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On Innovation: What Makes People Creative

On Innovation: What Makes People Creative

There is also intrinsic motivation, which is when you do something simply because you enjoy it and would do it anyway if you didn’t get anything out of it other than joy and satisfaction. And we know that intrinsic motivation has some advantages.

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Trudeau's Win in a Divided Canada

There has been a certain unCanadian behaviour during this election, which makes it understandable that Trudeau is in a pit of his own digging, as his failure to ensure a majority also asserts his political defeat and a depletion of his political capital.

How Feasible is an EU Army?

How Feasible is an EU Army?

The idea of common defence, one attacked by some critics of the EU as evidence of fomenting nationalism building, has a long and chequered history. It dates back to the 1990s and the Yugoslav Wars. A joint 1998 statement by France’s then president Jacques Chirac and British prime minister Tony Blair declared that the EU “must have the capacity for autonomous action, backed up by credible military forces”, an assertion which fits Emmanuel Macron very well today.

Market and Society of Education 

Market and Society of Education 

Similar situations arise when democratic institutions start to fail in a society and teachers, intellectuals become slaves of power or whose thinking is limited only to their own benefit.  Without theoretical, ideological and empirical research, any article is like a public discussion.

Leading Life with Learning Disabilities

Leading Life with Learning Disabilities

Despite having a healthy home atmosphere, availability of competitive teachers and student friendly curriculum, if your child still has issues with learning in at least one subject, then you need to get your child assessed for the presence of a learning disability.

Arba’een and Shia Spirituality

Arba’een and Shia Spirituality

Arba’een is distinctively Shia spirituality, however Sunnis, even Christians, Yazidis, and Zoroastrians partake in both the pilgrimage as well as serving of devotees. In recent years, Archbishop of Tibilisi Malkhaz has participated in the walk.

Tic Disorder — What are they and How We Treat Them 

Tic Disorder — What are they and How We Treat Them 

Tics include excessive blinking, wrinkling the nose, or grimacing, jerking or slamming the head, clicking the fingers, coughing, grunting, or sniffing repeating a sound or phrase — this may be something vulgar or objectionable in a limited percentage of cases.

In History and Memory: Hadowun Hospital

In History and Memory: Hadowun Hospital

There is a folklore associated with this hospital. It is said that Sir. Hadow had a son who had some rare congenital anomaly. After years of treatment by the best doctors in the world, his son could not be saved. This incident moved Sir Hadow and he donated the location for the hospital along with raising funds for it.

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