• Study Smog California Million
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    This past summer, a team of scientists in California assembled to study the state's famous smog problem. Armed with $6 million in federal and state funds, the researchers gathered their equipment -- dozens of weather balloons, an array of small airplanes, smog meters and lasers. While they waited for the smog to show up, California enjoyed one of its clearest summers ever. During the study period, from June 15 to October 15, there was only one day -- July 4 -- when the air over Los Angeles was d...
  • Mdma Users Study Participants Conducted
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    Nadia A S hash Earleywine/ Todd Haskell Can there be a Relationship between Ecstasy and Memory in the Human Body Target Article: Parrott, A. C & Lasky, J. (1998) Ecstasy (MDMA) effects upon mood and cognition: before, during and after a Saturday night dance. Psychopharmacology, 139, 261-268. Additional Article: Parrot, A. C. , Lees, A. , Garnham, N. J. , Jones, M. , & Wesnes, K. (1998). Cognitive performance in recreational users of MDMA of ecstasy: evidence for memory deficits. Journal of Psy...
  • Drug Abuse Study Drugs Link
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    Addiction to drugs is a very serious problem. This can be defined as the continued involvement with a substance or activity despite ongoing negative consequences. These behaviors usually provide a sense of pleasure in the beginning. These pleasures can only be achieved through drug use and other harmful acts. The two types of drug addictions are psychological and physiological. These two types of addictions are so intertwined and related that it is often hard to tell them a part. Physiological ...
  • Reducing The Risk Of Hiv Among Adolescent Girls
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    According to the CDC, the majority of female adolescents will have had at least one sexual partner by the time they reach the age of 18. Once reserved for high school students, sex ed is now being introduced in junior high and even elementary schools. It is undeniable that our teenagers are becoming sexually active earlier and inevitably, are vulnerable to sexually transmitted infections and HIV. While it is impossible to alter the choices of sexually active teens once they have been made, it is...
  • Study Of Islam Section Islamic Religion
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    Mission Statement for The Study of Islam Section @ the American Academy of Religion The American Academy of Religion is the world's largest learned society and professional association of scholars and teachers in the field of religion. Through academic conferences, publications and a variety of program and membership services, the American Academy of Religion (AAR) fosters excellence in scholarship and teaching. It also aims to advance publication and scholarly communication on religion; to welc...
  • Friendship Expectations Of Early Adolescents In Cuba And Canada
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    Friendship Expectations of Early Adolescents in Cuba and Canada Gonzales, Y. S. , & Moreno, D. S. , & Schneider, B. H. (2004). Friendship expectations of early adolescents in Cuba and Canada. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 35, 436-445. The article entitled "Friendship Expectations of Early Adolescents in Cuba and Canada" is a study done to see whether the emphasis of character education, as in Cuba, or moral education, as in Canada, create different types of friendships in developing ado...
  • The Benefits Of Study Hall At Cushing Academy
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    "Mark, you are won't get anywhere without studying", His mother use to tell him when he use to waist all his time playing rather that studying. Mark wasn't such a good student because he wouldn't spend any time studying, until one day his parents decided to send him to Cushing Academy, a boarding school in the USA, which they knew it was going to improve his study habits and help him being more responsible. But what really amazed his parents was this period of time used to study called "Study Ha...
  • Television Violence Study Aggression Studies
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    This literature review is based on the effects of television violence on children. More specifically, it deals with the relationship found between television violence and aggression found in young children. I chose this topic because I found it interesting to learn that studies have indeed found a connection between television viewing and the behavior of people, especially children. The first study reviewed is entitled 'Television Violence and Children's Aggression: Testing the Priming. Social ...
  • Government Allowing Marijuana Use For Aids
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    Marijuana-for-AIDS Study The first domestic study of marijuana's effects on AIDS patients is expected to begin in May in San Francisco. While this preliminary study is designed to focus on whether marijuana is safe enough for AIDS patients to use, it is the first clinical trial in 15 years that would obtain any data whatsoever on marijuana's medical effectiveness. On September 18, 1997, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) announced that it would give Donald Abrams, M. D. , a grant to st...
  • Tv Violence Study Aggression Television
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    This essay is based on the effects of television violence on children. More specifically, it deals with the relationship found between television violence and aggression found in young children. I chose this topic because I found it interesting to learn that many studies have found a connection between television viewing and the behavior of people, especially children. The first study found is called "Television Violence and Children's Aggression," by Wendy Josephson. Josephson begins her study...
  • Parental Hostility Study Parent Child
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    The study was called "Parental Hostility: Impact on the Family." Wesley D. Alan, Java Kashan i, and John Reid conducted this study. This study is the first effort to systematically examine the effects that parental hostility has on a child and the family. The experimenters anticipated that parental hostility would be connected with extended levels of child psychopathology. One hundred children, ages 7 to 12, from an inpatient unit in a university affiliated community mental health center served ...
  • Student Grants And Holland
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    Student grants In America there is a system for the student grants. They cover the full costs of a study at higher education. In Holland there is not such a system. Of course there are certain limited student grants but they do not cover the full expenses of an education. It would be an improvement for the school system and the economy of this country to hand out such scholarships. At first by handing out such grants you give everyone the chance to study at a higher education society. You will ...
  • Anthropology Vs Psychology Essay
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    Psychology and anthropology are popular fields to study in the world today. Everyday, new discoveries are found, new information is gathered, and worthwhile experiments are being performed. Both fields of study are providing the people with answers about themselves and other people around the globe. It is hard to say if anthropology or pyschology provides us with more of an insight into how we function in the world as human beings. There are three main similarities between psychology and anthrop...
  • Peer Pressures Study People Lot
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    Nowadays, with the quickly development of society, there are a lot of competitions in the world. People feel more and more stresses. Of course it includes peer pressure. I think peer pressures mainly come from jobs, study and some special conditions. More and more competition is in the jobs. For example, some people are better than you in jobs, so you will feel a lot of pressures. If your boss enjoys another people better, you also feel a lot of pressures. On another side, if your friend gets a...
  • Comparison Of Smoothies Study Sugar Fat
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    Project #1 Title: Smoothies: The Best of Drinks, The Worst of Drinks Journal: Environmental Nutrition, August 1999, Vol. 22, Issue 8, pg 5, 1 pg, 1 chart What was the purpose of the study? The study's purpose was to discover the health benefits of smoothies and also to compare smoothie types, particularly the calories, fat, sugar and protein in various flavors and brands. What was the research question? The research question was: How do popular smoothies stack up to one another in regards to cal...
  • Eating Attitudes Study Characteristics Personality
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    Klum p, K. L. , Mcgee, M. , & Icono, W. G. (2002). Genetic Relationship Between Personality and Eating Attitudes and Behaviors. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 111, 380-389. Retrieved October 10, 2003 from Ovid database. In this study, the researchers originally took 676 16-18-year-old twins (111 twins did not complete part or all of the study and were therefore excluded) and analyzed their scores on the Minnesota Eating Disorders Inventory (M-EDI) and the Multidimensional Personality Questionn...
  • Home Schooling Study School Research
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    Abstract: Home schooling is one of the oldest school choice options available to parents and their children; however, it is not often regarded as a school choice option, nor has there been much review of how the advent of school choice may be affecting home schooling. According to widely-repeated estimates, as many as two million American children are schooled at home, with the number growing as much as 15 to 20 percent per year. At the same time, however, home schooling has received little atte...
  • Background Info On Geology
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    Geology, study of the planet earth, its rocky exterior, its history, and the processes that act upon it. Geology is also referred to as earth science and geoscience. The word geology comes from the Greek geo, "earth," and logia, "the study of." Geologists seek to understand how the earth formed and evolved into what it is today, as well as what made the earth capable of supporting life. Geologists study the changes that the earth has undergone as its physical, chemical, and biological systems ha...
  • Airway Fires Do Oxygen Enriched
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    Do oxygen-enriched atmospheres exist beneath surgical drapes and contribute to fire hazard potential in the operating room? Title/Abstract The title accurately reflects the description of the study undertaken, while the abstract describes the study, method, and supported outcome of the study. The research question is presented in an attempt to bias the reader is made by stating, " oxygen concentrations beneath the drapes were significantly reduced with the use of the scavenger system.' Methods u...
  • Black Man Stuttering American Male
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    Stuttering and the Black Male: Another Form of Discrimination Prepared by Cara Williams For English 399-01 Dr. Lee April 26, 2000 I. Introduction My study is on stutterers. I will be looking in depth at what stuttering is and how it affects African American males. I will be conducting a case study on a young man who stutters and the social implications of his dys fluency. This is important in the field of linguistics because the number of African American males who stutter surpasses any other gr...