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Compare and contrast two examples of surveillance culture in the digital age, drawing on Foucault's notion of disciplinary societies and Deleuze's 'societies of control
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...auditory or visual hallucinations, is an either/or. As is, the capacity for pharmacologicals to “control” the symptoms. Likewise, the institutional control on schizophrenia is also a binary relationship or numeric one. One is either in the institution, or they are not. Finally, paranoia is often associated with the hearing of voices, receiving particular messages to the very extent that the client or victim is unable to “control” them. They have sign over that control to an institution or a medication. Paranoia... Paranoia is often an associated symptom of schizophrenia, and is even more particular to skizo affective disorders, manic phases or bipolarity, and of course, the less used paranoid...
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Compare and contrast two examples of surveillance culture in the digital age, drawing on Foucault's notion of disciplinary socie
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...auditory or visual hallucinations, is an either/or. As is, the capacity for pharmacological's to “control” the symptoms. Likewise, the institutional control on schizophrenia is also a binary relationship or numeric one. One is either in the institution, or they are not. Finally, paranoia is often associated with the hearing of voices, receiving particular messages to the very extent that the client or victim is unable to “control” them. They have sign over that control to an institution or a medication. Paranoia is very much an 'either or' as well. The idea that someone is listening... ? Paranoia is often an associated symptom of schizophrenia, and is even more particular to skizo affective disorders,...
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Biopsychology
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...hallucinations, both auditory and visually, as well as conditions such as vascularization in the eye, decreased blood pressure, hunger, etc. Drug use... ?Sleep Sleep is one of the most important functions that goes on in the human body, even though we are still uncertain as to exactly what happens when we sleep. Sleep is often characterized as a paradoxical state in that the exterior is essentially “paralyzed” and inactive, where as underneath the surface, the body is very active. There are multiple theories regarding as to why sleep is necessary. During sleep, the brain sorts out and processes all the information that was observed for the day. This is one of the main points behind dreams is the mind is...
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Substance Abuse Related Disorders
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...hallucinations in heavy doses along with mood swings, feeling of fear and panic. Long term usage of marijuana results in lung abnormalities due to its carcinogenic constituents (Kring et al 2010). Designer drugs... ? Substance Abuse Related Disorders Substance Abuse Related Disorders Substance abuse related disorders refer to those disorders thatare caused by the abuse of drugs like cocaine, opiates, alcohol, heroin and other drugs which are excessively used by people. These drugs affect the behavior, emotions and normal thought process of people. The initial effects of these drugs used by people are soothing and calming, which are the main attraction for the abusers, however, consequently they lead to...
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Autism - History, Nature and Treatment
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...hallucinations. Distinctly, they showed emotional and social unresponsiveness such as having no preparatory signs for being picked up, insistence on sameness, and being content to play alone. Additionally, they are constantly upset with changes and lack eye contact and communication skills. The information provided by Kanner received wide acceptance. As Zimmerman (2008) claims, the work of Kanner still forms the basis of many later works... ?Running head: AUTISM Autism: History, Nature, and Treatment School Autism: History, Nature, and Treatment Seeing a child with unknown abnormalities must be very difficult for a parent. When their child is sick, parents will do their best to find the right remedy, the ...
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Film Analysis 2 The Released
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...auditory, visual and olfactory hallucinations and delusions which impair their judgment and cognitions causing them to hurt other people and engaging in felonious activities. The biggest factor in mental illnesses is that the individual loses control of his behavior and as a result, this leads to catastrophic repercussions for the individual. Essentially, people with impaired mental capability can plead not guilty by reason of insanity... Running Head: Film Analysis of the Released Film analysis of the released s Film analysis of “The Released” Many theorists have proposed various explanations regarding criminal behavior in individuals; Marxists deemed crime as a social evil associated with capitalism,...
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Sleep research
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...Hallucinations occur respectively during the phase of sleep and during the recovery phase. It is actually quite sound... Sleep Introduction Sleep is a naturally recurring of loss of consciousness from the outside world accompanied by a progressive decrease in muscle tone. It occurs at regular intervals and plays a vital role in the health of a person. The sleep-wake cycle is one of the fundamental cycles in animals: the circadian rhythm. In humans, sleep occupies nearly a third of life. Sleep is distinguished from the unconscious (or coma) in the preservation of reflexes and the ability of the sleeping person to open their eyes and respond to voice and touch. There is an organization of sleep and its...
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BIOLOGY ASPECTS OF HEALTH AND DISEASE
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...auditory reflexes. Andersen and J. M. (2002, p.10-15) It is also responsible for communication between the cerebellum and other vital parts of the brain and also the selection of stimuli which are sent to the brain. The hypothalamus serves as a link between the endocrine system, autonomic and central nervous system. The role of the hypothalamus in controlling feeding behavior while linking all the three systems The hypothalamus plays a key role in the homeostasis... ? Biology aspects of health and diseases By Aspects of health and diseases A table of different nervous systems in the body Functions of the system Importance of the system Interaction of the systems Central nervous system This system...
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Analyzing Psychological Disorders
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...Hallucinations can occur in any form such as auditory, visual, olfactory, tactile or gustatory and they have relevance for the patient at some affective, conceptual, or behavioral level (Carson, Butcher, Mineka, & Hooley, 2007, p. 493). Disorganized speech comes mostly as a result of disorganized thoughts that the patient is having... Analyzing Psychological Disorders of paper, semester, (Teacher’s December 4, Introduction Analyzing psychological disorders has been mostly difficult for medical science and the field of psychology because there is no single theoretical reference by which all the disorders can be understood. Biological perspective would analyze the presence of a disorder in terms of its...
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Developing Autonomous Practice in Mental Health Nursing
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...hallucinations, generally... of the auditory type. Two months before Patrick was diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia, his girlfriend was killed by a gang committing acts of violence in the neighbourhood. Patrick`s relatives and friends were concerned about his constant complaints of abdominal pain and headache. He experienced severe appetite loss and as a result he lost a lot of weight in two and a half months - about 12 kg. Patrick stopped taking his showers and did not pay attention to personal hygiene. As a result, his body acquired an unbearable odour. Patrick also developed an ungrounded fear that he was about to be run over by a car, so he constantly stayed at home...
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Book review
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...auditory delusions. Schizophrenia also brings about dull or flat impacts... ? Book Review Introduction Is There No Place on Earth for Me is a book written about a woman who experienced schizophrenia, a mental illness. The author is Susan Sheehan, a reporter who studied a mentally ill patient named Sylvia Frumkin. She was diagnosed with schizophrenia. She was also hospitalized several times at different locations around the city of New York. The reporter monitored Sylvia Frumkin for almost a year by speaking with her, attending upon her, monitoring her situation, consulting with her physicians and even observing her throughout her sleep in a mental hospital. The book represents a remarkable piece of...
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Alzeihmers Disease
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...hallucinations, short-term memory loss and later on, long term-memory loss, and difficulty in the identification of visual... Running Head: Alzheimer's Disease Dementia of the Alzheimer's Type: The Disease of the Century Frequently referred to as the "disease of the century," Alzheimer's disease is one of the most common causes of dementia (Edwards, Handy, Lancaster & Turnbull, 1998). It is a type of dementia syndrome that is described as a regression in memory and thinking that results to a considerable impairment in personal, social, and occupatonal function (Draper, 2004). Memory loss is one of its earliest manifestations; however, other cognitive functions that are affected include orientation,...
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Virtual Reality
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...auditory input, voice activation, data gloves, haptic tools... BACKGROUND: Virtual Reality (VR) is a technology that generates computer-simulated environment which allows the user to immerse itself into it to feel the virtual environment. GOAL: The aim of this research paper is to outline the health and safety issues regarding the immersion to VR technology and to promote awareness to VR users in choosing the VR system that is applicable to their needs. METHOD: Articles and studies containing the words "virtual reality" were searched and their references were additionally reviewed. RESULTS: Upon immersion, Virtual Reality has both the advantages concerning therapeutic approach and disadvantages...
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Analysis of Michel Foucault's theories of Power, Knowledge and Technologies of the self
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...hallucinations related to auditory sensory or hearing. Due to the fact that Donnie is suffering from the symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia, he often encounters emotional and psychological disturbances due to the presence of auditory hallucination. For this reason, his outlook in life was totally different from what other teenagers are going through in life. Not only did he get much trouble inside the school compound but also... Introduction Michel Foucault is a French historian and philosopher who became well-known for criticizing the studies of social s related to psychiatry, medicine, the prison system, human sexuality, and human sciences. Over the years, Foucault has introduced to us the four major...
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Role of the a3b4 nicotinic receptor in drug addiction and in the antiaddictive action of novel ibogaine analogs
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...hallucinations, bradycardia, as well as cerebellar lesions (Xu et al., 2000; Vocci and London, 1997; Glick et al., 1999; 2000b), heavily precluding the clinical use of this drug as a safe anti-addiction treatment (see Vastag, 2005). It has been hypothesized that the side effects produced by ibogaine are due to its lack of target specificity, since it interacts with several neurotransmitter transporters (Popik et al., 1995; Vocci and London, 1997) and neurotransmitter receptors (Badio et al, 1997; Freyer and Lukas, 1999; Glick and Maisonneuve, 1998; Glick et al., 1999; Chen et al., 1996). In the search for safer anti-addictive drugs, several... Role of the 34 Nicotinic Receptor in Drug Addiction and in...
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Psychology Case Report - Assessment of Behaviour
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...hallucinations, pseudohallucinations, or illusions. She is aware and alert of what is happening. She is oriented to time, place and person. Concentration on her studies as described by the client is decreased but all throughout the interview, she seems to be attentive to the physician. Memory is good for immediate, recent, and remote recall. She was at first anxious on her meeting with the psychologist but as the interview proceeded, she felt... ?Psychological Assessment Report Client’s Particulars S. Jones Gender: Female D.O.B 27/3/1961 Assessment: Examiner’s Sandra Smith Date of Report: Reason for Referral: The client has been seeing with the school psychologist 3 ? weeks ago and she was referred to...
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Depression: A Continuing or Discontinuing Syndrome of Social Malfunction
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...hallucinations or visual or auditory delusions that may be mood congruent or non-mood congruent. Other... Depression: A Continuing or Discontinuing Syndrome of Social Malfunction Introduction Depression is a disease that baffles even the patient and described quite well by Alpert (2004) as "That which was unintelligible to them, in the 20th century, became intelligible as one of those psychological misfortunes that befalls people, as a symptom, by definition unintelligible but, because it fulfills that qualification of a symptom or a psychological disturbance of some kind, it becomes intelligible." Most patients express dislike and wish with all their might to be able to be kept away from it as if...
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Role play write
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...Hallucinations None reported  Auditory  Visual  Olfactory  Gustatory  Tactile Other None reported  Illusions  Depersonalization  Derealization Thought Process Logical  Concrete  Incoherent  Circumstantial  Tangential  Loose  Racing  Blocked  Flight of Ideas Mood  Euthymic  Euphoric  Anxious  Angry  Irritable Depressed Affect  Full Constricted  Flat  Inappropriate  Labile Behavior Cooperative  Resistant  Agitated  Impulsive  Over-Sedated  Assaultive... ? Role Play Write Intake Report *Confidential* Mrs. Stephanie Miller DOB: 08-15-1976 SSN: 123-45-6789 AGE: 37 INTAKE: 7/11/2008 SEX: Female INTERVIEWER: Janet Jung DATE OF REPORT: 7/15/2008 Identifying Information/ Reason for...
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Critical thinking is not just thinking but thinking which entails self improvement and this improvement comes from skill in using standards by which one approp
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...hallucinations or visual or auditory delusions that may be mood congruent or non-mood congruent. Other... Depression: A Continuing or Discontinuing Syndrome of Social Malfunction Introduction Depression is a disease that baffles even the patient and described quite well by Alpert (2004) as “That which was unintelligible to them, in the 20th century, became intelligible as one of those psychological misfortunes that befalls people, as a symptom, by definition unintelligible but, because it fulfills that qualification of a symptom or a psychological disturbance of some kind, it becomes intelligible.” Most patients express dislike and wish with all their might to be able to be kept away from it as if...
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Medical Anthropology--u can choose one of 7 topics: 1 Shamanism, 2 Spirit Possession, 3 Culture-Bound syndromes 4 Medical Pluralism: 5 Critical Medical Anthropology 6 Biomedicine 7 AIDS in Southern Africa. each detials in the document
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...hallucination. In other words, the “sleep paralysis is accompanied by hypnagogic hallucinations, which consist of complex visual, auditory, and somatosensory perceptions occurring... On the relevance of medical anthropology Medical anthropology pertains to the biological and non-biological factors that lead to diseases, ailments and various conditions of the body and how societies respond to these (Baer et al., 2003). Medical anthropology holds that the body’ is shaped not only by physiological forces but also by culture and by man’s several states (Baer et al., 2003). In medical anthropology, health and wellness are cultural constructions whose meanings can vary across societies and historical epochs...
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A CRITICAL APPRAISAL OF THE LITERATURE EXPLORING NURSING MANAGMENT OF PATIENTS WITH PSYCHOSIS WHO ENGAGE WITH SUBSTANCE MISUSE WITHIN MENTAL HEALTH SETTING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM (UK)
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...auditory and visual hallucinations and had intense feelings of persecution. Upon hospital admission, her blood pressure, pulse and temperature were 145/82 mmHg, 83 bpm and 36.5 °C respectively. Complete blood count, liver and renal function tests and serum electrolytes were within normal ranges. A standard urine... study by Andrea Flores, BA (PharmD candi of Florida College of Pharmacy A 27-year-old female was brought to the psychiatry emergency department by her family because of increasingly disturbing psychotic symptoms, which started about three days ago. The patient was found to be sexually preoccupied, aggressive, intrusive, suspicious and highly delusional. She was also experiencing auditory and...
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Seizures and school nurse
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...auditory, olfactory, gustatory, or vertiginous misperception or hallucinations”. In line with this, the student may show signs of finger or hand shaking or the uncontrollable jerking of the mouth (Wagner et al., 2009). In some cases, the student may end up talking without any sense or complain about dizziness, unpleasant sights, odors, sounds, or taste in case the patient is still conscious. In case the student is going through complex partial seizure, the school nurse can observe the student having impaired or altered levels of consciousness aside from being motionless or show some uncoordinated movements. Aside from being unable to recall the past...
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Home bound geriatric patients
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...auditory perception, diet and exercise, immunization, sexuality, and accident-risk. Assessment for dementia is also prudent in the case of elderly patients. The goals of assessment techniques are to “encourage a systematic assessment of various areas of potential geriatric risk and to develop a database appropriate to the unique concerns of elderly patients” (Miller, et.al., 2000... Homebound Geriatric Patients Homebound geriatric patients are elderly patients who, due to their limited mobility and many frailties, are consigned to the homes. The homebound elderly patients often suffer from loneliness. They also tend to be very dependent. Due to their physical disabilities (due to stroke, amputation, ...
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Conclusion Section of Thesis
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...hallucinations, bradycardia, as well as cerebellar lesions (Xu et... Interaction of novel ibogaine analogs with the human α3β4 nicotinic acetylcholine receptor Table of Contents page 1. Drug Addiction……………………………………………………………… 4 2. Socioeconomic Problems…………………………………………………….. 4 3. Neurobiological Basis of Drug Addiction………………………………..… 5 4. Link between Drug Addiction and Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors…… 10 5. Cholinergic Drugs Used for Anti-Addiction Therapy…………………..… 13 6. Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptors Family……………………………….. 18 7. Overall Structure………………………………………………………….. ...
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Discussion of the Alcohol Misuse, Statistics and Recommendations
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...hallucinations, confusion and later on amnesia. Delirium tremens refers to a hallucinatory delirium accompanied by toxic symptoms like tremors. Korsakow’s psychosis is usually confused with delirium tremens, but it may occur with polyneuritis. There is a marked retention defect along with disorientation, suggestibility, fabrication and misidentification of known... ?ABC College london, department of Education Discussion of the Alcohol Misuse, Statistics and Recommendations ID:****** 11/08 Introduction: Heavy drinking may cause horrifying effects on physical and mental conditions. Alcohol increases the hazard of serious disease like heart disease, liver infections, reproductive problems and memory loss....
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Child Sexual Abuse Detection and Prevention
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...hallucinations... Running head: DESIGN AND IMPORTANCE OF CLEANUP PROCESS IN A BILLING SYSTEM DATABASE Design and Importance of Cleanup process in a Billing system database [The name of the writer appears here] [The name of the institution appears here] Abstract This research discusses on of the most traumatic dilemma faced by all the societies of the world: Child Sexual Abuse. Special emphasis has been laid on the detection (in terms of symptoms) and prevention (including laws) of child sexual abuse. The problem of child sexual abuse warrants serious consideration by society as a whole. Prevalence of the problem has been suggested to include almost one-quarter of the nation's population (Finke...
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Second-Impact Syndrome In High-School Athletics
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...hallucinations; such as flashing lights. 8. Fugue states or "lost time". (New York Times, 2011) 9. Ringing in the ears is another possibility according to Mayo Clinic sources. (Mayoclinic.com 2011) In many... ?  SECOND-IMPACT SYNDROME IN HIGH-SCHOOL ATHLETICS STEP I There exists a general assumption that athletic competition is in general healthy, and largely safe as a benchmark on the adolescent's journey to manhood, but even seemingly minor injuries carry a deceptive risk. There is a hidden danger of seemingly sudden death possible from damage that would appear to be negligible under normal circumstances. In many cases, the stresses of intense athletic competition leads the public and medical...
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Exploring factors contributing to depression in women
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...auditory or sensory hallucinations. Other depressive disorders can be triggered more clearly by external factors (National Institute for Clinical Excellence, 2009). For example, seasonal affective disorder presents the negative aspect of depression in association with seasonal changes, being most prevalent during the winter... Exploring factors contributing to depression in women Depression is a common mental health complaint, presenting a range of symptoms including low mood, anger and a pervasive feeling of hopelessness (National Institute for Clinical Excellence, 2009). It is a condition worthy of investigation and understanding due to the significant impact it can have on the day to day functioning...
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Consideration of Several Psychic Disorders
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...Hallucinations. Hallucination is the sense when a person’s mind feels something that is not present or is not happening in a real life situation. Such feelings as, for example, seeing a non-existent object, hearing sounds that are not heard by other people or smelling something that is not there are classified as hallucinations. It is believed that mostly psychically ill...  Consideration of Several Psychic Disorders Psychic disorders constitute a significant part of theoretical and practical medicine, and the progress in this sphere is vital both for helping the patients and their relatives and friends in their overcoming the difficulties and for the scientists who advance in their understanding of the ...
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Hearing Sounds
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...auditory system. The middle ear transmits sound from the outer ear to the inner ear. The inner ear interprets and transmits sound (auditory) sensations and balance (vestibular) sensations to the brain. The outer ear is composed of three parts which are the pinna (or auricle), the external auditory canal (or external auditory meatus), and the tympanic... Hearing Sounds This essay will discuss the components of the structure of the human ear and will describe how thehuman ear functions. The human ear is the organ responsible for hearing and balance. The ear has three main parts namely, the outer, middle and inner ear. The outer ear collects sounds from the environment and funnels them through the auditory ...
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The topic in the article
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...auditory sensitivity during sound production Purpose: When a person speaks, sings or makes any audible type of noise, his auditory system faces two very fundamental problems, the first of which is how to discriminate between the external auditory signals and the self – generated ones. The other is to prevent the desensitization. Usually, the inhibition of the auditory neurons those are present in the brain during vocalization helps in solving these problems, although very little is known about the exact mode of action or nature of this inhibition process. Thus, this study, involving the singing crickets, has been designed with the purpose of showing... that the inhibition of...
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Psychology report
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...auditory or visual in nature, depending on how information is received by the senses. The differences between auditory and visual short-term memory have been the foundation of numerous research studies in the last fifty years. While it had been assumed that short-term memory is essentially an auditory process, recent studies show that the visual process is just as important (Murdock & Walker, 1969). This has resulted from discoveries that there are dissimilarities with regards to recall ability demonstrated by auditory and visual short-term memory. The aim of the current study is to find out whether there are variations between auditory... Psychology Report Abdulrahman PSYCHOLOGY REPORT Introduction...
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...auditory canal to the face of the middle ear, denoted by the eardrum, and eventually to the cochlea. The cochlea separates sound waves in line with their range and converts them into neural information (Snow and Wackym, 2009). Still at the cochlea, the neural information is transduced for correspondence with the originally collected sound waves and a firing speed akin to the afferent fiber. This transduced information is converted into an electrical signal for nerve impulses to occur... in the spiral ganglion. Lastly, these signals are transmitted to the primary auditory cortex that represents the first stop of the conscious experience of sound (Møller, 2000). Question 2 The...
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Macbeth Book Report/Review
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...hallucinations in the play and their effective contribution towards the development of the character named Macbeth. I would say that these visions or hallucinations make the play the best and moreover it suits the character without doubt and kindles the hidden ambition for power under him. It is because of these hallucinations we see Macbeth's bloody rise to power. Thus, the real purpose of introducing these visions is to contribute to Macbeth's downfall... . They are actually temptations leading to irresistible destruction. Let us examine this more clearly as we move on. IMPACT OF THE VISIONS As the play begins, we see Macbeth and his friend Banquo, a fellow soldier returning to the king's...
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Learning and Memory
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...Auditory Processing al Affiliation) Reaction Paper to theJournal: Hemispheric Specialization and Auditory Processing This paper examines the journal article written by Amy Poremba, PhD titled Hemispheric Specialization and Auditory Processing. This journal discusses the two hemispheres of the brain ascribed to different duties that enable an individual to process information and perform auditory functions. According to Dr. Poremba, the left hemisphere of the human brain processes complex auditory signals. The cortex area in the head that undertakes auditory processing is bigger than previously thought. Research done on primates indicates... Reaction Paper to the Journal: Hemispheric Specialization and...
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Warnings lab
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...auditory channel or a visual modality. These channels were deemed important in ensuring that games are accessible to users who are physically challenged or otherwise (Wachs, Kölsch, Stern, & Edan, 2012). For instance, an auditory channel would increase remind and enlighten gamers on how to complete a task with minimal errors. Similarly... Do Not Let Go Do Not Let Go The groundbreaking Wii-mote or the Wii remote known by many has proven to be time consuming and in the process, users are vulnerable to frustrations, the results of which can be dire. Enthusiastic gamers have been reported to have damaged their television sets and stereo system. Some study results reveal that when games are played in a room...
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Developmental dyslexia: specific phonological deficit or general sensorimotor dysfunction
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...auditory impairment and connected with a basic sensorimotor deficit. (MacCracken, 1986) Separate theories developed on an auditory deficit basis reveal a motor dysfunction or magnocellular visual dysfunction, but have been unified recently under a general magnocellular dyslexia theory. Also, there is an attention variant of the theory. According to the research, there are two main causes... DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA: SPECIFIC PHONOLOGICAL DEFICIT OR GENERAL SENSORIMOTOR DYSFUNCTION It is very clear that a significant proportion of individuals with dyslexia present not only motor deficits but also sensory deficits (Park, 2009 & Marshall, 2004). But as this ‘sensorimotor syndrome’ is researched in great...
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Perception Dependence Argument
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...hallucinations and illusions. Both hallucination and illusion refer to situations in which a person perceives objects in ways that in which they do not exist. Thus, the possibilities of errors occasioned by illusions and hallucinations make the true nature of arguments based on perception questionable. Because of illusion- and hallucination-related errors, arguments, their premises and inferences, always based on perception, lead to questions on whether perceptions are intuitively what they appear to be. Perceptions... ? of Lecturer] Philosophy Perception Dependence Argument Introduction The two elements that are characteristic of any type or form of argument are premise(s) and conclusion(s)1. An...
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...auditory perception. Auditory perception refers to the ability to perceive and immediately understanding different sounds produced, normally with particular organs like ear. Sound existence is in the form of vibrations traveling through air and other substances (Yost, 2008). The organ detects the vibrations, changing them into impulse immediately sent to the brain for interpretation. Here the brain is primarily responsible for many processes that convert most incoming noise into something meaningful and understandable. The central auditory processes, however include the auditory mechanisms as well as the processes responsible... for behavioral characters like auditory...
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Anna O. Case Study
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...hallucinations where she thought her hair ribbons were snakes, that is, unpleasant content which she experienced. Her suicide attempts, extreme hallucinations and inability to focus are experiences that were influenced by her unconscious (Freud, 1977). Jung views personal unconscious as the psyche aspect in which awareness of an individual is never interred and is generally expressed through dreams or overt behaviors. Creative deals, new thoughts... ? Anna O. Case Study answers Compare and contrast Freud's view of the unconscious with Jung's view and apply this case example in your explanations. Freud viewed unconscious as a storage facility in our brain where thoughts, memories and urges not within our...
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Final Project- Step Three
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...Auditory Processing Centers Outer ear is divided into the pinna and the external auditory meatus. The pinna, also known as the auricle is the external ear part... that is located and seen on each side of our head. It is made up of cartilage and soft tissue. This helps in maintaining a particular ear shape and remains pliable. The pinna is like a funnel that collects the sound vibrations from around us and funnels them towards the external auditory meatus(Buzzle.com,nd). II Times New Roman with titles and subtitles Parts and Functions of the ear The human ear is divided into five parts. These five parts of human ear, have specific functions that help in the process of hearing....
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Sensation and Perception
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...Auditory Development a) Auditory stimuli features b) Acquiring speech and language through the use of audition c) Typically developing infants having auditory milestones developed for them 3) Visual Development a) Visual stimuli features b) Facilitating communication through vision c) Visual development features d) Typically developing infants having visual milestones developed for them e) Deaf or hard of hearing infants or toddlers being administered visual cues 4) Touch a) Touch features b) Value of touch when... Sensation and Perception Outline Perceptual Development a) Facilitating development with the aid of sensory stimuli b) The definition of hearing loss c) The preferences for sensory stimuli 2) A...
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Language Processing Course Work
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...auditory input lexicon in patients who exhibit a combined impairment in auditory lexicon decision and spoken comprehension for word form deafness to be suspected. Meanwhile, KW did not exhibit any relation in his auditory and visual lexical decisions as he scores very high marks of 29/30 in the sound to picture matching task... but, which is a component of visual lexical decision, but relatively lower marks in the word and non-word discrimination, which is also a component part of auditory lexical decision. This conclusion does not however totally justify the absence of a possible language processing deficiency. Pursuant to the fact that in the test for lexicon decisions,...
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Different learning styles
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...auditory, and tactile (Call and Featherstone 45). An individual is with visual learning style if learning is through images and visual representations of ideas, opinions, theories, and knowledge. Visual learning is the first learning style. Visual learners will also easily understand symbols that show the relationship of one idea to another. Key words or key phrases can help make the meanings clearer, but the information should still be outlined with images to help visual learners grasp the information easily. These learners are usually with good visual memory and they retain more information when learning is done through knowledge maps, concept diagrams, tables... ESL 103 B ification Essay: Different...
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Presentation
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...auditory communication, total communication, and bilingual/bicultural communication have been used in the pursuit of this goal. Despite almost 200 years of attention, DHH students are still leaving school with language skills that are grossly underdeveloped and, in many cases, are not even achieving functional literacy. This study focuses on the research question of what serves effectively to improve deaf students’ acquisition of new reading vocabulary in the third grade. A questionnaire was designed to gather teachers’ views on the most effective approaches that enable students to achieve greater academic success in building vocabulary: oral/auditory...
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Schizophernia
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...hallucinations... SCHIZOPHRENIA The nature of Schizophrenia Schizophrenia is a severe, chronic and disabling brain disorder. It has affected many individuals throughout history. It distorts the way an individual acts, thinks, perceives reality, expresses emotions, and relates to others. Individuals with the disorder have problems distinguishing what is real from what is imaginary (Noll, 2007). They are always withdrawn or unresponsive and often experience difficulty in expressing normal emotions or feelings in social situations. For a person to be diagnosed with Schizophrenia they must demonstrate marginal functioning for six months accompanied with disorganized behavior, mixture of psychotic symptoms (ha...
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Analysis responce
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...hallucination, delusions, inability to hold on to an organized speech pattern or life pattern (Butcher, 2002). Although Jerome shows signs of hallucination, such as his belief that he is a model and a rapper, he does not show a disorganized speech or life pattern. In fact, he is consistent in his hallucinations. This actually became a problem as it triggers his violent reactions whenever someone questions his status. This indicates... Schizophrenia is characterized by a severe disconnect with reality (Butcher, 2002). Most of the time, it is interchanged with psychosis and narcissistic personality disorder (Ronningstam). People with schizophrenia show two or more symptoms on a frequent basis such as...
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Learning Styles Comparison
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...auditory learning style. This means that almost everybody uses at least two or more learning styles at a time but they usually over rely on one of the learning styles. According to the Indiana University website, there exists three major learning styles which are visual, auditory and kinesthetic (Indiana University, 2008). The three major styles are discussed in the list below. 1. Visual learning style Learners who use this style of learning heavily rely on their sense of sight. They learn optimally by looking at information presented in a visual form such as graphs, pictures, charts, maps, colors and other forms of diagrams. They are able to make meaningful conclusions... Comparison and Importance of...
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Schizophrenia
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...hallucinations and excessive religiosity. The patient stated that every night, Oprah Winfrey was climbing... Schizophrenia The essay aims to address a two-fold objective to wit to research the patient’s diagnosis; and (2) to make a psychiatric assessment and analyze the patient’s diagnosis. Schizophrenia Introduction Schizophrenia is a chronic, severe, and disabling brain disorder that has affected 1% of the American population (National Institute of Mental Health, 2009, p. 1). People diagnosed with schizophrenia are often stigmatized in the society because most of the people believed that they are violent individuals. Types of schizophrenia include paranoid, catatonic, disorganized, undifferentiated, a...
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Anatomy and physiology
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...Auditory and Visual Stimuli: Explanation of the Case Study The system worked on the principle that both the stimuli combined (summation of stimuli) produced the response. The auditory stimuli were transmitted by stimulating the basilar membrane of the internal ear which provoked response in the inner hair cells which produced glutamate as the neurotransmitter which acted on the dendrites of the bipolar auditory nerve (1st order neurons). There are glutamate receptors which causes opening of sodium channels causing depolarization and setting of action potential in the auditory nerve .The action potential was carried from the auditory nerve to the vestibular nerve... and vestibulocochlear...
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