How do I write an unbiased paper?
Writing an unbiased paper is tricky, but before you ask this question you must figure out what type of essay your teacher is looking for. If your teacher/professor wants an objective essay then there are a few steps to follow. 1. Write in third person 2. Write specifics, do not be vague or general 3. Do not use any opinionated language 4. Avoid using words that exaggerate your writing, such as 'really', 'always', 'never', 'very'. As always re-read your paper. Have another set of eyes look it over before you pass it in.
List Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and express one flaw in its structure.
Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs can be viewed as a pyramid, with the most basic needs at the bottom. From bottom to top they are: physiological needs, safety and security, belonging and love needs, self-esteem needs, self-actualization. One flaw in the structure of this Hierarchy is to assume that those who are still searching for physiological needs do not have self-esteem. There are people who barely have their physiological needs met and who do not have the safety and security of a job or a house, but these individuals have the ability to be extremely talented and question the structure of civilization.
What are the types of glial cells and what are their functions?
There are six glial cells, although many teachers will focus on just the following five: oligodendrocytes, astrocytes, ependymal cells, Schwann cells, and Microglia. First let's explain each of these five. Oligodendrocytes are cells found in the central nervous system. Their function is to create myelin, which speeds neural transmission, for the central nervous system neurons. An interesting fact about oligodendrocytes is that one glial cell can reach out arms and create myelin for more than one neuron. If oligodendrocytes are harmed, such as when someone breaks their back, these glial cells will not grow back, which explains how someone can become paralyzed. Schwann cells create myelin for the peripheral nervous system (everything but the brain and spinal cord). One Schwann cell can only cover one part of the neuron, they are unable to reach out arms like the oligodendrocytes. Schwann cells can grow back and repair themselves if damaged. Astrocytes are star-like shaped neurons that create a blood-brain barrier and allow certain energy producing molecules into the brain. Ependymal cells line the walls of ventricles in the brain. Microglia circulate through the central nervous system as the first line of immune defense, The general function of all glial cells is to support the nervous system.