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Plant-pollinator Interactions

Abstract Very little work has been done on the evolution of floral colour diversity, outside of Europe and the Middle East. In particular, we know almost nothing about the evolution of the Australian flora in the context of hymenopteran visual systems. Such a study is likely to be important due to the geologically long isolation […]

Pages: 27 Words: 8060 Topics: Color, Evolution, Honey Bee, Learning, Light, Perception, Visual Perception

Movies Rollercoaster

INTRODUCTION Movies are rollercoaster ride that have the tremendous power to entertain and to teach. They can be a powerful tool to bring about effective social change – true or false? It seems intuitive and logical that a well made film- especially one with a compelling narrative and well-crafted outreach plan would serve as a […]

Pages: 31 Words: 9171 Topics: Empowerment, Film, Mediation, Perception, Reliability, Research
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Private Label Brands

CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS OF PRIVATE LABEL BRANDS IN CHINA COMPARED WITH THE UK Summary In China there are fewer studies of private label brands (PLB’s) that take up less market share than generic brands and national brands. However, there is a successful development of PLB’s in the UK. Therefore, this thesis aims to explore the difference […]

Pages: 41 Words: 12350 Topics: Brand Equity, Brand, Perception, Research, Retail, Sales Promotion, Supermarket

Retail Images

CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 Introduction Retail images in today’s global marketplace are subject to increased competition and rapidly changing dynamics. As competition continues to increase, the role of retail images in relation to profits has never been greater. When managed properly, market oriented measures such as awareness and esteem to sell products increase company value. […]

Pages: 34 Words: 10205 Topics: Attitude, Behavior, Brand, Perception, Reliability, Research, Retail

Communication Meaning and Definitions

Communication Meaning and Definitions Communication is the nervous system of an organisation. It keeps the members of the organisation informed about the internal and external happenings relevant to a task and of interest to the organisation. It co-ordinates the efforts of the members towards achieving organisational objectives. It is the process of influencing the action […]

Pages: 27 Words: 7988 Topics: Communication, Human Communication, Information, Language, Organization, Perception, Semiotics

Angle of Vision

RESEARCH QUESTION: DOES THE CHANGE IN THE ANGLE OF VISION (FROM STRAIGHT TO PERIPHERAL) EFFECT THE TIME TAKEN TO DETECT MOTION AND COLOR IN HUMANS? ABSTRACT: The research question of my study is “Does the change in the angle of vision (from straight to peripheral) effect the time taken to detect motion and color in […]

Pages: 19 Words: 5750 Topics: Light, Nervous System, Perception, Senses, Vision, Visual Perception

Office Privacy and Design of Workspace Adds to Successful Tasks

CHAPTER 1INTRODUCTION What is an Office? Offices are workspaces designed for regular use to achieve personal, group or organizational goals through the accomplishment of tasks. Sanders and McCormick, (2002) go on to state that these tasks can be grouped into cognitive, physical, social or procedural tasks. The office provides a location for contact and could […]

Pages: 54 Words: 16326 Topics: Data Analysis, Organizational Culture, Perception, Research, Spss

Product Design and Shape

1 Introduction Product design and specifically product shape and ‘looks’ have long been identified as factors that may contribute to product value and new product success.Design of products evokes both cognitive and affective responses in the mind of the observers and this can be used to tailor a more attractive product proposition. While a lot […]

Pages: 37 Words: 11204 Topics: Behavior, Brand, Perception, Product, Research, Strategic Management, Value Proposition

A Form of Communication

Advertising as a form of communication intended to persuade its viewers, readers or listeners to take some action. It usually includes the name of a product or service and how that product or service could benefit the consumer, to persuade potential customers to purchase or to consume that particular brand. Modern advertising developed with the […]

Pages: 20 Words: 5934 Topics: Attitude, Brand, Memory, Perception, Research, Target Audience

Theories of Pay and Unemployment

Abstract: This study examined how changing the perception of social distance changed the way in which subjects interacted in the Trust Game specifically looking into the social preferences they displayed. A discussion of both economic and sociological research demonstrates the inherent variability of social identity and social distance and the interconnected nature these concepts have […]

Pages: 37 Words: 11101 Topics: Gender, Identity, Motivation, Perception, Research, Stereotypes, Trust

Modelling of Meromorphic Retina

CHAPTER – 1 INTRODUCTION and literature review 1. INTRODUCTION The world depends on how we sense it; perceive it and how we act is according to our perception of this world. But where from this perception comes? Leaving the psychological part, we perceive by what we sense and act by what we perceive. The senses […]

Pages: 40 Words: 11934 Topics: Action Potential, Brain, Color, Nervous System, Neuroscience, Perception

Independent 3d Animation Production

2.1 Definition of Animation 2.1.1 A Technical Definition of Animation Various definitions of animation exist that cover technical, physiological, through to philosophical aspects. In a technical sense, Myers (1999, [Online]) describes animation, the form that we have become familiar with, as a series of drawings that are linked together and photographed. ‘The drawings have been […]

Pages: 11 Words: 3251 Topics: Animation, Film, Paradigm, Perception, Visual Perception

Impact of Competence on Trading in India

This research project analyzes the impact of competence of individual investors on their trading behaviour in the stock market. Individual investors are seen trading too frequently. This impacts their returns from their investments, their belief in the stock markets, and also the functioning of financial markets to some extent. Investors with high level of competence […]

Pages: 11 Words: 3187 Topics: Behavior, Bias, Investment, Perception, Quantitative Research, Research, Stock Market

Yogurt Yoplait Business

  What is yogurt? Yogurt is a dairy product formed by the fermentation of milk from the action of two live bacteria; lactobacillus bulgaricus and streptococcus thermophilus. These are micro-organisms which transform the milk into the yogurt through a process by which they convert the lactose present in the milk into lactic acid, making the […]

Pages: 25 Words: 7537 Topics: Brand, Customer Satisfaction, Milk, Perception, Reputation, Research

The Importance of Information Technology

The importance of Information Technology The importance of technology comes from that Technology has an important impact on innovation and the development of societies and economies. This impact can be observed in three steps. The first step is substitution, new technology substitutes for the old. For example, consumers start substituting their fixed telephone lines with […]

Pages: 50 Words: 15105 Topics: Attitude, Behavior, Perception, Research, Social Influence, Social Norm

Emotion Destination Internet

Measuring Emotion from Holiday Destination Homepages: An Australian Context Chapter 1: Introduction As use of the Internet has spread widely into our society, cyberspace has become an important part of our daily life (Hefley and Morris, 1995). According to a recent survey on Internet usage in the Australia, 56% of the total population used the […]

Pages: 23 Words: 6865 Topics: Attitude, Behavior, Emotions, Mood, Online Shopping, Perception, Research

Information Technology Among Yemenis

Chapter 1 Introduction Countries and governments in the world try to develop and extend their business and economies throughout built relation and agreements among them for the exchange and transaction for different kind of trades through out what call e-government to facilitate communicating and transmitting the information between these countries, and to achieve these, they […]

Pages: 58 Words: 17474 Topics: Attitude, Behavior, Perception, Research, Social Influence, Social Norm

Appropriation of Brand Extension

LITERATURE REVIEW This chapter intends to set the theoretical frame of the thesis by introducing the main areas needed to create the basis of our analysis, shaping the ways towards our own main purpose. Thus, it begins with the roots of brand extension and starts of with the concepts of brand, brand identity and brand […]

Pages: 27 Words: 8081 Topics: Brand, Credibility, Perception, Reputation, Research, Trust

Framework for Future Brands

Executive Summary With increase in competition and the number of media vehicles available, it has become essential for brands to establish powerful memory triggers in the minds of customers. Although, our relationship with sound is largely unconscious, sound is one of the most powerful and least explored senses in advertising and branding. India being a […]

Pages: 32 Words: 9743 Topics: Brand, Emotions, Memory, Perception, Research

Intentions and Consumption Behavior Among Malaysian Public Undergraduate Universities Students

Chapter One Introduction 1.1. BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY 1.1.1 Consumption Behaviour Definition If it is said that marketing in true sense is the conclusion of social culture of post modern consumer culture (Firat, 1993) then an immense burden and responsibility has been imposed to determine the conditions and meanings of life for the future (Firat […]

Pages: 51 Words: 15184 Topics: Attitude, Behavior, Brand, Perception, Research

Modernist Fiction and the Camera-Eye.

“Style in itself is an absolute manner of seeing”: Modernist Fiction and the Camera-Eye. In 1897, Joseph Conrad began “The Nigger of Narcissus” with the declaration that, “my task which I am trying to achieve is, by the power of the written word to make you hear, to make you feel- it is, before all, […]

Pages: 21 Words: 6449 Topics: Consciousness, Film, Modernism, Narration, Perception, Reality

The Effect of Product Placement in Movies

CHAPTER II: Literature Review Product placement Product placement in movies is no new phenomenon as Lehu (2007), describes product placement as “the location or more accurately the integration of a product or a brand into a film or televised series.â€? This form of advertising has been around for sometime although its not traditional advertising it […]

Pages: 19 Words: 5819 Topics: Attitude, Behavior, Brand, Perception, Product Placement, Qualitative Research, Research

Environmental Psychology

1. Place theory Place is used as a manner of examining the environment and breaking the environment down into conceptual components. It is difficult to examine space and environment as they are too general. To understand the concept of environmental psychology, one would firstly have to establish the meaning of place theory as people’s interaction […]

Pages: 21 Words: 6206 Topics: Attachment Theory, Human, Identity, Interpersonal Relationships, Perception, Personality, Privacy

Facial Appearance

Trait Paradigm of Psychology and How It Applies To the Measurement of Intelligence and Personality: An Explanation Іt hаѕ lоng bееn оbѕеrvеd thаt individuals dіffеr оnе frоm аnоthеr оn mаny psychological dіmеnѕіоnѕ. This is why Cervone and Lawrence (2007) say that traits, the primary unit of personality description, are relatively enduring ways in which individuals […]

Pages: 31 Words: 9297 Topics: Anger, Emotions, Human Intelligence, Perception, Research, Trust, Voting

Ivancevich Et Al (2008)

INTRODUCTION A group is defined by Ivancevich et al (2008) as “two or more individuals interacting with each other to accomplish a common goal”. Groups are important aspect of work pattern of an organization (Mullins 2002) and a part of modern life (Ivancevich et al 2008). A group can be formal or informal (Armstrong 2009). […]

Pages: 11 Words: 3274 Topics: Goal, Metaphysics, Neuroscience, Perception, Social Norm, Social Psychology

Information Perception Management

Perception The interaction provided in the weekly assignment drew upon our knowledge of perception in each business situation. Perception is an idea of the reality in the world we know. The problem is what we perceive to be true, may be clouded by irrelevant information. Thus, devouring our perceived reality: as figment of our imagination. […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1111 Topics: Employment, Epistemology, Ignorance, Perception, Research, Social Psychology, Stereotypes

Organization Theories and Concepts

According to Michael Mattson & John Ivancevich, the key factors influencing the differences in human behavior patterns are demographic factors, perception, ability and skills, personality and attitudes as follows: 1. Demographic factors: Demographic factors depend on someone Education, background, age, nationality, race, gender, etc. Organizations prefer those individuals who promote good socio-economic background, etc. and […]

Pages: 4 Words: 1206 Topics: Attitude, Behavior, Goal, Leadership, Organization, Perception, Personality

Leadership Development Plan

Leadership Development Plan Introduction Leadership Development Plan (LDP) is a tool used by the individuals to carry out their self-assessment exercise and identify the areas which need to be enhanced and improved (Northouse, 123). It is a vital instrument for effective career development because it acts as a guiding tool for getting engaged in activities […]

Pages: 7 Words: 2237 Topics: Communication, Evaluation, Leadership, Neuroscience, Perception

LITERATURE REVIEW of the Behavioral Aspects of SHRM

In this chapter I will draw upon the behavioral perspective of SHRM , social exchange theory and organizational support theory to provide a framework for examining the mediating process between human resource practices and organizational performance. 2.2 Evolution of Strategic Human Resource Management: The history of Human Resource Management, as we know it today, may […]

Pages: 10 Words: 2921 Topics: Attitude, Employment, Human Resource Management, Human Resources, Perception, Research, Strategic Management

Street Food: an Integral Component of the Cultural Branding of Delhi

Street Food: An Integral component of the Cultural branding of Delhi TABLE OF contents Headings page no. Introduction5 Areas and spread6 Statement of problem7 Research objective8 Hypothesis8 Sources of data9 Literature Review10 Expected Outcomes11 Future Implications12 Bibliography12 INTRODUCTION Street Food: An Integral component of the Cultural branding of Delhi Street food of Delhiis the food […]

Pages: 6 Words: 1775 Topics: Economy, Food Safety, Perception
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