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  • Temperament's Theory-Of-Mind Development

    The three aspects of temperament that showed a statistically significant correlation with the ToM results from the second wave of testing, were shyness/withdrawal, perceptual sensitivity, and aggression. None of the other tested traits had statistical significant correlation to ToM, but attentional focusing had a positive correlation to the block test and IC, while activity level had a negative correlation to IC. Both shyness/withdrawal and perceptual sensitivity showed a positive correlation with the development of ToM, while aggression showed a negative correlation to the development to ToM. Their findings supported their hypothesis that a nonaggressive, shy-withdrawn temperament at age three leads to a more developed theory-of-mind at age…

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  • Argumentative Essay On Media Screen Addiction

    Clinicians use the most recent diagnostic criteria published in scientific journal to diagnose media screen addiction.” Objective criteria are based on the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV-TR), which lists the symptoms of addiction for substance and gambling addictions. “The most commonly accepted current modern system of diagnosis is that published by the American Psychiatric Association, in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV) This…

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  • Internalized Racism In The Music Industry

    of my mind have some reality so I can begin to formulate a way to combat it. Plan of Investigation I plan on comparing the album sales of 6 different artists (three black and three white) as well as their Grammy accolades. I will use an x2 test for both categories as a way to determine if there is a significant dependence on race in terms of how many albums are sold by these artists and how many Grammys they win. The x2 test is a statistical test that two or more sample populations. It…

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  • Relationship Between Citizenship And Task Performance

    Company Value: Job Performance: Citizenship and Task Behavior Company value is highly correlated, with statistical significance, to citizenship behavior. This supports our hypothesis that states, “If employees feel connected, and apart, of their company’s culture they are more likely to be aligned with organizations mission and values.” Employees who feel connected to their organization often go above and beyond in their job tasks, and exceed goals set by their organization. These employees…

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  • Strengths And Weaknesses Of Addiction Counseling

    The Strengths and Challenges of An Addictions Counselor As a counselor in training, it is my duty to find my strengths and weaknesses in all areas of counseling. Once my strengths are identified, I can work harder to make them even better. The awareness of my weaknesses will allow me to further explore the areas and improve where is needed. The strengths I believe I bring to addictions counseling are empathy and flexibility. The weaknesses or challenges I face because of my own attitudes and…

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  • The Dangers Of Marijuana

    The effects of Marijuana are impaired coordination, difficulty thinking or concentrating, shortened attention span etc. Those are all short term effects. Long term users can experiences lowered motivation, higher anxiety, panic attacks and respiratory illnesses, they can also develop physical dependence on the drug itself and withdrawal can be a symptom if not given to the user. Marijuana can also lead to disturbed thoughts and can worsen into psychotic symptoms such as schizophrenics. Chronic…

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  • Righteous Dopefiend Analysis

    Anthropologists Bourgois and Schonberg articulate a better understanding for the readers to observe the lives of those who live on the streets and have an uncontrollable drug addiction. “Moral economy” as described in this book is a means of everyday survival—this gift exchange culture is central to the lives of these addicts. They share drugs with one another with the expectation that they will receive the same aid in the future. Partnerships such as the “moral economy” is life-saving for the…

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  • The Beacon Houses Mission Statement Analysis

    Nobody wakes up one morning and decides that today is the day they will try and get addicted to drugs or alcohol. There usually is a lot of underlying circumstance such as abuse, learned behavior, coping, or peer pressure to name a few. The problem is not in experimenting with a substance one time, it is when that experimentation leads to an addiction that overtakes a person’s life and starts to ruin it. The good news is there is help available, the addicted just has to want to get the help they…

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  • Elementary School Data Analysis

    The target population that he authors wanted to study was children in Elementary School. The population from which the sample was taken represented the appropriate people because the authors studied children from fourth through sixth grade (elementary school). The average age of children who participated was 10 years, and 26% of them were from public schools, 26% from a public school, and 7% from a parochial school. The schools indicated that 60% of children were Black, 26% were White, and 14%…

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  • Demographic Study Essay

    Since the study was conducted in Texas of United States, the demographic distribution here may be different from other part or State of the country. Moreover, for the special locate of Texas, there are more Mexican immigrants or Mexican Americans, the racial differences may varied from any other state of the country. Furthermore, the participants were selected through convenient sampling instead of random sampling, which may not represent all the middle school students with different cultural…

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