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There is no connection between their nervous systems. Even the blood vessels of mother and child do not join directly. They lie side by side and the chemicals are interchanged through the walls by a process that we call osmosis. An emotional shock to the mother will affect her child, because it changes the activity of her glands and so the chemistry of her blood. Any chemical change in the mother's blood will affect the child. But we can not see how a liking for mathematics or
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poetic genius can be dissolved in the blood and produce a similar liking or genius in the child. (William H. Roberts, Psychology) The following example illustrates the same fault and the way to correct it. Television programs can be classified into three main categories: Entertainers, cultural Enhancers, and Eye Openers. The Entertainers are created simply for Entertainment-nothing more. They make us laugh or cry, for a moment. Sitcoms are prime examples as we laugh at or with the characters as they struggle through life, and might even identify with the characters. For momentary pleasures, watch the Entertainers. Cultural Enhancers involve some kind of “culture “or highbrow activity, such as opera, theater, dance, or song. Also included here are the movies made from the classics or literary fiction, such as Moby Dick or any of Shakespeare’s plays. These programs are often concerned with universal themes or issues: love, evil, power. They can be found on “arts” cable stations such as A&E and Bravo, as well as the public Broadcasting system. For a taste of culture, watch Cultural Enhancers. As you observe in the above paragraph, the writer's intention was to classify the kinds of television programs grouping in to three. But he has mentioned only two of them. Since he didn't say anything about the third one, the paragraph is incomplete. To provide a fuller explanation, the following sentence gives the remaining information. A third category, Eye Opener programs, includes topics about science and nature, history, true crime, and other information. They are often found on cable channels: the Discovery Channel, the Learning Channel, and the History Channel. The Public Broadcasting System, on the network side, also provides these programs. A viewer might learn about tornadoes, or the legend of Robin Hood, or the African crested crane. Often this information, such as programs about strong storm systems, is interesting because it is relevant to viewers’ lives. Television has much to offer viewers, and it is our choice what we watch. NOTE:
A good paragraph is fully developed. Here are the main qualities of a well-developed paragraph. 1It provides enough supporting points for the main idea expressed in the topic sentence to be clearly understood. 2It provides enough specific details and examples to be interesting and informative.

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