To See Who Holds The Power In Your Relationships, Check Your Old Emails

first_imgio9:Power dynamics are everywhere, from our personal relationships to our professional ones. Do you know where do you stand in yours? Here’s a little psychology experiment you can run at home. Finding out could be as simple as reading through your old e-mails.…I’m going to spend the next few paragraphs introducing this subject, partly to contextualize what it is we’re talking about, but also because it’s just a fascinating subject. What we’re dealing with here is language, specifically those parts of language that we often overlook, and how we use it.“The,” “this,” “a,” “and,” “an,” “there,” “that,” are all examples of what are called “function words.” You can think of them as the glue that bind together so-called “content words” – which convey information by denoting key people, places, things, and situations – into meaningful statements.There’s no question function words are important from a structural standpoint, but according to UT Austin psychologist James Pennebaker, they’re basically invisible to humans; as we read, or listen to someone speak, our brains tend to overlook them as we search for meaning in a statement’s meatier, more consequential content words. And that’s a shame, he says, because there’s a lot of information hidden in how we use function words.Read the whole story: i09 More of our Members in the Media >last_img read more

Lee closes in

first_img IN FIVE EASY PIECES WITH TAKE 5 GET THE BEST OF THE JAPAN TIMES YOKAWA, Hyogo Pref. – South Korean Lee Ji Hee zeroed in on her third title of the season when she produced a 3-under-par 69 Saturday, extending her overnight lead to four strokes heading into the final round of the Suntory Ladies Open.Two shots clear at the start of play, the 24-year-old from Seoul rolled in five birdies against two bogeys at the Japan Memorial Golf Club to put further daylight between herself and her nearest rivals.last_img

Five newcomers primed to break out for the Rebels

first_imgJavon PattersonJavon Patterson Tony BridgesTony BridgesInteractive graphic 5 Ole Miss newcomers primed for a breakout seasonD.J. Jones (93)D.J. Jones (93)OXFORD –Ole Miss returns 16 starters and even more contributors from last season’s nine-win team.That doesn’t exactly create many opportunities for first-year players to make an early impact. But a handful of newcomers — freshmen, redshirted players and juco transfers — likely clawed their way into some serious playing time this fall with standout performances during spring practices.Here is a look at the Rebels’ top five newcomers for this season. Breeland Speaks The former four-star recruit and Dandy Dozen selection redshirted during his freshman year, and Ole Miss isn’t in the situation where it needs Speaks to see serious playing time this season given its depth along the defensive line.But the 6-foot-3, 313-pounder is probably going to see his fair share of snaps this fall regardless after coaches lauded his development during spring practice.Speaks even drew some lofty comparisons from defensive coordinator Dave Wommack.“When you put No. 5 (Nkemdiche) and No. 9 (Speaks) in there, you can’t tell a whole lot of difference from just their body size,” Wommack said. “Breeland is going to get a lot of reps for us. Very athletic.”While he likely won’t start, Speaks will be thrown into the Rebels’ defensive tackle rotation that will include Nkemdiche, Issac Gross, Woodrow Hamilton, D.J. Jones and more. Javon Patterson The freshman early enrollee had a trial by fire of sorts during his first college practices this spring.Ole Miss was down to just eight healthy offensive linemen at one point this spring, so Patterson not only got his fair share of first-team reps right away, but took snaps with the second and third units as well.And he impressed.The former five-star offensive guard and Dandy Dozen selection likely garnered more praise from Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze than any other newcomer.Patterson’s continued development could go a long way in helping the Rebels this fall. The offensive line was a sore spot last season, giving up 31 sacks. There’s a good chance Patterson starts right away in attempts to fix that. Tony Bridges From a distance, he looks like Laquon Treadwell.He’s donning the same No. 1 jersey. He’s 6-foot, 185 pounds. Then you realize the player is jogging over to the defensive side of practice.There are plenty of reasons why Bridges was ranked the No. 4 overall juco prospect in the country when he signed with Ole Miss out of Gulf Coast in December, but primarily his size and physicality.Bridges took first-team reps from Day 1 in Oxford, and he’ll likely stay there, taking over for the departed All-American Senquez Golson.Bridges is probably far more physical than Golson. He plays the cornerback position like a free safety — racing to the line of scrimmage to pop a wide-out, and he’s never afraid to stick his nose in run support.Coaches praised Bridges all spring, but his one consistent knock was that he’s sometimes over-aggressive. It resulted in a handful of big plays for the offense during scrimmages. Akeem Judd In order for Judd to have a breakout season this fall, he doesn’t need to get 20 carries and post at least 100 yards a game — because he likely won’t.Senior Jaylen Walton returns as Ole Miss’ starting running back. Behind him, sophomore Jordan Wilkins looks like he’ll be the No. 2 option.But Judd, who redshirted last season after transferring from Georgia Military College, could be the Rebels’ change-of-pace guy.The Rebels have run with much smaller backs for a few years now. Walton is 5-foot-8, 172 pounds. The 5-foot-11, 185-pound I’Tavius Mathers received the second-most carries last year, but transferred to Middle Tennessee State.Judd checks in at 5-foot-11, 222 pounds.He could help the Rebels on third-and-short and goal-line situations in the fall, and bring a physical piece that was missing a year ago. D.J. Jones A grin seemingly crawled across Freeze’s face every time he talked about Jones this spring.It’s easy to understand why.Jones, the former third-best juco prospect out of East Mississippi, possesses a rare blend of strength and athleticism.The 6-foot, 324-pounder hasn’t played a snap of Division I football but was already tabbed as one of the 15 strongest players in the nation by NFL.com. Jones reports a 440-pound bench press max and a 650-pound squat.But he’s not all brawn.“That’s one athletic dude,” Freeze said. “He can move. He’s very quick-twitched.”Jones, who flipped from Florida State to Ole Miss on juco signing day, worked some with the first team during spring. If he doesn’t start at defensive tackle, he’ll certainly see his fair share of snaps this season. Contact Riley Blevins at rblevins@jackson.gannett.com. Follow @Riley_Blevins on Twitter. Breeland SpeaksBreeland Speakscenter_img Akeem JuddAkeem Juddlast_img read more

Rocori Basketball Advances To Section Final

first_img 1/1 About Connatix V56892 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 1080p HD The Rocori boys basketball team defeated Orono 53-49 Saturday afternoon in the section 53A semifinals at St. Cloud State University.  Rocori will play the Delano/Big Lake winner in the section 53A title game Thursday March 15 at 7pm.  Hear the game on WJON.Rocori improves to 17-11.  This is the final season for head coach Bob Brink.  Brink is retiring after 42 seasons at Rocori following the season. About Connatix V56892 Auto (360p) 360p 720p HDlast_img read more

German DSWV strengthens policy arm with Dr Bastian Scholz appointment

first_img Related Articles Dr Bastian ScholzGerman trade association for the sports betting industry Deutsche Sportwettenverband (DSWV) has strengthened its governance by appointing Dr Bastian Scholz to the new position of Policy Advisor.Scholz an expert in German national public policy has undertaken numerous research projects for political party Christian Democratic Union (CDU).  Scholz further holds a doctorate from specialist engineering university ’ Technische Chemnitz’ and has lectured on effective policy planning at FAU Erlangen Nurnberg.The DSWV seeks to strengthen its policy advisory as Wiesbaden Courts move to lift the Hesse cap on German sports betting licenses, with a view of aligning its industry framework with European Union business policy and fair competition practices.Joining DSWV as Policy Advisor, Scholz will aid the organisations senior management with regards to industry policy concerns, stakeholder representation, effective licensing and any potential legal roadblocks.In his new role, Scholz will report directly to DSWV Chief Executive Luca Andric. DSWV members include betting operators; Betfair, SkyBet, Tipico, bet-at-home and Interwetten StumbleUpon Submit Share 85% pause activity as esports tops the betting bill in Germany April 29, 2020 DSWV frustrated by sportsbook licensing suspension April 3, 2020 Tipico temporarily suspends affiliate programme  May 4, 2020 Sharelast_img read more

Perched on MSB talks SB, Gronk, Butler, commercials and coaching all in one action filled show

first_imgJesse and Matt join forces on Perched on MSB to talk about the SB, Gronk, Butler, commercials and coaching all in one action filled show. Audio Playerhttps://perchedattheyard.podbean.com/mf/play/yzz5as/sbrecapmsb.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Please follow and like us:last_img