Time Rethinking First Foods - An eight-year study of 70 baby-mother pairs at the University of Tennessee, published in 2002, confirmed that food preferences are established early: 8-year-olds usually like the same foods they did when they were 4, and preferences are often formed as early as age 2.
Harvard Cheating Scandal: Is Academic Dishonesty on the Rise?
An opinion piece written in 2012 after a campus wide investigation was launched after reports of over 100 students were caught cheating on an exam. The piece itself discusses how societal behaviors can greatly influence one's decision to cheat, and talk about the influence of society, and its effects as well. "Should we really be surprised that high schoolers cheat on standardized tests when they grow up among adults...who may be thrifty, at best, with the truth?" (6999)
Scholarship is not the result of passive person who just happens to witness an experience. In the professions, scholarship involves careful observation of the given conditions to examine the means available for reaching an end, and to discover the hindrances in the way. To read more: http://www.franklin.edu/news-community/franklin-newsroom/education-blog/2013/cw-scholarship-piece