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Variaciones Borges 19 (2005) BORGES' REVISIONING O
Variaciones Borges 19 (2005) BORGES\' REVISIONING OF READING IN "PIERRE MENARD, AUTHOR OF THE QUIXOTE" w Howard Giskin n much of his work Borges cultivates the idea that what is about to be related is at best the product of successive attempts to make sense of circumstances whose retelling is subject to the whimsies of memory and personal inclinations to interpret the truth. "Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote," one of Borges\' most well known stories, through just such a narration has implic...

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Literature, Fiction, Spanish Golden Age, Pierre Menard, Author of the Quixote, Postmodern literature, Jorge Luis Borges, Tln, Uqbar, Orbis Tertius, Don Quixote, Miguel de Cervantes, Menard, The Aleph, Jorge Luis Borges bibliography
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Philosophy Essay Draft 12th November 2017 Susan J B is a philosopher, a professor and unfortunately a victim of rape. This lead her to write her own insight about her traumatic experience. She talked about three things which includes as she mention, those that go through trauma are not the same after, second, she explained that there are account s of the self and each of those aspect are rational. In the following paragraph s the account of the self which are the embodied self, the self as narr...

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Psychology, Medicine, Psychiatry, Traumatology, Posttraumatic stress disorder, Anxiety disorders, Stress, Clinical psychology, Psychological trauma, Empathy, Major trauma, Psychology of self
Deutsche Cities wenig Smart! Verpasst Deutschland
Big Data? Standen Sie heute auch wieder im Stau? Argerlich, denn eigentlich konnten die Verkehrsplaner schon viel weiter sein. Es sind sich doch alle einig: Daten und deren Nutzung gelten als relevantes Differenzierungsmerkmal und Zukunftspotenzial für Unternehmen und Politik! Das bedeutet auch, sie sind Grundlage für die Infrastruktur der Stadte und die Planung der Ressourcen auf dem Land. Daten sind inzwischen zu einem erneuerbaren Rohstoff geworden, da sie mehrfach für unterschiedliche Be...

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Using Correlational Method to Study the Divided Br
ain The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the correlational method as a means for examining the relationship between functions of the left and right hemispheres. I will compare the performance of people with intact brains with the performance of so-called split-brain patients. In many ways, the brains of these two groups are very similar. 1a. Brain stem is the innermost part of the brain located where medulla and together they help regulate breathing and heartbeat. This goes for both normal...

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Nervous system, Brain, Neuroscience, Cerebrum, Neuropsychology, Consciousness studies, Lateralization of brain function, Split-brain, Cerebral hemisphere, Emotional lateralization, Brain asymmetry
Virtual Reality Reduces Phantom Pain in Paraplegic
s When someone mentions virtual reality (VR), we immediately begin to think about video games. However, this notion is beginning to change since gaming isn\'t the only primary use of virtual reality. This technology has proved to be useful in a number of fields from medicine, business, architecture to manufacturing. In medicine for example, neuroscientist Olaf Blanke and his team at EPFL, Switzerland found a way to use virtual reality to help reduce phantom pain in paraplegics according to rece...

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Perception, Virtual reality, Pain, Acute pain, Nociception, Phantom pain
13 Things Science Says Will Make You Much Happier
By Dr. Travis Bradberry Coauthor of EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE 2.0 & President at TalentSmart Published on February 24, 2016 Featured in: What Inspires Me Getty Images It\'s no secret that we\'re obsessed with happiness. After all, the "pursuit of happiness" is even enshrined in the Declaration of Independence. But happiness is fleeting. How can we find it and keep it alive? Psychologists at the University of California have discovered some fascinating things about happiness that could change y...

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Happiness, Psychology, Positive psychology, Ethics, Emotions, Philosophy, Economic ideologies, Pleasure, Hedonic treadmill, The Art of Happiness, Well-being contributing factors
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Kat Gelsone FIQWS Children\'s Literature 25 September 2017 Summary Response Comics are often seen as structures of panels that portray images that often represent and develop a more significant connotation. Scott McCloud, the author of "Understanding Comics" allows individuals to see how comics are frequently broken down. In the second chapter, the vocabulary of these comics is depicted. He creates visuals and provides inferences that show how comics should be evaluated. His main argument focus...

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Fiction, Comics, Calvin and Hobbes, Literature, Non-fiction comics, Scott McCloud, Understanding Comics, Hobbes, Calvin, McCloud, Comic book
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Natasha Herring FIQWS 10108 23 October 2017 Protectors or Violators of Human Rights? A united group of people are gathered around, holding hands in the dark of the night protesting and standing up for their rights because some people believe the color of their skin is problem. Wake up, racism still exists. When you look back upon our history and think about all of the issues that have transpired and still exist, racism is most definitely at the top of the list. Why is that and who is responsibl...

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Ferguson, Missouri, Prevention, Race and crime in the United States, United States, Law enforcement, Safety, Black Lives Matter, Ferguson unrest, Police, Police brutality, Draft:Police Community Relations
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PSY 102 Bob Melara 25 September 2017 Using the Correlational Method to Study the Divided Brain The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the correlational method as a means for examining the relationship between functions of the left and right hemispheres. I will compare the performance of people with intact brains with the performance of so-called split-brain patients. In many ways, the brains of these two groups are very similar. 1a. For instance, there is a region known as the brain stem whic...

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Brain, Nervous system, Cerebrum, Neuroscience, Corpus callosum, Consciousness studies, Neuropsychology, Lateralization of brain function, Split-brain, Cerebral hemisphere, Limbic system, Cerebral cortex
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Bob Melara PSY 102 27 October 2017 The purpose of this paper is to use the habituation technique in young infants to evaluate one hypothesis derived from Piaget\'s theory of cognitive development. I will compare 5-months olds in a task that involves possible and impossible outcomes. Piaget\'s theory specifies the cognitive competencies of children of this age. In the duration of this time, children undergo a period known as the sensorimotor stage. 1a. From when a child is born to approximately...

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Human development, Psychology, Cognitive science, Child development, Developmental psychology, Cognitive psychology, Learning, Constructivism, Habituation, Object permanence, Jean Piaget, Piaget's theory of cognitive development
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Natasha Herring FIQWS 10108, HA17 20 November 2017 Women, Inferior to Men? Gender roles have often been a conventional way for various countries to express their ideas and culture. This has been helpful in providing a basis for outside citizens to understand the dynamics of the given country. Women especially, are continually held to specific standards to which they have to adhere and follow as a traditional woman of that specific region. Sandra Cisneros portrays the values and treatment women...

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Gender, Biology, Identity, Social status, Sexism, Social inequality, Sandra Cisneros, Gender role, Sociology of gender, Gender inequality, Feminism, Woman Hollering Creek and Other Stories
Using the Habituation Technique to Evaluate a Piag
etian HypothesisThe purpose of this paper is to use the habituation technique in young infants to evaluate one hypothesis derived from Piaget\'s theory of cognitive development. I will compare 5-months olds in a task that involves possible and impossible outcomes. Piaget\'s theory specifies the cognitive competencies of children of this age. 1a. The sensorimotor stage begins at birth and extends until the child is about 2 years old. During the stage, children are trying to explore and understand...

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Human development, Cognitive science, Psychology, Child development, Cognitive psychology, Developmental psychology, Constructivism, Cognition, Object permanence, Jean Piaget, Piaget's theory of cognitive development, Habituation
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AP Language & Composition Period 6 Ms. Kiley 2/23/15 Rhetorical Analysis Wife and mother, Judy Brady, in her essay, "I Want a Wife", brings attention to the double standard society has enforced by slyly ridiculing the position of a husband within marriage. As a feminist, Brady\'s sole purpose is to make her audience aware of how involved a wife is in her husband\'s life and how women, wives and mothers especially, are expected to conform to rigid gender roles set in place. She adopts an agg...

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Family, Gender, Anthropology, Human behavior, Marriage, Behavior, Spouses, Wife, Gender role, Husband, Family economics
Stratification Media Analysis
SOC/100 Dr. V By: Amanda Deberry When we think about televisions shows, you have a million things that you can come up with when it comes to TV shows. However does anything like racism, social class, sexism comes to mind, No it doesn\'t anyway there are shows on TV that have all these things that can affect anyone. When you think of life itself, you want thinks to be peaceful and equal for all but then we would be leaving in a dream world that does not exist. This paper will discuss all the imp...

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Autonomy, Metaphysics, Social philosophy, Will, Racism, Ethics, Philosophy, Reality, Wings of Heaven
By: Amanda DeBerry
Chronic Disease the condition of being grossly fat or overweight Obesity occurs over time when you eat more calories than you use. The balance between calories-in and calories-out differs for each person Obesity what IS OBESITY Obesity is one of the most pervasive, chronic diseases in need of new strategies for medical treatment and prevention. Obesity is defined as excess adipose tissue. high prevalence of obesity continues to strain the United States healthcare system. There are many ways you...

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Obesity, Health, Medicine, Clinical medicine, Overweight, Body mass index, Weight gain, Adipose tissue, Childhood obesity, Epidemiology of obesity
Biological Evidence paper
CJA/215 Instructor: Mike Catanzarita By: Amanda DeBerry Have you ever wonder what happens on a crime scene like all the steps when something bad happens. Well in this paper, you will get a first read on how things happen on a crime scene also what they look for and why they look for these things. I will discuss and describe the biological evidence obtained during a crime scene, also identify preservation and collection of the various types of biological evidence. Gathering psychical evidence or...

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Evidence law, Biology, Forensic evidence, Law, Epistemology, Crime scene, DNA profiling, Chain of custody, Evidence, Forensic science, DNA, False evidence
Addiction Movie Analysis
SCI/163 Kelsy Federico By: Amanda DeBerry Addiction is something that has haunted many people over the years, it is something that you just cannot quit cold turkey you have to have medical help when battle this. Addiction can come from drugs, pills, and even alcohols many people do these things to have a good time any many do it because they are stress or depressed. However, it does not make it ok to overdue these things because they can affect your health and even kill you. You can never know...

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Neuroscience, Neurochemistry, Euphoriants, RTT, Medicine, Drug culture, Abnormal psychology, Addiction, Heroin, Cocaine, Addictive personality, Internet addiction disorder
Criminal Law Foundation Evaluation
CJA/484 Linda Fisher-Lewis By: Amanda DeBerry The United States goes by a set of rules in which they have to follow these safeguards are here to protect us from bad people that do not follow the rules. Juvenile and adults court will never be the same and they have many different things that they do . When dealing with the amendments they are here to also protect us and serve us the right way and give the citizens\' a fair trial. There will always be someone around to break a crime and the court...

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Law, Criminal procedure, Criminal law, Government, Eminent domain, Fifth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Miranda warning, Fourth Amendment to the United States Constitution, Right to a fair trial, Jury trial, Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, United States Bill of Rights
Comparative Analysis:
The Evolution of the Death Penalty The Evolution of the Death Penalty Shawn Brewer, Amanda Deberry, Kim Hebert, Jason Johnson, Lewis Nicholson Dr. J. Bradway CJA/385 May 29,2017 What’s the issue with death penalty The death penalty has been around for years back in the B.C days and even the new age. Many governments have lethal injections But they did have the electric chair Most of the free world has abolished the death penalty, but most states still use it but its called capital punishment....

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Capital punishment, Law, Penology, Social policy, Capital punishment in Georgia, Philosophy of law, Ethics
Applying the Sociological Perspective
Soc/100 Dr. V By Amanda Deberry The work place is a place to work and build friendships at some point, you are always to be professional at work but we all know that this does not happen all the time. We as adults have feeling any many of these thing show in the work place no matter how hard you try to hide them they will always come out. The work place has many conflicts when it comes to employees and even the employers, you have people that are not always professional and then you have employ...

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Workplace, Employment, Protectionism, Human behavior, Sociological imagination, Workplace bullying, Workplace romance
Alternative Solution Proposal
CJA/385 By Amanda DeBerry Dr. Jacquelyn Bradway To understand criminal justice you have to know the rules and policy they have set and why. Crimes as dated back to the old ages way before I was born, but in order for criminal justice to take a lead crime had to be high. This then leaded to the policy makers that come up with policies that would reduce crime. As we know, racial profiling has been at an all-time high all over America. Many African American people have lost their life due to sense...

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Offender profiling, Race and society, Social inequality, Race and crime, Racial profiling, Human behavior, Criminology, Profiling, Discrimination, Draft:Racial and Ethnic Groups in Fresno
Notes/Explanation
This is an advantage that can be read by an affirmative that curtails any (arguably) unconstitutional surveillance practice. Additional "links" or "internal links" (X program is unconstitutional) will be found in the relevant affirmative files. 1AC 1AC — Contractualism Version First, mass surveillance is unconstitutional because it violates the Fourth Amendment. The Freedom Act was a net-negative because it extended unconstitutional programs. Marthews 14 —Alex Marthews, National Chair at Re...

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University of Phoenix Material
Climate Change Comparison Resources: Case studies from Ch. 20 of the text. . Case 1: Water Issues in the Arid American Southwest . Case 2: Soil Salinization in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Consider the following statements: . Climate change is not only a scientific issue but also a political issue. . There is a relationship between human activity and physical geography Create a comparison of the effects on Coastline Formations and Arid Landscapes. Response in at least 70 per box. |Address for both:...

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Physical geography, Climatology, Meteorology, Atmospheric sciences, Arid, Climate, Soil
University of Phoenix Material
Week 2 Nutrition and Physical Fitness Plan Instructions 1. Create a meal diary for yourself for one day. Create a healthy version of each meal and snack and an unhealthy version. Write a summary of the meal including the required elements listed. Include references in APA format for any sources used. Answer the questions located below the tables. | |Healthy Meal Components|Meal summary including calories, fat,| | | | | | | |and general health value | | |Bowl of cereal | | |Breakfas| |Calories |...

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Food and drink, Personal life, Nutrition, Lay's, French fries, Cooking, Trans fat, HER
Physical and Mental health
Andrea Lee SCI/163 30October2017 GINNENE DISTEFANO Physical and Mental Health My current fitness and nutritional habits are non existent. I used to do pretty well when I was in the army, but when I got out it was a bit more difficult since I wasn\'t working out or eating army food anymore. I have been struggling the last half the year financially so I\'m not eating regularly or eating like real food and not like a bag of chips. My mental health is better than how it was. I spent nineteen year f...

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Health, RTT, Personal life, Medicine, Obesity, Bariatrics, Diabetes, Body shape, Cardiovascular disease, Psychological stress, Stress, Mental health
Atmosphere Diagram
Andrea Lee GEO/187 2October2017 Suzanne Mcininch Atmosphere Diagram Clouds can be further classified based on their altitude, with three categories present. High clouds are usually found at altitudes greater than 6 km (20,000 ft.) and generally consist of cirrus clouds because very little water vapor is present and the temperatures are cold. Middle clouds range between approximately 2 km and 6 km (6500 ft. and 20,000 ft.) and include cumulus and stratus clouds that form during intervals of stab...

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Meteorology, Sky, Observational astronomy, Cumulus, Cirrus, Stratus, Cumulus cloud, Cirrus cloud, Cloud, Stratus cloud, Cumulonimbus cloud, Weather fronts
University of Phoenix Material
Climate Change Comparison Resources: Case studies from Ch. 20 of the text. . Case 1: Water Issues in the Arid American Southwest . Case 2: Soil Salinization in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands Consider the following statements: . Climate change is not only a scientific issue but also a political issue. . There is a relationship between human activity and physical geography Create a comparison of the effects on Coastline Formations and Arid Landscapes. Response in at least 70 per box. |Address for both:...

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Physical geography, Climatology, Coastal engineering, Coastal hazards, Climate, Lake, Arid, Beach
Abdulrahman Alshahri
What do you think Armand is going to do? In the story Desiree\'s Baby, we know what happened to the young mother Desiree\'s in the end, but we do not know about what Armand is going to do after he read his mother\'s letter. We notice that Chopin does not explain if the letter surprised him, or even if he read it for the first time at the end of the story. Chopin wanted this to remain an open question especially since the story is more interesting with an inconclusive end. Some may think that Ar...

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Classical music, Dsires Baby, Frdric Chopin, Music, Piano
Black Families In Mental Health
What is mental health? A lot of times when we think of mental health we think it just has something to do with just the brain. Mental health is a person\'s condition with their psychological and emotional well being. Any part of the body including the brain can get sick. Yes you have to be physically healthy but also mentally. It all combines in one to consider being all around "healthy". Below I will be discussing mental health in black families and comparing and contrasting articles views and...

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Health, Psychiatry, Medicine, Medical ethics, Psychiatric assessment, Psychiatric diagnosis, Psychopathology, Mental health, Social constructionism, Mental disorder, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Mind
Criticizing Rhetoric with Rhetoric by Nina G Herna
Criticizing Rhetoric with Rhetoric by Nina G Hernandez Plato\'s critique on the Sophists " practice of teaching virtue is a crucial moment for the study of rhetoric . Sophists were the most controversial rhetoric at the time in Athens, and thus a perfect target for Plato. Plato\'s Gorgias was part of Plato\'s thirty-year-long atta ck on rhetoric . Plato starts a battle of philosophy vs rhetoric , as he focused on attacking the morality of the S o phistic rhetoric . Plato addresses the major iss...

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Ancient Greek philosophy, Philosophy, 1st millennium BC, Dialogues of Plato, Socratic dialogues, Sophists, Gorgias, Rhetoric, Plato, Polus, Socrates, Against the Sophists
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RHE 330D Professor Jay Voss April 14 th , 2017 Seneca\' s contribution to Modern T imes Montaigne and Hume are both impor tant philosophers of their time. They belonged in different eras, both the French Renaissance and the British Enlight en ment had a heavy influence in Europe\'s ideologies . The Renaissance was considered the rebirth of humanism whereas the E nlightenment claimed scientific certainty. As a philosopher, Hume approached the themes of politics, morality , and literacy. Montaign...

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Philosophy, Literature, Epistemologists, French nobility, Michel de Montaigne, Skeptics, Epistemology, Philosophical movements, Essays, Humanism, Seneca people, Seneca the Younger
The R hetorical S tyle of St. Agustine
The R hetorical S tyle of St. Agustine St. Agustine of Hippo lived in the 350AD on the fringe of the rapidly declining Roman Empire, in the North African town of Hippo. He served as bishop for 35 years and helped e stablish the intellectual foundations of Christianity with his work in the early Middle Ages . He proved to be popular and inspirational to his largely poor and uneducated congregation. He became interested in the study of rhetoric and taught at Carthage, Milan , and Rome. He underst...

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Philosophy, Ancient Greek philosophy, 1st millennium BC, Communication studies, Narratology, Rhetoric, Cicero, Socrates, Augustine of Hippo, Public speaking, Plato, Republic
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Fatema Amijee RHE309K December 2016 Where do we draw the line? Morality is present in everything we do. W e pass this knowledge to our children by teaching them stories where characters are punished when they don\'t abide to the moral laws. As we get older these norms become natural and it is easier for us to define what is morally and socially acceptable. W e don\'t normally question the source of what seems to be this "common knowledge." Does morality require the existence of God? Or is moral...

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Philosophy, Ethics, Philosophy of religion, Religious ethics, Dichotomies, Value, Divine command theory, Euthyphro, Euthyphro dilemma, Good and evil, Good, Morality
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Nina Hernandez Final Exam GOV 337 Professor Greene May 10th 2017 A1 Before it s change after the economic debt crisis of 1982, Mexico worked under the Import Substitution Model (ISI) which involved the uses of import tariffs in order to make products made in Mexico more competitive and creating a natural link between labor and capital . This system encouraged the production and consumption of products made in Mexico to stimulate the economy . The incorporation of labor and peasan ts created pol...

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Demography, Mexico, Human geography, Population, Human migration, Criminal law, Illegal immigration, Morality, Mexican peso crisis, Institutional Revolutionary Party, Immigration, North American Free Trade Agreement
Through The Mind Of An Adolescent
Nicholas Panayotakos Paul Brunet Child Development Summary In her TED-Talks presentation, Dr. Sarah-Jayne Blakemore; a professor of cognitive neuroscience at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London (UCL); walks us through her study findings on adolescent behavior and their brain development. Two studies were conducted to examine these topics. These studies bring to the surface the empirical reasons why adolescence is just as significant as childhood, specifically in t...

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Neuroscience, Nervous system, Brain, Educational psychology, Neuroimaging, Adolescence, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Prefrontal cortex, Human brain, Electroencephalography, Neuroimaging intelligence testing
EVALUATING AND DEVELOPING THE SKILL OF TIME MANAGE
MENT NICHOLAS PANAYOTAKOS PROFESSOR AHMED ILMI SSH102 This paper will function as a continuation of my learning project, I will further elaborate on my topic of interest, time management, as it has proven to be a difficult challenge. Nonetheless, I found the challenge to be quite compelling. Through my attempt to find empirical data on this topic, I was inspired by certain studies, readings, and notes that were applicable to it. The readings and notes came usually in smaller scales—at least i...

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Education, Philosophy, Psychology, Educational psychology, Learning, Spirituality, Critical thinking, Philosophy of education, Thought, Delayed gratification, Bell hooks, Wisdom
Matching and Mismatching Manipulated and Unmanipul
ated Passport Photographs in a Six-Second Time Frame Nicholas Panayotakos Ryerson University Dr. Julia Spaniol Abstract Based on the study of Benedikt Emanuel Wirth and Claus-Christian Carbon (2017) we conducted a similar, but shorter, experiment in a classroom of 71 participants. As the participants, our job was to observe two passport photographs of unfamiliar faces, side by side, in a six-second time frame period and we were to determine if the individuals portrayed in the pictures were matc...

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Design of experiments, Causal inference, Experiment, Research, Cognition, Knowledge, Neuroscience
Topic 3
Nicholas Panayotakos Ryerson University Dr. David Checkland After the foundation of psychology, as a science and a tool of understanding human behavior, a natural synthesis between itself and philosophy was bound to occur. Individuals of both sides, but mostly philosophers, searched for connections between the two, looking for answers to their questions, or even deepening their understanding of their practice. One of those individuals is named Jerry Alan Fodor, philosopher, and cognitive scient...

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Metaphysics, Philosophy, Cognitive science, Theory of mind, Ontology, Mindbody problem, Emergence, Jerry Fodor, Functionalism, Materialism, Mind, Dualism
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First Essay Problems in Philosophy Ryerson University Robert Murray Going back in the times of ancient Greece we can find astonishing minds that pursued the path of discovering the truth of the cosmos, uncovering the mysticism that revolves around it, and what are the fundamentals of life as we know it. Two of those minds are also known as two of the greatest philosophers of western civilization; Plato and Aristotle. Plato and Aristotle were mentor and mentee, teacher and student, however, they...

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Philosophy, Metaphysics, Ancient Greek philosophy, Epistemology, Ontology, Platonism, Cognition, Form, Theory of forms, Problem of universals, Aristotle, Plato
6 Easy Lessons in SPonges
Lesson 1: Are sponges animals or plants? Despite looking like a plant growing from the ocean floor, sea sponges do not photosynthesise, but rather consume organic matter from the ocean around them, which makes them an animal. Sponges are classified into three species based on their skeleton, whether its made from glass (silicon), calcium carbonate or organic matter. In the Research School of Earth Sciences, research is focused specifically on silicon skeleton sponges that can be found in fresh...

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Sponge, Apoikozoa, Animal, Filozoa, Ceractinomorpha, Water, Aquaculture of sea sponges, 24-Isopropylcholestane
Navigating DegreeWorks
A Roadmap to Your Degree Presenter: Emily Schrynemakers CCAPP/Division of Sciencestyle.visibilitystyle.visibilitystyle.visibility What is DegreeWorks? A digital checklist of your degree requirements It maps courses you have completed at City College into categories For transfer students, it includes courses from previous colleges (if the transfer credits were evaluated) An easy way to see what you have completed / what is still left to obtain your degree Closely tied with financial aid eligibil...

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Academic transfer, Education, Knowledge, Behavior modification, Transfer credit, Course credit, Course, Transcript, City University of New York, City College of New York, Major
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Fall 2017 The City College of New
Fall 2017 The City College of New York Chemistry 10401 General Chemistry II Instructor: Professor Elisabeth Wondimu Phone: 212-650-6073 Email: [email protected] Office Hours for Prof. Wondimu Monday, 5-6 pm and Wednesday, 7:30-8:30pm - room MR1031. Textbook and supporting materials: What You Need You will be required to have materials from McGraw-Hill Education which include the textbook (or eBook) and Connect (which includes LearnSmart, your adaptive online study tool, and SmartBook, your...

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Education, Behavior modification, Academic dishonesty, Misconduct, Course, Textbook, Titration, Susquehanna Valley
Evalua tion of Corporate Performance
Evalua tion of Corporate Performance BUS 401 - Principles of Finance Instructor: , 2017 Evaluation of Corporate Performance The Coca-Cola Company, headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia since 1979, manufactures products in the beverage industry on a massive scale. The Coca-Cola brand is known worldwide. In fact, there are only two countries where their products are not offered…Cuba and North Korea ("There Are Now Only Two Countries in The World Where Coca-Cola Doesn\'t Do Business", 2012) . Myanma...

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Food and drink, Cola, Soft drinks, Patent medicines, Coca-Cola, The Coca-Cola Company, Pepsi, Diet Coke, Financial ratio, Equity, Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Northern New England, Coca-Cola European Partners
Porsche's Analysis
Porsche\'s Analysis Melissa Robinson BUS 402 - Strategic Management & Business Policy Instructor: Dr. Gregory Goussak October 16 , 2017 Porsche\'s Analysis Starting out as an engineering firm, Porsche is now an automotive manufacturer that specializ es in building luxury sports cars and SUV\'s . Porsche is an exceptional company that generates the majority of its revenue from selling the luxury vehicles it builds . In 2016 alone, their profits were posted at $4.1 billion (Stock, 2017). This...

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Transport, Private transport, Automotive industry, Sports cars, Coups, Volkswagen Group, Convertibles, Flagship vehicles, Porsche, Volkswagen, Porsche SE, Porsche in motorsport
Identifying and Managing Risk
BUS 401 - Principles of Finance Instructor: , 2017 Identifying and Managing Risk What is risk management? R isk management is " the practice of defining the risk level a firm \'s desires, identifying the risk level a firm currently has, and using derivatives or other financial instruments to adjust the actual level of risk to the desired level of risk " (Labovic & Damnjanovic, 2008) . Kallman ( 2008) says it is important to manage risk associated with the aspects generating values. There ar...

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Actuarial science, Security, Risk, Prevention, Project management, Safety, Risk management, Computer security, Financial risk, Threat, IT risk management, Security management
Financial Management Challenges and Ethics
Name BUS 401 - Principles of Finance Instructor: , 2017 Financial Management Challenges and Ethics No matter the type of business or where they are located, all businesses have a commonality of keeping financial integrity and they all have competition. Both, financial integrity and competition, can have managers pulling out their hair and giving even the best managers hard choices to make. Both of these challenges have their own set of rules and managers must be aware of both at all times. What...

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Ethics, Applied ethics, Philosophy, Business ethics, Integrity, Management, Value ethics)
Porsche's Analysis
Porsche\'s Analysis Melissa Robinson BUS 402 - Strategic Management & Business Policy Instructor: Dr. Gregory Goussak October 16 , 2017 Porsche\'s Analysis Starting out as an engineering firm, Porsche is now an automotive manufacturer that specializ es in building luxury sports cars and SUV\'s . Porsche is an exceptional company that generates the majority of its revenue from selling the luxury vehicles it builds . In 2016 alone, their profits were posted at $4.1 billion (Stock, 2017). This...

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Transport, Private transport, Automotive industry, Sports cars, Coups, Volkswagen Group, Convertibles, Flagship vehicles, Porsche, Volkswagen, Porsche SE, Porsche in motorsport
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re and the use of techniques Creationism Should not be Taught in School Science Classes as an Alternative to Evolution. My view is that creationism is not a science, it is a belief. Because it is a belief it has no place being taught as a science, and hence does not belong in a science classroom.[1] I will not only show that creationism is wrong, but also that evolution is the only reasonable explanation for the development of life.[2] There is no physical or scientific evidence that supports t...

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Denialism, Creationism, Pseudoscience, Science, Religion, Creation myths, Theism, Intelligent design, Relationship between religion and science, Creationevolution controversy, Objections to evolution
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The following winning essay was submitted in 2009 by a UK higher education student for an essay writing competition sponsored by the LearnHigher Centre of Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) network. The set title was \'What is the point of referencing?\', and there was a maximum word limit of 1,500 words. There is a tutor commentary on the points made by the student to the left of the essay. | |What is the point of referencing? | | |The reasons why accurate referencing is essential | |T...

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Bibliography, Knowledge, Reference, Philosophy, Education, Writing, Arguments, Logic, Citation, Essay, Parenthetical referencing, Plagiarism