Extinction Essay Examples

Increase in discretionary time

Teleshopping offers the possibility of increasing discretionary time by eliminating travel time for traditional shopping trips, and by speeding routine purchases. Intelligent agents, or pieces of software that search computer networks, will reduce our need to comparison shop to obtain the best price. Using intelligent agents to automate routine shopping for groceries and staple goods… View Article

Intro to Psychology Observation Paper

There are three principles of learning; classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and cognitive learning. Each of these are presented in many examples of our daily lives. Classical conditioning is a phenomenon in which two stimuli are associated, creating a reflex response. There are three examples of classical conditioning. My first example is my boyfriend, he wears… View Article

Formosan Black Bear

The Formosan black bear is also known as the white-throated bear. They are endemic to Taiwan. In 2001, they were voted the most representative wildlife of Taiwan. And they are also the largest land animals and the only native bears in Taiwan. Because of severe exploitation and habitat degradation in recent decades, populations of wild… View Article

Theories of Addiction Explanations for Continuing Drug Use and Relapse

Theories of addiction, many have been proposed and a variety of preclinical models have been constructed. several theories were utilized in this study to better understand the basis of addiction. The first theory, negative reinforcement, suggests that the continued use of the psychoactive substance is to avoid withdrawal dysphoria. The next theory subject to research… View Article

Environmental Pollution

1. Effects on Climate Land pollution can affect the general environment of the Earth. Land pollutions leads to loss in the forest cover of Earth. This is in turn going to affect the amount of rain. Less rains mean lesser vegetation. The effect of all different kinds of pollution will eventually lead to problems like… View Article

What Is Your Opinion of Zoos

Recently, zoos have come under a considerable amount of criticism from animal activists, who claim that it is unfair to keep animals in cages and that the money spent on protecting them in their natural environment. Zoologists, on the other hand, insist that zoos benefit not only human beings from an educational standpoint, but that… View Article

Habitat for Elephants

After observing the giraffe exhibit, my partner Nan Chen and I decided to make our way to observe the Janice Suber McNair Asian Elephant Habitat which was built in 2008; an exhibit, home to seven different elephants, both young and old. The exhibit is home to adult bull Thai, adult cows Methai, Shanti, and Tess,… View Article

Save the Tigers

Someday, we may never see tigers again because tigers are on the critically endangered list, which is why the National Zoo was celebrating Global Tiger Day. This is happening because of poaching and habitat changes. Large plantations have replaced a lot of tiger habitat in several tropical range countries. Tigers occupy only around 7 percent… View Article

An End to Animal Abuse

“Animals are dying all over the world and becoming endangered species mostly because of animal abuse and cruelty” (James Gorman). It is a worldwide problem that will continue unless people are concerned about it or stop doing it. There should be more laws regulating child labor. Animal abuse stops scientists from researching animals. Animals become… View Article

Cause Effect Essay Endangered Animals

Human beings, plants, and animals, are creatures that are a part of the world. There are a lot of species that we don’t know due to endangerment. There are many animals that our kids and our grandkids are not going to know either because now they are in danger of extinction. Many animals are in… View Article

Endangered Animals should be protect

‘Would you like to see humans becoming extinct after sometime? Animals are as important as humans and then how can we see animals extinct. Mahatma Gandhi (1956) had a quote which was­”The greatness of a nation and its moral progress can be judged by the way animals are treated”. There are several animals who are… View Article

Extinction Rates

Extinction can be defined as a phenomenon in which a given species or organism comes to an end. Scientifically, extinction occurs when a species can no longer compete for survival in changing environmental conditions. Extinction of both plants and animals imposes major threat to humanity because it is a major environmental problem on earth and… View Article

Jeremy clarkson Long Live Extinction

I have recently read your article ‘Stuff the Tiger – long live extinction’ and disagree strongly with the views you put forward. Your arguments are unjustified and the examples you use to demonstrate are faulty and contradicting to each other . In this article, you have mentioned how extinction doesn’t have any impact on mankind…. View Article

Chrysalis Module

Behaviourists explain maladaptive behaviour in terms of the learning principles that sustain and maintain it. Discuss this statement and show how a behaviourists approach to therapy is in stark contrast to psychoanalytic one. The term ‘therapy’ literary means, “curing, healing” and is defined as a treatment intended to relieve or heal a disorder. Historically, there… View Article

Global Climate Change: Causes and Effects

The Earth goes through natural phases of warming and cooling, due to changes in the Sun and volcanic activity. During these changes, the temperature fluctuates a little bit. However, the drastic incline in the temperature of the earth over the past century cannot be explained by these natural causes alone. What could have had the… View Article