By: G E Barr
Factoring Intelligence Intelligence is genetically linked. Albert Einstein was not an intellectual product of his environment. There are no environments capable of producing genius. If genius cannot be environmentally produced, and it can't, then the only logical explanation would be heredity. On the other hand...
By: Jenna Pope
Nobody wants to try and fail, but, all too often, this is what happens with dieting. The nature of weight reduction is one of failure because weight loss involves changing life habits - which is no small endeavor. The problem is that when a dieter...
Why only children are the most independent children of any birth order typology
By: Marilyn Martin
At one time, "only children" were considered an oddity. And the parents were viewed as somewhat cowardly, stopping after only one child. Or with pity, that the mother must have some serious "internal problems" and couldn't have any more children. That was in the middle...
Overview: The National Data Program for Social Science
By: Olivia Kay
Social Science's national data program is a key source of information and an essential resource for social scientists and other professionals in related fields all over the United States. The data program consists of the results and findings of the nearly annual General Social Survey...
Civil war in America: Could it happen again?
By: Sam E. Jones
Clearly civil war could once again break out in the United States. It would be arrogant to assume we have mastered history and now know how to resolve disputes between large segments of our society. Though civil war is not likely to erupt any time...
Exploring links between paranormal activity and mental illness
By: Sherri Shepherd
In life, a lot of people confuse Para-normal Activity with Mental Illness, even with Schizophrenia. But today I concentrate on the first two. Firstly, let me start by giving the meanings of them: Paranormal Activity is a general term that designates experiences that lie outside...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Mood disorders are said to affect about 20 percent of the population at one time or another in a month. About 12 percent report a form of major depressive mood disorder in a year and 17 percent in a lifetime. The increasingly popular bi-polar complaint...
Culture
By: Volecia Plafcan
There are only some people in this world who seem to be cultured. Of course, Britain's royal family pops in mind, first of all. But, many Americans and the Japanese follow close behind. Those Asian men who puff on their pipes in the opium dens...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Sports sociology is an important sub field of sociology that examines the relationships between sporting or games and the society as a whole as well as sport, itself as an observable social phenomenon. In sports sociology, the sporting world is seen as a microcosm of...
What is EFT tapping therapy?
By: Valerie Childs
Now this is something I am passionate about and have looked at from all angles. Its been about seven years since I first became aware, and rapidly involved with EFT. Have seen the ugly underbelly, with those who scoff and mock, which actually strengthens my...

 

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