Cyberbullying is Harmful
By: Helena Whyte
Yes, cyberbullying is as harmful as harassment and hazing. Recent publications regarding teen suicides support the conclusion that cyberbullying may be more harmful than harassment or hazing. Harassment leads to hostile hallways in school and in the work place. Cyberbullying makes the victim feel unsafe...
Mood disorders: Manic episode
By: Maggie O'Cala
Those who suffer from bipolar disorder also known as manic depression are faced with extreme emotional highs and lows. The "highs" are called the manic stage, while the "lows" are aptly referred to as depression. During a manic episode you may notice a lack of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Crime rates rise and fall, sometimes with no understandable or apparent cause. Rates are the aggregate of all experiences, causes and effects for a community, region, or unit of government, so they may change for many reasons and in many ways before specific causative factors...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Instead of thinking about thought processes and human frailties of logic and perception, the situational factors that lead to making decisions are worthy of some attention. In many cases, the situational factors, not any decision making process can drive the decision to make a decision...
Understanding the motivation of curiosity
By: Jacquie Schmall
One of the most outstanding Einstein quotes is “The important thing is not to stop questioning. Never lose a holy curiosity.” As it turns out curiosity is an essential characteristic of genius, certainly evident in Einstein himself. To linger in the unknown just...
By: Michael Cronin
Ethical behavior by a researcher protects the integrity of the project as well as the researcher and the company or institution that they represent. Careful monitoring of the research process ensures that the various stages of the process are held to the highest standards possible...
By: D. Vogt
The difference between the nuclear family and the extended family is that a nuclear family refers to a single basic family unit of parents and their children, whereas the extended family refers to their relatives, as well - such as grandparents, in-laws, aunts and uncles...
Living alone
By: Amanda Ines
We who are alive at this moment in time have been given the gift of a life to use to the best of our ability. Some of us get the chance to live for many years and others not so many and thankfully we are...
Psychology of a disorganized person
By: Adele Gregory
Clothes piled high on the floor, papers all over the desk and cutlery in the hardware drawer. Signs of a disorganized person? Not in strict psychological terms. In psychology, organization doesn’t relate so much to neat and tidy as planned. By contrast, disorganized acts...
By: Dr. Dinusha Dharmaratna
Economics of Climate Change We need to understand the basic economic theory and some complications that arise with the problem of climate change. At the heart of it, it is an externality, but there are significant complications arising from the fact that it has different...

 

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