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  • Non Lonely Target People

    The purpose of this study was to investigate how loneliness of the target person and their academic performance affect others to perceiver their level of achievement. Eighteen undergraduate students at UCLA including three male and 15 female participated in this study, and their age rang was from 18 to 23 years old. A two way within-subjects design was used to investigate the loneliness level of the target person, defined as lonely or non-lonely, and their GPA level, defined as a 3.5 GPA or a 2.5 GPA, on participants’ perceived level of achievement. The result showed that perceivers rated the non-lonely target person higher level of achievement than the lonely target person. They also rated the target person who had a 3.5 GPA higher achievement ratings than the target person who had a 2.5 GPA. When GPA was 3.5, perceivers rated the non-lonely target person more achievable than the lonely target person, and we see the same result in the 2.5 GPA condition as well. Discussion In this current study, we hypothesized that non-lonely target person received higher level of achievement than the lonely target person, and the target person who had a high GPA received higher level of achievement than the target person who had a low GPA. When the target person had a high GPA, perceivers would rate the non-lonely target person higher level of achievement than the lonely target person, but when the target person had a low GPA, perceivers would rate both lonely and non-lonely target…

    Words: 1108 - Pages: 5
  • Persuasive Essay Preschool

    Kids these days love to get what they want. Most of them are shown that they need to earn it, or either wait for it. This causes children to flare and want to get a job, to earn the things they want sooner. Student’s should not be allowed to get afterschool jobs because it interferes with school, students are risking their grades to earn minimum wage. A job creates a less personal life for a student that it does not allow them to have leisure time or even a social life. Those who get a job at a…

    Words: 1265 - Pages: 6
  • How To Write A Narrative Essay About Being A Demon

    An unexpected knock comes from the door and I almost don’t answer. I don’t want to answer it. I’m back in the room, I woke up for the first time as a demon in this stupid rebel base. There are two guards constantly posted at my door, and it’s been nearly five days since we arrived. We was easy to escape the lab once in the carrier and within an hour, we picked up Walker and Skye. Flying was partly terrifying since mine and Flich’s flying skills are horrible. Even when Jensen woke up, he was…

    Words: 2267 - Pages: 9
  • Narrative Essay On What Does Money Mean To Me

    I am privileged in the sense that I live in the United States of America in a single-family house share among my dad, my mom, and myself. However, I did not always have the idea that I was privileged though. Growing up I went to India plenty of time but I did not make much of it. My parents would donate food and clothes to the poor in India, but as an infant I obviously has no understanding of what was going on. This all changed. One day when I was about eight years old and traveled to India a…

    Words: 756 - Pages: 4
  • Descriptive Essay: A Narrative Fiction

    I sat there, in the deep snow, drawing my sound map. My eyes were closed, using my every ounce of strength to listen for even the smallest sounds. The whispering trees melodic wind, the creaking ice which covered so much of the winding river that ran through the riparian area on my map. When I was done, I laid down, acknowledging nature 's picturesque sky and landscape. The beautiful baby blue sky enveloped me with it’s gentle appeal while the tops of Aspen trees forced it’s barren branches into…

    Words: 1698 - Pages: 7
  • Personal Narrative Essay: My Dad Is A Super Hero

    Anyone that has known me as a toddler would say that I was a daddy’s girl. There was no doubt about it. When I was little, my dad was my world. There was literally no one who could ever be as great as my dad. I never put really thought about how he would only show up once a week or just a little over month. But that didn’t stop me from waiting by the door every day or night for him. I believed his mediocre lies even if I knew they were lies because in my eyes, my dad was a super hero that would…

    Words: 1056 - Pages: 5
  • Personal Narrative: A Zombie Handout

    We had been attempting it for months. We never thought that we would get far at all. The only thing that I knew was that it was going to be tough, tougher than finding a string of hay in a stack of needles. I had the entire match set up. Every player was ready, I made sure all our internet signals were wired in correctly and would not disconnect. It was all perfect, or at least the plan was. It happened a few months ago when the school had a day off in the middle of the week. My friend Marc…

    Words: 1497 - Pages: 6
  • Sonny Lancaster's Short Story: Only One I Know

    Only One I Know As Sonny Lancaster looked at the blank road ahead of himself, his mind continued to wander its way back to the sign. The road sign, directly above the La Rue’s Restaurant slogan, that read “Find the Lord before you need Him, and never, ever sell out your pride or saddle. Cause life's a long, long ride.” He couldn't help but think that he’s 51 years into his ride and still chasing a wild dream some call rodeo. He chuckled at the thought but deep down he was sorta proud to still…

    Words: 1521 - Pages: 7
  • The Importance Of Fear Of God

    Over the past year, I have had a battle for independence within myself and with my father. I have gone to church almost every Sunday ever since I was born. I remember it being my parents’ choice when I was younger forcing me to go, and I remember it be my choice about a few years ago when I had friends there and I would have fun. I never did go out of fear of God or the Devil, it was always a social experience. Since most of my friends were older, they all started to go off to college and I…

    Words: 1241 - Pages: 5
  • Personal Essay: An Ethical Dilemma

    I was faced with an ethical dilemma that I will never forget. I was 11-years old, and my best friend Hollie and I wanted to go out to eat, so we begged my parents to take us to McDonalds. After talking my parent into taking us, we talked them into letting us stay there to eat so we could play on the outdoor playground. While we were playing I happened to find a wallet in the ball pit with One-hundred dollars in it. I could not believe I found One-hundred dollars. No one else was playing with us,…

    Words: 829 - Pages: 4
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