Monthly Archives: November 2013

The transfer and retention of information by the public through medical dramas and crime shows on television.

Ever since television has been around, it has become increasingly popular in the public’s everyday life. We look to it as an entertainment source through fictional stories and an information source through documentaries and game shows. However, researchers are becoming … Continue reading

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Battlestar Galactica versus Star Trek Voyager: a curious case of public demand

Battlestar Galactica and Star Trek Voyager are painted on two galactic canvases of seemingly parallel universes. This makes for a compelling comparison between storylines because, inevitably, the two shows get juxtaposed against each other. Both series are popular by science … Continue reading

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