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Life Or Death: Who Chooses?
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.... human who is still to small to cry aloud for it's own protection, have been accused of having a 19th Century approach to life in the last third of the 20th Century. But who in reality is using arguments of a bygone Century? It is an incontrovertible fact of biological science - Make no Mistake - that from the moment of conception, a new human life has been created. Only those who allow their emotional passion to overide their knowledge, can deny it: only those who are irrational or ignorant of science, doubt that when a human sperm fertilizes a human ovum a new human being is created. A new human being who carries genes in its cells that make .....

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.... neurologist Jean Martin CHARCOT tried to rid the mind of undesirable thoughts through hypnotic suggestion, but without lasting success. Josef Breuer, a Viennese physician, achieved better results by letting Anna O., a young woman patient, try to empty her mind by just telling him all of her thoughts and feelings. Freud refined Breuer's method by conceptualizing theories about it and, using these theories, telling his patients through interpretations what was going on inside the unconscious part of their minds, thus making the unconscious become conscious. Many hysterias were cured this way, and in 1895, Breuer and Freud published their findings an .....

Your Brain
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.... (this is reversed in about half of the 15 percent of the population that is left-handed) and, in essence, is logical analytical, judgemental and verbal. It's interested in the bottom line, in being efficent. The right brain controls the left side of the body and leans more to the creative, the intuitive. It is concerned more with the visual and emotional side of life. Most people, if they thought about it, would identify more with their left brain. In fact, many of us think we are our left brains. All of that non- stop verbalization that goes on in our heads is the dominant left brain talking to itself. Our culture- particularly our sc .....

Abnormal Psychology: Mental Disorders
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.... acting virus since the symptoms can be delayed many years after the first infection. Another possible cause for the disorder is a genetic disposition. This has yet to be proven but it is thought of as a likely cause since children who have a parent with the disorder have a ten times greater chance of developing the illness than children who have abnormal parents. If both parents have the disorder the chance of their off spring having the disorder jumps to forty times that of of an off spring with normal parents. Some times as equally as important as finding what causes a disease is finding what does not cause a disease. It is said that .....

Being A Virologist
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.... Trying to find cures for diseases like HIV and the common cold. Yes, the common cold is caused by a virus. And there is no cure for the common cold, just vaccines. I don't know, and could not find that much information on exactly how virologists find cures and vaccines. But I know that they need antibodies to make these cures. And there are two primary ways of making these antibodies. One, they can take them from patient zero. Patient zero would be where the virus originated from. Two, they could inject into an animal like a horse. If the animal, horse creates antibodies to fight off the virus, we take some of its blood. And from .....

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.... which makes sense of these signals by reaching into it's memory file for images, information and experiences and weaving them into a story (Kopecky,76). Psychiatrist and philosopher Gordon Globus of the University of California at Irvine, says to determine what kinds of stories they are and to figure out what they can tell us. He says "you need to look beneath the surface of a dream to find the coherence" (78). Since 1853, when REM, or the dream state, was first recognized about thirty studies have explored gender differences in dreaming. These research studies on the gender differences in dreaming reveal some very curious observations. Wome .....

The Meaning Of Abortion
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.... also carry very strong points. They believe that the child inside them is their property and it's life doesn't be until birth. In 1973, the United States Supreme Court decided that as long as the baby lived in the womb, he or she would be the property of the mother. Because of this decision almost every third baby conceived in America is killed by abortion, over one and a half million babies a year (Willke vii). Many countries have followed our decision on the abortion issue and some of these include Canada, England, and France. Other countries still believe abortion should be illegal, they include Germany, Ireland, and New Zealand. Although many beli .....

Abortion: A Matter Of Choice
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.... minimal in comparison to the thousands of hopeless women who turned to the illegal abortions --either self-inflicted or preformed by the backroom "professionals"-- which resulted in infection, massive blood loss, and death. It is better now that they have a place to go where abortions can be performed cleanly and with minimal risk. Legalization of abortion is the only choice no matter what side one takes in the debate. Women will try to do what they think is necessary to live as they wish, no matter what the risk. In order to live as she chooses a woman may give up her freedom, her morals, her beliefs, her family, or even her life. Abortion has .....

Cigarette Smoking
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.... feel they have had the right to smoke in a public place for so long that it should not be taken away. Resturants and businesses should be allowed to set their own smoking rules, based on demands of the customers. Also business may decrease if they do not allow smokers the right to smoke, ecspecially bars and restaurants. The work place is another problem for smokers, now they have to go outside even in the winter to have a cigarette, even though they used to be able to smoke inside.A strong supporter on smokers rights is Democratic Assemblyman Dick Floyd, who wanted to vote for a controversial smokers right bill. He feels it is not a smoking bill, .....

Alcohol And Its Effects On Humans
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.... the effects of experimental aggression manipulations on intoxicated and sober patients and the consumption rate of selected beverages in the U.S. According to Buss (1961), there is direct physical aggression, physical-indirect aggression, verbal-direct and verbal indirect aggression. Graphs showed the results of the experiments. They show alcohol does cause aggression. Larger efforts might be obtained if a higher alcohol dose was given. Alcohol influences other social risk taking, moral judgement, sexual interest and nonsocial behaviors (Steele 1985). References: Adler J: Kids growing up scared. Newsweek 43-50, 1994 January 10. Buss AH: .....

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