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Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development

Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development Jean Piaget was a swiss development physiologist who had a great interest in children and how they changed as they matured. He observed that children naturally create their own ideas as they grow even without any influence from the parents. He came up with the theory of cognitive development, which […]

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Impacts of Globalization on Technology

Impacts of Globalization on Technology Decades ago, the diffusion of information and new inventions took dozens of years to travel from one country to another across the globe. For instance, it took more than 1000 years for the invention of paper in China to reach Europe. Today, the movement of information and technology is easier […]

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Principles of Drug Action

Principles of Drug Action A drug passes through three phases in order to achieve its intended purpose. These stages include the drug administration phase, pharmacokinetic phase, and pharmacodynamic phase. These phases form a conceptual framework that explains the drug’s course of action from the administration,  Absorption, effects, and finally, how it is excreted from the […]

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Drug Development and Error Prevention

Drug Development and Error Prevention National Coordinating Council for Medication Error Reporting and Prevention defines a medication error as any avoidable event that may result in inappropriate medication use and harm to a patient while the medication is in control of a health care professional, patient, or the consumer. Medication errors can occur at any […]

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Hematology and Oncology

 Hematology and Oncology The medical profession is made up of a dozen specialties. While each individual specialty is a separate area, some, if not most, are closely related and often overlap simply because the body is a system, and an issue with one part may affect another part of the body. An ideal example of […]

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Modernism and Religion

Modernism and Religion The most acceptable definition of religion is the belief in a God who is a supreme being and all the rituals and teachings associated with that God. Modernism in religion is a movement in the late 19th and early 20th centuries that sought to interpret the ancient Christian beliefs and practices in […]

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Persepolis Review

Persepolis Review  Persepolis is a captivating animated story by an Iranian author, Marjane Satrapi. The film is based on Ms. Satrapi’s novel of the same name, who is also the main character and co-director, together with Vincent Paronnaud. It features a series of black and white animated pictures of the young girl, Marjane, who tells […]

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Difference between Religion and Theology

Difference between Religion and Theology Theology and religion are two very closely related and easily confused disciplines. The confusion arises because both of them revolve around God. If you carefully examine each subject, you will realize that, while they have a few aspects in common, they are also two completely different things. Theology mostly focuses […]

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Religion and Mental health

The relationship between religion and mental health has not always been clear. Interestingly, there are tons of research which have been conducted to examine the exact link between the two. Most of these studies revealed a positive relationship between positive religious beliefs and mental health. However other studies also indicate that negative religious beliefs can […]

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Compare and contrast Procedural law and substantive law

Law is primarily categorized into substantive law and procedural law. Both are related yet quite different. However, they work closely together to ensure that all the necessary procedures are observed during the proceedings of either a civil or a criminal case.  Basically, procedural law is a set of rules and procedures that focuses on the […]

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