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    Exposure Therapy

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    that can disrupt their lives and the lives of their families such as anxiety, depression, pain, and substance abuse (Schiraldi, 2009). With regards to treating PTSD, research and studies are still very young, however convincing evidence has shown some commonly used approaches to be effective. Exposure therapy has been shown to have a high rate of success when treating victims of trauma (Bradley et al. 2005). The theory behind exposure therapy is that victims of trauma learn fear through conditioning. Therapists that use this form of therapy provide a safe place for the victim to be exposed to stimuli that reminds them of the traumatic event and the details…

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    Hiroshi Sugimoto Analysis

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    the shadows and the purity of forms.” ("Interview With Hiroshi Sugimoto | Huffington Post"). Hiroshi Sugimoto’s specialty in photography is photos called “slow shutter speed.” He refers to this style as “time exposure experiments” ("The Master of Slow Shutter Speed ..."). Sugimoto has many different types of themes in his portfolio, such as: movie theaters, architecture, seascapes, lightings, desert, wax figures, and much more. Although having many themes, Hiroshi Sugimoto’s style of interest…

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    Today, I decided to play with my own camera of the ESO Canon. I thought that I have learned manual setting on my mentor’s Leica camera. So I wanted to try with my own camera, since it came with manual settings. First, I tried set different ISO, aperture, and shutter-speed numbers. I have to be honest that it wasn’t easy, because I couldn’t tell if is too dark or too bright. I just had to do my best to guess the ISO and shutter speed. With my first try, the first picture was too dark, so I turn…

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    Eyewitness Model

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    The main focus of this study is to test whether the 3 elements of the CA relationship (calibration, resolution and over/under confidence) can be weakened by exposure duration, retention interval and divided attention using two studies. The results found that limited exposure duration and delayed retention intervals have a hard-easy effect whereby the accuracy of the CA relationship was affected, but the confidence remained the same. This means that eyewitnesses with limited exposure duration or…

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    Pesticide Exposures

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    issue is farmers. They usually work in the farm for a long period of time. Therefore, they have a high risk of exposures to pesticides. Pesticide exposures is one of the major occupational hazards in the country, and it caused serious health issues. This paper reviewed several scientific articles in order to demonstrate the associations between pesticide exposures and health issues among farmers. In addition, the significant health issues that caused by both short-term and long-term pesticide…

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    Radon Exposure

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    One way to initiate education and increasing public’s awareness on radon exposure and its negative consequences is by identifying who can be most affected by the chemical contact. Children and smokers are the most vulnerable to radon exposure (Huntington-Moskos, Rayens, Wiggins, & Hahn, 2016, p. 535). In comparison to adults, children are more sensitive to radon, which predisposes them to developing lung cancer (p. 529). The risk of getting lung cancer also drastically increases in smokers…

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    Exposure To Violence

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    Exposure to Violence and the Link to Aggression in Children At any given moment during the past two weeks, endless reports of child abuse as well domestic violence flooded the popular press. From the newspaper article on the NFL player knocking his girlfriend unconscious in a brutal assault to the ABC News report on the NFL player beating his four year old son with a “switch” to the point of drawing blood and leaving scars to the early morning news broadcast of the child abuse and…

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    Exposure To Writing

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    Exposure to writing is a two-fold process according to “The Writer’s Way”. You need to be exposed to the finished product as well as the process of writing and revising. I have had many opportunities to be exposed to the finished product as I am an avid reader. Many authors and styles of writing continue to influence me. By continuing to read a variety of authors as well as focused time with the style of writing I desire to mimic will greatly improve my writing abilities. Very few opportunities…

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    Anesthetic Exposure

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    Introduction Volatile inhaled anesthetics are commonly used for general anesthesia worldwide because of their fast action and easy management. However, there is accumulating evidence indicating that general anesthetics that activate gamma amino butyric acid (GABA) receptors induce widespread apoptosis at a clinically relevant concentration in the developing brain of rodents [1, 2, 3]. Furthermore, anesthetic administration in children causes long-term impairments of cognitive behavior later in…

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    Exposure Therapy

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    For some people it works for others it does not. As the author in changethatsrightnow.com said, "The good news is that exposure therapy is eventually successful in many people with phobias,....". This is only one option to overcome this barophobia. The second option is talk therapy. Talk therapy is different kinds of talk and of course the effectiveness of any therapy is critically dependent on who you are working with. The process of talk therapy is slow and might not work but skilled…

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