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Article Analysis

Robert Sapolsky, Testosterone Rules

Robert Sapolsky's 1997 article, “Testosterone Rules,” is an examination of the actual relationship between the hormone and aggression, and with an emphasis on aggression in males. The author's primary point, established early on, is that there is no directly causal agent in testosterone; while it is commonly believed that higher...

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1004 words | 4 page(s)
Successful Aging Among Assisted Living Community Older Adults

The article being evaluated in this critique is “Successful Aging Among Assisted Living Community Older Adults” from the 2013 issue of the Journal of Nursing Scholarship by M. Kozar-Westman, M. Troutman-Jourdan, and M.A. Nies. The title appears sufficient to communicate to the reader key variables (successful aging, assisted living community)...

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940 words | 4 page(s)
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Economy 2.0: A User’s Guide

Rana Foroohar (2013) provides the introduction for a collection of articles entitled Economy 2.0: A User’s Guide. In the introduction to this collection she describes the major issues facing the American economy, beginning with the financial crisis of 2008 and covering stocks, investments, real estate, and everything in between. Blake...

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949 words | 4 page(s)
Summary of Article

Marketing is considered as a means of delivering value to all the customers. It is mainly tasked with the role of satisfying their needs and further in the achievement of long-term profitability for any industry. Particularly, this article aims at analyzing the marketing strategies that alcohol industry employ in Latin...

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603 words | 3 page(s)
Chronobiology Article Analysis

An interesting article about arthritis focused on the chronobiology of the disease. The article is entitled “Chronobiology and the Treatment of Rheumatoid Arthritis.” The author is Maurizio Cutolo. It was published in Current Opinion in Rheumatology in 2012. This paper will examine and analyze this article. This includes the generalizability...

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623 words | 3 page(s)