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    Cryptomnesia Case Study

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    2007). The measures were taken from the 19 open-ended and fixed-response questions, and the two types of cheating (copy-paste and paper purchasing) were measured by the percent of students responding with a particular answer (Sisti, 2007). 10. The researcher found that “58% used the internet 2 to 4 hours, 82.5% used half of time for school work, and 98% used it for homework or research papers” (Sisti, 2007, pp. 221). The majority of students (54%) reported mentioning where they got their information, 35% reported copying and pasting without citing, and 46% considered it cheating (Sisti, 2007). The 46% were then used to find the most common reason for cheating (Sisti, 2007). The main reason reported was not having enough time at 28. 1%, followed by unpreparedness at 26.3%, and disinterest in topic at 21. 1% for the top three in the copy-paste plagiarism category (Sisti, 2007). In the paper purchasing, the only 2% reported purchasing a paper at some point in time, so the 98% who did not purchase a paper were asked why they did not purchase a paper (Sisti, 2007).…

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    Both IR and UV spectroscopy are methods of measuring the wavelengths absorbed by a tested material. IR spectroscopy measures the absorbance of the tested material in the infrared spectrum, the section of the electromagnetic spectrum with a lower frequency than that observed in the visible light spectrum. Conversely, UV spectroscopy measures the absorbance of the tested material in the ultraviolet spectrum, the section of the electromagnetic spectrum with a higher frequency than that observed in…

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    Is it important to be oneself or to copy those who have been successful? It more important to be yourself because that's the way god made us if he wanted us to be the same he would of made us all look the same in every aspect, we would be like robots. It's better to be yourself than to copy others because one it's called being original. Some people say is better to copy other people because of what they achieved ,but what they don't know is that it doesn't work the same way for everyone…

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    marketing strategies. Digital marketing is a superior medium to hard-copy marketing, and evidence can and will be provided through the music, video, and game markets, which this style of marketing concerns the most. The main reason people still keep movies instead of making their collection exclusively digital is that they already have their hard-copy collection. They have their DVD player, and copying the file from the CD to the computer contains several risks to the storage medium. Also, the…

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    As both a reader and writer, this article brought up some interesting points about writing and editing. It highlighted features I personally enjoy in a good novel and the types of tools the author can use to create tension, suspense, and mystery. I agree that it is important to end a chapter with a cliffhanger to keep the reader interested, but a superfluous presence of cliffhangers would be disappointing. While the article did make some good suggestions, some tips felt a bit redundant. One…

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    Why trust Wikipedia Wikipedia is known worldwide for its free, anonymously edited entries. But, is it reliable? The question has stood for a long time. Professors from all over have said that Wikipedia is not reliable, and some have even restricted the use of it from their students. Depending on the case, Wikipedia has good qualities and bad ones. Just about anyone can edit an entry on the website if they please. Although, Wikipedia has unpaid yet passionate editors that will decline entries…

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    when writing a paper many things need to go into consideration from the time you get the assignment to printing or submitting the final perfected copy. The first step is the generating ideas and puzzling them together in your first draft. Then you move on to revise, adding information and re-revising the paper you have spent so much time on. Normally then you leave the paper for a couple days with no editing if the writer has not waited until the last second to write the paper. After a few days…

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    decision making process (Gilbert, Carr-Ruffino, Ivancevich, & Konopaske, 2012, p. 39). As a result, the members of the producing team took turns crafting the notes, while Leigha was able to perform her other crew position. The second incident of issues with holism seemed to be an ongoing trend throughout the entire semester. Due to the massive amounts of communication going on back and forth, the Course Instructor and I implemented at the beginning of the semester that all emails going to the…

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    the Manson girls than food lovers, and no ending to speak of. The whole thing would be so long and incoherent and hideous…” (Lamott 191). From the article Shitty First Drafts the author suggests “Print and mark up with colored pen “ The next day, though, I’d sit down, go through it all with a colored pen, take out everything I possibly could, find a new lead somewhere on the second page, figure out a kicky place to end it, and then write a second draft.” (Lamott 191). Class discussions have also…

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    Duplicate Copy Human cloning is a rather controversial subject that has passionate people on both sides of the debate. It’s a technology that some feel questions their ethical standings and hits a little too close to home. On the other hand, human cloning could also provide medical answers to some incurable diseases, birth defects, and genetic disorders that currently have no treatments. Necessary sacrifices must be made for advancements in science to produce results. Many people claim that…

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