Category: Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences


A Preliminary Study of Zang Feng Behavior in Chinese Organizations

In Chinese culture, humility is a moral aspiration for the ideal personality. Showing humility helps to build good relationships and make a good impression on others. By hiding one’s strengths and accomplishments in an organization, one not only avoids the attention of others but also gains appreciation and respect. The behavior of Zang Feng (藏鋒)


Landscape Compositions and Behaviors in Urban Parks: Evidence from Social Media

Since entering the Web2.0 era, human social interaction behaviors and information exchange modes have become more diverse and efficient with the advancement of Internet technology. Social media users act as receivers and providers of information at the same time, sharing images, videos, audio, geographic locations and other diverse information, forming a huge amount of data


Undertaking Automation in the World of Work (WoW) and Society Through Human Resources

Accelerated progress in the field of technology has opened avenues for automation to be an integral part of the World of Work (WoW) and society. A combination of various forms of automation can perform a single job with results that are error-free and less arduous compared to end results produced by humans. Although automation pessimists