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An Evaluation Research on the Effects of Sleep Deprivation
The purpose of this paper is to evaluate research on the effects of sleep deprivation. Many negative consequences of sleep deprivation have been identified in the research literature. a. Five of the many consequences of sleep deprivation are depression, obesity, weakens your immune system, impairment of memory/cognitive, a...
The Importance of Sleep to the Body and Mind
The topic of this article is to let people how important sleep is to the body, mind and etc. And to let them know what all can happen to a person who doesn’t get enough sleep, this information is very important for people to know. “Sleep plays a very important role in good health and well-being throughout your life. Getting...
An Evaluation of the Correlational Method to Examine the Relationship Between REM Sleep and Memory
Using the Correlational Method to Study Sleep through the Lifespan The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the correlational method as a means for examining the relationship between REM sleep and memory. I will describe previous research and then investigate how REM and memory are associated in young people and in older...
The Origins of Psychopathy and the Human Antisocial Behavior
Question 1 At the mention of people living with mental illnesses and other forms of mental impairments, one condition comes to mind, psychopathy. It is perhaps one of the most researched on mental condition due to its severe effects it has on the patients and the society as a whole. Psychopathy is personality disorder such...
Sleep Apnea as a Cause of Heart Diseases in the United States
There are increasing sleeping irregularities in the contemporary America due to the growing abundance of artificial light. That is, in the industrial revolution people associated sleep with the setting of the sun which is contrary to the way in which people sleep in the industrialized societies where they stay awake three t...
The Psychological Trauma Caused by Night Terrors in Childhood
Having a nightmare can be very traumatizing for children. Nightmares can keep a child up the entire night worrying about what's under their bed. Night terrors, however, are a completely different type of fear. Night terrors could be described as an "intense nightmare" and the dreamer usually does not remember the event but...