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  • Research On Just Infants
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    Infant Attachment There has been many studies today on the attachment that an infant has with its parents' and surrounding objects. Once an infant has become familiar with any given object or any human, they tend to keep close in range. When that object or human is taken away from the infant they may begin to feel uncomfortable and it may throw the child off causing it to become confused and irritable. The main purpose of the studies is to show the close relationship and bond that a child has be...
  • Regional Economic Impacts Of Idaho State University
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    Regional Economic Impacts of Idaho State University, 1996 Dr. Richard Bowen, President of Idaho State University, requested the Center for Business Research to conduct a study of the impact of the University on Idaho, with particular emphasis on its regional impacts upon the Pocatello area. This publication reports the findings and results of that effort, which was begun in the fall of 1997. This report is a follow-up to, and a complete revision of, a previous study conducted in 1988 ("A Report ...
  • Majority Of Research On Vitamin C
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    Over the past few years, vitamin c has been a topic of controversy. There have been studies stating that vitamin c can help prevent many various health problems including cancer and other life threatening diseases. The major researcher and name associated with this side of the research is Dr. Linus Pauling. However, there have recently been some studies that refute Pauling's findings. These studies state that vitamin c has now been thought to have a negative effect on the body. However, the majo...
  • Review Of Human Communications Research Journal
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    This is a review of Human Communications Research (HCR) journal. It is published quarterly beginning in September (Fall) and ending in June (Summer). The review being done is on Volume 22, which extends from September 1995 to June 1996. The journal takes a behavioral science perspective in its research of human communications. Research areas include Interpersonal, organizational, mass communication, methodology, information systems and persuasion. HCR is a periodical that recognizes that the wor...
  • Cognitive And Social Psychology
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    Psychology (Ph. D. Code: PSY) Fields of study: Clinical, cognitive, and social psychology; neuroscience and behavior; visual perception. The program offers doctoral study for students who intend to become psychological scientists or scientist-practitioners. Students who plan to terminate their studies with the master's degree are not encouraged to apply. Admission is not limited to students with undergraduate backgrounds in psychology. Theory, method, and research experience in a number of areas...
  • Temperature And Skin To Skin Contact
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    Abstract The authors (Chiu, Anderson, & Burkhammer, 2005) of the article present all the essential components of the research study. There will be a decrease in temperature in the newborn if having difficulties breastfeeding while having skin-to-skin contact with the mother. That was the inferred hypothesis. The method used to gather the information was a pretest-test-post test study design and the sample consisted of 48 full-term infants. The key findings showed most infants reached and maintai...
  • Useful Research
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    Review of APA Statistical Guidelines: 'Predictive Value of Alexithymia: A Prospective Study in Somatizing Patients' The August 1999 article in the American Psychologist discusses proper statistical methods and how they should be utilized in journal articles. Using some of the guidelines put forth in the article, I will attempt to show the extent to which Bach & Bach (1995) follow these principles. The article in question investigates the role of alexithymia as a predictor of persistent somatizat...
  • Research Study
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    Running head: ACKNOWLEDGING FATIGUE OF TIRED WOMEN Acknowledging Unexplained Fatigue of Tired Women The title "Acknowledging Unexplained Fatigue of Tired Women" indicates a qualitative study. This study is applicable to women (aged 18 years or more) with the symptoms of fatigue, depression, sense of powerless, and body aches. The problem is stated clearly throughout the introduction. The background information illustrates that fatigue is not well understood. If the patterns associated with fatig...
  • Observational Methods Of Research
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    Is Ethnography a Suitable method for Research on Residential Satisfaction and Community Participation. Ethnography within its wider field of research is described as the study of people's behaviour in terms of social contexts, with emphasis on interaction in everyday situations (Lindsay, 1997). It is further defined as research that constitutes the art and science of describing a group or culture (Fetterman, 1989). However, the specific definition that will be used throughout this work, is that ...
  • Your Human Development And Family Studies Program
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    Since the beginning of my academic endeavors, I have long cherished a dream to be a member of the social science research community, which gives our society progressive insights into human ecology. I began my undergraduate studies at Ramapo College of New Jersey with a passion for ecological justice and with the intention of majoring in environmental studies. Ramapo College's progressive liberal arts foundation provided me with ample room to explore the multifarious array of social science cours...
  • Business Databases Classes
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    Journal 1 February 8, 2005 Echternacht, Lonnie & Wed maier, Cheryl. (2000) Business Professionals' and Business Educators' Perceptions of Database Competencies Needed for Entry-Level Employment. NATE, 34-39. How much education does a student need to receive a good job? The business world changes so much that a person is not able to keep up with the education that goes along. In the article it gives you the idea that a person can graduate from college and then in five years, what they learned is ...
  • Plenty Of Examples Of Qualitative Research
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    The qualitative approach to research largely came about as a result of disillusionment with the more scientific and numerically based quantitative approach, and basically sought "to describe and analyse the culture and behaviour of humans from the point of view of those being studied". A number of methods are employed to this end. For example, through the use of unstructured interviews, focus group analysis, case study analysis, and most commonly, participant observation i.e. where the researche...
  • Klatsky's Evidence For His Claims
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    Alcohol use has been widely studied and documented, as I have found in my research. One article in particular, 'Moderate Drinking and Reduced Risk of Heart Disease' by Arthur L. Klatsky, appears to be a good source that I will be able to use in my final research paper. This article will be a good source for two main reasons: first, Klatsky's article adds to my knowledge of my research topic, and second, Klatsky provides good evidence for his claim. Thus, Klatsky's article will help me write my f...
  • Possible Causes Of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
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    Abstract Sudden Infant Death Syndrome remains the leading cause of post-neonatal mortality (under the age of one) in developed countries. The causes of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome have been puzzling and research is being conducted to solve this catastrophic problem. Having a child under the age of one makes me very concerned, along with any other parent (s), that the possibility of SIDS could affect any infant at anytime, SIDS does not discriminate. I am seeking to find the possible causes to S...
  • Study As The Type Of Patients
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    Critique of Immediate Versus Delayed Fluid Resuscitation for Hypotensive Patients with Penetrating Torso Injuries using the Stetler Model David Johnson Scientific Inquiry in Nursing Introduction The purpose of this paper is to utilize the Stetler model of research utilization to critique a research article pertinent to my area of specialization. The Stetler (1994) model is based on an earlier model (Stetler & Marram, 1976) for critiquing and evaluating research for its use and application of fin...
  • Research Of The Way
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    Reading A Typology of Men Who Are Violent Toward Their Female Partners: Making Sense of the Heterogeneity in Husband Violence was quite an enlightening experience. This essay was the first exposure that I have encountered that had to do with research of the way psychological matters, such as batterers, should be analyzed and examined. There are so many ways to view things that sometimes researchers do not really become aware of the best way to view them until more research is done. This article ...
  • Sexual Abuse Among The Student Populations
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    The effects, both long and short, of child sexual abuse have been studied and researched numerous times in order to answer the many questions that relate child sexual abuse to psychopathology. This review is on seven different literature reviews that focus on the effects of child sexual abuse, and they all differ in one way or another. Some are simply focused on the effects, others with the sex of the victim, prevalence of abuse, the severity of disturbance, and other meta-analysis which consist...
  • Findings Of Previous Research Studies
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    Lastly, the Discussion is satisfactory in the way it interprets the findings of the study and relates them to the researcher's purpose for conducting the study in the first place. That is, Frick-Horbury agreeably makes generalizations based on the data. She shows how some of her hypotheses were verified, while others were not. Now I will be able to use some of these generalizations / conclusions to make hypotheses concerning my research topic. This is another sign that this research study contri...
  • Research Study
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    Research Critique Part I The ultimate goal of nursing research is the generation of an empirical knowledge base to guide nursing practice (Burns & Grove, 2003). With this goal in mind, Koniak-Griffin, Lesser, Uman, and Nyamathi, in their article "Teen Pregnancy, Motherhood, and Unprotected Sexual Activity" (2003), conducted a research study that examined the sexual behaviors and attitudes toward condom use of adolescent mothers from ethnic minority backgrounds. The purpose of this paper is to cr...
  • Effects Of Violent Video Games On Aggression
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    Abstract In April 20; 1999. Eric Harris and Dylan Kle bold launched an attack on Colombian High School in Littleton, Colorado, killing 13 people and wounding at least 23 others before turning the guns on themselves (Pooley, 1999). This incident ignited a lot of interest in this area with several studies being carried out to determine whether a relationship existed between the habit of playing violent video games and aggression in the youth. Craig Anderson and E. Dill carried out two studies to e...

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