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Stereotyping

What is a stereotype? Why do people stereotype others? This paper aims to focus on what stereotypes are, what some of the causes are, and why it is done.

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The Colorful Mind

Research has shown that color affects our minds in a number of ways in every aspect of our lives, but what is the reason? How does it affect us the way it does? Why does the color of an object affect us?

Submission by Ibrahim Saad.

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The Octopus

...can change color, physical appearance, squirt water, ink, and squeeze into the smallest spaces possible. They experiment, problem solve, plan ahead of time, play, and use tools – all of which are indicators of intelligence.

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Octopus by giselaroyo

Drug Interactions

Why are the highest-risk situations for drug overdose post-release from prison, detoxification and rehabilitation?

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Pills by dimshik

Fear in America

"...No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."

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The Constitution

Irukandji

Tiny, poisonous, and painful. Even worse, they cause a psychological reaction to make you think you'll die, even though they're not lethal.

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Irukandji

12 Interesting Brain Facts

The brain stores and recalls information, thinks, and questions. But what else does it do? Here are 12 interesting facts about the brain that you probably never knew. Plus, a link with 88 more!

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Brain Facts

Ethics of Captivity

Are zoos ethical? In this paper, Marc Taylor discusses the ethical concerns of captivity, and the impacts on animal welfare. Do zoos help preserve species, or harm them instead?

Submission by Marc Taylor

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It's Your Move...

A paper discussing the book It’s Your Move: How to Play the Game and Win the Man You Want by Nick Savoy

Submission by Jenna Gray

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