Month: September 2018

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Deja Vu’s Cousin: The Baader-Meinhof Phenomenon

Have you learned a word or concept or seen an item and then suddenly see it everywhere? You’re left with a sense of confusion as to why that thing is so much more common now. That concept right there is the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon. Like deja vu where you’ve seen something before but don’t know from what, the Baader-Meinhof phenomenon also experiences that but focuses more on how much more frequently you see that recurring thing.

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How To Study: Standardized Tests

Standardized tests are something that every student eventually has to tackle. These tests are essential, either for getting into college, or for moving on to post-secondary education. Standardized tests are also quite intimidating; most people find them daunting, and that comes from not knowing how to study for them. This article will highlight some key tips on how to study for standardized tests.

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Free Radicals: Irradiation in Food

Have you ever gone to make a sandwich or other meal but realized that one of the integral ingredients had molded or gone “bad”? Meet a more economical and effective form of preserving fruits, vegetables, and other foods– radiation.