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Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

The article “Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Symptoms Predict Delay to Hospital in Patients with Acute Coronary Syndrome” by Newman J. et al. addresses the post-traumatic stress disorder symptoms, which are common in patients with the acute coronary syndrome. The rampant delays of visiting hospitals by patients suffering from acute coronary syndrome have led to poor […] Read more >>

01.11.2019
Psychology-Paper-Emotional-Intelligence
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Psychology Paper: Emotional Intelligence

Justification of the Research Question The following essay is the analysis and critique of two articles. The topic will revolve around the relationship between the emotional intelligence of employees and their performance in the workplace. Specifically, the essay will concentrate on the question of personal interest and choice: Do emotionally intelligent employees perform better in […] Read more >>

06.09.2019
Critique of the Article about the Shifts for Hospital Nurses
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Critique of the Article about the Shifts for Hospital Nurses

Research Critique of the Article “The Longer the Shifts for Hospital Nurses, The Higher the Levels of Burnout and Patient Dissatisfaction” by Amy Witkoski Stimpfel, Douglas M. Sloane and Linda H. Aiken Research Critique It is a commonly known fact that the psychological well-being of a person affects his or her work productivity. Nurses are […] Read more >>

03.07.2019
San Bernardino Shooters
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Critique of an Article: San Bernardino Shooters

The article “San Bernardino Shooters Received $28500 Just Weeks Before Attack” details the reports provided by the bodies investigating the attack at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino on the 2nd of December. In the course of the attack, fourteen people were killed and twenty-one injured. According to the authors, the attack was conducted […] Read more >>

03.07.2019
The analysis of the article A Study of theLoss of Institutional Trust after a Merger by Steve Maguire and Nelson Philips
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Article Analysis: A Study of the Loss of Institutional Trust after a Merger by Steve Maguire and Nelson Philips

Introduction The given paper represents the analysis of the article ‘Citibankers’ at Citigroup: A Study of the Loss of Institutional Trust after a Merger’ by Steve Maguire and Nelson Philips and published in the Journal of Management Studies. Thus, the main goal of the given essay is presented by the analysis of the institutional trust before […] Read more >>

15.04.2019
They Work Long Hours but What about Results
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They Work Long Hours, But What about Results?

People who are not born rich and who are lazy enough not to try to become one, usually go to work, come home, occasionally do some shopping, bring children from school and that is all their life. They have dreams. However, those dreams usually do not come true. Dreams have to be worked upon to […] Read more >>

22.12.2018
Development of Knowledge, Attitudes and Commitment to Teach Diverse Student Populations
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Development of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Commitment to Teach Diverse Student Populations

The article “Development of Knowledge, Attitudes, and Commitment to Teach Diverse Student Populations” by Robert A. Wiggins and Eric J. Follo is devoted to research whether the undergraduate program in the Oakland University is a successful asset of preparing students for teaching in diverse settings. The issue of multi-diverse communities and the necessity to adapt teaching […] Read more >>

22.12.2018
The fast food issue
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Article Review: Issues of Fast Food and Obesity

The research paper Benefits of Utilizing the Documentary Super Size Me in a College Health-Related Fitness Course by Jennifer Beck, John David Johnson, and Bronagh Gallagher addresses the essential for the contemporary American social issues of fast food and obesity. “In 2000, a poor diet including obesity and inactivity caused 400,000 U.S. deaths – more than 16 […] Read more >>

22.12.2018
The Long Side by AdiJaffe
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Article Review: The Long Side by Adi Jaffe

Addiction: The Long Side is a psychological article that was published on 6 September 2011 by Adi Jaffe. It was last reviewed in October this year. This article was chosen because addiction is an issue that has affected many people in society, especially young people. This article looks in detail at the factors that lead […] Read more >>

22.12.2018