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Anger plays a significant role in everyday life [ 21 ], but there was no clear scientific definition about it before. If there is any, it would be very confusing; for example, anger is “an internal, mental, subjective feeling state with associated cognitions and physiological arousal patterns” [ 21 ]. Barries gave a simple definition: anger is the emotion humans experience when they do not get what they should or must get [ 22 ]; therefore, anger is due to unexpectancy.

It would be very useful to break down anger types, because anger takes many forms, such as bitterness, malice, clamor, envy, resentment, intolerance, criticism, revenge, wrath, hatred, sedition, jealousy, attack, gossip, sarcasm, and unforgiveness. Hughes divided anger into three types: the first form of anger, named “hasty and sudden anger” by Joseph Butler, is connected to the impulse for self-preservation. The second type of anger is named “settled and deliberate” anger and is a reaction to perceived deliberate harm of unfair treatment by others. These two forms are episodic. The third type of anger is dispositional and is related more to the character traits than to instincts or cognition. Irritability, sullenness, and churlishness postures are examples of the last form of anger [ 23 ]. One of the most common forms of breaking down anger into anger traits is habitual anger responses such as those determined by the State-Trait Anger Expression Inventory. This test addresses four different categories: trait anger, anger-out, anger-in, and anger control. Trait anger is loosely defined as the overall inclination towards anger. Anger-in itself refers more to the affective experience and is not to be confused with hostility or aggression. Anger-out implies that a person is more likely to deal with anger through outward expression such as verbal or physical behavior. The last factor, anger control, refers to the tendency to engage in behavior that is intended to reduce overt anger expression.

Anger is experienced more often than other emotions, and it is very intense and results in “adrenaline rush.” There are many people that have anger (fear) problems, and their problems are due to wrong beliefs. Our definition clearly states that anger is due to unexpectancy, so expectancy plays a key role in anger. So Ellis proposed that anger is not caused by the things that happen to us but is the result of wrong belief in our minds: we like to put the things “we would like to have, wish to have, hope to have, and prefer to having” into things “we BELIEVE we MUST have, SHOULD have, OUGHT to have, are OUTGHT TO have, and DEMAND to have [sic] ” [ 24 ]. So in one sentence, anger / fear is due to expectancy , or anticipation , which depends on your belief.

Social Phobia . In light of modern psychology, all diseases take their origin in anger. Anger pushes others away for people are often fearful of being exposed to angry people. Even the angry people themselves tend to isolate themselves from the world, because the angrier they get and the more the NE release, the more fearful they will be next time, and this results in social phobia. In the emotional flow, for the phobia patients, their problems might be that they cannot successfully accomplish the emotional flow ( fear-anger-happiness-sadness-calm ). The best way to remove fear is anger; these patients have problems with expression of anger, so their emotions are checked at emotional flowing from fear to anger.

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Organic, gluten free, and non-GMO protein bars, granolas, and snacks will tout it as a healthy starring ingredient, while forgetting to mention that they’re adding as much sugar as a candy bar.

The standard size Snickers bar has 20g of sugar. Vega’s choco-coconut protein bar clocks in at 19g. Plus with all the processing, who knows how much antioxidant power is left?

If you’re sick of these nutritional abominations, then this food is for you.

What are cacao nibs?

Used to make chocolate, this is what the inside of a raw cacao pod looks like. Macambo is very similar.

They are the least processed form of chocolate.

Cacao nibs are made from the “beans” of the Theobroma cacao plant. Technically seeds, these are removed from the pods and fermented with yeast for 5-10 days in closed containers. This changes their color to dark brown. Lastly, they’re air dried or roasted.

The nutritional difference between cacao nibs and cacao powder is fat content. The white outer lining of the bean contains the most fat, known as butter. This is removed before making the powder, which is why it has low fat content. With nibs, the butter is left intact and the beans haven’t been ground.

What cacao nibs taste like is bitter, comparable to black coffee. They’re not like normal chocolate, since there’s no sugar added. This shortfall in flavor is made up with the enjoyable crunch of the nibs and their buttery texture on your tongue. For best taste, use as a topping on something sweeter.

That’s why nibs are a favorite topping for acai bowls .

Some sources erroneously claim that nibs are just the unprocessed raw beans which have been chopped or coarsely ground. That’s not true.

They can be raw in the sense that they’re processed below 118 °F (48 °C). Though for both the nibs and the powder, even when they are advertised as raw they have been fermented, at the very least.

even when they are advertised as raw they have been fermented, at the very least.

This is because to get the taste of chocolate – even the unsweetened cacao powder – there needs to be fermentation. Most often, there’s also heating after that.

If you were to just crack open a pod and eat the non-fermented seeds, you would find they are more white and taste nothing like raw powder or nibs.

Since the word raw is not legally defined or regulated, food manufacturers can market pasteurized, baked, and/or boiled foods as “raw” even when they’re not, according to the common man’s definition.

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Taking the CogniToys experience to the next level with the introduction of all new construction and coding features, STEMosaur is making STEM learning fun for the whole family. Get ready to construct, code, and PLAY!

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STEMosaur comes in seven easy-to-assemble pieces—empowering little creators to get excited about engineering while discovering just how their STEMosaur works.
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CogniToys explore a wide variety of content through interactive dialogue. Using Elemental Path's Friendgine technology, the dynamic dinosaurs are truly putting the "smart" in smart toy.

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Cloud-connected and Wi-Fi-enabled, CogniToys update automatically as new content becomes available.

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Once connected to Wi-Fi through the CogniToys app, CogniToys no longer require the use of a smartphone for playtime.


CogniToys answer questions, tell stories, play games, crack jokes and even lead guided meditations to engage children in educational play.

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The Dino was proud to accept the Graphite Pencil for outstanding impact in education at the 2016 DAD Awards.

2016 DAD Impact Award in Education The Dino was proud to accept the Graphite Pencil for outstanding impact in education at the 2016 DAD Awards.
World Technology Network Finalist For his DINOmite work in EdTech, CogniToys Co-Founder and CTO, JP Benini, was named a 2016 World Technology Awards finalist!
Global EdTech Awards CogniToys was dubbed one of the world’s most promising startups at the 2016 Global EdTech Awards.
LearnLaunch Pitch Competition The Dino roared its way into the 2016 Learn Launch finals for CogniToys’ innovative approach to EdTech development.
Toy of the Year And the Oscar goes to…. CogniToys! In the 2016 TOTYw Awards (the “Oscars of the toy industry”), the Dino was shortlisted for Preschool Toy of the Year.
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Wednesday 20 June 2018

You probably want a smartwatch more than you need one. However, they track your activity, open up a new world of apps and stop you needing to dig phone out of pocket every time you receive a message. Convinced? Here are the best smartwatches for iPhone and Android users

WIRED Recommends is your definitive guide to the best technology. Click here for more no-nonsense buying guides .

Pros: Good fitness tracking, more independent than ever Cons: 4G version only available through EE (in UK)

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The third Apple Watch looks like a lot like the first. And the second. However, it has additional tech that makes the original seem rather toy-like.

First, GPS lets it track runs, walks and cycles without being tethered to a phone. New for this generation, the higher end Apple Watch Series 3 has LTE as an option. This uses an electronic SIM rather than the little card you put in your phone.


The LTE Apple Watch Series 3 is only available through EE right now, though, comes with additional data charges and demands that you have an iPhone with the network, too.

As the LTE Series 3 shares a phone number with your iPhone, when you leave the house without your mobile the watch simply takes the baton, letting you make calls on your wrist like a low-rent Star Trek extra. Life goal achieved, if you’re into that sort of thing.

Price: From £329 | Check price on Apple.com

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Best Smartwatch Summary

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Pros: Great value for a fully featured watch Cons: Plastic build won’t impress everyone

One issue of Wear OS watches is they tend to all feel quite familiar. But that lets a newcomer like Ticwatch swoop in and make a cheaper alternative to the big names without obvious compromise.

The Ticwatch E costs £145 but has the features of a watch twice the price. These include an OLED screen, GPS, an HR sensor and water resistance. Even battery life matches up to the better Wear OS watches at around 1.5 days, or two if the watch is hardly used.

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Its bezel is polycarbonate plastic rather than steel or aluminium, but this is the best way to try out a Wear smartwatch on a budget. Just be careful if buying from an importer website: you may get stung with customs charges.

*All prices are in Swiss Francs and correct at time of print. Prices shown in currencies other than Swiss Francs are guideline prices only and subject to exchange rate variations. All programmes and prices are subject to change without prior notice.



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