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    Steroids Vs Boys

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    Six packs, steroids, growth pills, protein shakes, heavy weight lifting, sweating until you puke, plastic surgery… and literally killing yourself without any notice all for one goal: “The Ideal Body”. What is the ideal body? The ideal body is the body in which society is satisfied with. Have you ever come across the idea of how you could feel comfortable in your own skin? Now days, this is impossible. Boys are having insecurity issues, more than girls and this is creating a huge amount of chaos…

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    J. D. Salinger’s Catcher in the Rye, is a coming of age novel, narrated by Holden Caulfield a 17 year old teenager grappling with his transition into adulthood. Throughout the novel Holden tells us of his triumphs but mostly of his tribulations. Holden’s critical tone sets the mood for the novel in which he is constantly snarky and spiteful. Holden’s repetitive speech patterns demonstrate that his inability to change his ways of constantly criticizing everyone ultimately reflects his depression…

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    up EQ include: emotional identification, perception and expression, emotional facilitation of thought, emotional understanding, and emotional managing. In order to have a good relationship or simple communication, the aforementioned qualities should partake in the way we carry ourselves. Emotional identification allows us to identify the emotions of others and our own, emotional perception is the ability to perceive the effects of emotions and how they influence us, and emotional expression…

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    Magdalene, and Hanudin Amin. "Why Emotion At Work Matters: Examining The Influence Of Emotional Labour And Emotional Intelligence On Workplace Behaviours Among Service Workers In East Malaysia." Kajian Malaysia: Journal Of Malaysian Studies 34.1 (2016): 79-105. Academic Search Complete. Emotional labor and emotional intelligence are hypothesized to be influencing factors on non-task performance behaviors. For emotional labor, certain jobs that have high interaction with customers and the public…

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    In Robert Sternberg’s, “For Whom The Bell Curve Tolls: A Review of The Bell Curve” he starts by noting that this books has attracted more attention than any other psychological-scientific work. The goal of the review is to look at this book as a psychological work then as a popular work in general. He goes on to state that through his review he found a multitude of problems ranging from the nature of intelligence to understanding IQ itself. The authors of the book begin to analyze intelligence…

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    Bell Curve Tolls Summary

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    In “For Whom The Bell Curve Tolls,” Robert J. Sternberg reviews The Bell Curve and gives his input on points such as the nature of intelligence, job performance, and IQ tests. The Bell Curve was one of the works by Richard Herrnstein and Charles Murray that showed the public a deeper view of psychological science. It begins with the topic of the general factor of intelligence and how it represents all the tests around intelligence. There were two disputes that followed along the general factor.…

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    Daniel Goleman, a world-renowned psychologist, ushered in a new theory that elaborates on the emotions of human beings and how the many different emotions influence the way people act and feel on a day to day basis. Goleman believes that emotional intelligence contributes just as much as IQ intelligence because of how there are many different factors that influence people’s emotions in a certain way. Some factors can cause a person to become angry, happy, sad, jealous, or loved. The main point…

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    intelligence, behavior and development. Some examples of theories are Gardner’s theory of Multiple Intelligence, which states that people have different kinds of intelligence and Thurstone’s Theory of Primary Mental Abilities, which discusses five emotional factors that are as important as traditional intelligence. While those theories have been ground-breaking, none have been as influential as Erik Erikson’s theory on the stages…

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    A Great Dislike for Intellectuals “[I]ntellectuals constantly see their efforts trivialized in the rush to lavish compliments elsewhere,” (759). This is a statement from Grant Penrod’s article, Anti-Intellectualism: Why We Hate the Smart Kids, that creates a strong inquiry as to why the problem occurs. His article presents an in-depth exploration of the reasons. Penrod starts off the article by stating that an Arizona high school football team was praised for their championship, but that the…

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    characters in both stories and both offer unique advice on how to deal with the obstacles that are put forth by the needs and wants of each individual. The myth encapsulates the impressive, magical journey, whereas the retelling offers a mental and emotional journey that is just as significant, if not more. As many people suffer from past traumas and issues that continues to affect their daily life if they are not dealt with. The major difference that changes the story's meaning in the retelling…

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