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    This Essay will firstly focus on my experience with nature. Relating to my experience of walking around a local unused golf course. The theory which relates to this experience is Attention restoration theory (ART). ART believes there is a type of attention which becomes exhausted and can be restored with nature. In addition, Restorative Components of Environments Scale (RCES) and Ulrich’s Psychoevolutionary theory will be examined to demonstrate how they also relate to my experience with nature. The second experience will focus on the wider environment. Relating to my experience I will explain how defence mechanisms can be used to deal with how individuals act or feel in relation to the environment. In addition, Worthy’s phenomenal dissociation…

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    Pawelski, 2016). While Nussbaum sees positive emotions as incidental to the experience of well-being, Jayawickreme and Pawelski believe that experience and mental state is as influential (Jayawickreme, & Pawelski, 2016). In the application of a study, attempting to measure the age positivity effect on products entitled Age Differences in Choice, Satisfaction: A Positivity Effect in Decision Making, did show that older individuals looked at, the more positive aspects of the product for sale,…

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    probe appeared in the emotional or neutral location. It was predicted that high anxious participants would be quicker to attend to angry faces because they are threatening and so we would observe a main effect of anxiety. If anxiety is related only to certain stages of attention then we expect anxiety and presentation time to interact with high anxiety and low anxiety groups differing in some stages and not others. The second prediction is supported as anxiety and presentation time interact.…

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    is active while an individual directes their attention to particular stimuli, otherwise known as top-down modulation (Gazzaley et al., 2007). Top-down modulation involves a network of brain structures that modulate sensory responses according to attention and task demands (Fernandez-Duque, Baird, & Posner, 2000). Moreover, modulation of sensory response is a form of bias that favors information which is behaviourally relevant (Fernandez-Duque, Baird, & Posner, 2000) In addition to the PFC,…

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    Known for her stories about adolescents struggling towards adulthood, Higuchi Ichiyō creates a small world full of contrasting young characters in one of her famous works, “Child’s Play”. Also known as “Takekurabe”, which translates to “growing up”, the children of the story cross the line that separates child from adult during a period of individualism and edification. Although “Child’s Play” embraces the purity of the coming-of-age theme, it adds darker elements in order to show the realistic…

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    governments want to control crime and burakumin through fear and example. To do such a thing they used various methods of torture and execution through means like being boiled alive, beheading, mutilations, flogging, and tattooing. They would Tattoo as a way so that other domains would be able to tell if one was a criminal and what they were charged with. At the time they would also create a punished corpse in order to set an example of those who went against the laws. During the late Tokugawa…

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    Immediately following the Meiji Restoration, elementary education was mandatory for both boys and girls. This gave way to a new ideal of “good wife, wise mother” which signified a modern, wage earning woman. Wage earning women and girls working in factories and cut off from their traditional domestic roles as subservient housewives challenged the preconceived notion of gender and the role the patriarchal system had set for them. Adding to the notion of the “good wife, wise mother” ideal was the…

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    The Meiji Restoration, also known as the Reign of the Meiji Emperor was a massive movement that took place in 1868, which brought about an industrialization in Japan. The movement began when the Tokugawa Shogun, who ruled Japan; who lost his power due to being overthrown, was replaced by the emperor of Japan to the supreme position. The emperor chose “Meiji” as the name for his rule as it referred to the “Enlightened Rule”. As the nation began restoring itself, it had to tackle many of its…

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    Microleakage Case Study

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    use of an acid-etch technique to produce microscopic pores in enamel and dentin. Then, a fluid bonding material is applied and allowed to penetrate the pores, sealing them and mechanically locking into the tooth structure. According to Hatrick and Eakle in 2016, they stayed that this technique offers several advantages in producing retention. It requires less removal of tooth structure because no undercuts are necessary, it produces a stronger retentive force between tooth and restoration,…

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    Role Of Women In Kokoro

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    Westernized country. Although the modernization of Japan was a welcomed change, many Japanese were torn between the inevitable modernity of their country and their tradition. The modernization of Japan brought about societal changes in the role of women, but similar to the Meiji era, the representation of women in Kokoro were torn between modernity and tradition. Through the characterization of the three women in the novel, his diction, and his tone, Soseki demonstrated the roles and views of…

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