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    It brings about changes such as increased life expectancy, literacy, gender equality, and bringing a natural equilibrium. Leading to how the video game series Bioshock is being used in a contemporary society, is how the player portrays the choices within the game, is portrayed by their outlooks, beliefs, and experiences throughout their life and what they believe would be beneficial through the character’s storyline of free will, choice, and personal responsibility. The video game acts as an invisible educational system to teach those of philosophical beliefs and other historical cultures deep within the…

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    a hat to determine what role they would play in the study. However the drawings were rigged to infer that the true participants became the teacher and the accomplice was always the learner. Once the participant assumed their role the learner was taken into a room next door, and with the participant watching, he was then strapped to a chair with wired electrodes, which was connected to the shock generator in the next room with the teacher. Once the learner was attached instructions of the…

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    else thinks instead of having their own opinion. People fear authority and afraid to say no, but there are also people who are disobedient, think they are above others, and are sick of listening to authority. During the milgram experiment, a yale professor conducted experiments to study authority to obedience by violating patience conscience. The experiment consisted of fake shocking to actors while studying the reactions of patients “Of the forty subjects in the first experiment, twenty…

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    Before the start of the experiment a Slight shock of 45V is administered to the participant in order to show him what the Learner will be experiencing and to further portray the experiment as authentic (Milgram, 1963). However, the participant is not aware that this will be the only real shock in the experiment. The confederate will not be shocked because he is an actor in the situation (Milgram, 1963). He does act as if being shocked, however. In the Voice Feedback condition the Learner starts…

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    Our data cover sixteen major industrial sectors from nine countries in the Trans-Pacific region. We apply a factor-augmented vector autoregression (FAVAR) approach (Bernanke, Boivin, and Eliasz, 2005) to reduce the dimension of our data and to simulate the transmission of shocks from the Trans-Pacific region to the US. FAVAR has two advantages compared with traditional VAR. First, it can incorporate a broader set of information related to the unknown transmission mechanism by utilizing…

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    Ethical Analysis Of Memory

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    There would be a hole from the memory being erased, such as in the movie Eternal Sunshine of The Spotless Mind when Clementine said, “Nothing makes any sense to me! NOTHING MAKES ANY SENSE!” This was tested when a scientist played a tone for a rat before it was shocked. On an episode from the scientific podcast Radiolab titled "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Rat" Jad Abumrad said, “The moment it hears the tone and feels the shock, inside its head, a bunch of neurons start to build. Whenever…

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    of a woman who rejoiced when a terribly tragic event happened to her husband. This story starts in 1894 when women had no power. The woman’s name was Mrs. Mallard, and she was married to Brently Mallard. She had a heart disease and any seriously shocking moments could trigger a fatal heart attack. Mrs. Mallard is an unsympathetic person based on her desire to become a widow, the perceived joy and freedom of her husband’s death, and the shock she faces when she realizes her husband is still…

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    In this article “The Peril of Obedience” Stanley Milgram conducted a series of experiments to determine if people would choose to follow authority or obey their morals. In this series of experiments the experimenter Stanley Milgram found a few contributors to test out his theory. Before he started his experiment he had to pick a teacher and a student, who each got a piece of paper to decide which one is going to give the shocks and which one was going to take the shocks. The learner was strapped…

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    and internal attribution. Occurrences of learned helplessness take place in individuals who have this idea in their mind that none of their actions are within their control due to explicit punishment dealt by a guardian or person in a position of power or whomever, the irony being that guardian 's actions is actually out of the victims control. They believe in failure and motivation severely lacks as uncontrollable stress builds up. The most famous experiment which outlines learned…

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    Thanksgiving Culture

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    It was October 9th, 2013, the day that I and my family moving to the United States from Vietnam and started a new life here. I heard and learned many things about this country before but I was astonished experiencing the country myself. As soon as I discovered there was nothing like I expected, I was anxious and homesick. I wondered how long it would take me to adapt to this new culture and the people. Only a couple months passed, but I already experienced several culture shocks such as…

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