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Shared from IELTS Academic Reading - 31 (BT-... on Apr 04, 2024 2:52 PM
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The text has seven sections. Choose the correct heading for each section. Click on the box to select the correct answer. Click again to deselect.The text has seven sections. Choose the correct heading for each section and move it into the gap.

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Earning of true sportsman

Bhavana Bjl
Shared from IELTS Academic Reading - 31 (BT-... on Oct 19, 2023 2:26 AM
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In this question, it does say that humor causes relief from psychological tension and facilitates the process whereas laughter results from releasing this tension. Then isn't it humor that induces it, not laughter?

Nipun
Shared from IELTS Academic Reading - 36 (BT-... on Sep 20, 2023 12:12 AM
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I marked it false as i thought that reading and writing would be different

Mansi Rawat
Shared from IELTS Academic Reading - 36 (BT-... on Jun 05, 2023 10:10 AM
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Complete the notes below. Choose ONLY ONE WORD from the text for each answer.

ASCHOFF'S EXPERIMENTS


How Aschoff studied the biological clocks
- Built an underground Blank 1 in the countryside
- 200 participants studied over a period of twenty years
- All participants living without knowing the time
- Studied participants both individually and in small groups

Findings of Aschoff et al
- Our biological Blank 2 not set to run on a 24 hour cycle
- Participants lost track of time
- Our biological rhythms – e.g., Blank 3 and body temperature - operate independently of one another

Extrapolation of Aschoff's experiments
From Aschoff studies, we now know that there are three clocks that help us formulate our understanding of time:
Body Clock: controlled by internal biological rhythm and is dependent on Blank 4
Solar Clock: depends on Earth's cycle of day and night
Social Clock: dictated by alarms and our work commitments

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I have written clocks only

Priyanka Singh
Shared from Reading Yes/No/Not Given - 1 on Jan 23, 2023 1:14 AM
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HOW COULD ONLY THE LANGUAGE IS THE MEDIUM TO LEARN ABOUT ANOTHER CULTURE, THE WRITER SAYS ITS AS THE MORE PROMISING ONE BUT NOT THE ONLY ONE