December 9, 2008

Dieting under stress

Perhaps this is the dieting breakthrough you’ve been waiting for? (more…)

Necessary vs. sufficient: Looking for love in all the wrong places

One of the issues in Social Sciences that is often utilised is whether a problem is necessary and sufficient. While it is easy to confuse the two, one is a necessary condition and the other, given the necessary condition, is sufficient to make it happen. For example, it’s necessary to have food available if someone is going to survive. What’s sufficient, however is the conditions that connect the person and lead to the person over-eating. One stage is necessary; the other one makes the event happen. (more…)

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