Theory of Dreams

Fantasy And Dreams

Fantasy is a progression of thoughts, pictures, feelings, and vibes that for the most part happens automatically in the brain amid distinct phases of sleep. The substance and reason for dreams are not completely seen. However, they have been a theme of valid hypothesis, and also a subject of philosophical and religious enthusiasm, all through written history. The reasonable investigation of dreams is called oneirology.

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Modern Foreign Language

A range of initiatives and projects are in existence in relation to modern foreign languages including projects where foreign languages are completely integrated into the curriculum, language awareness programs, and language encounters. Nevertheless, in the viewpoint, various researchers, this diversity in the projects and initiatives have resulted in distinctive challenges for a transition from KS2 to KS3. In key stages 1 and 2, the provision of MFL varies considerably within and across the regions in terms of expertise of the teachers, class size, year of introduction and time allocated to the MFL learning.

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The Study of Loftus: Memory Formation

Brief Introduction

Loftus conducted a study on how false memories are developed in a person’s mind. There was a total of 24 candidates 3 males and 21 females. Each of the candidates was selected by the students of the University of Washington. Each student selected a pair of individuals, which consisted of a subject and his or her family member. The partners consisted of parent child pairs or sibling pairs and the youngest member of the pair was at least 18 years old. The family member of the pair had to have a sound knowledge about the subject’s childhood experiences, who is the youngest member of the pair.

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Health Consequences of Child Abuse


A person with bulimia Nervosa develops an obsessive control of their weight. The patient is dominated by the condition of eating binges. He consumes large amounts of calorie-rich foods as a result of lesser control on himself. He then attempts to compensate for over-eating by self-induced vomiting or using fluid tablets. The patient suffers from dental erosion and swelling around the face due to irritation of the salivary glands. He is usually overweight with respect to the height.

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Market Analysis

The restaurant plan to open a Cypriot cuisine restaurant in the heart of London. As researched by marketing facilitates this culture swapping and contributes towards tolerance and acceptance of lifestyle among consumers.  This study is undertaken to weigh the pros and cons of opening and operating such business. The owners of a business are of Cypriot descent; they not only have extensive knowledge of Cypriot cuisine but are also aware of Turkish and Greek cuisines which are closely related. Furthermore, the authentic ethnic Cypriot food is not only tastefully prepared, it has a balanced nutrient value. The owner himself is trained in the art of Cypriot culinary and plans to hire a chef who has a clear understanding of Cypriot cuisine.

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