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I had to write an essay for a mid-term..can someone help correct my rough draft?..?4Rosalie2018-08-27 20:48:51
B.F.Skinner(Burrhus Frederic Skinner)was born March 20, 1904, in the small Pennsylvania town of Susquehanna. His father was a lawyer, and his mother a strong and intelligent housewife. His upbringing was old-fashioned and hard-working. Burrhus was an active, unconstrained boy who enjoyed the outdoors. His cultivation was of the old ways and hard working. The tragic point of his childhood life was the death of his brother at the age of 16 of a cerebral aneurysm. Burrhus attended Hamilton College in upstate New York. He didnt fit in very well, not enjoying the fraternity parties or the football games. To make things worse, Burrhus was an atheist at a school that required daily chapel attendance. He wanted to be a writer and got his BA in english. After some traveling, he decided to go back to school, this time at Harvard. He got his masters in psychology in 1930 and his doctorate in 1931, and stayed there to do research until 1936. Burrhus said "I had apparently failed as a writer, but was it not possible that literature had failed me as a method?" in his autobiography: Particulars of my life. In 1936, Burrhus moved to Minneapolis to teach at the University of Minnesota. There he met and soon married Yvonne Blue, they had two daughters. In 1945, he became the chairman of the psychology department at Indiana University. In 1948, he was invited to come to Harvard, where he remained for the rest of his life. He was a very active man, doing research and guiding hundreds of doctoral candidates as well as writing many books. While not successful as a writer of fiction and poetry, he became one of our best psychology writers, including the book Walden II, which is a fictional account of a community run by his behaviorist principles. He became one of the leaders of behaviorism and his work contributed immensely to experimental psychology. He also invented the 'Skinner box,' in which a rat learns to obtain food by pressing a lever. B.F. Skinner also invented the "baby tender." It is important to note that the baby tender is not the same as the "Skinner box," which was used in Skinner's experimental research. He created the enclosed heated crib with a plexiglass window in response to his wife's request for a safer alternative to traditional cribs. B.F. Skinner is famous for his research on operant conditioning and negative reinforcement. He developed a device called the "cumulative recorder," which showed rates of responding as a sloped line. Using this device, he found that behavior did not depend on the preceding stimulus as Watson and Pavlov maintained. Instead, Skinner found that behaviors were dependent upon what happens after the response. Skinner called this operant behavior. Skinner's observation of the effectiveness of incremental training of animals led him to formulate the principles of programmed instruction for human students. For over two decades skinner worked on his book Verbal Behavior. In a fundamental sense, it was an intensive analysis of 'man thinking' and social behaviour. It extended his behaviourist position to the most difficult domains of human activity and aroused considerable controversy. The book is almost entirely theoretical, involving little experimental research in the work itself. Skinner received numerous awards in his life time. He received the National Medal of Science from President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1968. The National Medal of Science is an honor bestowed by the President of the science and engineering who have made important contributions to the advancement of knowledge in the fields of behavioral and social sciences, biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics and physics. Three years later, he received the Gold Medal of the American Psychological Foundation, in which was given to recognize life achievement in and enduring contributions to psychology. In 1972 he was given the Humanist of the Year Award of the American Humanist Association. This award was established to recognize a person of national or international reputation who, through the application of humanist values, has made a significant contribution to the improvement of the human condition. Just eight days before his death, he received the first Citation for Outstanding Lifetime Contribution to Psychology by the American Psychological Association in 1990. B.F.Skinner was was a highly influential American psychologist,author, inventor, advocate for social reform. Skinner gave a new aspect to behavorism that has outstanding contribution to psycholgy and humanity as a whole. B.F.Skinner has and will always be one of the most brilliant American psychologist and an influential exponent of behaviourism.[View Answers]
I can't have a part time job while I'm at college. How can I make money?0Nico2012-11-05 05:32:13
I'm a full time student at university (I take the maximum 18 credits every semester) and I am graduating in a year and a half. My parents and I both agree that I should not have a job during the school year because I need to maintain a 3.8 GPA to go on to grad school in the psychology field. At my school, the only students who can work on campus are those students in the work study federal loan program, which I am not in, so a 10 hr/week on-campus job is not possible unfortunately. The thing is, I have to pay for everything... text books, rent, cable, and electric at my apartment, and food so making some kind of money would be really ideal. How do I do it without a job though? What can I do? I thought about tutoring, but again, that's an on-campus job for work study students :\[View Answers]
Chances of getting into top colleges?0Keri Ann2012-11-05 05:23:59
My dream school is Duke, so that's my #1. I'm planning on applying to Georgetown, Northwestern and UPenn too. University of Maryland is my backup school, I'm pretty confident I'll get in.. but what are my chances of getting a FULL ride? A lot of the seniors from my high school are hearing back, and I know 4 people who've already been offered full rides from Maryland. I go to a science math, computer science/ engineering magnet high school. We ranked #60 on Newsweek's top 100. I don't know my class rank, but it won't be very high. I think there's 330 in my graduating class. 50 other kids are in my program (we all applied in 8th grade, being selected out of 600 students that applied from across the county) and theres 2 other magnet programs, but they're not as rigorous. THere's like 200 magnet kids out of my class of 330. If I were to guess, my class rank would be at 60/330. Which sucks, but more than half of the 330 is magnet. I'm currently a sophomore. I know my stats are pretty low for top colleges/ivy league, but my schools' really stressful. I have to get up at 5:30 in the morning, the bus ride is 40 minutes, I take 8 classes a day, a mandatory study hall, don't get home until 5 PM... I usually get 5 or 6 hours of sleep. It's kind of overwhelming, so that's why I'm not making the best grades. Unweighted GPA = 3.77 Weighted GPA = 4.48 PSAT scores from the beginning of 10th grade = 202 I'll be taking a SAT prep course this summer. I plan to take the Math 2 SAT subject test this june, the bio sat subject test and the spanish subject test next year. 9th grade classes: Hon U.S. history Hon english Spanish 2 Phys ed Magnet precalculus AB (we have a weird math system because of the magnet program) Fundamentals of Computer Science Research and experimentation Magnet Physics (full course taken in 1 semester) Magnet Chemistry (full course taken in 1 semester) 10th grade classes: Magnet biology Magnet earth &space science Algorithms &Data Structures (java) Principles of Engineering Hon Spanish 3 Hon english Magnet precalc c/ functions b (precal abc, 3 semesters, is basically alg2+precalc. functions b is random units from calculars and multivar calculus that my math teacher decides to teach us) AP Government My plan for 11th grade: AP language and composition AP World history AP BC Calc Cell Physiology (1 sem) Biochemistry (1 sem + take the AP bio exam) Research and Design/ Senior Research Project A (we're all supposed to do an intership the summer between junior and senior year at a science institution. most people do them at the university. I'm hoping to do it at NIH or NIST, if they'll accept me. every year at least 1 kid from our program does it at NIH, at least 2 do it at NIST) Hon Spanish 4 AP Statistics Marine Biology (1 sem) Analytical chemistry (1 sem) My plan for 12th grade: AP literature AP Multivariable Calc Genetics Anatomy &Physiology Senior Research Project B (1 sem) Band/music composition&theory/ chorus (I haven't decided which i'll take) AP Spanish Language AP Psychology I have an empty spot for 1 semester. I don't know if I'll take an 8th class in 2nd semester. I think I want to just have 7 classes 2nd semester of senior year. Volunteer hours: 220 I volunteer at saturday school for elementary kids. Extracurriculars: 9th grade: webmaster's club 10th grade: interact club (fundraising), it's academic, MD envirothon I'll do more in 11th and 12th grade. I know I need to. I plan to do a summer program sponsored by howard hughes medical institution @ the university of maryland. I'm applying right now, and hopefully will get accepted. I already mentioned, I'll be doing an biomedical research internship between junior and senior year. I'll be taking the Math level 2 SAT subject test this june. I heard it's pretty easy (compared to my math class) so I'm anticipating 750+, hopefully 800. I'll take the biology SAT subject test next year. I'll take the spanish SAT subject test either next year or senior year. I really want to apply to Duke, Georgetown, Johns Hopkins, UPenn, Northwestern, Brown... UMD if I don't get into any of these schools. Am I shooting too high/unrealistically?[View Answers]
Should I bother completing my minors as well?0Shaniquwa2012-11-05 05:02:15
So, I'm currently triple majoring in Psychology, Sociology and Social Sciences. And I'm on track to complete a certificate in Leadership studies in Psychology, as well as a double minor in Cultural Anthropology and Women/Gender Studies. I decided I really wanted to take a class that conflicted with the final class I was going to take for my Cultural Anthropology minor. And I haven't officially worked my Women/Gender studies minor into my plan I want to into a Masters of Public Health program and become a Health Educator on a college campus.And in a way all of these are somewhat interrelated, but I was wondering if I should continue? Is it going to help me at this point even though I'm triple majoring and involved in on-campus activities?[View Answers]
What college?!?0Mick c2012-11-05 04:07:11
im 16 &beginning my college search. i used to always want to go to princeton, but now that im really looking into it, princeton doesnt seem to offer the majors im passionate about. im top of a class of about 150, will have taken approximately 12 ap classes by the time i graduate, have 400+ hours of community service, &do a lot of extracurricular activities. right now, i really want to write &direct films for my job. i used to think about being a lawyer or a doctor, but if i choose either of those careers, i may be successful, but never fulfilled or satisfied. i want to go to a great college because i know i have a good chance of getting in, but i want to go to college for filmmaking and screenplay writing. maybe even double in psychology- not because i want to be a psychologist but because the human mind interests me &can help me create influential movies. lol sorry for rambling, but basically what are top colleges that have great film programs(yale,stanford,columbia,etc??)[View Answers]
What is a college with a good master's program in Child Life?0tony2012-11-05 03:43:35
I want to become a Child Life Specialist, and right now I'm in an undergrad Child/Adolescent Psychology program... I'm just looking for a good college where I can get my Master's in Child Life. I live in Virginia so something close to home would be preferred.. but I'm looking for anything :) thanks![View Answers]
Are there any colleges or universities in Wisconsin that offer Forensic Psychology?0IcE BoX ;) 2012-11-05 03:12:34
Or any psychology programs that you would recommend in Wisconsin?[View Answers]
What subjects would be best for me to study Ecology?0desjanna2012-11-05 03:02:56
In my college they have the highers programme where you can study 3 subjects and get your highers grade. These subjects are: Biotechnology Chemistry Drama English Employability options French History Human Biology Managing Environmental Resources Maths Media Studies Modern Studies Physics Psychology Sociology Spanish I was just wondering what would be the 3 best ones to study if I wanted to go onto Ecology in University? Thanks![View Answers]
Will forgetting my past help me to love and understand myself?0ass, donkey2012-11-05 02:26:49
I know this sounds difficult, but bear with me... A half a year ago, I was contemplating suicide, hated my life, and hated everything around me. I did not know where the hate stemmed from but I just thought it had something to do with how I was raised, how God treated me, or just plainly, that I wasn't wanted on this Earth. I grew to some pretty weird conclusion about why I hated myself, but no one could convince me otherwise, and I just didn't understand why I felt like there was no hope. Then, one day, I developed a technique. I could control how I felt about myself and the way I looked at life (which wasn't so horrible). I could talk to myself, convince myself that everything was OK, and focus on more rewarding goals like a career, friends, and love. I discovered that I wanted to be a filmmaker so I applied to a college in southern California called the Art Institute of California. There, day after day (for a whole month), I contacted my PR there (lol), Jose, who was constantly encouraging me to sell my house and get out there to start learning. (Yes I own a house at 21.) I said, "Sure!" I was so excited and thrilled that I started selling my possessions to pay for my expense out there (not realizing that where I was going to be living [Santa Monica] was one of the most expensive places) and started to plan on my retirement from IRS. I told all my friends, my family, even strangers, that I had finally discovered what it WAS that would make me happy, and that I could fulfill my goal by going to the extremes to meet them. I wanted to LIVE LIFE, which is what I've always been told (Through hardships, trial, and excitement!) I love movies, don't get me wrong, so I thought that's what I wanted to do. Study film. Well, one day, out of nowhere (After this entire wall of hope and optimism had been built around my positive thinking [I even spoke for a change, imagine that!]) I suddenly lost it. I had forgotten who I was, and where I was going. My interest in film dwindled, and I told Jose one day, who regarded me with such favor due to my enthusiasm everyday over the phone, that I no longer wanted to participate in his college (even after paying it!). He sounded bewildered, but I thought nothing of it. I said, "Whatever." And hung up. I could not believe what I was doing. I felt something so great and all of a sudden it was gone, trashed. I destroyed my own hopes and dreams. I had no idea what set off my emotional spark but soon after (to not put it so harshly) I started "feeling emotions". Not the good or bad kind, just sort of a relaxed, "I don't need to be here or there!" kind of feeling. It was soothing, relaxing, and calm. I felt serene. Before, I was a douche who made fun of people with my friends and had a great time partying with random strangers and going placed I'd never been and doing things I'd never done. I thought I WAS Living Life, my friend. Then, I stopped. I started feeling. I started doing what I had originally been programmed to do. I started hating life after awhile. Things became complicated when I fell into another relationship and I found myself going nowhere. I could not believe myself. How could I give up a career, a choice I obiviously loved, and something that took me 20 years to come up with, just dissappear overnight? It was just like that. Whim. Bam! Gone! I was clueless. I started seeking help for my condition. I thought, "There must be something 'wrong' with me. I convinced all my friends and family that this is what I wanted and they all believed and encouraged me." I was lost, I thought. I couldn't be the whole victim here, something had to have gone wrong. How did I lose my wall of optimism? So, I started looking around for therapists. I went to one the IRS offered. That didn't work... I started dating a guy (yes I am homosexual) who had his Bachelors in Psychology. I thought, why not give it a try? Might as well get sex and help at the same time. Well, it didn't work. I still fell into my vicious cycle. Why wasn't anything working for me? So... Then I turned to God, something I've never done. I started praying and asking him (after countless research topics on the subject) and found (that like most people) were ignored and dissapointed. I found myself lost. God wasn't there. The voice in the back of my head, was just my head talking, of course. I asked for any sign, anything. Just shine me the path I'm supposed to take so I can get out of this rut and start living my life. It didn't come. So, I started back at square one. My father. I began talking to him again, to see what piece of advise he could offer me. ****, I had gone through the books of what could be wrong with me, but I decided it was time to look for a solution. Why not cancel out the problem, with a solution. So, I asked my father, "Dad? How are you happy and I'm not?" He could not understand my logic. He told me, "Son, you are the master of your Universe. If there's som[View Answers]
I don't know what to do with my life?0Lunn2012-11-05 01:41:27
I seriously don't know what to do with my life. I have been in college for three years and I start state this fall and don't know what to major in. I looked into nursing, too squeamish to do that, business seems SOO boring, I hate math and science with an ultimate passion so medicine is a no. I have always loved psychology and want to work with individuals who have eating disorders because I have had an eating disorder and want to help people with it. It's so much schooling though to become a clinical psychologist and my parents make too much for financial aid and I would need tons of science classes. I really want a job that has a starting pay of around 50,000-60,000. I've been looking into dental hygiene but its a lot of science classes and I wouldn't have a bachelors because its through a program. What should I do? I've been researching career options forever. Counselors weren't much help either.[View Answers]
How man of these colleges will I get into??? Help!?0Danisha2012-11-05 01:07:18
So, now that all of my applications are in, I was wondering what people think my chances are at the schools I applied to. The schools I applied to are: 1.Amherst College 2.SUNY Binghamton 3.Boston University 4.Bucknell 5.Carnegie Mellon 6.Cornell 7.Duke 8.SUNY Geneseo 9.Johns Hopkins 10.Northeastern 11.RPI 12.SUNY Stony Brook 13.Tufts 14.WPI 15.Yale Yes I know, long list... Amherst and Yale were basically to please my insane dad who thinks I can get in anywhere, they're, as far as I'm concerned, huge huge reaches. My Stats: 92 GPA unweighted Rank in Class: 25 SAT scores: 2130 (750 critical reading, 690 on both math and writing) ACT: 33 composite (33 math and english, 35 reading, 30 science) Accelerated Classes: Honors- English 9H, English 10H, English 11H, Biology 9H, Chemistry 10H, Global History 9H AP- European History, U.S. History, Calculus BC, English Literature IB- Mathematics SL, Physics SL, Psychology SL, History of the Americas HL, Biology HL Extracurriculars: Soccer 9th and 10th grade, Newspaper Club Editor, part of the school peer mediator program (basically, the students in my grade picked a few people who they felt would best help solve conflicts, and I was one of them... we do annual clinics and occasionally have like counseling type things), uhh... thats about it in terms of clubs/sports Community Service: mostly through my church and some through my town's chamber of commerce, about 80 hours in total Work Experience: I've worked since freshman year, averaging 20-30 hrs a week depending on if it was summer of during school. I worked in a restaurant until summer of 2008, when it closed, then worked on a farm until it closed for the winter, usually 15-20 hrs a week. Recommendations: Of course I'm not really sure how they turned out, but from what I can surmise they were really good recommendations, from my math teacher (I had IB math with him last yr and now Calc) and an english teacher i had in 9th and 11th grade. My counselor doesnt seem to know anybody, but I take the most rigorous courses I can short of the IB diploma and she seems to like me, so I think I got a good recommendation from her as well. Application Essay: I put so many hours into this damn thing, and I think its pretty amazing, to be honest. So yeah, there's me in a nutshell. What are my chances at these schools? I've been applying primarily to engineering schools at each university. As of now, my #1 is Tufts. Thanks so much in advance!![View Answers]
I'm 15 and interested in psychology! (10th grade)?0Blak2012-11-05 00:08:13
i want a career in psychology. although i think i am a bit young to decided what specific area or field to go into in psychology..... i want to know if their are any programs, or anything around Washington, D.C. for 10th graders in psychology......... (i live two hours a way from their... in around salisbury, maryland... i can go to ocean city or fruit land... probably not farther than Washington, D.C.) not anything too hardcore, but i would like all suggestions i'm in high school (i'm in biology honors {can't take a.p. bio. till 11h grade}, and am taking philosophy next year, along with possibly a.p. government) P.S. i think i'm too young to do anything in psychology until i apply for college and i want to do something else (i volunteer at my local hospital/ i live in a "small" town) (i would prefer a winter internship!!!!!!!!!!) (i'm indian, don't celebrate christmas...)[View Answers]
I'm so stressed out about my college major. I need advice?0Jilleon2012-11-04 23:25:13
I'm currently a Psychology major and a Women's Studies minor. Everyday I change what I want to do. I spend hours just looking at different graduate programs and taking career tests to see what I should do with my life. I love Psychology a lot and the classes are really interesting. I know I'm going to have to go to Graduate school and that's not a problem for me. I just don't know if I could deal with being a Psychologist or a therapist. I've looked into being a biology, anthropology and sociology major. I like to write, I like animals and I like learning about people. I just don't know how to fit all of that into a career. Should I change my major, or will the career come to me? Please give me advice![View Answers]
I'm a young college student..tell me, is this a "Good idea" or "Bad idea"?0stacie2012-11-04 22:35:47
I'm a young college student..tell me, is this a "Good idea" or "Bad idea"? I have one more year left as an undergraduate. I plan to go to graduate school in psychology to get my masters. At this university, I could actually become a professor while I get my Ph.D so I may or may not do that. I receive money for going to school so I save that up and by the next 4 years that should be about..."ALOT". Leave and find a job in the city my parents use to work in and become a professor at one of the biggest universities in our state (in that city) and also work in the hospital that is right across from the university as a psychologist while commuting from the paid off home my parents will be renovating this year with no costs other than water, gas for commuting, etc. With no rent payment, I'll continue to save up my money until I have enough to purchase my own home in flat out cash rather than signing a 30 year mortgage contract. By the end of the Ph.D program I should have an estimate of $91,000 (if I spent none of the money and saved that while working (money I'd live off of). then add that to however much I would get annually as a starter off professor and psychologist. I could save until I have the money I'd like to pay for a nice home and then some. What do you all think? This isn't legit. I'm a saver though and just thought this up...[View Answers]
Graduate School (Psychology)?0Breya2012-11-04 21:44:02
I decided a month ago that I want to go on for my Masters in Psychology (the type doesn't matter.) I have dealt with a lot of personal depression issues my entire time during college because I never knew exactly what I wanted to study or do with my life. Last semester, I decided to minor in psychology just to find out why I was always so unhappy. After working with a therapist and talking with my parents, I decided that I wanted to spend the rest of my life working on mental problems and issues with others. I am in my 9th semester of undergraduate study. I have a 2.0 gpa with a 2.25 average gpa in psych courses. I could've done better and should have. I could blame it on the fact that I was miserable for years and finally know what I want. But too late to make excuses. Does anyone know if there is a chance of me getting into a respectable graduate program without having to go a 6th year to major in psych and possibly be able to take graduate level courses? I know all the usual requirements that you need like GPA and GRE scores and experience, but has anyone been in the same type of situation (or know someone) who through hard work and effort, possibly made it into a graduate program like I want to? I am retaking a few classes to get my average psych gpa and overall gpa up next semester and want to apply for next fall grad school... thanks[View Answers]
Friend's chances of acceptance and scholarship at these schools?0CD2012-11-04 21:29:49
She's an incoming senior. She wants to get a scholarship to Virginia Tech, Purdue, or Embry Riddle for aerospace engineering. What are her chances? GPA: 3.85 SAT: 2080 Frosh: Honors Geometry, Honors Biology Soph: Honors Algebra II, Honors Chemistry Junior: Honors Pre-Calc, AP Physics B, AP Psychology Senior: AP Calculus, AP Chemistry (all others were colleges prep) ECs: School TV News Cast: 4 years Science Olympiad: 4 years Teen Outreach Program: 3 years Violin: 6 years She has good recommendations and a good essay. She plans to take two SAT II tests.[View Answers]
What is a better college to go to.Troy university or auburn university?0dory2012-11-04 20:37:44
i cant figure out what college is better to go to.I want to double major in biology and psychology and then go to medical school.what college is less partying and has good programs.i would also like a college that has a lot of stuff to do.thanks[View Answers]
I need some help picking a college?0PatriciaQuinn2012-11-04 19:39:20
I want to eventually become an Occupational Therapist but before I can apply to a program I need a Bachelors Degree, so I was going to major in Human Development and minor in Psychology and I would like to attend college in an area near the beach. An area that is Suburban, but is close to the city and beach. Just a nice driving distance. I would like the college to not be to big, but not to small. If that makes sense...thanks for your help! Collegefinder and collegesearch have not been helping me much..[View Answers]
Will I get into Physical Therapy School?0Gail2012-11-04 19:20:43
I have 3.5 GPA and above average GRE test schools, around 140 clinical hours and by next year I will have my bachelors from UNCW in Exercise Science. However I have a C in my Chem 101 course and a C in my developmental psychology course, both of which are likely to be reviewed. ( I took both my freshman year of college) Am I likely to get into the Physical Therapy Programs at ECU or UNC Chapel Hill? I tend to over worry about these things.[View Answers]
How do you cope with being open-minded and living in the ghetto?0Robret2012-11-04 19:18:24
I was born in Latin America, and I moved to the states like 5 years ago. I'm getting my citizenship soon. My family back in Latin America is lower class. My mother went to college and she used to work as a secretary for a private institution. Even though I was poor I grew up with what some people call "middle-class values". Like you don't spend money that you don't have, independence was always very important, having manners, understanding that wearing expensive sneakers won't fool anyone about my economical background, etc. I'm not saying only middle-class people behave this way, I'm just saying that's usually the label people use. I also grew up listening to Rock, blues and other types of music, saved money and bought my own electric guitar, learned about philosophy while going to school, etc. What I mean to say is that I grew up with an open mind about things. But then we were lucky enough that we moved to the United States, and I was really happy about it. The only problem is what happens to a lot of Latin Americans that moved here from their countries. You end up living in the ghetto. Don't get me wrong, I was living in a poor neighborhood back there, but I had friends in those neighborhoods who were educated, people that were more like me. It's been so hard after I moved here. So many people in the ghetto behave like animals, everybody seems to idolize rappers, and so many people waste their money on stupid shoes and clothing that are so expensive it just doesn't make sense. I had a girlfriend once, but that didn't go too well. She was a nice person, but she would spend all this money on sneakers, plus the fact that a lot of people act in a very rude way, which apparently they don't perceive a being rude. I read a lot about sociology, and psychology, so I understand a lot about American culture. I don't feel like I'm better than the people that were born where I live now, I understand they're just people who have a hard life. And I have no problem with "interracial" relationships, I actually feel sorry for them and wish there was something I could do to stop them from being so ignorant about so many things. But the fact that I feel that way doesn't help me when it comes to make friends or find a girlfriend. I mean, I've been called "******" more than once because I don't wear baggy pants like they do. American culture is so black and white. When I go to free dating websites I usually get matched with white girls, which would be fine by me, but it's such a big deal here. Plus women usually date up, so once you tell them you live in the ghetto that's the end of it. I met Asian girls that I like too, but for some reason they usually go only for the white or the Asian guy only. A have seen a few black and latino girls that I actually liked but then there's always one or two kids and some crazy baby daddy that just got out of prison of something like that. I like America, but I hate the ghetto. I went on vacation last summer, back to my country, and I hooked up with a couple European girls, and my friend moved to Germany thru a program and he has an European girlfriend. Some times I wonder how come some Americans still see themselves as having a freer society than so many countries in Europe. I don't see how I can be offending anybody. My question was deleted before. I'm just asking if there's anybody that's been in a similar situation and how they've managed to turn it into a learning experience. If possible at all.[View Answers]

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