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    The Science behind the Brain and Its Impact on the Mind The brain is the most complex organ in the entire human body. It is responsible for the regulation of motor function, the body’s capacity to balance, and the ability to translate information sent by sensory organs. The mind is described as the faculty of consciousness and thought, where our feelings and emotions originate from. It can be implied that the science behind the brain may overshadow some facets of the mind, such as free will and…

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    hallucination. Patients that use cannabis are usually in some kind of pain or different state of mind. Medical marijuana does and is proven to help pain whatever the case may be. It decreases inflammation and even stops it completely in your immune system (Noonan Web). People smoke marijuana to…

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    The Evolution Of Microsoft

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    1980 Gates and Allen hire former Harvard classmate Steve Ballmer to help run the company more efficient. The next month after that IBM approaches Microsoft about chess. Two years later in 1982 Microsoft works on the first version of a new operating system Interface Manager. Which people still use today. It is the most efficient program that Microsoft had…

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    In Scenario C, several facts and definitions are inconsistent with the true facts of the terms used in this research. Specifically, the definition of classical conditioning is explained falsely within the scenario, as well as facts about the term conditioning and primary reinforcers. When defining the term classical conditioning, Dr. Breal describes it as a process of learning for an individual with the help of rewards. However, instead of defining classical conditioning, the…

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    Maturity: the state, fact, or period of being mature. But is it more than that? Is it the way you act? The words you use? Is maturity really a fact, or is it just an idea? What makes maturity, maturity? What does being mature mean? What makes you mature? Many people have these questions at least once in their lives, when they see the distasteful couple making out in the halls or the class clown that just can 't seem to understand why everybody hates his "funny" jokes. Why is it that you…

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    Language Reflection

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    I used my place of work, which is currently at Virginia Mitre 10, for my language study. The current work place environment involves in assisting customers with their product choice within the store and serving customers at the checkout. My aim in this language study is to compare how my language changes with each different person I interact with within the work place environment and to extend my knowledge regarding language and communication in the industry. Every shift I work, I would have…

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    Japan In The 1980's

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    In the 1980s, Japan was largely viewed as the world’s most powerful economies. Their economy exploded after three decades of growth, and they had risen to become the world’s second largest economy. Japanese companies were eliminating American industries, from automobiles to consumer electronics. Also, Japanese companies were purchasing assets in the United States, like movie studios, golf courses, and real estate. Their stock market, Nikkei, was booming during that year. Property prices had…

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    HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) is the virus responsible for causing AIDS (acquired immunodeficiency syndrome). The virus leaves the human immune system weak and renders infected individuals vulnerable to other illnesses. HIV has been thought to have originated on the African continent and is becoming an increasing medical issue there. The documentary AIDS in Africa details the rise and impact of the rate of HIV infection and AIDS throughout the African continent. In the documentary, various…

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    What is an infection An infection happens when an organism such as bacteria feeds off of its host. It lives in that person and multiplies. This causes the area to become red and hurt. Because of the one way benefit to the organisms they are known as parasitic organisms. There are lots of bacteria on earth and our bodies are mostly made up of bacteria that live inside us but don 't cause harm because they live symbiotically with their host. There are manny different kinds of infections…

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    nervous system, which was a continuation in the “Cells to Body Systems” unit. The lesson objectives were that the students were to describe (knowledge) how the nervous system works together with all other systems in our bodies and to apply (application) their knowledge of the nervous system as they worked cooperatively to complete the nervous system portion of their body systems poster. The students had previously learned about cells, tissue, organs, and six other body systems. This body…

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