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Essay: Cause and Effect of a Personal Challenge

This 3 page paper is a personal essay about meeting unexpected challenges and overcoming them. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Cause and Effect Essay on Why So Many People Return to College Later in Life:

In three pages this cause and effect essay, written in the first person, examines why so many people decide to return to college later in life. One source is cited in the bibliography.

WHY COLLEGE?

This 3-page paper is a cause-and-effect essay, explaining why a particular student is attending college.

Career Essay

A 3 page essay on the exchange of a job for a career, and the cause and effect relationships between the two. No additional sources cited.

Cause-and-Effect Essay on Becoming a Hospice Worker

In three pages this essay discusses the cause of a hospice worker career choice and the effects of such a decision including stress, burnout, and compassion fatigue. One source is listed in the bibliography.

The Internet and its Effects on Human Behavior

A 6-page essay that examines the effects of the Internet on human behavior. Included are discussions of Internet chat and the use of the World Wide Web as a research and learning tool and the effect these have had on human behavior. Also included is a discussion of email and ecommerce and a look at how these two aspects of the Internet have effected business behavior.

Causality

A 3 page research paper/essay that discusses 2 topics: single versus multiple-cause explanations and the relationship between single-cause explanations and stereotypes. Bibliography lists 2 sources.

Different Issues Regarding Pregnant Women And Children

A 3 page paper that addresses four separate issues. What are the effects of wine on the fetus? What are the effects of tobacco on the fetus? Should young children have limited exposure to electronic media? and Programs that help provide proper nutrition to the pregnant woman and child. Bibliography lists 4 sources. x

A Personal Weight Loss Plan

A 5 page experiment designed to effect realistic weight loss in a forty-two year old, 170 pound female. Determines the existing maintenance caloric intake and modifies that intake to effect a weight loss of three pounds per week. Charts the daily weight and caloric intake of the subject for the two week study period and graphs that information to illustrate the success of the program. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

Side Effects, Patient Information and Recommended Procedures for Commonly Prescribed Medications

This 42 page paper provides a list of medications, by category, along with a section for each for Significant Side Effects/Adverse Reactions, Patient Information and Recommended Procedures for monitoring the drug. Side Effects include the most serious adverse reactions listed in the literature. Patient information includes relevant information that may include things such as how alcohol impacts the patient while using the drug, or whether or not it is safe for pregnant or nursing women. Finally, recommended procedures provide information on how a doctor might follow up and what specific tests, if any, are recommended. Drugs are alphabetized under each classification. Bibliography lists 11 sources.

Educational Tool: Anorexia

The influence of popular culture is a double-edged sword when it comes to the ways in which it motivates social behavior; the ability to collectively rally people behind important causes is one of its more beneficial facets, while causing impressionable individuals – mostly adolescents – to severely modify caloric intake in order to become more socially acceptable is one of its most detrimental. As much an influence as popular culture is on the prevalence of anorexia and body image, other factors that include psychological, physiological, biological and environmental components are just as powerful an edict to a vulnerable, fragile and young psyche. Moreover, as Summerfield (2000) duly points out, "individuals who participate in athletics, who diet frequently, and who have diabetes may be at increased risk" (p. 47). Bibliography lists 4 sources.

The Cold War and W.W.II - Any Comparisons?

The Cold War and W.W.II – Any Comparisons?: This 6-page analytical essay examines the comparative causes/ issues relevant to W.W. II and the Cold War that followed it. In addition, a review of both conflicts is provided. Can there ever be a good enough reason for war? Bibliography lists 6 sources. SNWartme.doc

Rethinking Procrastination

A 5 page paper that analyzes a report of a research study entitled ‘Rethinking Procrastination: Positive Effects of “Active” Procrastination Behavior on Attitudes and Performance.’ The essay discusses the independent and dependent variables, research design, operational definitions, hypotheses, outcomes, and more. Bibliography lists 1 source.

Territoriality And Personal Space

This 4 page paper discusses animal vs. human territoriality behaviors, personal space and privacy, the benefits of the suburban living environment, the effects of noise on health. Bibliography lists 6 sources.

Alcohol Drugs Tobacco During Pregnancy

A 3 page paper that discusses the effects of alcohol, illicit drugs, and tobacco on the fetus and newborn child. Bibliography lists 5 sources.

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