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Type:  Research Paper Example
Words:  2,233 (approximately 8 pages)
Sources:  8
Style:  MLA
Title:  Blind Spot Enlargement in Non-Athletes


All humans have a blind spot in the visual field caused by an absence of nerves on the retinal wall where the nerve ganglia enter.  Our brains "correct" this blind spot by filling-in the missing information so that we do not notice the blind spot in normal, daily activity.  There have been a few studies conducted to determine how the brain compensates for the phenomenon.  (This research paper references many academic sources and includes several diagrams.)


Type:  Argumentative Essay Sample
Words:  984 (approximately 3.5 pages)
Sources:  5
Style:  MLA
Title:  The Neanderthal Should be Classified as a Subspecies of Modern Man


Our author argues, through his thesis, that Neanderthal man is a subspecies of modern humans due to key elements of the Neanderthal physiology, behavior, and culture.  The debate regarding Neanderthal man's place in human evolution has continued unabated since the discovery of the first Neanderthal fossil in 1856.  One camp believes Neanderthal man is a human ancestor and should be classified as a subspecies of modern manohomo sapien neandertalis.  The opposition argues that Neanderthal man is a distinct species—homo neandertalis—a species entirely separate from modern humans.


Type:  Example Term Paper
Words:  2,608 (approximately 9.5 pages)
Sources:  8
Style:  MLA
Title:  A Business Analysis of the Object Oriented Hypermedia Design Model


This term paper analyzes the Object Oriented Hypermedia design model and the four-step process involved in its development.  The paper explains each step in the development process, as well as the past, present, and future business uses of the model.  It explores the importance of the model in e-business and Internet applications.  Our author expands of his thesis by providing details about the model's compatibility issues and comparing the model to similar applications, such as HDM and OOHM.  In addition, the paper includes a discussion of the strengths and weaknesses of the model, including its navigational design, costly overhead, and employee training involved in implementing the application.


Type:  Book Report
Words:  1,381 (approximately 5 pages)
Sources:  1
Style:  MLA
Title:  "The Rich Get Richer and the Poor Get Prison"


Our book report writer has included all of the standard features of a correct book report: summary, analysis, commentary, opinion, recommendation, and conclusion.


Type:  Dissertation
Words:  13,895 (approximately 51 pages)
Sources:  21
Style:  MLA
Title:  Chocolate: Behind Its Bad Rap


This 5-chapter dissertation includes tables, statistics, research questions, and all other standard dissertation features.

Chapter 1 - Introduction to the Problem
Chapter 2 - Review of Related Literature and Research
Chapter 3 - Design of the Study
Chapter 4 - Results and Findings
Chapter 5 - Conclusions, Implications, and Recommendations

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