Evoked potential

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  • William Shakespeare's 'The Tempest And Shooting An Elephant'

    Discoveries are often challenging and have the potential to transform the individual’s perception of self and others. Others may have a significant influence on the outcome of the individual’s discoveries and discoveries may these provocative discoveries are often unexpected or evoked by curiosity. These ideas are explored in the romantic comedy play, The Tempest (1611) by William Shakespeare and the short story, Shooting an Elephant (1936) by George Orwell, these texts effectively portray the…

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  • Honda Car Case Study

    Buyer Behavior for Honda Civic Sedan Car Why do Consumers buy a car or any product? We use the following simple Consumer buying model outlined by William and David to analyze why consumers may be driven to buy a Honda Civic Sedan car (Winer and Dhar, 2011): Consumer Buying Behavior Model The model can be divided into 5 main parts: 1. Need recognition 2. Search for alternatives 3. Evaluation of alternatives 4. Purchase and use of the product 5. Post purchase evaluation and feedback We discuss…

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  • Somatosensory System Case Study

    Introduction Although there has been little research to date involving the somatosensory system and seizures, a group of researcher’s in 2004 conducted a case study involving childhood epilepsy and the possible trigger coming through the somatosensory system. An overview of the case study will be discussed as well as what the somatosensory system is, and how it functions. In addition, the psychological effect on a person who has lived with seizures and the effect it has had on relationships…

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  • Simulationism Movement: Film Analysis

    Spike Jones used VR to create “VICE News VR: Millions March,” which thrusts viewers into a 60,000 person demonstration. “Her” (2013) depicts love between a person and AI (artificial intelligence). This is a marked contrast from the dystopian future evoked by threats to humanity posed by HAL9000, from “2001: A Space Odyssey,” Skynet, from “Terminator," and the replicants*9 from “Blade Runner.” A number of commonalities can be seen between the works of the aforementioned innovative directors and…

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  • Cognitive Auditory Interaction P300

    objective methods aimed for this purpose (Alvarenga, Araújo, Ferraz & Crenitte, 2013). The Cognitive Auditory Evoked Potential (CAEP) - P300 has been used to measure and monitor neurophysiological modifications of the central auditory nervous system (Alonso & Schochat, 2009; Anderson, Baldridge & Stanford, 2011; Sassi, Matas, de Mendonça & de Andrade, 2011). Given that P300 is an endogenous potential elicited by auditory discrimination when the subject consciously reacts to rare stimuli…

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  • Burlesque: A Theoretical Analysis

    ‘ The Von Foxies sought more than just sexual interest from their audience; they also evoked a challenge to standard understandings of how feminine women can have sex.’ (Burke, 2009, p81). Performed in a time where gay sex was a source of fear and panic the idea behind penetrative sex between women was tabo. This act is a perfect example…

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  • Kant's Transcendental Idealism

    interpret what is experienced by our senses. However empiricist had viewed the mind in a passive nature, a “blank slate” on which is recorded the sounds, images, and sensations of experience. This coincides with cognitive potentials in our genetic equipment and to reach their fully evoked state, they need ongoing simulation of our experience. However the knowledge we gain by analyzing the categories is synthetic a priori knowledge. Therefore Kant believed that people can’t establish the…

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  • Essay On Myasthenia Gravis

    20 people out of every 100,000 people worldwide have Myasthenia Gravis (Myasthenia Gravis, 2012). Myasthenia Gravis is a disorder that causes skeletal muscle weakness. People experience the worst weakness during periods of activity and the weakness improves under periods of rest. The most common weakness is located in the muscles around the eyes. This causes blurred or double vision in the eyes. It also effects the muscles used in facial expression and chewing. These conditions can cause…

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  • Law Personal Statement Essay

    felt that education was a requirement and not an option. Perhaps because in my family education had been the tradition as far back as to my grandparents and their parents. It is through the education that I believe will enable me to achieve my full potential and bring out the very best in me. Philosophy provided me with intellectual tools such as critical thinking, analytical skills, and writing skills.…

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  • Systemic Lupus: A Chronic Autoimmune Disease

    STIMULATORY AND INHIBITORY KILLER IMMUNOGLOBULIN-LIKE RECEPTORS IN NATURAL KILLER T (NKT) CELLS IN PATIENTS WITH SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHROMATOSIS: RELATION TO DISEASE ACTIVITY By Aya Mohammed Ibrahim Askar INTRODUCTION Systemic lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease with a wide variable manifestations that affect almost any organ systems (i.e. skin, joints, kidney, and nervous system) . The diagnosis of SLE is depend on a combination of laboratory evidences and clinical…

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