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Aggression Psychology 4th period 2-25-04 · What is Aggression. · Mental processing and why. · How to prevent aggression. · Works cited. · 5 open forum facts. Anger may do more harm than any other emotion. First of all it is very common and, secondly, it upsets at least two people-the aggressor and the person aggressing. Anger is feeling mad in response to frustration or injury. You don\'t like what has happened and usually you\'d like to get revenge. Anger is an emotional-physiological-cognitive
Behavioural Psychology Behavioural psychology was an exceptionally popular movement during the 1950s. The ideas that inspired behaviourism were derived from the philosophy of John Locke and Jacques Loeb (Hayes, 1995). Behavioural psychology is essentially the study of not the mind, but the observable behaviour of the subject. The theory of behaviourism completely disregards the complexity of the unseen mind and instead focuses on the environmental factors that influence behaviour. Behaviourism h
:The Intelligence Quotient: The Contribution of Psychology to Standardized Social Darwinism “It is safe to predict that in the near future intelligence tests will bring tens of thousands of these high-grade defective under the surveillance and protection of society. This will ultimately result in curtailing the reproduction of feeble-mindedness and in the elimination of an enormous amount of crime, pauperism, and industrial inefficiency. It is hardly necessary to emphasize that the high-grade cas
Introduction to Islam Allah (God) Islam is the complete submission and obedience to Allah (God). The name Allah (God) in Islam never refers to Muhammad (pbuh), as many Christians may think; Allah is the personal name of God. What do Muslims believe about Allah? 1. He is the one God, Who has no partner. 2. Nothing is like Him. He is the Creator, not created, nor a part of His creation. 3. He is All-Powerful, absolutely Just. 4. There is no other entity in the entire universe worthy of worship bes
ISLAM 570--Birth of Muhammad into Quraysh, the ruling tribe of Mecca. Islamic tradition relates miraculous signs foretelling Muhammad\'s future greatness. Orphaned and raised by an uncle Abu Talib to be a trader. 595-Muhammad marries Khadijah a rich widow several years his senior. Earns reputation of Al-Amin --the faithful, for his virtue and wisdom. 610- The Night of Power (believed to be the 26th of Ramadan)--First revelation while meditating in a cave on Mt. Hira outside Mecca. Voices and vis
Biology Paper: Carbon Dating Period: 8 During the first part of class we talked about Isotopes and carbon dating. This subject caught my attention unlike other lessons, so I decided to do my report on this topic. It is not very controversial, the only controversy being if it is accurate or not. Carbon dating is controversial in that is shares some of the fundamental assumptions inherent to all Radiometric Dating techniques. In order for Carbon Dating to have any value, Carbon-14, produced in our
Climate Climate change is a growing concern as well, though it is somewhat debatable as to whether or not humans caused it. Natural changes in weather have had perhaps the greatest affect on biodiversity and ecological systems. The threat of humans shifting the climate is therefore extremely threatening to the natural environment. Were the average temperature to rise by several degrees Celsius, that warming would probably be followed by potentially large reorganizations of some ecological commun
Cloning Cloning is the process of creating a genetic Copy of an individual. Since the February 1997 announcement of the birth of a sheep cloned by Ian Wilmut, cloning research has increased alot. Cloning humans has recently become much more of a possibility in society than it was years ago. Scientists are on the edge of a huge breakthrough in the field of human cloning, and society must ask itself whether or not it should be allowed. Many arguments can be made for and against human cloning, but
General studies Task: Do the advantages outweigh the disadvantages of genetic engineering with specific reference to Gattaca? Gattaca, a film, takes place in the near future, in a time when genetic engineering technology is used is used to create a perfect society. Gatttaca’s main character, Vincent, is genetically inferior; he was conceived by natural birth, rather than genetically engineered, which means that throughout his life is guaranteed discrimination. Vincent has dreams of becoming a sc
Genetic Engineering History You would think that Genetic Engineering began recently, but it dates back to the 1800\'s with Charles Darwin’ s Theory of Evolution. His theory includes the five points of natural selection: 1. Variation in Populations Many variations are inherited from parents to their offspring. 2. Some Variations are Favorable Variations are favorable when they improve the organism\'s ability to function and reproduce in its own particular environment. 3. More Offspring than can
Genetically Modified Foods: to Eat or not to eat Abstract Genetically modified (GM) foods have been around for quite some time. Chances are, just about everyone has eaten some type of GM food product. With the new and developing technologies that the biotechnology industry has to offer, the GM food market has risen in leaps and bounds. A genetically modified food is a food that has had its genetic make-up altered in some way by DNA technology. It can involve the transfer of genes from one organi
Hydrothermal Vents- ecosystems below the sea The hydrothermal vents are essentially geysers on the sea floor that support unusual chemical based ecosystems. Some scientists think that vents are the origin environments where life began on Earth billions of years ago. And the vents might also hold clues to life on other planets. This ecosystem may be one of the most ancient of Earth and have had a long-term effect on global geochemical cycles, however it is one of the least well understood. Hydrot
In Vitro Fertilization IVF, also called In Vitro Fertilization is a new way of fertilizing eggs. There are specialists in this area and they specialize in reproductive physiology perform IVF in animals and humans. Those people help us get IVF, which works in several steps: 1. Retrieve the eggs and sperm from the bodies of the male (father) and the female (mother) 2. The eggs and sperm are placed together in a laboratory dish to facilitate fertilization 3. Fertilized eggs allow to develop in vitr
Natural Selection December 1, 2003 BSC1005 Fall Abstract: Charles Darwin is one of the most world scientists in the world. The reason why is his Natural selection theory. His theory basically states that the only real difference between mans existence, and animal/plant life’s, is the size of our brains. Our brains give us the intelligence to actually remember and try to look into the future which makes us the most dominant species on this planet. Introduction: In the “Descent of Man,” selection
Organic Evolution LBST 2231 April 16, 2004 Everybody knows the great debate about how the world became what it is and how the earth was created. Even though we are living in the technology age, there are still no certainties about how everything came to be how we see it today. This is mainly due to the obvious fact that there were no humans alive at the time earth was first created to record data on the earliest years of Earth. What we do know however, is that everything came about by something
Carnivalesque Resistance to Global Spectacle: A Critical Postmodern Theory of Public Administration April 12, 2001; Revised April 30, 2001 Pre-publication draft of article published in: Administrative Theory Praxis, Vol 23 (3): 431-458. Abstract I propose a critical postmodern application of Debord’s Spectacle and the carnivalesque of Bakhtin to the theatrics I see happening in city streets, on college campuses, and Internet resisting the new globalized economy. In the past decade pubic administ
Perspectives on Changes in Adulthood 1 Perspectives on Changes in Adulthood Adult and Family Development BSHS 380i 1.0 Date: October 21, 2002 Perspectives on Changes in Adulthood 2 Elizabeth Drew once stated, The world is not run by thought, nor by imagination, but by opinion, And I can see what she was saying. In this day in age, we have to be very careful to what we state as an opinion because you never know who you might be offending. Emotions are part of a management system to coordinate eac
Physiological Adaptations of the Plesiosaur for ‘Holding its Breath’ One hundred and fifty million years ago, large aquatic species of reptile such as the Plesiosaur dominated the ocean, and were pre-eminent predators of the sea. The branch of now extinct Plesiosaurs, or ‘near lizards’, evolved into variant closely related species specialised to take different niches in the food chain. Such species of Plesiosaur include the phenotypically similar Plesiosauroid and Pliosauroid. The physiological
Plants The four kinds of plants Plants are the link of the evolutionary chain that helped start life as we know it. Some 700 million years ago we had their first ancestors, algae, developed in the seas, 265 million years after that the first simple stalked plants we found outside the seas now but along their coasts and along streams (Starr, C. Taggart, R. pp.153). Through out the years plants have evolved to the ones we know today and can differentiate them by the following categories: Nonvascul
Antibiotics Today, our lives would not be the same without antibiotics. Antibiotics are substances derived from a microorganism that are able to inhibit or kill another microorganism. If antibiotics weren’t around, a large portion of the human population would be dead because silly bacteria couldn’t be gotten rid of. The advances in the field of medicine have been great because of antibiotics. Antibiotics have been studied for over 3000 years. Ancient peoples discovered that some molds could tre
The Andromeda Strain News Paper Article BIOTECHNOLOGY This Just in! BIOTECHNOLOGY and the effects on the human anatomy. How it works and what it is. What is it you may ask? Biotechnology in humans is the science by which scientists change or manage biological systems. Biotechnology in humans helps us to better understand the anatomy and apply learning’s to human medicine. Scientists do lab researches to understand the culture better. They do this by working with micro organisms and cells that th
Genetically Modified Food Table of contents Topic Page Abstract 2 Health 3-4 Environment 5-7 Farming 8-9 Economic 10 Thought of scientist 11-12 Conclusion 13 Reference 14 –15 Appendix 16 Abstract Genetically modified food or GM food is firstly introduced to the world since 1997 to 1999. GM foods are the product of mixing several genes into another food such as corn and tomato. Even though mixing gene will allow the food to grow faster but it may causes lots of harmful effects. This report will s
Human Cloning is Wrong I bet many of you have seen Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Multiplicity, or many of the other movies that describe cloning. Most of what you see in these movies is false. What you don\'t know if that cloning could be dangerous, to the clone and to our society as a whole. It\'s unethical to have a human clone. What about identity? Humans are guaranteed the right to their own personality. What would happen if we overrode those rights by giving them someone else\'s genetic identit
To believe or not to believe, Evolution? Composition 1 November 20, 2003 The topics of Creation science and evolutionary science have long been debated in schools churches and laboratories around the world. Faith and proven facts are two very different aspects in the pursuit of truth. Creation science is the belief that God created the universe. With hundreds of different religions around the world this theory varies in its ideas while primarily stating that a supreme being created all things of
The Values of the Invisible Man I awoke, there was a crash on the upper deck. I heard a thunderous crackling from my head above. I ran up the stairs and what I saw devastated me. The small wooden boat was completely coated in billowy flames. Help, help, somebody please! I slowly moved towards the sound being careful to dodge flames as much as possible. The smoke was choking me. I could see a faint outline of a face across the deck. It was Tom, my lifelong friend and companion. He was completely
Spiders SPIDERS Michelle Reynolds Pope Science January 06, 1999 Outline Title Introduction: I. The first sub-topic A. Distinctive Characteristics 1. Detail of the external anatomy 2. Detail of the sensory organs B. Circulation and locomotion 1. Detail of the circulitary system 2. Detail of the respiratory system II. The second sub-topic A. Digestion, Venom, and Spider Silk 1. Detail of the digestive system 2. Details of venom and spider silk Conclusion: Spiders are a very special unique and comp
Huckleberry Finn The world shouts at you, telling you that what you are doing is wrong and that you will face the consequences of your unimaginable actions. However, your heart, the thing which no society can truly master, tells you that helping this slave is the correct thing to do. Throughout the pages of “Huckleberry Finn”, written by Mark Twain, there are constant examples of how Huck’s morals were unique and just. Huck’s idea of right from wrong tends to be individual and independent from t
Space Imagery A new breed of spies are looking down on us without a hint of giving up their position to those on the ground. The Surveyor is soaring thousands of feet above us with a view that is better than any human eye. This new marvel to modern technology is actually a satellite that is equipped with expensive components to do complex processes like taking images of the earth from outer space. This entire process is called Space Imagery. Space Imagery The idea of getting an image from space
Term Paper on Gulliver\'s Travels Grade: A- School System: High School Many of the critics who have critiqued Jonathan Swift\'s Gulliver\'s Travels have used the word extraneous more then once. Swift was viewed as an insane person who was a failure in life. But this is far from the truth. Swift wrote Gulliver\'s Travels, a book that has been assigned to students for years, and it is written from experience. Swift\'s experience with the Tories and their conflicts with the Whigs caused him to writ
The Population Bomb By Paul Erhlich The book The Population Bomb, Paul Erhlich describes the impending problem of human overpopulation. Eventhough this book was written in the 1960’s, Erhlich still brings up many points which are still valid in today’s society. Environmental science often is not thought of by the public or the government, let alone the problem of human overpopulation, so this book served as one of the first looks into the issue. Environmental activists are often shunned as being
Predator/Prey Relationships The relationship between predators and their prey is an intricate and complicated relationship; covering a great area of scientific knowledge. This paper will examine the different relationships between predator and prey; focusing on the symbiotic relations between organisms, the wide range of defense mechanisms that are utilized by various examples of prey, and the influence between predators and prey concerning evolution and population structure. Symbiosis is the in
Renaissance vs. Modern Times Many people believe that the Renaissance and Contemporary times are related. However, the Renaissance Era was vastly different in comparison to modern times. In review of the early European Voyages of Exploration and the modern day explorations, there were major differences in the missions, motives, and the pursuit of answers to questions of those eras. The objective of my report is to discuss the differences in exploration and astronomy in the Renaissance period in
Acid Rain Scientists from around the globe have come to the conclusion that acid rain has to be regarded as a serious direct threat to our environment. This conclusion has been arrived upon from the study of concrete scientific evidence by way of the study of acid rain and its effects on the environment. Acid rain hurts both lakes and other bodies of water as well as vegetation. Many bodies of water are extremely sensitive to acid rain because they do not have the ability to neutralize it. Such
FREDRIC JAMESON AND THE LIMITS OF POSTMODERN THEORY by Sean Homer The impetus behind this paper has been the recent publication of Fredric Jameson\'s 1991 Welleck Lectures, The Seeds of Time.1 As these lectures were delivered a decade after Jameson\'s initial attempts to map the terrain of postmodernity it appeared to me to provide an occasion to reflect upon the current status of Jameson\'s highly influential and much criticised theory of postmodernism as the cultural logic of late capitalism.
EARTH The Earth, man\'s home, is a planet. The Earth has special characteristics, and these are important to man. It is the only planet known to have the right temperature and the right atmosphere to support the kind of environments and natural resources in which plants and man and other animals can survive. This fact is so important to man that he has developed a special science called ecology, which deals with the dependence of all living things will continue to survive on the planet. Many mil
Colin Ferguson Colin Ferguson 2 It was an average Tuesday evening, December 7, 1993, when a group of commuters on a Long Island Rail Road car came face to face with the sort of terror most people see only on television. Without warning, a Jamaican immigrant named Colin Ferguson pulled out a pistol and started firing at random, killing 6 passengers and wounding 19. After Ferguson was convicted and before he was sentenced, the survivors of his attack and the relatives of his victims got a rare cha
The Issue of Human Cloning The recent news of the successful cloning of an adult sheep-in which the sheep\'s DNA was inserted into an unfertilized sheep egg to produce a lamb with identical DNA-has generated an outpouring of ethical concerns. These concerns are not about Dolly, the now famous sheep, nor even about the considerable impact cloning may have on the animal breeding industry, but rather about the possibility of cloning humans. For the most part, however, the ethical concerns being rai
Marine Biology Career Study Project: Marine Biology Research Marine biology is the study of organisms that live in the sea. It deals with all forms of life in the oceans, from viruses so small they can be viewed only with the most powerful electronic microscopes to whales, the largest living animals. Marine biologists do numerous things in their working day. They describe and classify marine organisms. They try to determine how these organisms develop, how they obtain food, how they reproduce, h
Animal Research Animal research takes place everyday to improve human life. Scientists conduct tests on animals so the people of the world can live a better life; some of these test hurt the animals and sometimes the animal doesn\'t get hurt, but no matter what happens to the animal, the research was worth it. If the tested animals are put to use in a way that the human life is going to benefit, then the scientist has done his job. Scientists that conduct these tests are qualified doctors who ha
The Mysterious Creature One day in the year 2002 scientists were working in a lab together. One young scientist by accident knocked one beaker into another. The contents spilled and mixed together. He watched horrified as the two liquids bubbled. Then he screamed for a more advanced scientist to come over. “What have you done” said doctor Fields the head scientist. Don\'t you know that mixing these two chemicals together could be dangerous? We have never tried this before who knows what might ha
Cloning The cloning of humans may soon be a reality. The recent announcement of a sheep and calf cloned using this technique has sparked much controversy in the modern world. The ethical, legal, and moral aspects of cloning must be addressed by governments quickly and its implications must be taken into careful consideration for the future of mankind in general. On February 23, 1997, Ian Wilmut, a Scottish scientist, and his colleagues at the Roslin Institute announced the successful cloning of
KARMA The doctrine of Karma is a spiritual doctrine based on the theory of cause and effect. Although Karma does not exactly fit the definition of supernatural phenomenon it is a spiritual doctrine based on the philosophy that God is not responsible for the happiness or failure of an individual, rather, we as individuals are solely responsible for the consequences of our own behavior. The concept of Karma has two major interpretations; the most common approaches are to the idea of reincarnation,
Archaeopteryx and Modern Birds As promised, here are the derived characters with which Gauthier (in his 1986 paper) unites Archaeopteryx with modern birds, outside of all other theropods (with Gauthier\'s original clarifiers in parens) [and with my editorial comments in brackets]: Premaxillae elongate, narrow, and more pointed anteriorly, with longer nasal processes [similar condition in bullatosaurs, and in the nondinosaurian Megalancosaurus, but unique to Archie and later birds in Maniraptora]
The Affects of the Holocaust The Holocaust was a tragic point in history which many people believe never happened. Others who survived it thought it should never have been. Not only did this affect the people who lived through it, it also affected everyone who was connected to those fortunate individuals who survived. The survivors were lucky to have made it but there are times when their memories and flashbacks have made them wish they were the ones who died instead of living with the horrible
Cloning Research in the field of embryology and genetics has exploded over the past decade. New advances about in vitro fertilization and genetic screening are leading to new procedures in which human embryo cloning will be possible in the near future. Human cloning, however, brings up many new ethical questions that will need to be addressed by the scientific community and the public before these advances can reach their full potential. Scientific advances bring social changes that many people
England England (Latin Anglia), political division of the island of Great Britain, constituting, with Wales, the principal division of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. England occupies all of the island east of Wales and south of Scotland, another division of the United Kingdom. Established as an independent monarchy many centuries ago, England in time achieved political control over the rest of the island, all the British Isles, and vast sections of the world, becoming
Dementia What is Dementia ? Dementia is an organic brain syndrome which results in global cognitive impairments. Dementia can occur as a result of a variety of neurological diseases. Some of the more well known dementing diseases include Alzheimer\'s disease (AD), multi-infarct dementia (MID), and Huntington\'s disease (HD). Throughout this essay the emphasis will be placed on AD (also known as dementia of the Alzheimer\'s type, and primary degenerative dementia), because statistically it is the
The Atomic Bomb and its Effects on Post-World War II Then a tremendous flash of light cut across the sky . Mr. Tanimoto has a distinct recollection that it traveled from east to west, from the city toward the hills. It seemed like a sheet of sun. ÐJohn Hersey, from Hiroshima, pp.8 On August 6, 1945, the world changed forever. On that day the United States of America detonated an atomic bomb over the city of Hiroshima. Never before had mankind seen anything like. Here was something that was sligh
The Psychological Affects of the Holocaust The Holocaust was a tragic point in history which many people believe never happened. Others who survived it thought it should never have been. Not only did this affect the people who lived through it, it also affected everyone who was connected to those fortunate individuals who survived. The survivors were lucky to have made it but there are times when their memories and flashbacks have made them wish they were the ones who died instead of living with
Is It Your Right to Die? Final Draft Jonathon Freeman-Anderson English: Period 4 February 1, 1999 Euthanasia or Physician Assisted Suicide is a strongly debated subject. Euthanasia delves into moral, ethical, and personal issues, which is where most opposition comes into effect. Many of the people who oppose the “right to die” issue are the same people who oppose the death penalty and abortion issues. All these issues are life or death oriented. What makes the “right to die” issue stand out from