• EsterategihayeMovafaghiyatVaHerfeieshodanDarKasbVaKar.[taliem.ir]

    ۸استراتژی برای موفقیت و حرفه ای شدن در کسب و کار

    تومان

    در حال حاضر موفق شدن شاید نیاز به خیلی از اصول مهم و اساسی باشد که هر کسی باید آن را در کار استفاده کند ما آنچه که مهم تر است راه رسیدن به موفقیت و پیمودن این مسیر خواهد بود. حرفه ای شدن و موفقیت در آینده را باید از خودتان شروع کنید اطمینان از اینکه در مسیر پیشرفت هستید یا خیر ابتدا از جزئیات شروع شده و بعد به  مسائل مهمتر خواهد رسید داشتن یک مسیر شغلی موفق نیاز به افرادی دارد که موفق شدن را باور داشته باشند در اینجا ما استراتژی هایی را برای موفق بودن به شما معرفی می کنیم. ۱- روابط عمومی شما با دیگران چگونه است؟ آیا ارتباط کلامی خوبی دارید؟ صحبت کردن شما و گفت و گو با دیگران عامل مهمی در رسیدن به موفقیت است شما به عنوان کارمند با رییس خود چگونه ارتباط کلامی برقرار میکنید؟ یا به عنوان مدیر با کارمندان چگونه سخن میگویید. آنچه که بیش از همه در یک روز کاری به آن نیاز داریم کلام و صحبت است. ارتباط کلامی خوب با دیگران و جدی گرفتن کار از عوامل مهم موفق بودن است. احترام گذاشتن و برخورد مناسب شما با دیگران بسیار اثر گذار است. ۲- چه میزان برای کاری که انجام می دهید ارزش قائل می شوید؟ ارزش گذاری افراد روی کاری که انجام میدهند نشان از مسئولیت پذیری آنهاست. قطعا اگر کاری به درستی انجام نگیرد موفقیتی هم در کار نخواهد بود. ارزش گذاری شما روی کار و میل و علاقه به انجام کار در موفقیت بسیار اثر گذار است افراد موفق کار را با علاقه و میل انجام داده و تمام توجه خود را روی کار متمرکز می کنند. وقتی برای انجام کار ارزش قائل باشید همه ی تلاشتان این است که کار با موفقیت انجام شود. ۳- چقدر برای موفقیت مشتاقید؟ اگر اهداف کاری شما بلند مدت بوده و میخواهید در کارتان بیش از آنچه که در حال حاضر دارید را به دست بیاورید باید مشتاق فرصت های کاری جدید باشید به این معنا که کار خود را در صورت وجود ظرفیت ارتقا و توسعه دهید. حتی مشاوره یا راهنمایی به دیگران به شما در کسب تجربه ی بیشتر و در نهایت موفقیت های بیشتر کمک خواهد کرد. شما باید برای انجام کارهایی که در آن فرصت ارتقا و توسعه را به شما می دهد مشتاق باشید.

  • Abzare-Movafaghiat.[taliem.ir]

    ۹۵نکته طلایی مدیریت زمان وکسب وکار

    تومان

    سعی کنید توانمندی خودتان را افزایش دهید؛ در این صورت سریع تر به اهداف خود .خواهید رسید. این، یکی از  بهترین راه های مدیریت زمان است. در سال چند ساعت کار مفید دارید؟ ما فرض می کنیم که دو هزار ساعت درآمد آرمانی و معقول خود را، تقسیم بر این دو هزار ساعت کنید. این، نرخ ساعتی شماست. اگر کمتر از این کسی به شما پیشنهاد بدهد، قبول نکنید. در ضمن این جوری، متوجه می شوید یک ساعت وقت تلف کردن، چقدر برایتان آب می خورد. <او سختکوش ترین فرد این جاست.> سعی کنید به جایی برسید که در محل یا سازمانی که کار می کنید، این را پشت سرتان بگویند. در این صورت، موفقیت شما حتمی است. معمولی ها، نصف وقت شان صرف  معاشرت های بی فایده و کارهای شخصی بی نتیجه می شود. شما هم یک انسان معمولی هستید؟ تعطیلات را خیلی جدی بگیرید؛ زمان تعطیلات هم اصلاا به کار فکر نکنید. هفته ای یک روز، چهار ماهی یک تعطیلات آخر هفته طولانی و سالی، دو هفته تعطیلات درست و حسابی برای خودتان کنار بگذارید. یادتان باشد، همیشه کیفیت  کارهایی که توسط شما انجام می شود، مهمتر از کمیت آنهاست. این اصل را هیچ وقت فراموش نکنید. از مدیریت زمان، اصلاا منزجر نباشید. فکر نکنید که دارد شما را محدود می کند. برعکس، مدیریت زمان فرصت بیشتری برای شما ایجاد می کند تا بیشتر با عزیزان خود باشید، و بیشتر به کارهایی که دوست شان دارید، بپردازید. مدت ها فکر می کردم که مدیریت زمان، یکی از اقمار زندگی من است؛ و زندگی من درست وقتی متحول شد که دانستم،  زندگی، یکی از اقمار مدیریت زمان است. یادتان باشد که وقت را نمی شود پس انداز کرد. فقط می توان آن را خرج یا سرمایه گذاری کرد. در غیر این صورت، وقت از بین می رود و نمی شود کاری کرد. ـــ توصیه هایی برای بهترین استفاده از زمان مدیریت زمان یاد گرفتنی است. با تمرین کردن، می تونید یادش بگیرید، می توانید آن را تبدیل به یک عادت کنید. مردم دو دسته اند: آنها که درگیر فعالیت های آرامش بخشند، آنها که درگیر فعالیت های هدفمند هستند.

  • A Finer Grained Approach-taliem-ir

    A Finer Grained Approach to Psychological Capital and Work Performance

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    Purpose Psychological capital is a set of personal resources comprised by hope, efficacy, optimism, and resilience, which previous research has supported as being valuable for general work performance. However, in todays organizations, a multidimensional approach is required to understanding work performance, thus, we aimed to determine whether psychological capital improves proficiency, adaptivity, and proactivity, and also whether hope, efficiency, resilience, and optimism have a differential contribution to the same outcomes. Analyzing the temporal meaning of each psychological capital dimension, this paper theorizes the relative weights of psychological capital dimensions on proficiency, adaptivity, and proactivity ,proposing also that higher relative weight dimensions are helpful to cope with job demands and perform well. Methodology Two survey studies, the first based on crosssectional data and the second on two waves of data, were conducted with employees from diverse organizations, who provided measures of their psychological capital, work performance, and job demands. Data was modeled with regression analysis together with relative weights analysis.

  • A State Of The Art Opinion Mining And Its[taliem.ir]

    A State Of The Art Opinion Mining And Its Application Domains

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    This paper critically evaluates existing work, presents an opinion mining framework and exposes new areas of research in opinion mining. Individuals, businesses and government can now easily know the general opinion  prevailing on a product, company or public policy. At the core of this field is semantic orientation of  subjective terms in documents or reviews which seeks to establish their contextual connotation through  opinion mining. Overall item sentiment can be expressed based on its sentiment words in general or by  specifically identifying its features and the opinions being expressed about them. This leads us to the  motivation of the framework for opinion mining and categorizing current literature in such a manner as to make clear, research opportunities. The freedom offered by the web as a platform for presenting opinions on any subject brings with it many new opportunities.

  • An exploration of the link-taliem-ir

    An exploration of the link between adult attachment and problematic Facebook use

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    Previous studies have reported on positive and negative psychological outcomes associated with the use of social networking sites (SNSs). Research efforts linking Facebook use with depression and low self-esteem have indicated that it might be the manner in which people engage with the site that makes its use problematic for some people. The aim of the current study was to test a theoretical model of problematic Facebook use, using adult attachment style as the predictor variable of interest. Method: A cross-sectional design was employed wherein adult Facebook users (n = 717) completed measures of psychological distress, self-esteem, and adult attachment, in addition to measures of problematic Facebook use (i.e. social comparison, self-disclosures, impression management, & intrusive Facebook use). Data were analysed using hierarchical multiple regression and mediation analyses. Results: The results of this study indicated that attachment anxiety was predictive of all facets of problematic Facebook use, and that attachment avoidance was predictive of impression management, and social consequences of intrusive Facebook use. Further analyses confirmed the mediating influences of psychological distress and selfesteem on these relationships. Conclusions: Users of Facebook with higher levels of attachment insecurity may be gravitating towards the site in order to fulfil their attachment needs. This tendency is likely to be particularly prevalent for those .individuals with low self-esteem who are experiencing psychological distress

  • Anger in the Classroom-taliem-ir

    Anger in the Classroom: How a Supposedly Negative Emotion Can Enhance Learning

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    There are times when teaching, despite how rewarding it can be, is an extraordinarily frustrating experience. It can be time-consuming and diffcult to do well, and even the best students do not always appreciate the hard work teachers put into their assignments and activities. Teachers are sometimes swamped with resource limitations that make it diffcult to achieve their learning outcomes, and even on their best days, they do not reach all the students they hope to reach. Plus, despite their best efforts, their innovative and grand plans for teaching do not always work, leaving them frustrated. As a psychologist who researches anger, I routinely come across people who feel that anger is a purely negative emotion. That, however, isn’t true. In fact, anger is usually a valuable emotional experience, as it alerts people to problems and energizes them to confront those problems (Deffenbacher 1996). In this chapter, I will draw upon my research on anger and my experiences as a college teacher of psychology to explore the reasons teachers become angry, the meaning of that anger, and how teachers can use the experience to motivate students and themselves toward better learning outcomes.

  • Archival research Expanding-taliem-ir

    Archival research: Expanding the methodological toolkit in social psychology

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    Laboratory experiments have many benefits and serve as a powerful tool for social psychology  research.However, relying too heavily on laboratory experiments leaves the entire discipline of social psychology vulnerable to the inherent limitations of laboratory research. We discuss the benefits of integrating archival research into the portfolio of tools for conducting social psychological research. Using four published examples, we discuss the benefits and limitations of conducting archival research. We also provide suggestions on how social psychological researchers can take advantage of the benefits while overcoming the weaknesses of archival research. Finally, we provide useful resources and  directions for utilizing archival data. We encourage socialpsychologists to increase the robustness of this scientific literature by supplementing laboratory experiments with archival research.

  • Art therapy improves mood-taliem-ir

    Art therapy improves mood, and reduces pain and anxiety when offered at bedside during acute hospital treatment

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    Art therapists can engage medical inpatients in the creation of art to encourage emotional and physical healing. Utilizing a chart review, the impact of art therapy sessions at the bedside with patients (N = 195) in a large urban teaching hospital was reviewed. The sample was predominantly female (n = 166) as more women than men agreed to participate in an art therapy session. As a routine part of regular clinical practice patients were asked to rate their perception of mood, anxiety, and pain using a 5-point faces scale before and after an art therapy session conducted by a registered art therapist. Multiple diagnoses were included in this chart review, making this study more representative of the variety of medical issues leading to hospitalization. Analysis of pre and post results demonstrated significant improvements in pain, mood, and anxiety levels of art therapy sessions for all patients regardless of gender, age, or diagnosis (all p < 0.001).

  • Association between mismatch-taliem-ir

    Association between mismatch negativity and voxel-based brain volume in schizophrenia

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    This study aimed to investigate the association between mismatch negativity (MMN) and volumes of several brain regions measured using a semi-automated method in patients with schizophrenia and healthy controls. Methods: MMN in response to duration deviants and magnetic resonance imaging were acquired from 36 schizophrenia patients and 14 healthy controls. FreeSurfer was used for volumetric analysis. MMN amplitudes, brain volumes and their association were compared between schizophrenia and controls. Correlation analysis and multiple linear regression analysis were used to examine the correlated variables of MMN. Results: MMN amplitude was significantly lower in the schizophrenia group. In schizophrenia, MMN was positively correlated with age and negatively correlated with left hippocampal and right pars opercularis volumes. The association between left hippocampal volume and MMN in schizophrenia remained significant after controlling for potential confounders. Conclusions: Smaller hippocampal volume may play a role in the abnormal manifestation of MMN in schizophrenia. Significance: The significant association between MMN and left hippocampal volume may suggest unique neurobiological contribution of hippocampus in auditory processing in schizophrenia.

  • Association between variations-taliem-ir

    Association between variations in the disrupted in schizophrenia 1 gene and schizophrenia: A meta-analysis

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    Schizophrenia is a severe psychiatric disorder. Genetic and functional studies have strongly implicated the disrupted in schizophrenia 1 gene (DISC1) as a candidate susceptibility gene for schizophrenia. Moreover, recent association studies have indicated that several DISC1 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) are associated with schizophrenia. However, the association is hardly replicate in different ethnic group. Here, we performed a meta-analysis of the association between DISC1  SNPs and schizophrenia in which the samples were divided into subgroups according to ethnicity. Both rs3738401 and rs821616 showed not significantly association with schizophrenia in the Caucasian, Asian, Japanese or Han Chinese populations.

  • Association between vitamin-taliem-ir

    Association between vitamin D deficiency and depression in Nepalese population

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    Recent studies link vitamin D deficiency with depression; however evidences from the Nepalese population are scarce. The current study explored the association between vitamin D deficiency and depression among 300 adults of 18 years and above age residing in eastern Nepal. Validated Nepali version of the Beck  Depression Inventory scale (BDI-Ia) was used to determine depressive symptoms and a BDI cutoff score of ≥ 20 was considered as clinically significant depression. Sociodemographic data were collected using semi- structured questionnaire. Blood samples were collected to measure serum 25-hydroxy vitamin D (25(OH)D) and classify vitamin D status (deficient, insufficient and sufficient). We used Chi-square test to identify the association of sociodemographic variables and vitamin D status with clinically significant depression. We found a significant association of gender, geographical location of residence, marital status, religion and vitamin D status with clinically significant depression. Binary logistic regression model was used to examine the likelihood of clinically significant depression among vitamin D deficient individuals. Vitamin D deficiency was significantly associated with increased odds of clinically significant depression even after adjusting for confounding variables. This finding suggests Vitamin D deficient people have increased odds of having clinically significant depression.

  • Authoritarian leadership-taliem-ir

    Authoritarian leadership and employee creativity: The moderating role of psychological capital and the mediating role of fear and defensive silence

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    Drawing from the transactional theory of stress, we examined the relationships between authoritarian  leadership, fear, defensive silence, and ultimately employee creativity. We also explored the moderating effect of employee psychological capital on these mediated relationships. We tested our hypothesized model in two studies of employee-supervisor dyads working in Africa (Nigeria; Study 1) and Asia (China; Study 2). The results of Study 1 revealed that the negative relationship between authoritarian leadership and creativity was mediated by employee defensive silence. Extending these findings in a three-wave study in Study 2, our results revealed a more complex relationship. Specifically, our results showed that both fear and defensive silence serially mediated the link between authoritarian leadership and employee creativity. In addition, we found that this mediated relationship was moderated by employee psychological capital such that the relationship was stronger when psychological capital was low (versus high). Implications for both theory and practice are discussed.

  • Classification of ADHD-taliem-ir

    Classification of ADHD with bi-objective optimization

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    Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common diseases in school aged  children. Inthis paper, we consider using fMRI data with classification techniques to aid the diagnosis of ADHD and propose a bi-objective ADHD classification scheme based on L1-norm support vector machine (SVM). In our classification model, two objectives, namely, the margin of separation and the empirical error are considered at the same time. Then the normal boundary intersection (NBI) method of Das and Dennis is used to solve the bi-objective optimization problem. A representative nondominated set which reflects the entire trade-off information between the two objectives is obtained. Each representative nondominated point in the set corresponds to an efficient classifier. Finally a decision maker can choose a final efficient classifier from the set according to the performance of each classifier. Our scheme avoids the trial and error process for regularization hyper-parameter selection. Experimental results show that our bi-objective optimization classification scheme for ADHD  diagnosisperforms considerably better than some traditional classification methods.

  • Communication satisfaction-taliem-ir

    Communication satisfaction and job satisfaction among critical care nurses and their impact on burnout and intention to leave: A questionnaire study

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    Objectives: To investigate the relationship between communication and job satisfaction and their association with intention to leave and burnout among intensive care unit nurses. Research methodology/design: A multicentre questionnaire study. Setting/participants: Intensive care nurses (n = 303) from three Flemish hospitals. Main outcome measures: Communication satisfaction assessed by the Communication Satisfaction Questionnaire, intention to leave through the Turnover Intention Scale (from the Questionnaire for the Perception and Assessment of Labour) and burnout by the Maslach Burnout Inventory. Job satisfaction was measured by a visual analogue scale. Results: Average job satisfaction was 7.66 ± 1.34/10. Nurses were most satisfied about ‘Communication with supervisor’ (68.46%), and most dissatisfied about ‘Organisational perspectives’ (34.12%). Turnover intention was low among 49.5% (150/290) and high among 6.6%  (20/290). Three percent (9/299) of intensive care nurses were at risk for burnout. All dimensions of communication satisfaction were moderately associated with job satisfaction, intention to leave and burnout. Conclusion: This study demonstrated high levels of communication and job satisfaction in a sample of nurses in Flanders. Intention to leave and burnout prevalence were low. To a certain extent, communication satisfaction might be associated with job satisfaction, intention to leave and burnout.

  • Complementary Health Practices-taliem-ir

    Complementary Health Practices for Treating Perinatal Depression

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    Approximately 14% to 23% of women develop depression during pregnancy and up to 16.7% develop depression within 3 months postdelivery.1 Perinatal depression (PND) is underdiagnosed and few women receive treatment.2 Untreated PND is associated with functional impairment and adverse health  outcomes for mother and child,including obstetric and neonatal complications3 and a broad negative impact on child development.4 Maternal suicide is the leading cause of maternal death occurring within 1 year postpartum.5 Fortunately, safe and effective treatment options exist, including psychotherapy6 and antidepressants.7 However, an understanding of complementary health  practices (CHPs) is important, because perinatal women mayinquire about nonpharmacologic treatments. CHPs include a diverse range of practices that are developed outside of mainstream Western medicine. Most CHPs fall into two categories: natural products or mind and body practices. Natural products, including herbs, vitamins, minerals, and probiotics, are the most widely used CHP in the United States. Mind and body practices include techniques that are typically administered or taught by a practitioner. Physical activity interventions may also be conceptualized as a form of CHP. In general, women suffer from disorders, such as depression and anxiety, more often than men, for which CHPs are commonly pursued.8 Despite growing popularity of CHP, research is limited. In light of their increased use, we reviewed literature on CHPs for PND. We included specific approaches (ie, omega-3 fatty acids [O-3FA], folate, vitamin D, selenium, zinc, magnesium, B vitamins, physical activity, yoga) based on prevalence of use and availability of evidence from randomized controlled trials (RCT) in PND. In the absence of RCT evidence in PND, we included data from nonrandomized trials and studies addressing impact of these approaches on depressive symptoms within nonclinical populations.