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MICROEXPRESSION AND CATCHING LIES

Microexpressions have been identified as effective and reliable methods of catching liars (see Porter and Brinke's 10, 2010). However, there are many reasons for skepticism that I would call microexpression theory (MET). In order for MET to be funded, many of the proposals must hold true: First, deception exposes the wrong internal experience. Second, these internal experiences linked external expressions, including microexpression. Third, microexpressions are uncontrollable. Fourth, these statements are reliable and effective indicators of deception. Fifth, microexpression occurs frequently enough to be detected. Sixth, the discovery of microexpression effectively distinguishes truth from deception. Let me deal with each proposal. I will then offer another true accounting theory and c...

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MICROLOANS AND POVERTY

Increasing the capacity to unite the developing world could lift more than 10.5 million people out of extreme poverty. That is one conclusion to my study, published last month in The B. Journal of Macroeconomics, which found that Microfinance not only reduces how many households live in poverty but also how poor they are. Currently, 836 million people - or 12% of the world's population - live in extreme poverty, living on less than US $ 1.25 a day. Using data from 106 developing countries between 1998 and 2013 to test the effectiveness of microlending as a poverty alleviation tool, I found that a 10% increase in the minimum per capita loan portfolio could reduce this number by 1.26%.While the world has seen some progress over the past 15 years in achieving the UN Millennium Development...

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MICROPLASTIC DANGER FOR HEALTH

Microplastics pollution is ubiquitous. From brushing your teeth with your drinking glass to mixing your food with the charge of protection on your phone, always think of the day you use plastic. Since we started producing plastics in the 1940s, an area where 8.3 billion tons have been produced and, on average in 2015, six billion tons - therefore, about 80% - have been thrown into the fall. 20,000 amazing plastic beverage bottles are purchased every second less than half that of any recycled item. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, it takes 450 years for a plastic bottle to biodegrade. That is about the same as the amount of time it can take for a biodegrade diaper. That means almost every water bottle that has ever been produced or used is still hanging ...

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MACROECONOMICS VS MICROECONOMICS

Differences between Macroeconomics and Microeconomics MACROECONOMICS Macroeconomics is the study of performance, structure, ethics and decision-making of the whole economy. Macroeconomists focus on national, regional and global scale. For many macroeconomists, the aim of this policy is to increase national income and provide national economic growth. Economists hope that this growth translates into increased consumption and a higher standard of living for economic participants. While there are differences between the objectives of different national and international businesses, the majority are as follows: Sustainability occurs when the economy reaches a growth rate that allows for an increase in living standards without undue structural and environmental constraints.Full-time e...

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