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    Francine Shapiro developed the therapeutic intervention called Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) in 1987. In the ten years prior to this work, Shapiro, a PhD in English Literature, took an interest in behavior therapy and when she was diagnosed with cancer, it was the impetus for her to focus on, “the interplay of mind and external stressors” (Shapiro, 2001). The foundation of EMDR and its use is firmly committed to the belief that clinicians must be properly trained and supervised in the methods, through programs offered worldwide to increase the rate of success with clients. EMDR has many components and a detailed structure, but in essence the premise insists that individuals early life experiences are integral in the formation…

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    Brandy's Model Summary

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    BIAQ, which ranged from 0-94, meant more avoidance behaviors, which indicated more body image disturbances. After completing these two measures, the baseline period of 20 days began, during which Brandy kept a Daily Body Satisfaction Log. The log was used to rate on a scale of one to ten, one indicating body satisfaction and ten indicating boy dissatisfaction, how the subject felt right after all three daily meals. This log was developed by the researchers and kept throughout all 43 days of the…

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    Description of Research Any injury or damage to your brain can result in devastating motor or cognitive lost. The extent of this lost typically depends on the amount of damage caused and the point of injury. After receiving a brain injury, the most severe form of motor disability someone can have is Locked-in syndrome (LIS) (Pistoia et al., 2016). “It is the consequence of ventral brainstem damage as a result of vascular or traumatic lesions disconnecting corticospinal and corticobulbar…

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    Dreams In Real Life Essay

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    Everyday countless people having all kinds of dreams, what one dreams can be various and complicated. So where do these dreams come from? Assuming dreams come from real life, this research thinks that dreams could reflect the past, but could not reflect the future. There also exist some visional dreams from the imaginary world. Actually, the length of dreams can be variational. From my research, I found our dreams are not only from our real life, but also from our vision. INTRODUCTION As a…

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    However, the dream that individuals have occur during the rapid eye movement sleep where we think and see different things in our mind. Furthermore, in the non-rapid eye movement sleep each stage can last up to five to fifteen minutes. In stage one, even though the eyes of a person is closed it is easy for the person to wake up. Stage two, the person is in light sleep where your heart rate and temperature goes down where your body starts preparing itself for deep sleep. Stage three, it becomes…

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    Ever since I can remember, I have always had very vivid dreams. Most of the time my dreams do not make any sense and at other times they can be emotionally unsettling, cryptic or even exhilarating. At the young age of about five or six years old, I can remember having a dream that I was a superhero with a cape. I wasn’t doing anything heroic nor did I have on a special costume – I was merely flying around over my neighborhood and remember feeling content. A few years ago while I was pregnant…

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    INTRODUCTION DREAMS: Royal Road Or The Destiny In Itself ?? Dreams are the successions of ideas,images,sensations and emotions that occurs in the mind involuntarily during our certain stages of sleep.”oneirology” is the term for the scientific study of dreams. Dreams majorly occur in the REM i.e., the rapid- eye movement stage of sleep(when our brain activity is high and resembles the state of being awake) The length of a dream varies i.e., they can last for few seconds, minutes or even for…

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    False Memory Sleep

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    Chambers, A. M., & Payne, J. D. (2013). Laugh yourself to sleep: memory consolidation for humorous information. Exp Brain Res, 232, 1415-1427. DIO: 10.1007/s00221-013-3779-7 The purpose of this study was to examine how sleep effects memory of humorous and non-humorous cartoons over 12 hours and whether it influences the retention of humorous information. Experiment 1 consisted of 79 Notre Dame students with a mean age of 19.95 years and 65% were female. 9 of the participants were excluded from…

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    conditioning, for example, a fear. What is R.E.M. Sleep and Why is it Important to Humans? Rapid eye movement(R.E.M.) sleep is defined as a kind of sleep that occurs at intervals during the night and is characterized by rapid eye movements, more dreaming and bodily movement, and faster pulse and breathing. During R.E.M. Sleep, cells become extremely active, certain neurons in the brain stem, this is called Rem sleep on cells. They are most likely to go off in the sleep cycle. The body…

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    A dream is “a series of thoughts, images, or emotions occurring during sleep”, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary. However, many people don’t know that there are diverse dreaming possibilities, or that some people perceive dreams differently than others; also, dreams have a deeply rooted meaning in the subconscious. I chose to write about dreaming because I often experience bizarre and at times sporadic dreams that I wanted to learn more about. Particular people dream in particular…

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