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  • Videogame Effects On Adolescents Essay

    Specifically movement of the corrugator supercilii muscle region. While this movement can be imperceptible to the human eye, Facial EMG can detect subtle changes in electrical potential in this region is activated by unpleasant, disgusting, and/or violent imagery. Pleasant imagery inhibits corrugator supercilii activity… Participants who played violent videogames would demonstrate reduced HR reactivity (beats per minute) to aggressive images compared to participants who played nonviolent games.” The experiment involved 136 college students, 62 female students and 74 male students, who then were evenly split into two groups. The first group was the nonviolent videogame group. This group played the free world, third person game of Super Mario Galaxy 2. The second group of students were placed into the violent videogame group. This group played the free world, third person game Mad World Wii. These games were chosen because the button layouts, game play were similar. After playing, each groups respective game for 20 minutes, the students were presented with three pleasant images, three neutral images, and three aggressive pictures, all while being monitored by EMG and HR devices. After this a self-diagnose questionnaire given to each of the students to complete. Questions on the questionnaire asked on a scale of 1 to 10 describing levels of frustration, stress, enjoyability and excitement. The results of the study were not what most would expect to find. There were…

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  • How Do Video Games Help Children?

    Video games help children excel in today 's world. Children are introduced to technology at a young age; whether that technology is a full sized computer or Leapfrog, a child has interacted with it. Leapfrog is a great introduction for adolescents, it teaches kids the bare necessities that are needed when they start school (basic math and English). Technology is always changing, there is always something new out to help children progress further. Playing video games is a great way to improve an…

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  • Personal Narrative: Jay-Chamberlain

    Jovan Lucas-Chamberlain is my full name, but most people call me Jay-voe. Not sure where the nickname originated, but I love it. Before I get into the meat and potatoes, lets dive into my past. In 2010, I attended Georgia Southern University with my best friend. No one made us go to class nor clean our rooms. Eventually, we developed a routine. Our routine was to skip class, get high or drunk, and last but most importantly, get laid. Honestly, I do not think I attended one class my entire tenure…

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  • Sexism In Videogames

    Anita Sarkeesian, feminist media critic, blogger, and public speaker, was once sent into hiding by a death threat because of her views on women in video games. She created videos called Tropes vs. Women. In her videos, she explains how women are portrayed in video games. She says in one of her videos that most damsel in distress based games follow the Subject-Object Dichotomy. Saying that the subject, or main character that is usually a male, must find the object, or the girl. A great example of…

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  • Personal Essay: The Father Of My Father

    tell me after he was finished. My feet would dig into the old leather clad cushions as I kneaded the dough around. The sticky mixture clinging more and more to as my small hands. I would rub them together and watched the dough curl up and fall off. Dad would add more flour. This was a repeated cycle. While I played with the dough, dad would be peel the potatoes and add more flour when needed. By the time the dough was ready the potatoes were already in the pot boiling. Dad would give it one…

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  • Argumentative Essay About Space Exploration

    The cosmos are a timeless collection of space and stars. It’s our home and it’s our Earth’s home. It holds the key to our survival, the sun. It it both where we came from and where we are going. The universe is all that we have, and human kind has developed the ability to explore it. But the real question is if we should. Some issues should be considered when it comes to space exploration, and those are economics, ethics, and science. These three things are the most important factors to…

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  • The Big Presence Theory

    Geography Question 1: The big bounce theory. The big bounce theory is a theory that scientists have created that shows that the universe was formed The big bounce theory is a scientific theory about the origins of the universe. Scientists say that our universe is the result of the previous universes collapse. The big bounce theory states that the universe expands and contracts. The universe expanded so greatly that it exploded and created the universe we’re living in today, The Milky Way.…

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  • Essay On Big Bang Theory

    Many theories predicted that after “The Big Bang”, there would have been a remarkable amount of release of radiation. Billions of years later, this radiation would also have been continuing to move away faster from us that the wavelength from this radiation would have been moved from being visible light to the CMB we see today. One of the major pieces of evidence for the big bang theory is that galaxies appear to be moving away from us at speeds that are relational to their distance. This piece…

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  • Essay On Dark Matter

    through studying the distribution of gravity within galaxies (Carnegie). Original attempts at studying dark matter referred to dark matter as baryonic, which is a word used to describe baryons, or quark based particles. Quarks make up “normal” subatomic particles, and so when referring to dark matter as baryonic, physicists were assuming that dark matter was made up of protons, electrons, and neutrons, just like all types of known matter, yet that would infer that we would be able to observe…

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  • The Earth And The Universe In Hesiod's Theogony

    Analysis The Earth and the Universe: First of all, Hesiod’s Theogony (circa. 700 BC) is a written source explaining the connections between the gods, goddesses and these immortal beings are the embodiment respective parts of the earth and universe. Hesiod explains that in the beginning there was only Chaos and then came Gaea, the broad earth who supports Mt Olympus and at its core, Tartarus. From Gaea came Uranus, the sky and stars and together they bore the titans and titanesses and the…

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