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    Charlotte Perkins Gilman once said “What we do modifies us more than what is done to us.” A person’s identity is shaped by many factors, including location. Where you are from and where you are now, plays an integral part of your identity. Due to judgements and social status in a particular location, one’s identity can be deeply affected by location. However, the way a person responds to the negative effects of society, truly shapes their identity. In The Things They Carried by Tim O’brien, the characters’ circumstances forged them an identity. Fighting in a war, changes your outlook on life completely, and this has a major impact on your identity. In the novel, O’brien discusses how being in a war affected his identity. “ Sometimes I forgive myself, other times I don’t. In the ordinary hours of life I try not to dwell on it, but now and then, when I’m reading a newspaper or just sitting alone in a room, I’ll look up and see the young man coming out of the morning fog” (O’brien 134). In The Things They Carried, O’brien states that he had killed a man. This has a major effect on his identity, because in the war, O’brien had lost his innocence. Unlike most characters in the novel, O’brien realizes that the soldiers fighting in the war are also human beings; and, O’brien now has to deal with the fact that he has killed an innocent life. Due to the fact that the soldiers were in a war, some believed that it was okay to kill. “Tim, it’s a war. The guy wasn’t Heidi- he…

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    “Entia non sunt multiplicanda praeter necessitatem”- William of Ockham. Occam’s razor; A principle in latin which translates to “No more things should be presumed to exist than are absolutely necessary” (90). In the novel ‘The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-time’ by Mark Haddon, the main character named Christopher Boone is a high functioning mathematical savant. It is stated in the back of the book that he “has no understanding of human emotions.” This is false. Christopher has the…

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    Although fighting for a belief is a noble act, people are never the same upon returning. Louise Erdrich makes this imperceptible idea into a concept that all readers perceive after reading the story. In “The Red Convertible,” Louise Erdrich uses symbolism of the red convertible to show how war can negatively affect one’s personality. The red convertible symbolizes Henry’s emotional state throughout the story. Before the war, Henry is a free man whose emotions are expressed outwardly, but upon…

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    Self-evaluation levels of children who wet the bed aged six to fifteen, were compared to those of their peers and to those of their parents. Results showed that enuresis children compared themselves no differently to their peers, but parents of children who wet the bed reported psychosocial difficulties in their children, suggesting that more communication between children and parents is needed with an importance in discussions that promote encouragement and positive reinforcement of…

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    Diversity In STEM

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    According to the article, “Debt Overload”, by the National Society of Professional Engineers, “…28% of African American students reported $33,500 or more of undergraduate debt compared to 15% of Caucasian students.” Also, students with Science, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, or Mathematics majors accrue over $20,000 a year in debt. While studying the article, it was clear that another possible reason that students did not enter the STEM profession was because they could…

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    The Scientific Revolution had a major impact on culture and society. It changed the thinking of everyone during the 16th and 17th century. The scientific revolution emerged from The Renaissance. The Scientific revolution was the emergence of modern science during the olden times. It changed technology, astronomy, biology, chemistry, medicine and many more things that changes or view of life. Before the Scientific Revolution lots of people were dying because they did not know how to treat…

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    Filmmakers, pop science writers, and scientists explain how robots develop intelligence, and potentially emotions. In a live science article, computer scientists, Bill Hibbard explains that robots will have human-like intelligence sometime in the 21st century. Explaining how these AI robots will overtake humans in 2100 he says the robots intelligence will be astounding. In another article by Sony Pictures the authors explain how they have a robot film called “Chappie” that was the first droid to…

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    Space Animal Analysis

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    The way the article is effective visually is being it appeals to pathos and logos and allows people to get a glimpse a very effective gene to help living in space, and possible in the future space travel. The way the article is effective credibility wise is because the article states its sources and the author of the main work the article is on is very well known and has done many previous works in science especially biology related experiments which is which the topic of this article is on.…

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    Children with Oppositional Defiant Disorder tend to have disorderly behavior that makes it difficult for the parent and child to interact in an affective manner. Parent-Child Interaction Therapy, also known as PCIT, is a behavior program developed by Sheila Eyberg and other contributors. The purpose of PCIT is to decrease disruptive behaviors while increasing the parent-child relationship through interactions between parent and child (Nieter, Thornberry, & Brestan-Knight, 2013). PCIT is broken…

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    Wundt considered psychology as an individual science subject apart from others such as biology and philosophy. Wundt was also the first person to call himself a psychologist (Carlson & Heth, 2010). He is globally known as the “father of experimental psychology”. In 1879, he founded the first formal laboratory for psychological research at the University of Leipzig. This ultimately marked psychology as an independent field of study. Wundt’s importance was mainly due to separating psychology from…

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