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  • Gating Pulse Synthesis

    takes place. The signature of this coupling can be revealed by measuring the electron energy spectrum using the electron energy spectrometer attached to the microscope. The measured electron spectrum is shown in blue line curve in Fig. 2A. The white reddish part of the spectrum represents the ZLP while the shaded blue part shows the gated electron spectrum. The temporal profile of the “original” ultrafast electron pulse…

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  • Case Study Of Asperger's Syndrome

    Introduction Client JN is a twenty-year-old Caucasian male who is has high functioning Asperger’s syndrome, an Autism spectrum disorder. JN has been admitted approximately 10 times for psychiatric care at different facilities around the Birmingham area in the past. JN came into the emergency department by ambulance after an altercation with the step mother. JN’s step mother has been in an intimate relationship and living with JN’s mother for about 10 years. The step mother and JN have never…

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  • Children With ASD

    An unofficial criteria when identifying Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is hinged upon emotional difficulties, uneven cognitive abilities and sensory problems. Many children with ASD may have an under-reaction or over reaction to sensory stimuli.. Children with ASD have difficulty self-regulating their emotions in high anxiety situations but may be unaware of dangerous situations such as walking into traffic. The uneven cognitive abilities are exhibited in a hyper focus in a particular subject…

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  • Leo Kanner Case Study Of Autism

    pregnant. Women were given drugs in the past called valproate for epilepsy and bipolar disorder for migraine headaches. Another drug thalidomide used as a sedative, caused birth defects. The most controversial one of them all is vaccinations for children. Because of the age of the vaccinations that’s when Autism can show up and parents believe that’s the cause of it all. Autism is a very unique disease, and can be detected between the ages of 18 months and 3 years old. Doctors cannot pinpoint…

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  • Autism Spectrum Disorders Case Study

    Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) also known as pervasive developmental disorders which can range from the severe disorder labeled autistic disorder to the milder disorder called Asperger Syndrome. Thus, children with this disorder can have problems in social interaction, verbal and non-verbal communication and repetitive behaviors (Santhrock, 2015). Children with Asperger Syndrome disorder can display behaviors that fluctuate among the stages of cognitive development. I am currently a…

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  • Causes Of Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Autism, also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder, is a neurodevelopmental disorder that limits social and communicative abilities. Autism is becoming more prevalent in our society. More and more children are being diagnosed with the disorder and there have been conflicting views on the actual causes of the disorder. Autism has gained national awareness and with this awareness, there is research being done to improve the lives of the people that live this disorder. Autistic disorder, sometimes…

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  • Autistic Spectrum Disorder Paper

    Autistic Spectrum Disorder Autism is a rising problem that sometimes gets overshadowed by more menacing disorders like mental retardation which can fully hold back a persons life but it is nonetheless a problem. Autism makes a person less socially apt , they do not know how to interact with others and can act genuinely queer at times and so it can affect how they integrate into society. People with this disorder don 't have any major problems beyond but to think about how heavily it can…

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  • Bipolar Case Study

    About 90% of individuals with bipolar I disorder, which is the more serious form, have at least one psychiatric hospitalization. Two out of three will have two or more hospitalizations in their lifetimes (WebMD, 2015) Bipolar is a serious medical condition that should not be pushed off to the side by anyone. It does not care who its victim is. Bipolar disorder can mimic the symptoms of other disorders causing it to be misdiagnosed. As soon as any symptoms that would be considered not normal…

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  • Bipolar Disorder Case Study

    The research consisted adjunctive psychosocial interventions and this research was taken strictly from randomized trials. The research has brought up questioning on whether or not psychotherapy in which is practiced in a community have the likely effects on the participants that have bipolar disorder with the samples of the study being so broad (Miklowitz; Wisniewski; Araga; Frank, 2006). The participants who were diagnosed with bipolar illness were drawn from the randomized sampling from the…

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  • Asperger's Syndrome Case Study

    however, it is not an easy disorder to explain (Bashe 19). With multiple conditions and characteristics in each case, AS is not an easy disorder to diagnose. Asperger’s Syndrome was named after Hans Asperger, an Austrian physician, who first described the disorder in 1944 after studying a group of children with similar, unusual characteristics. However, AS was not made an official disease until 1994. Consequently, Asperger disease is just now becoming published and popular so there is still…

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