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Research- alaska

Depression: The Bad Sides Depression is common around the world today. Depression can mean different things for different people. For example, I view depression as having an off balance of chemicals in your brain. If you look up depression on … Continue reading

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Reflective- alaska

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. I was never a good writer, so this class challenged me. I do think … Continue reading

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Bibliography- alaska

1. King, Deborah A. and Kenneth Heller. “Depression and the Response of Others: Is the Effect Specific?.” Journal of Abnormal Psychology, vol. 95, no. 4, Nov. 1986, pp. 410-411. EBSCOhost. Background: This article discusses an experiment they did with depressed … Continue reading

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Causal Argument- alaska

Causes Can be Ruthless In “Causes of Depression: What Causes Depression?” Natasha Tracy says that more than ten percent of the population will at some point have experienced depression in their life. There are many different factors for the causes … Continue reading

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Definition Argument- alaska

Society’s Definition of Depression Depression is common around the world today. Depression can mean different things for different people. For example, I view depression as having an off balance of chemicals in your brain. If you look up depression on … Continue reading

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Visual Rewrite- alaska

0.01 The video starts with what we assume to be an African American family of four walking down the sidewalk that has cars parked along the side. Its looks to be a big neighborhood. All four of them are looking … Continue reading

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