverbanks


Before the washing machine was invented, people used washboards to scrub, or they carried their laundry to riverbanks and streams, where they beat and rubbed it against rocks.

rote


Many students could probably benefit if they spent less time on rote repetition and more on actually paying attention to and analyzing the meaning of their reading assignments.

sacks


For example, in 1836, a machine was invented that mowed, threshed, and tied straw into bundles and poured grain into sacks.

sadness


Sadness in our culture is often considered an unnecessary and undesirable emotion.

Numerous self-help books promote the benefits of positive thinking and positive behaviors, assigning negative affect in general, and sadness in particular, to the category of "problem emotions" that need to be eliminated.

Much of the psychology profession is employed in managing and relieving sadness.

Yet some degree of sadness and depression has been far more accepted in previous historical ages than is the case today.

From the classic philosophers through Shakespeare to the works of Chekhov, Ibsen, and the great novels of the 19th century, exploring the emotions of sadness, longing, and depression has long been considered instructive.

scale


They work together with more global scale forces such as those related to emissions from aircraft carrying tourists to and from their destinations.

Research suggests that when we view ourselves as morally deficient in one part of our lives, we search for moral actions that will balance out the scale.

The scale is already level.

scope


After identifying the existence of a problem, we must define its scope and goals.

scrub


Before the washing machine was invented, people used washboards to scrub, or they carried their laundry to riverbanks and streams, where they beat and rubbed it against rocks.

seldom


The cultural ideas spread by empire were seldom the exclusive creation of the ruling elite.

similar


The term cafeteria is used because choices are similar to those in a cafeteria, in which a diner proceeds down the line and chooses those foods that he or she would like and leaves the others.

skills


Whether you're nine or ninety years old, you should constantly be learning, improving your skills, and getting better at what you do.

social


It is not that we are more eager or more ambitious than our ancestors but that we have, over time, invented all sorts of social devices to hasten the process.

sorts


It is not that we are more eager or more ambitious than our ancestors but that we have, over time, invented all sorts of social devices to hasten the process.

sought


While some emperors sought to purify their cultures and return to what they viewed as their roots, for the most part empires have produced hybrid civilizations that absorbed much from their subject peoples.

spatial


As with other human activities, there are many ways and spatial scales at which tourism contributes to climate change.

specific


Another individual might purchase additional life insurance or medical coverage to meet his or her specific needs.

spin


Such backbreaking labor is still commonplace in parts of the world, but for most homeowners the work is now done by a machine that automatically regulates water temperature, measures out the detergent, washes, rinses, and spin-dries.

squeezed


Compared with the old washers that squeezed out excess water by feeding clothes through rollers, modern washers are indeed an electrical-mechanical phenomenon.

stages


Thus, we find that the time between the first and second stages of the innovative cycle―between idea and application―has been cut radically.

starvation


The foragers' secret of success, which protected them from starvation and malnutrition, was their varied diet.

stationary


Local climate changes may also be caused when air pollutants are emitted by the structures' incinerators, by stationary and mobile engines, and during land-¬clearing activities.

structures


For example, changes in land cover and use, such as replacing forest with resort buildings and other structures, can modify the local climate.

Local climate changes may also be caused when air pollutants are emitted by the structures' incinerators, by stationary and mobile engines, and during land-¬clearing activities.

suffer


Too many people suffer from destination disease.

supervisors


Most of us have problems that have been posed to us (e.g., assignments from our supervisors).

technologically


With its electrical and mechanical system, the washing machine is one of the most technologically advanced examples of a large household appliance.

technology


The machine was based on technology that even then was twenty years old, but it was not until 1930 that such a machine actually was marketed.

term


The term cafeteria is used because choices are similar to those in a cafeteria, in which a diner proceeds down the line and chooses those foods that he or she would like and leaves the others.

text


For example, if you're reading in your psychology text about the personality trait of confidence, you can think about which people you know who are particularly confident and why you would characterize them as being that way.

threshed


For example, in 1836, a machine was invented that mowed, threshed, and tied straw into bundles and poured grain into sacks.

thriving


It is only recently that a thriving industry promoting positivity has managed to remove this earlier and more balanced view of human affectivity.

tourism


Tourism is one of many contributors to changes in the climate system.

As with other human activities, there are many ways and spatial scales at which tourism contributes to climate change.

tradition


Since the imperial vision tends to be universal and inclusive, it was relatively easy for imperial elites to adopt ideas, norms, and traditions from wherever they found them, rather than to stick to a single rigid tradition.

trait


For example, if you're reading in your psychology text about the personality trait of confidence, you can think about which people you know who are particularly confident and why you would characterize them as being that way.

truth


The seeming ephemerality of what is on the screen masks the truth: What you write is not erasable.

tumble


Puppies throughout the world have the rules for rough-and-tumble play built into their genes.

type


The employees decide what type of coverage they want and the cost is deducted from their bonus.

People who communicate to others about themselves rather freely, who are frank and open, who express their views, opinions, knowledge, and feelings freely, and who share their knowledge and personal experiences with others can be considered as the self-disclosing type.

typewriter


The first English patent for a typewriter was issued in 1714, but another 150 years passed before typewriters were commercially available.

typical


The typical peasant in traditional China ate rice for breakfast, rice for lunch, and rice for dinner.

unbalanced


Farmers tend to eat a very limited and unbalanced diet.

undermines


More generally, the experience of the net undermines the reality of the net.

undesirable


Sadness in our culture is often considered an unnecessary and undesirable emotion.

universal


Since the imperial vision tends to be universal and inclusive, it was relatively easy for imperial elites to adopt ideas, norms, and traditions from wherever they found them, rather than to stick to a single rigid tradition.

unnecessary


Sadness in our culture is often considered an unnecessary and undesirable emotion.

unthinkable


Today, such delays between ideas and application are almost unthinkable.

varied


The foragers' secret of success, which protected them from starvation and malnutrition, was their varied diet.

variety


Cafeteria incentives take a variety of forms.

This variety ensured that the ancient foragers received all the necessary nutrients.

vehicles


However, in order to solve this problem creatively, it may be useful to redefine it as a problem of too many vehicles requiring a space to sit in during the workday.

In that case, you may decide to organize a carpool among people who use downtown parking lots and institute a daytime local taxi service using these privately owned vehicles.

vision


Since the imperial vision tends to be universal and inclusive, it was relatively easy for imperial elites to adopt ideas, norms, and traditions from wherever they found them, rather than to stick to a single rigid tradition.

volunteer


Some organizations may be reluctant to facilitate their employees' participation in volunteer activities.

If employees want to do volunteer activity, they can make their own arrangements and do so on their own time.

Research shows that participating in corporate volunteer activity heightens rather than weakens employees' organizational commitment, in part because people feel a sense of self-worth when they do the good deeds that their organizations made it easier for them to do.

weaken


Corporations also may be concerned about allocating the resources needed to set up such programs, or perhaps they fear that facilitating employees' engagement elsewhere may weaken their commitment to the organization or their jobs.

worth


Research shows that participating in corporate volunteer activity heightens rather than weakens employees' organizational commitment, in part because people feel a sense of self-worth when they do the good deeds that their organizations made it easier for them to do.

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