International dating psychological profile
From the start of the bargaining, when Israel offered the Palestinians “autonomy” (without sovereignty over territory) at the 1991 Madrid Conference, Arafat eventually obtained an Israeli proposal to establish an independent Palestinian state, with East Jerusalem as its capital, in the majority of the territories of Judea, Samaria, and the Gaza Strip.
He was even offered alternate territories from within the Green Line to make up for land kept by Israel.
Harvard Business School professor Amy Cuddy saw her now husband for the first time on Facebook.
She noticed his photo, she said in a recent talk at the 92Y in New York City, because he was positioned "in the most extreme 'power pose' imaginable." "Power pose" is a term that Cuddy coined in her 2012 TED Talk, and it describes an expansive posture that can make you feel more powerful and confident.
Research suggests that we're more attracted to people in expansive — as opposed to contracted — postures, even if we don't consciously realize it.
A 2016 study tested this phenomenon in two settings: speed dating and online dating.
As a species we’ve been doing this for millions of years; as individuals all our lives.In the past decade, mainly thanks to the Oslo Accords, Yasir Arafat has gone from being the leader of an organization ostracized by most of the world following the Gulf War to becoming accepted by all the nations.From the status of international terrorist, under whose leadership numerous deadly attacks were committed—among them, the Coastal Road Massacre (March 1978), the Munich Massacre of Olympic athletes (September 1972), and the hijacking (October 1985)—Arafat won a Nobel Peace Prize, before turning once more to terrorism.It is slow, deliberative and analytical, a product of our (relatively) recently evolved prefrontal cortex; it enables us to make complex computations, and to direct our attention at particular tasks.System 1, by contrast, is fast, automatic and emotion-led, driven by far older neural circuits; it operates automatically and with little sense of agency. Effective decision-making requires both systems – but sometimes it is better to use one over the other. In the real (offline) world, sussing out a potential partner is – at least in the beginning – indisputably a system 1 activity.