Author Archives: NSLincoln

Definition Rewrite – gemfhi

Fear is easy to define I don’t even need to look it up. Fear is simply a human response to danger. If I am wrong in that definition I am not far off, for I am human which means I … Continue reading

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Annotated Bibliography – gemfhi

Werner, Maximillian. “Why Do We Crave Horror? Evolutionary Psychology and Viewer Response to Horror Films – Bright Lights Film Journal.” Bright Lights Film Journal. 30 Apr. 2010. Web. 20 Nov. 2015. Background: This article explores horror all the way back to … Continue reading

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Research Position – gemfhi

Don’t Fear Fear Getting gutted, mutilated, and devoured by wild animals is not the most common (or ideal) cause of death these days, but it once was. As a result of this, we humans have evolved a very strong sense of … Continue reading

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Reflective – gemfhi

Core Value I. My work demonstrates that I used a variety of social and interactive practices that involve recursive stages of exploration, discovery, conceptualization, and development. I had a less than favorable disposition about writing classes such as these before … Continue reading

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Rebuttal Rewrite – gemfhi

Fear is dreadfully healthy. View it as a a sort of bitter tasting medicine that could lead to a well balanced human mind. However, too much fear can cause trauma or stress on an individual. If someone suffers from mental or emotional … Continue reading

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Causal Rewrite – gemfhi

It is true that fear can lead to a lot of mental and then physical adverse conditions, but that is only after experiencing too much of it too consistently over too long of a period of time. Experiencing fear, or … Continue reading

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Open Strong – gemfhi

Getting gutted, mutilated, and devoured by wild animals is not the most common (or ideal) cause of death these days, but it once was. As a result of this, we humans have evolved a very strong sense of fear, but … Continue reading

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