Behavioural Finance
6 pages (1500 words) , Download 1
Behavioural finance has become one of the disciplines of great interest to investment firms, wealth management professionals and those interested in the stock market performance. Behavioural Finance is commonly understood as the application of psychological aspects of investors to financial planning and investment decision making.… Human behaviour and personal…
Behavioural finance
5 pages (1250 words) , Download 1
Behavioural finance is emerging phenomenon in most equity markets these days. It basically talks about how investors make decisions and in turn how this affects the stock prices in the market and other broad market movements. … Behavioural finance is emerging phenomenon in most equity markets these days. It basically talks about how investors make decisions…
Behavioural Essay
5 pages (1250 words)
Only on StudentShare
These behaviours serve as communication as they contain meaning. This goes on even after the development of language necessitating the understanding of the behaviour… There is a need for development of a working understanding of a child’s behaviour in order to create meaningful methods of responding to behaviours of children. Different people have different…
Behavioural theories
14 pages (3500 words) , Download 1
Behavioural theories Name Institution Theories and Understandings of Behaviour. Theories involve concepts that are interrelated, propositions, and definitions which give an explanation or a prediction of situations or events through the specification of relations in various variables.… Different theories may vary depending on the manner in which they are…
Behavioural Studies
4 pages (1000 words)
Only on StudentShare
Defining effective organisational behaviour, development and good health is an area that can pose difficulty. Organisations are made up of different stake holders and each stake holder can have a different view on what constitutes effective organisational behaviour, development and good health.… The definition highlights that organisational stakeholders will…
Behavioural competencies
6 pages (1500 words)
Only on StudentShare
In carrying out the task of drafting a competency framework for Senior Sales Assistant of Senior Sales Assistant, I considered the two critically important areas for the job, namely, sales volume and relations with customers. Given these two criteria I though that the ideal… he competencies of customer focus, effective communication, interpersonal…
Behavioural Economics
16 pages (4000 words)
Only on StudentShare
The effect and extent, to which behavioural economics has affected the economics and marketing sectors, is dependent on the definition the audience has of the three concepts. Understanding of the extent to which behavioural economics has affected the marketing industry can be… Economics by definition involves a study in which the structures, manners,…
Behavioural Finance
7 pages (1750 words)
Only on StudentShare
Today, organisations are becoming increasingly competitive mainly due to the rush of new entrants. Hence, organisations consider employee… Tapping telephone calls, monitoring computer and internet usage, and screening e-mails are some of the common employee surveillance practices. This paper will critically discuss the influence of workplace surveillance on…
BEHAVIOURAL FINANCE
12 pages (3000 words)
Only on StudentShare
Economic paradigm is required for facilitating development of the global economy. This need is realised by every country around the world, but the government and higher authorities are reluctant to fulfil the… Thus, there is a need for a new economic paradigm that can enhance the economic condition of all countries. The literature lays stress upon different…
Behavioural Studies
6 pages (1500 words)
Only on StudentShare
The sensory organs receive sensory inputs and transmit the information to the brain. According to Neisser (1976), the theory of… ‘We only see what we want to see’ can be interpreted with perceptual set because only a few parts of the sensory data are perceived and others are ignored. The perceiver only sees or perceives what he/she wants to. With reference to…
Behavioural Finance
8 pages (2000 words)
Only on StudentShare
Mandelbrot (1997) is famous for his great thoughts of fractal and scaling in finance whereby he discusses the following subjects. By taking this… Louis Bachelier established this model in 1900 with an aim of understanding modeling fluctuations of prices in the financial markets. Still, Albert Einstein gave his contribution towards this arithmetical model,…
Behavioural Finance
3 pages (750 words) , Download 1
Topic: Behavioural Finance Name Professor Institution Course Date Many studies in the area of behavioural finance suggest that individual investors make systematic errors due to behavioural biases. Do you believe that more sophisticated investors (e.g. equity fund managers) can capitalize on such individual investors’ errors and consistently outperform the market on a risk-adjusted basis?…
Behavioural yourself
7 pages (1750 words)
Only on StudentShare
A child learns how to act and react at some specific situation from other individuals, and comes to know how to behave with the… Economic institution is one of the most dominating one among all the social institutions, and is related to man’s career and financial stability, gains and achievements. It is financial institution that not only keeps man engaged and…
Behavioural finance
8 pages (2000 words)
Only on StudentShare
Absence of a body of positive micro economic theory relating to risk condition has beset those attempting to predict the behaviour of capital markets. Traditional models have given insights of investment considering certain conditions of certainty though many prefer the method… Incurring of additional risk helps attain high rates of return. There has been a…
Behavioural Finance
14 pages (3500 words)
Only on StudentShare
This paper “Behavioural Finance” will study how happiness relates to well being, dimensions to happiness and how it can be measured. The research questions have been designed to capture all views of the new economic paradigm and the different aspects of the economic paradigm that scholar have identified.… However, despite these advancements, the variation gap…
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
10 pages (2500 words) , Download 1
CBT has been intended and advanced over numerous decades and established to be effectual in altering the way a person thinks concerning and responds to feelings such as nervousness, grief and irritation. The treatment program focuses on aspects of Cognitive shortage in terms of the ripeness, difficulty and efficiency of thinking and Cognitive Distortion in terms of dysfunctional thinking and mistaken assumptions.…
Development of Behavioural Finance
5 pages (1250 words)
Only on StudentShare
Development of Behavioural Finance Behavioural finance deals with the study of the effects of various social, emotional and cognitive factors that affect the financial decision making of individuals. The major concern of behavioural finance is to track down why individuals operating in a market tend to make the choices they make.… This was followed by Selden’s…
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Essay
13 pages (3250 words) , Download 2
This essay is in two parts. In the first part, it is focused on the wider body of literature on psychosocial interventions in severe and enduring mental illness including the barriers to implementation and how they can be surmounted in practice, particularly with the advancement of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).… The application of these tools will be…
Behavioural Aspects of Marketing
10 pages (2500 words)
Only on StudentShare
I am the UK brand manager for the Whole Foods Market. To improve the profile of the company marketing, I have felt in recent months, that it is necessary to re-profile the marketing work according to the knowledge and insight of the consumer behaviour. We have to take many steps within the organisation to understand the consumer behavioural psychology and the marketing department should gear up according to this in-depth study.…
Cognative Behavioural Therapy CBT
8 pages (2000 words) , Download 1
Cognitive behavior therapy in treating substance addictions Introduction A solution to human problems should be found in their minds. Cognitive behavior therapy in treating addictions to alcohol and drugs is focused on in-minds transformations. This therapy has a specific characteristic in comparison with other kinds of treatment.… What is CBT? There are…
Behavioural Analysis of Organisations
8 pages (2000 words)
Only on StudentShare
The advent of Globalisation has brought organisations, national and international both, into the forefront of world community. As all regions of the world have now transformed into consumerist societies, any change in the producing or supplying organisations will affect millions of people and hence, healthy organisations with modern and timely outlook are important. …
Positive Behavioural Intervention Supports
3 pages (750 words) , Download 1
Free
Positive Behavioural Intervention Supports Introduction School Wide Positive Behaviour Intervention and Support (SWPBIS) aims at supporting good practices and behaviours by students within and outside the school environs. The approach involves teaching students good behaviours and rewarding them for portrayal of correct behaviours as opposed to previous strategies that instilled discipline through punishing wrong doers.…
Behavioural Studies Essay
4 pages (1000 words)
Only on StudentShare
Considering scientific psychology, perception is the procedure of obtaining, understanding, selecting and then arranging the sensory input (Perception, 2007). Perception produces consequential understanding of the happenings that are taking place around us and assists in reacting to such events.… Perception comprised of four determinants. Firstly, the sensory…
Behavioural Intervention Grading Scheme
4 pages (1000 words)
Only on StudentShare
Alyssa Crayon is a young girl suffering from Autism and the condition has led to her being separated from other children and thus far has affected her personal growth as a child and subsequently interfered with her education. It is for this case that she needs to experience some… Alyssa will get a chance to showcase her potential and overcome the obstacle of…
Epilepsy and Behavioural Problem
8 pages (2000 words)
Only on StudentShare
This is a very informative and analytical study done by Pianta and Lothman, which examines the symptoms, effects and management of Epilepsy in children. This study examines the relative role of parent-child relationship, family stress and disease factors in predicting behaviour problems in children with epilepsy.… Epilepsy and behavioural problem is very…
1 - 25 results of 500 items