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In this video, you will learn how to develop a good research topic.

How to know if people think you’re attractive? We all doubt our attractiveness from time to time, seeing more and more flaws every day. But if you think you’re not that appealing, it doesn’t necessarily mean it’s true in the eyes of other people! There are a couple of clear psychological signs that can tell you a lot about your appearance and natural magnetism.

When we see a naturally gorgeous person, we automatically think that they can’t have low self-esteem. As a result, we give these people fewer compliments, and that’s simply because we assume they already know how beautiful they are. You look just as outstanding as you think!

TIMESTAMPS:
People rarely compliment you 0:57
Compliments coming your way usually sound apathetic 1:53
Strangers often try to make eye contact with you 2:44
People raise their brows when looking at you 3:44
People periodically make “duck lips” when looking at you 4:53
People try to get closer to you 5:40
People are surprised when they find out that you have complexes 6:20
People are usually either too polite or extremely unfriendly with you 7:11

#beauty #attractpeople #confident

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SUMMARY:
– When we see a naturally gorgeous person, we automatically think that they can’t have low self-esteem. As a result, we give these people fewer compliments, and that’s simply because we assume they already know how beautiful they are.
– As we tend to think that attractive people know exactly how hot they are, we don’t see much sense in paying extra attention to it. And that’s exactly why compliments end up sounding so trivial and mundane!
– We can lie with our words, but our body language always tells the truth. Accordingly, if someone keeps looking at you (even for short periods of time), this person obviously likes you.
– We raise our brows to show our friendly attitude nonverbally. Moreover, it’s also a subconscious attempt to open our eyes even wider to see something or somebody that attracted our attention.
– According to body language experts, it’s closely connected to a subconscious wish to kiss! The same thing goes for licking lips, and this gesture is clearly a bit more expressive.
– We keep our distance from people who don’t seem attractive to us and try to keep close to those who give off positive vibes.
– If the people around you become extremely surprised upon hearing about your complexes, it’s one of the clearest signs that your problem with your appearance is purely imaginary.
– If people either love you or hate you, this means only one thing: you’re not indifferent to them. A self-confident person who doesn’t have complexes and considers themselves attractive and successful appreciates the same qualities in other people.

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A five-minute video showing how to find the best articles in your database search results.
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My second essay tips video. Conducting a comprehensive literature review is an important part of any research project. Here are my tips for how to use Google Scholar effectively to quickly and easily find the academic papers, journal articles or books you need to write that essay or complete that dissertation.

This is the second in a series of videos I’m hoping to produce while undertaking my PhD at the University of Exeter on tips for students at university or college whether undergraduate, postgraduate or otherwise.

Further Reading

The Academic Skills Handbook by Diana Hopkins and Tom Reid
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how to find peer-reviewed articles

This video explains how to use google scholar to find research papers to use as the background of your experiment and as sources in your paper.

Table of Contents:

00:08 – Types of sources
01:45 – Google Scholar
03:10 – Dowloading PDFs
04:10 – Using reference lists
05:25 – Using the “cited by” link
06:20 – Refining your search terms and using operators
07:50 – Using Wikipedia
08:55 – Using Science Daily