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摘要:笔体学旨在研究人的笔迹以提示人的性格。虽然大多数科学家称之为伪科学,笔体学在欧洲仍然流行。美国有些公司在雇佣员工时也要征求笔体学家的意见。Graphology is the study of a person’s handwriting to reveal something about his or her personality. Although most scientists regard graphology as a pseudoscience, its practice is widesp in Europe. Many American business firms consult graphologists for advice about which people to hire.Some principles of graphology are true. For example, handwriting can show whether a person is sick, old, or nervous. But most of the other principles of graphology lack scientific proof. For example, graphologists claim that lines slanting upward indicate high spirits, and that lines slanting downward show low spirits. The serious study of the relationship between handwriting and personality has been more widesp in Europe than in other places in the world. In the last 19th century, the French psychologist Alfred Binet tested seven graphologists. He asked them to distinguish writing samples of average man. All the graphologists performed better than expected, and one scored correctly on 92 per cent of the cases. But most other attempts to prove the exact relationships between personality and handwriting have not been successful.Though graphology probably has limited value, many psychologists consider the study of handwriting a useful method to obtain information about a patient’s personality without asking direct questions about it. Several universities in Europe still teach graphology courses now. /200905/70329上饶哪家埋线双眼皮好Unhappy marriage? Blame the kids, claims eight-year studyIt may not come as a surprise to parents, but having children really does impinge on marital bliss.Nine in ten couples suffer a downturn in 'marital satisfaction' once the first child is born, according to an eight-year study.And relationship and stress problems are worse for those who live together before getting married and starting a family.The findings will ring true for millions of parents who found everything from their finances to their sex lives suddenly changed with a new arrival.But the researchers insist the findings should not be seen as a reason to remain childless as bringing children into the world can bring a 'whole dimension of family happiness'.Psychologists at the universities of Denver and Texas examined the marriages of around 220 couples over an eight-year period.They found 90 per cent suffered what they called a 'decrease in marital satisfaction' after the birth of a child.Childless couples suffered the same problems - only a little later, explained Denver University psychology professor Scott Stanley.He said: 'Couples who do not have children also show diminished marital quality over time.However, having a baby accelerates the deterioration, especially seen during periods of adjustment right after the birth of a child.'The research, published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, found relationship problems were worse for those who had lived together first - possibly because long-established shared routines are more disrupted by new arrivals /200904/66929铅山县开个眼角多少钱Last week, I sent an e-mail to a friend who had just lost his job. “I’m so sorry,” I wrote. “Your bosses are morons to have got rid of such a genius as you. I can only suppose a queue will shortly stretch round the block as less brain-dead employers clamour to take you on. Hope you are OK.”The e-mail was heartfelt except for one word, and that was “shortly”. I don’t expect a queue to form for my friend shortly. Even geniuses are not getting snapped up quickly – unless they happen to be security guards, social workers, accountants or teachers.In a trice, I had a message back. He said he had had a brief panic about the mortgage and school fees but otherwise was really rather cheerful. Indeed, he was in such high spirits that he even sent me a funny anecdote*.I could not help comparing the tone of his message with one that I got the very same afternoon from another friend who works for a company that has also been celebrating Christmas with some savage job cuts. Never, she said, had her morale been as bad. The weight of work was crippling as she was now doing the jobs of three people. There was talk of pay cuts. The office was spookily quiet, too; since most of her friends had been sacked, there wasn’t even anyone around to moan to. Worst of all was the fear that her job would be next.It is tempting to conclude from these two messages that, if there is one thing worse for hitherto successful, well-paid people than being fired, it is not being fired. Those who have been axed don’t need to take the sacking personally, and not working in the days before Christmas can be rather jolly. Whereas for those who have not been fired, the not-so-festive season this year is an orgy of fear and drudgery.There might be some truth in this now but it is not going to stay true for long. The grimness of the unemployed will get worse as no queues form to take them on, while the grimness of those in work will, in time, start to recede. This is not because the economy will improve – it is because the grimness itself will bring on a sounder and altogether more realistic approach to work.Over the past decade, the rich, professional classes have developed an increasingly unhealthy attitude to their jobs. We took our jobs and our fat salaries for granted and felt aggrieved if our bonuses were not even bigger than the year before. We demanded that the work be interesting in itself and, even more dangerously and preposterously, that it should have meaning.The result of all these demands was, of course, dissatisfaction. We had climbed to the very top of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs and discovered that, at the top of the pyramid, the air was very thin indeed. As an agony aunt, I found that by far the most common problem ers submitted came from rich and senior professionals who had all their basic needs more than catered for, leaving their souls in torment. Help me, I’m bored, they cried. Or, worse: what does my work mean?In the past few months, anguish of this sort has vanished. When one’s job is at risk and one’s savings are a shadow of their former selves, the search for meaning at work is meaningless. The point of a job becomes rather more basic: to feed and house (and, at a pinch, to educate) one’s family and oneself. If we can do this, then anything we manage over and above this is a bonus. Once expectations have fully adjusted to this new reality and we see earning money as the main reason for work, greater satisfaction will follow.Low expectations have an awful lot to be said for them. In surveys women turn out to be more satisfied at work than men, in spite of earning less for the same jobs and doing most of the work at home too. The reason is simple: women’s expectations of working life are lower. Similarly, Denmark is the happiest country in the world in spite of having a cold, dark climate and a top tax rate of 68 per cent. The stoical Danes do not expect so much of life and, expecting less, find what little they have rather nice.Climbing down Maslow’s pyramid is painful and progress is slow. However, there is something that managers can do to make the descent a little less grim. The easiest and cheapest way of cheering up demoralised workers is to tell them that they are doing a great job. It is one of the great mysteries of office life why most managers are so resistant to this when it does not cost one penny. Here is all they have to do: pick people off one by one (to do it in groups is lazy and quite spoils the impact) and say thank you and well done, and look as if they mean it.* For anyone who needs further cheering, here is the anecdote of my sacked friend, who heard it from someone who works at the school that Paul McCartney’s child attends. At a recent parents’ evening, Heather Mills was told that her daughter was rather good at the recorder. Ms Mills apparently replied: “She gets that from me.” /200901/60602美国研究人员于本周一称,对某些“脆弱”的人来说,愤怒以其它强烈的情绪会触发可能致命的心律失常。此前的研究表明,地震、战争甚至输掉一场世界杯足球赛都会增加心源性猝死的几率。心源性猝死是一种由心脏突然停止供血而引发的死亡。位于美国康涅狄格州纽哈芬市的耶鲁大学的雷切尔?朗佩特士说:“各种据表明,当某一人群所受压力较大时,该群体的猝死率会上升。”她的这项研究成果在《美国心脏病学会》期刊上发表。Anger and other strong emotions can trigger potentially deadly heart rhythms in certain vulnerable people, US researchers said on Monday.Previous studies have shown that earthquakes, war or even the loss of a World Cup Soccer match can increase rates of death from sudden cardiac arrest, in which the heart stops circulating blood."It's definitely been shown in all different ways that when you put a whole population under a stressor that sudden death will increase," said Dr. Rachel Lampert of Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, whose study appears in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology."Our study starts to look at how does this really affect the electrical system of the heart," Lampert said.She and colleagues studied 62 patients with heart disease and implantable heart defibrillators or ICDs that can detect dangerous heart rhythms or arrhythmias and deliver an electrical shock to restore a normal heart beat."These were people we know aly had some vulnerability to arrhythmia," Lampert said in a telephone interview.Patients in the study took part in an exercise in which they recounted a recent angry episode while Lampert's team did a test called T-Wave Alternans that measures electrical instability in the heart.Lampert said the team specifically asked questions to get people to relive the angry episode. "We found in the lab setting that yes, anger did increase this electrical instability in these patients," she said.Next, they followed patients for three years to see which patients later had a cardiac arrest and needed a shock from their implantable defibrillator."The people who had the highest anger-induced electrical instability were 10 times more likely than everyone else to have an arrhythmia in follow-up," she said.Lampert said the study suggests that anger can be deadly, at least for people who are aly vulnerable to this type of electrical disturbance in the heart."It says yes, anger really does impact the heart's electrical system in very specific ways that can lead to sudden death," she said. /200904/67124余干县做狐臭手术多少钱

铅山县整容医院哪家最好上饶市第五人民医院激光祛斑手术多少钱Iron beforehand. Iron your clothes to ensure they are wrinkle-free before putting them in your suitcase.  事先熨烫。先将衣熨一下,以确保它们在放进行李箱前没有褶皱。 /201007/108284Thousands of people flocked to temples across India on Monday following reports that idols of Hindu gods were drinking milk given by devotees as sacred offerings.Teenagers, adults and the aged stood in long lines with garlands and bowls of milk to feed the idols of Lord Shiva, Lord Krishna and the elephant-headed Lord Ganesha.Hundreds chanted hymns in the northern city of Lucknow and the eastern city of Kolkata andwent into hystericswhen the milk held against the idols disappeared."It is amazing, Lord Ganesha drank milk from my hands. Now he will answer all my prayers," said Surama Dasgupta, a middle-aged woman in Kolkata.The frenzy began late on Sunday in some northern cities and soon sp across the country, including the capital New Delhi, even as rationalists and non-believers called it mass hysteria.A similar mania gripped the country in 1995 when thousands of Hindus fed milk in spoons to marble idols of Lord Ganesha.That rumour sp across the globe and there were reports of Hindu deities drinking milk in London, New York and Italy."It is very natural for any stone idol to absorb any liquid and the older the stone the more it absorbs," M.P. Singh, a geology professor at Lucknow University, said.The "milk miracle" came days after thousands of people in the financial hub of Mumbai drank water from a murky Arabian Sea creek as they thought it had miraculously turned sweet and could cure illnesses.But police stepped in and stopped people after Mumbai's civic officials said the water could have temporarily lost itssalinitydue to pollution and inflow offreshwaterfrom a nearby source.周一,数千名印度民众涌向印度各大小寺庙,因为之前有消息称寺庙里的神像喝下了信徒们所供奉的牛奶。青少年、成年人以及老年人手持花环、端着牛奶,排着长队给湿婆神、克利须那神和加内什象鼻神的神像喂奶。喂给神像的牛奶消失之后,印度北部城市勒克瑙和东部城市加尔各答的数百名群众唱起圣歌,陷入疯狂状态。加尔各答一位名叫苏拉玛·达斯古普特的中年妇女说:“太神奇了,加内什神像喝了我手中的牛奶。所以,现在他一定会让我所有的祈求都实现。”上周日晚些时候这股狂热在印度北部的一些城市开始,之后迅速席卷印度全国,其中包括首都新德里,其势头正如唯理论者和非信徒所形容的"大癫狂"。1995年,印度也曾出现过一场类似的狂潮。当时,数千名印度人纷纷拿着勺子给加内什神大理石像喂奶。这个传闻当时传遍全世界,在伦敦、纽约和意大利都出现了有关印度神像会喝牛奶的报道。勒克瑙大学的地质学教授辛格议员说:"其实,石头神像吸收液体是个很自然的现象,而且,石头的年龄越长,吸收的液体会越多。"在“神像喝奶奇迹”发生数天之前,印度金融中心孟买有成千上万人去喝阿拉伯海的一条流里的浑水,他们认为这条流的水奇迹般地变甜了,喝了可以治病。之后,警方插手此事,阻止人们的这一举动。因为孟买的市政官员解释,是污染和附近水域淡水的注入导致海水的盐分可能暂时流失。Vocabulary:go into hysterics : 陷入疯狂状态salinity : 盐分;盐度freshwater : 淡水 /200809/47190上饶婺源县去除黄褐斑多少钱Do you really want to commit to a 4-year degree? While it can be intimidating to consider investing the time and money required to get a bachelor's degree, choosing the right degree could make it well worth your effort. Information on the following 8 careers is based on current projections by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), whose data indicate that these occupations will experience more growth than any others through 2016. Spend the next four years preparing for one of the following professions, and your job search could be a breeze.你真的想赴美学习并拿到4年的学位吗?虽然拿学士学位所需投入的时间和金钱会让你觉得工程浩大,但只要选对专业,你的努力都不会白费。 美国劳工统计局通过最新数据的分析归纳,刚刚公布了8种职业以及相关专业的信息。信息表明,在美国直到2016年之前,这8种职业会比其他任何职业都有更大的发展空间。用接下来的四年时间为以下这8种职业做准备,你将会发现找工作易如反掌。  1.Computer Software Engineer 计算机软件工程师  - Interested in math and computers? Embrace the nerd within while you learn to design, develop, test, and evaluate computer software and systems.  Get the Degree: A program in software engineering or computer science can help you learn the networking and programming basics to hold your own in this high-tech career.  Happily Ever After: BLS expects a whopping 325,000 new jobs for computer software engineers through 2016. Better still, the 2006 median wages for these IT gurus ranged between ,780 and ,370, depending on field of specialization.  对数学和电脑感兴趣?赶紧发挥你“书呆子”的一面,努力学习设计、开发、测试以及评估电脑软件和系统吧。  应读专业:软件工程或计算机科学专业的课程可以帮助你学到计算机网络和编程的基础,让你在这个高科技的职业道路上占领一席之地。  光明前景:美国劳工统计局预计到2016年为止,将会有325000个计算机软件工程师的巨大岗位需求。更好的是,根据领域的特殊化,这些IT高手们2006年的平均工资高达79780美金至85370美金不等。  2.Accountant 会计师  - Tax season may be over, but the demand for number-crunching geniuses in this field should last for years.  Get the Degree: Study accounting or business to prepare for a career as an accountant.  Happily Ever After: Employment of accountants and auditors is expected to grow to the tune of 226,000 new jobs, and median annual earnings in this field were ,630 in 2006.  尽管纳税季节已过,但对在这个领域里专门捣鼓数字的天才的需求还将持续好多年。  应读专业:学习会计学或者商科可为以后成为个会计做准备。  光明前景:在会计师和审计师的岗位上,将有226000个新工作机会。2006年,这个领域的平均年薪是54630美金。  3.Elementary Teacher 小学教师  - Consider the potential perks of a career in teaching: a pet gerbil in your 'office,' mandatory recess every day, and at least twenty children who think you're cool.  Get the Degree: Get your bachelor's degree from an accredited teacher education program, in which you learn how to plan a curriculum and manage a classroom.  Happily Ever After: Between 2006 and 2016, the need for elementary teachers will increase by 209,000. You probably won't get rich as a teacher but the summer vacations may be worth more than a six-figure salary.  试想一下做老师的好处:在办公室里养一只沙鼠做宠物,每天享受强制性的休息时间,以及至少有20个学生认为你很酷。  应读专业:在有认的正规师范教育系统读你的学位,学习如何进行课程计划和管理班级。  光明前景:在2006年至2016年间,对小学教师的需求将会增加209000个。作为一个教师的你也许不会一夜暴富,但能享受暑假可比一份六位数收入的工作还来得划算。 /200903/65058上饶漂眉

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