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Sunday, May 25, 2014

Influence of the magic word thanks

Word of thanks or thank you, may we often hear or say, but do you realize the impact of the words for ourself and the people, who accept it?

The study that published in Psychological Science looked at the effects of the word of thanks to the communal strength, level of responsibility felt by a friend or spouse to the other. Earlier research has found that the word of thanks was strengthen relations by increasing satisfaction.

Research results show, say thanks or thank you, not only help the person receiving the greeting, but also for ours who say the words. Speech was also able to improve and enhance the ability to act while undergoing a social relationship. Facial expressions when we say thank you, describe us being a person who is responsible for the people around us.

Although previous research concluded when the expression while say thanks could bring satisfaction in a social relationship, the new research published online in Psychological Science noted, the current expression to thank not only bring satisfaction in a relationship but communal strength in it, a level of responsibility that includes the people and environment around us.

Nathaniel Lambert, the Research leader of Florida State University, Tallahassee declared the results of research was so logical. "When you express gratitude, you focus on the good that has been done for you. It makes you think positive and help you to focus on the right path," he told HealthDay.

Previously, Lambert and his colleagues researched back through three different research about expressing gratitude helps strengthen one's relationship with others.

In the first study, 137 students attend a series of surveys of how they express their thanks to friends or relatives. The survey results showed, thanks associated with a perception that was so thick with communal ties.

In the second study, 218 students were asked through a survey reported experiencing changes in perception when interacting socially with people nearby and the surrounding environment.

Entering the third study, Lambert and his colleagues involved 75 men and women were then randomly required to choose one of four existing groups and to follow the activity of a selected group of more than three weeks.

The first group is required to say thank you to friends. Then in the second group, individuals should tell their friends about. The third group, tells the story of daily activities and a fourth group talk about the positive side to interact with friends.

From the four groups above, the first group tend to appreciate a form of social relations rather than the other groups. "Someone who is so openly thanked the social relations, more communal, willing to sacrifice and help other people," said Lambert.

He also saw people who love to say thank you will expect other people also do the same. "In today's social relationships, most people do not see what is done to them. It's just a small gravel on a thank you. It has the potential to change the direction of the negative bullet towards the positive outlook in a relationship," he said.

Separately, Robert Emmons, a psychologist expert from the University of Califormia Davis, expressed in his book, 'Thanks!: How the New Science of Gratitude Can Make You Happier' the gratitude to knit and bind people into a reciprocal relationship.

"The biggest challenge of research is more difficult man to say thank you," for short. "When a person does not feel it, research strongly indicates thanked will guide individuals on emotional attachment," he said.

Well did you get used to say thanks or thank you to colleagues, family or your customers? *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | HEALTHDAY]
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