In a revolutionary discovery, new research from Stanford University published on May 28, 2015 reports that the cerebellum may be the seat of creativity. Traditionally, the “right brain” has been considered the seat of human creativity. The breakthrough study from Stanford literally turns our concepts of creativity upside-down by putting the cerebellum (link is external) (Latin: little brain) in the spotlight as a prime driving force of the creative process.

Source: The Cerebellum May Be the Seat of Creativity | Psychology Today

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The increasing popularity of social networking websites such as Facebook has affected how we interact with one another, and that includes how we communicate with our romantic partners. Initiating the courting process has gone from bravely asking a person out to dinner on their doorstep to simply instant messaging the person or even liking their profile picture. While it is evident that Facebook has influenced that change, you may wonder if that change is for better or worse. So let’s examine the ups and dow

Source: How Facebook Affects Our Relationships | Psychology Today

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RMG has released the first of its new Recruitment Insider Survey, a quarterly based project aimed at the Great China region with the intention of helping people know more details about the recruitment performance in the region. Data is collected from 10 different types of the company in  more than 10 cities and across 20 industries. The results come from HR managers, line managers or people at a higher level and these give an insight into hiring headcounts, salary package, salary rise, employing demand, etc.

Source: China is focus of industry report from recruiters. | RMG Reports | The Global Recruiter Magazine

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