Blog Post #4 – Research Round #2 – Is Sleep Really that Important?

“Is Sleep Really that Important?” By: Karen Zoulau Have you ever wondered what happens to our bodies when we sleep? Let me explain. Our brain stores new information while we sleep [1], creating new space for new memories and deleting Continue reading Blog Post #4 – Research Round #2 – Is Sleep Really that Important?

Blog Post #4 – Inquiry Research Round #2 – Why do people believe in conspiracy theories?

Why are people drawn to and create conspiracy theories? Conspiracy theories. In this current age, I would be quite confident saying that virtually everyone reading this knows what they are. Strange ideas, farfetched conclusions, “connect-the-dots” thinking. I would also be Continue reading Blog Post #4 – Inquiry Research Round #2 – Why do people believe in conspiracy theories?

Blog Post #3 – Research Round #1 – Why do we generalize people?

In general humans have a tendency to make haste decisions or form opinions based on the demographic, appearance, past actions etc. of a person. These behaviours are formed from childhood  based on our experiences growing up, and social stigmas which Continue reading Blog Post #3 – Research Round #1 – Why do we generalize people?

Project plan: Why do we generalize people?

Step 1: Why do we generalize people? This will give me a better understanding of the psychology behind generalizing, and certain stigmas that can cause it. Step 2: How does generalizing affect society? This question will help inform me of Continue reading Project plan: Why do we generalize people?

Blog Post #3 – Research Round #1 – Is Sleep Really that Important?

“Is Sleep Really that Important?” By: Karen Zoulau Going 24 hours without sleep is one of the most harmful things you could do to your body. If you pull an all-nighter, you will be cognitively impaired [1]. Even going 17 Continue reading Blog Post #3 – Research Round #1 – Is Sleep Really that Important?

Blog Post #3 – Inquiry Research Round #1 – Why do people believe in conspiracy theories?

What are conspiracy theories and how can we identify false ones? Conspiracy theories are now all around us. The crazy notions, the absurd ideas, the disproven lies, together they help to plague our world, its people, and our understanding of Continue reading Blog Post #3 – Inquiry Research Round #1 – Why do people believe in conspiracy theories?

blog #2: project Plan-“Does family or culture have more of an influence on the occurrence of eating disorders?”. 

Hello!  In this blog, I will be talking about what direction I would be taking in terms of my topic “Does family or culture have more of an influence on the occurrence of eating disorders?”.  “Eating disorders affect at least 9% Continue reading blog #2: project Plan-“Does family or culture have more of an influence on the occurrence of eating disorders?”. 

Blog Post #2 – Project Plan – Is Sleep Really that Important?

The steps I am planning to take in my inquiry project: First Post: Negative Effects of Sleeping Late and Having a Lack of Sleep What happens to your body if you don’t sleep for a whole day? What happens to Continue reading Blog Post #2 – Project Plan – Is Sleep Really that Important?

Blog Post #1 – Is Sleep Really that Important?

Inquiry Question: Is Sleep Really that Important? We all know that sleep is essential for living. Everyone has to sleep in order to avoid effects of sleep deprivation like fatigue, irritability and mood changes. In the now, I don’t feel Continue reading Blog Post #1 – Is Sleep Really that Important?