Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Product Reviews Summary

In-depth product reviews are great for the detailed writing but it is not always friendly for busy people who want quick answers. This summary gives you the quick answers you ought for on products that I have reviewed — published and unpublished — and provides a list of upcoming reviews. My scale is defined as followed: strongly not recommended, not recommended, recommended and highly recommended.

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Micro Expressions Training Videos Product Review

New Vision’s Center of Body Language is offering a micro expression online training entitled Micro Expressions Training Videos (METV) and is seeking to find its niche based on videos rather than photos. This in-depth review covers the high and low points of this product and gives an insight as whether or not this product is for you.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Tuesday, May 29, 2012

O Rozpoznávaní Falošného Ospravedlnenia

V tejto štúdii sa zaoberáme schopnosťou Rozpoznať Falošné Ospravedlnenie, pričom vychádzame z analýzy výpovede, so zreteľom na všeobecnú prístupnosť a zrozumiteľnosť. Sústredíme sa na efektívne využitie základných zložiek analýzy výpovede, aby sme v pomerne krátkom čase docenili význam pravdivého a úprimného ospravedlnenia.

Preložila Michaela

Sunday, November 06, 2011

Humintell Upcoming Product

Humintell is expanding its product line with a new product based on state-of-the-art scientific research in Cross-Cultural Psychology. This product aims to improve your understanding of cultures and improve your ability to adapt to different cultures. Read more information about IntelliCulture.

IntelliCulture is planned to be released during December and will offer a 3 hours long course over four modules for an introductory price of $199 (reg. $249), containing the following modules:
  • What is Culture?
  • The Contents of Culture
  • Cultural Encounters
  • Leveraging Cultural Differences
Humintell products will be on sales during Black Friday on November, 25th. Read Humintell product reviews to decide which product(s) you should buy.

Saturday, July 16, 2011

Humintell Evaluating Truthfulness

Humintell is offering a complete set of workshops covering the most important topics in regard to understanding emotions, analyzing verbal and non-verbal, detecting deception, and so forth. This in-depth review covers the workshop entitled Evaluating Truthfulness Webinar, a two-hours online webinar and an introduction to detecting deception.

Friday, April 08, 2011


Lactantia's Traditional Spread Margarine is a deceptive product name for its misleading meaning. Traditions are passed from generation to generation according to its definition. This marketing strategy aims to increase people's compliance to purchase their so-called traditional products by necessity to perpetuate a tradition. The mere usage of the word may be enough to increase social compliance.

Margarine has been created as a substitute for butter in 1869 by Hippolyte Mège-Mouriès and was subsequently patented and unsuccessfully commercialized. The word traditional spread could be meaningful on this original product.

Lactantia has however been founded in 1947 [1][2] and its business activities hardly reach two generations where the first generation most likely had a preference for butter. While margarine aimed to be a substitute for butter, it is noteworthy to know that it was illegal to sell butter-coloured margarine in many countries until recently, e.g. the law was last abandoned in 1967 (Wisconsin, US) and 2008 (Québec, Canada).

Lactantia offers three (3) categories of margarines and four (4) different ones in its traditional spreads category: Traditional Spread, Traditional Semi-Salted Spread, Traditional Unsalted Spread and Traditional Garlic Spread. The production in those times were considerably simplified and variety is a relatively recent phenomenon, which decreases the likelihood that all four so-called traditional spreads margarine were available during the initial production. At best, one spread could be traditional in the case that the company would have used the original formula developed in 1869.

The marketing strategy might be attempting to distinguish the three (3) categories of margarines by creating a strong contrast — Traditional Spread, Olivina Margarine and Healthy Attitude Margarine, but at the expense of a misleading product name.