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African Americans versus The Social Sciences

American segregation was a bitter part of American history. Even worse, though, are the securing reasons for the need of segregation and the defense of the institution. I will be discussing the method in which segregation came into existence in America and how the populace advocated such a policy. The issue of segregation in America […]

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MCAT – Behavior Sciences – Learning

Habituation Repeated exposure = decrease in response Dishabituation Recovery of a response AFTER habituation occurred (Remember driving; when you just drove hours as a zombie) Associative Learning 2 types of Conditioning Classical Conditioning – Pavlov’s CR; CS; UCS; UCR; NS – Association: 2 stimuli – *Involuntary* response; innate [Learning] Acquisition Neutral stimulus > CS [Learning] […]

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Radiologic Sciences

A radiographer or a ‘radiologic technologist’ is a healthcare professional who takes X-ray images of various important parts of the body and also conducts other specialized radiological procedures such as CT scans, MRI scans, nuclear medicine techniques and ultrasound. It is the ethical duty of the radiographer to protect the patient from radiation by ensuring […]

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The Need for Indigenization of Social Sciences

A. Overview: There was been a great crisis existing in the field of social sciences as most local researchers face the reality that the Western aspect on research methods used in their studies influence the outcome or interpretations of their findings in the cultural context of the country. As Pe-dua, R. (1989) states that, “May […]

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In Areas of Knowledge Such as the Arts or the Sciences

Is it possible that we learn equally from seemingly contradictory situations of work that follows and work that breaks with accepted conventions? Stereotypically the sciences and mathematics are all about fundamental laws, which are further developed and build up. Hence, scientists and mathematicians are assumed to most likely learn more from work that follow. However […]

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Ethical Issues in the Biomedical Sciences

Choosing the sex of your child is technically possible thanks to advances in fertility treatments that allow doctors to create or identify embryos of a certain sex based on this most accurate sex selection methods; usually the most expensive (10,000.00) often involving invasive infertility treatments and fertility drugs with side effects. Sex determination and the […]

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