#INFOgraphic > Dealing With Disappointment: The truth is the psychologists have not managed to delve into the mechanism that begets the feeling of disappointment. However, here you find what is known so far and some techniques that will help you deal with this situation. > http://infographicsmania.com/dealing-with-disappointment/?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=INFOGRAPHICSMANIA&utm_campaign=SNAP
▶ Psychological Research - Crash Course Psychology - YouTube - One of my favorite series so far.-- I should post this since people often do not comprehend the studies and research. It's a lot more than just sitting and watching some one.
This is the formatting of an empirical research article... If you are reading a research article and it does not have this formatting, then it is not empirical and you will loose points on your paper...
The "gift" doesn't even necessarily have to be extravagant. For example: for waiters and waitresses, just giving mints at the end of a meal can increase your tip by over 20%. That being said, it's not as simple as tossing a few candies onto the table and leaving. In a study published in the Journal of Applied Social Psychology, researchers found that the method of leaving mints at the end of a meal affects the percentage of increased tips.