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  • For this blog prompt, present your thesis sentence as it is right now and at least one of the major claims in support of that thesis. Include some support for that claim. Feel free to develop a second or third claim.

  • But evidence from psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience suggests that when students multitask while doing schoolwork, their learning is far spottier and shallower than if the work had their full attention.
  • 15 percent say they send 11 or more texts in a single class period.

  • There's the you that you present to the world," he says, "and then there's, you know, of course the real one and, if you're lucky, there's not a huge difference between those two people.

  • pens in front of an eighteen-month-old toddler, and there is a decent chance your toddler will display a spontaneous a
  • A recent experiment at the Max Planck Institute now shows that this kind of cooperative, altruistic behavior in toddlers can be increased by affiliative priming. Priming is a powerful tool in
  • usually hint that deep routed automatic mechanisms are influencing a particular behavior.
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