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Reflective–BloomingMystery

Core Value 1. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. When looking for sources regarding the topic of my research paper, which was about … Continue reading

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Bibliography–BloomingMystery

1. Human Brain Development Does Not Stop At Adolescence: Research https://www.news-medical.net/news/20110923/human-brain-development-does-not-stop-at-adolescence-research.aspx Background: This source explains that the human brain does not stop developing at adolescence, but it instead keeps on developing well into our 20’s. Research conducted at  the Faculty … Continue reading

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Research–BloomingMystery

Raising the Legal Drinking Age  The brain is the most complex organ in the body, research and tests always unveil something new regarding functionality, especially in terms of which parts of the brain control what. Development is an important factor … Continue reading

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Rebuttal–BloomingMystery

Raising The Legal Drinking Age In the world, there are people who come into power and have the ability to pass or change up certain laws pertaining to our society. In the United States, we have laws and regulations designed … Continue reading

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Causal Rewrite–BloomingMystery

Raising the Legal Drinking Age Creates More Efficient People Alcohol is a dangerous substance that continuously flies under society’s radar. When compared to other substances like drugs or vaping, alcohol rarely gets discussed in terms of the irreversible damage that … Continue reading

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Causal–BloomingMystery

Raising The Legal Drinking Age Creates More Efficient People Alcohol is a dangerous substance that flies under society’s radar. Compared to other abuses such as drugs or vaping/smoking, alcohol is rarely discussed in terms of its irreversible impacts on the … Continue reading

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Definition–BloomingMystery

The Prefrontal Cortex and Brain Development  The brain is the most complex organ in the body, research and tests always unveil something new regarding functionality, especially in terms of which parts of the brain control what. Development is an important … Continue reading

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Proposal +5–bloomingmystery

For my research paper, I will be diving deeper into the conversation surrounding the legal drinking age, more specifically, raising it from twenty-one to twenty-five. Alcohol has been known for its harmful effects on the brain and body, however, the … Continue reading

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PTSD Claims–bloomingmystery

“Secondary traumatic stress has been documented in the spouses of veterans with PTSD from Vietnam.” This is a factual claim as the word “documented” brings forth the presence of research and that this was not a claim just pulled from … Continue reading

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Purposeful Summaries–bloomingmystery

Why Keeping Little Girls Squeaky Clean Could Make Them Sick It seems counterintuitive that children who are kept clean actually end up getting sick more times than that of those who are allowed to get dirty. Focusing more around females, … Continue reading

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