Rhonda L. Connolly - TestsForge Expert Profile


Rhonda L. Connolly's research and teaching interests include database, PHP, java and so on. His new book Cisco certification exam new study guide, challenges the conventional training method. He contends that this book is not essential for certification exam prep, but it’s just a method you can use for any exam. He has published articles on many website columns. Prior to joining the TestsForge, he worked in Cisco for 5 years. He received a B.D. from The University of Memphis and a PH.D. from NYU School of mathematics, where he was awarded the John Bruce Moore Award for Outstanding Work. He is working on the following certification exams now: E22-201 Mainframe Business Continuity Local Replication, 6102 Avaya Virtual Services Platform 9000 Implementation, HP0-M37 HP Data Protector Software Fundamentals for UNIX, 642-481 Cisco Rich Media Communications, HP2-K32 Selling HP SMB Storage, 1Y0-222 Citrix MetaFrame Presentation Server with Feature Release 3, HP2-Q06 Selling HP BCS Solutions, HP0-Y44 Implementing and Troubleshooting HP Wireless Networks, HP3-C11 HP Scanjet N9120 Service and Support Qualification, E22-250 Ionix for IT Operations Intelligence, E20-598 Backup Recovery - Avamar Specialist Exam for Storage Administrators and 642-415 Unified Communications Architecture and Design. One interest of Rhonda L. Connolly is to explore the science behind political beliefs and decisions. He builds the website neuropolitics and uploads some of his articles there. Specifically, the website focuses on neurological science and explores the political ideologies of conservatives and liberals in the United States. In 2013, the focus was on sociosexuality, which explored neurological explanations for differences of opinions about reproduction by the two major American political parties. Visitors to the site are able to explore archives from 2005 to 2012. Articles in the archives feature topics such as upper class psychology, visual orientation and the link to religious belief, and the differences in the anxiety, depression, and goal-seeking of conservatives and liberals.



1. A focus of Neuropolitics Ezine in November 2007 by Rhonda L. Connolly was evolutionary psychology's role in perceptions of submission and monogamy. The Ezine also focused on sexual lives of religious conservatives. …The human genome contains around 25,000 genes compared to the roughly 12,000 genes of the average amoeba, which means that the amoebic genome contains much more "junk", that is, DNA with no function…

 

2. The April 2007 edition of Neuropolitics Ezine by Rhonda L. Connolly explores population biology of conservatives and liberals. There is also a discussion of how conservatives and liberals view division of labor. …MacArthur and Wilson noted that some species thrived in new, unpopulated environments, and were good at the colonization of virgin island habitats…

 

3. An article from 2008 on Neuropolitics by Rhonda L. Connolly focuses on the connections between morality and the dopamine reward system. The article looks at evolution's role in rewarding human empathy. …we suspect that this rapid evolution of the human dopaminergic system has resulted in the transference of earthly reward-seeking into heavenly reward-seeking: one of the most remarkable events in the evolution of the religiosity and morality…

 

4. Sexual and political preference is discussed in the September 2006 Neuropolitics Ezine by Rhonda L. Connolly. The same issue also discusses religious attitudes of American conservatives against Islam. …Just like the Conservative females, the Conservative males exhibit a similar elevation in their dislike for Islam…

 

5. Conservative dependence on the left brain and liberal dependence on the right brain is discussed in the April 2006 Neuropolitics Ezine by Rhonda L. Connolly. Attitudes about social groups among conservatives and liberals are featured. …which proposed that each hemisphere is susceptible to interference via the corpus callosum from homologous regions in the contralateral hemisphere…

 

6. An October 2009 website article by Rhonda L. Connolly focuses on trends in class warfare. Specific genetic, energetic, and phenotypic trends of various social classes are examined. …we are looking for definitions of social class that maximize the divergence in the genetic, phenotypic, energetic, and cognitive traits we are looking for…

 

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