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    legalization of marijuana much controversy has been involved. One of the main issues why marijuana is not legal is the belief it has an effect on IQ. For years the public has been informed about how marijuana has a negative effect on your IQ. As a teenager you are required to take a health class and in the class you are taught about the effects of marijuana. One of the side effects that teenagers are told is if they use marijuana as a teenager it will have a dramatic impact on their IQ, in a…

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    Stress on the Body Stress can, and will, control every aspect of a college student’s life. Students do not let stress take over on purpose, but it creeps into their daily lives and slowly take over to where the student is constantly stressed. The causes of stress can be from anything ranging from a quiz in the future to worrying about how to pay off student loans in the future. After a while the stress develops more stress. It does not take long for stress to build up, but when stress does…

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    Parental Divorce Study

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    Discussion: The current study tested whether one’s relationships satisfaction was impacted by parental divorce. Specifically, the hypothesis was that one would have a lower relationship satisfaction with their current romantic partner, when compared to peoples whose parents are not divorced. Parental divorce is experienced by over 1 million American children every year and was found to negatively affects their achievement level in schools, result in behavior issues, emotional problems,…

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    The Effectiveness of “Winter Stars” By Larry Levis The poem “Winter Stars” by Larry Levis starts out depicting a story that a boy is remembering from his child hood. Levis vividly depicts the boy’s father “breaking a man’s hand” (Levis) on a piece of farming equipment because the man named “Rubén Vásquez” (Levis) attempted to kill him with a well described knife. His father then proceeds, with no empathy, to grab some lunch and listen to some music. The boy then contemplated the meaning of life…

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    Ads on Perfection. Ads have been around for many years. Only recently have people noticed the effect that ads have on women and men. Besides their original intention to spread awareness of a product or celebrity, ads also have a hidden message. This hidden message is what has been secretly effecting the people of America, making them develop this self-hate, lower their self-esteem, and even develop phycological disorders. Because of this, ads need to change the images and message they are…

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    The Naked Citadel

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    If one event could affect someone forever, that would be very dangerous. On the contrary, the tough environment at The Citadel has a negative environment, and effects people for years. Faludi explains, “This ‘system’ is a nine-month regimen of small and large indignities intended to ‘strip’ each young recruit of his original identity and remold him into the ‘Whole Man,’ a vaguely defined ideal, half Christian soldier…

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    force and makes students interact with each other to improve their ability to relate to everyone else. The third theory looks at the effect it has on the amount of time spent on sports to the time spent less on homework and classes. The fourth analyzes those not effected by their participation in sports. Stevenson uses Title IX as a quasi-experiment to look at the effects sports has on women. A Ten-Year Athletic Department Plan was established in compliance with Title IX has the Universities…

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    Media exposure can cause short term and long term effects. Short term effects are immediate and occur during the timeframe of exposure to the form of media. These short term effects can affect thought processes, beliefs, evaluative judgements, attitude, emotions, behavior, and physiological responses. (Potter 2014) Cognitive processes may be effected by supplying information and implementing new ideas. An example of a short term cognitive effect would be learning the outcome of a sports game or…

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    (CB). It produces its effects by activating the GABA receptor, which is similar to the drug phenibut. It acts as an inhibitory neurotransmitter, blocking the release of excitatory transmitters. Just like in fluoxetine, a person experiences withdrawal symptoms, if he discontinues the use of baclofen suddenly. The withdrawal symptoms may include hallucinations, delusion, confusions, disorientation, insomnia, inattention and memory impairments etc. There are also negative effects on the…

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    Are you distracted? Maybe it's your phone or maybe you're listening to music, whatever you're doing, there is most likely at least one thing that is currently grabbing at your attention. In high schools throughout America, students are plagued with distractions that almost never stop. One of the most prevalent and detrimental distractions is technology. Technology is often misused in schools, by students. They are distracted by social media or internet games and often have a hard time focusing.…

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