rudeness


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Prof Flin said the link between performance and rudeness was particularly worrying when it comes to healthcare, with patients potentially being put at risk.
Writing in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), Rhona Flin, professor of applied psychology at the University of Aberdeen, said being the victim of rudeness can impact on how people perform tasks.
Rhona Flin, Professor of Applied Psychology at the University of Aberdeen, says that if someone is rude to you at work or if you witness rudeness you are more likely to make mistakes.
The core of this premise is the observation that immaturity or rudeness is a means of avoiding the generic "niceness" of the American middle class.
He explains rudeness, how it works, and how we can defend ourselves against it politely.
I explained to him the boorish drunks masquerading as "fans" at Autzen, the rain dampening their rudeness Saturday but not stopping their offensive offense altogether.
It is unacceptable that nearly half of all complaints involve neglect or rudeness.
Rudeness is part of life in many big cities but Los Angeles surely ranks near the top -- from road rage to the cold indifference of government bureaucrats when dealing with the public.
If there were a prize for animal rudeness, a small South American bat would surely be in the running.
In the real world, this might be called something ugly like racism, or just plain rudeness, but in the Church it's called "cultural incompatibility.
What made their rudeness more than just adolescent immaturity, though, was that it was rooted in an understanding of the significance of social rituals, constituted a strategy to disrupt them, and was tied to an effort to build new sorts of public sociability to replace the older elite private networks.
Humphries defended himself stoutly against accusations of arrogance, rudeness and the like but he missed the point.
Wayne Woodard be publicly reprimanded for improperly trying to discourage an opponent from running against him, providing false information in his campaign literature, and repeatedly exhibiting rudeness and impatience With those appearing before him.
Talk To The Hand: The Utter Bloody Rudeness of the World Today, or Six Good Reasons to Stay Home and Bolt the Door By Lynne Truss Gotham Books, $20.
Now I don't know about you but I think that type of rudeness and inaccuracy is totally unnecessary.