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    affect heuristics

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    gym etc. They make use of ‘affect’ or emotional response, whenever such situations emerge. ‘Affect heuristic’ is a mental shortcut or a ‘rule of thumb’ that we use to make an instantaneous decision or judgement based on our present emotion. It saves time but can also lead to errors. People make decisions,usually without any further thinking and evaluation, about the goodness or badness of an act, object, person, event or situation. There may be more pros than cons to affect heuristics. However, the

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    Time period affect censorship

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    “Did time period affect censorship in language, technology, and education”. It can affect, and it affect in many ways. It can affect in every hour, days, months, and years. Time period does affect in language and film, internet and technology, education and books. It affects in the way of using language, like using a bad word to communicate with other people, Internet got effect of technology that is getting much high-tech. Education were worse because people were reading a book that is not related

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    The Length of a Wire Affects Its Resistance Scientific Enquiry: I know that metals are good conductors of electricity. Metals are good conductors because their electrons are easily released allowing electricity to flow. The electrons can carry current because they split up from the positive ions, so they are free to move and to carry current. Factors that affect resistance: 1. Length – the longer the wire the more atoms there are for the current to push through. 2. Width –

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    How Divorce Affects Children

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    emotional disturbances to a point where it disrupts their development, or they learn to manage the stresses in order to cope with the situation and emotions that accompany” (Judy Mann), mainly through parental intention and intervention. Factors that affect the extent of disturbance are subjective to each situation. For example, the adjustment process after separation depends on the relationship between parents prior to divorce, the ages of the children, whether or not siblings are present, and how often

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    fairly easy to guess… Money! Outsourcing originated from someone coming up with the idea that we can make products for practically nothing in other countries and make very high profits. Although it seems like a great idea to businesses, it negatively affects our country. American consumers are buying these products that are made in other countries and the companies profits are continuing to rapidly increase. At the same time, people that are in the production field of work in America are losing their

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    definitely have a part in determining identity, but it is important for people to determine their own uniqueness by not conforming to everything they may see or hear from these influences. The way people decide to forge their own personalities directly affects their futures.

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    Does Television Affect Social Interaction?

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    recently begun to start studying the effects these machines may have on children, social interaction and families. Research has begun to show negative consequences of television on children’s development and socialization proving that it does reduce and affect social interaction. Television, the dancing pixels behind a glass screen that have entranced many a youth since its mainstream release in the 1950’s, has evolved into an entity of its own. Most homes have at least one television; many have two or

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    Media Affects on the Self- image of Women When you first glance at this article, you might say to yourself “I know what women in the media is about, it's stereotypes and sexism.” What you probably don’t know is that however subtle, these visual cues are affecting women individually and collectively, in how they view themselves and other women. Relationships are a fundamental aspect of women’s behaviorism and advertising exploits this. It turns people into objects and offers products as a replacement

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    Pyle describes how war can affect soldiers when he says, “They were gone forever now. And yet we could afford it” (Pyle). The only way for soldiers to overcome tragedy is to block out memories that may have been hard to deal with. Emotional stress can cause soldiers to act differently

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    How Thickness and Length Affect the Resistance of a Wire I plan to investigate how the length and thickness of a wire affects the resistance. I plan to do this by keeping the voltage the same by using a variable resistor and measure the current when varied lengths and thicknesses of wire is in a circuit ===================================================================== Variables ========= There are a few factors that can affect the resistance. These are; * Temperature

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