Month: April 2021

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Mental Health

Mental Health: Significant Harsh Effects of COVID-19 on University Students

This project studies the impact of restriction of physical activity opportunities due to COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on mental health and psychological well-being of undergraduate university students (19-24 years old) in England. Background University students are increasingly a vulnerable population, suffering from higher levels of anxiety, depression, substance abuse, and eating disorders. Therefore, when
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Total Quality Management

Effects of Bilingualism on Cognition: Comprehensive Research Paper|2022

The project shows the results of experiments examining the consequences of lifelong bilingualism on cognitive and linguistic performance. Typically, research has shown that bilingualism leads to disadvantages in linguistic ability but advantages in executive control, a crucial cognitive ability Many people who are bilingual are taught both languages from the start of their lives. One
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Substance Abuse Disorder

Substance Abuse Disorder Amongst Adolescents |2022

Substance abuse disorder has a major impact on individuals, families, and communities as its effects are cumulative, contributing to costly social, physical, and mental health problems. Several factors can enhance the risk for initiating or continuing substance abuse including socioeconomic status. Additionally, quality of parenting, peer group influence, and biological/inherent predisposition toward drug addiction. Adolescence
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Symbolic Interactionism

Symbolic Interactionism: Best Answer [2022]

Symbolic interactionism as a social theoretical framework starts from the presupposition that the construction of our social world is through the mundane acts of everyday social interaction. Through the repetitive act of interaction, individuals as actors in relation to social groups constitute symbolic and shared meanings. Importantly, symbolic interactionism does not deny the unique; it
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Physical Activity
Sustainable development
Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder: Best Teaching Techniques for Pupils with FASD|2022

Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder can be understood as a range of congenital birth abnormalities along a spectrum, caused by prenatal alcohol exposure (Carpenter, 2011). Further, Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder has been described as the “Hidden Disability”, due to physical characteristics not always being present (Millar et al, 2014:3). Throughout pregnancy, the central nervous system of
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