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  • Lance Armstrong's Micro-Expressions In The 21st Century

    “Everyone’s true colors show eventually”- well- known metaphor, which explains that people cannot hide their true nature for too long, eventually something will give away their true feelings. Imagine if no one would be able to hide his feelings or intentions, how would the world change- for better or worse? With the newest technology’s advances, it is possible and the study which tries to analyze what gives away one’s true feelings is micro-expressions. Micro-expressions are rapid involuntary facial expressions which reveal one 's genuine emotions people trying to disguise (Zhang P., 2016). Micro-expressions cannot be faked unlike regular face expressions. Micro-expressions last only for a small part of a second and they cannot be detected…

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  • Microexpressions According To Paul Ekman's Study

    Radiolab did a segment on how our facial expressions can be hints to our inner emotions by interviewing Paul Ekman, a renowned psychologist who is a pioneer in the study of emotions. The radio segment begins with a psychologist by the name of Gordon Burghardt. Burghardt studies snakes particularly the hognose snake. Gordon studies them by putting a chicken puppet inside the cage and begins to attack the snake with this puppet. The snake reacts by flipping over on its back, starts to bleed from…

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  • Zygomatic Bone Case Study

    fracture is relatively high. A thorough understanding of the diagnosis and the surgical principles are of critical importance. The zygomatic bone provides the facial appearance, through its cheek prominence. This prominence plays an important role in the protection of the eye. Moreover, the zygomatic bone acts as a strong buttress for the absorption and transmission of masticatory forces to the base of skull. Therefore, the optimum reduction and rigid fixation is of extreme importance. 1.2…

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  • Nursing Case Study On Bell's Palsy

    Introduction (Criteria 1 & 2) Bell's Palsy is a temporary drooping of the face owing to an injury to the nerves. The affected facial nerve is also referred to as the seventh cranial nerve because it is transmitted through the Fallopian canal. Although it is usually worrying, most people often recover from Bell's Palsy. Nonetheless, patients find themselves unable to control their muscles on the face. The affected side of the face starts to droop, and it can sometimes impede the production of…

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  • Nursing Case Study: Estelle's Plan Of Care

    aspects must be taken into consideration, such as the prevention of infection such as lung infections like pneumonia, the development of UTI due to having a Foley catheter in place, prevention of muscle wasting, and development of Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) (Arenella, 2014). The plan of care for Estelle would also include…

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  • Stanozolol Research Paper

    For athletes that depend on their speed and power during games or sports events, this is an important benefit. These benefits help to boost overall performance for competitive athletes. Dosage аnd Admіnіѕtrаtіоn The daily dosage of Stanozolol is usually 30 – 80 mg. Most often it is not taken alone, usually, it is taken in combination with other steroids depending on desired goals. Testosterone, D-bol or Oxymetholone is added for bulking purposes. In this case, stanozolol will balance out the…

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  • Nonverbal Communication: Body Movement

    So I looked into it more and found a whole bunch of information about how to fix it. I found a particular site that explains, “…those with shoulders that hunch forward too far often have tight pectoral muscles that pull the shoulders forward and rotate them in toward the midline of the body. Pair tight pectorals with weak back muscles and you have an imbalance that pulls the shoulder girdle away from its ideal position. When imbalances like these occur, overactive muscles compensate for…

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  • Myasthenia Gravis Essay

    Myasthenia Gravis is a chronic autoimmune disorder that causes weakness and rapid fatigue in the skeletal muscles, these muscles are responsible for breathing and moving. Some of the muscles affected include, control of eye movements, facial expressions, chewing, talking and swallowing. Other symptoms would include, shortness of breath, weakness in arms, hands, fingers, legs and neck. Myasthenia Gravis is a rare disease that may be difficult to diagnose. Myasthenia Gravis occurs when there is an…

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  • Client's Case Study: Acute Pain

    Head. Client has symmetrical structure without deformities or lesions. Her hair is wavy and thick. Client’s scalp is without tenderness, lesions, pests, or flaking. Her facial movements are strong, appropriate, and symmetrical. The client is able to detect sharp and dull sensations on her forehead, cheek, and chin. Eyes. The client’s vision is 20/30 in her left eye and 20/200 in her right eye with the Snellen chart. Her gaze is steady and fixed without nystagmus. The client’s conjunctiva is…

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  • Why Are Steroids Bad

    Steroids can help in many different ways, and a lot of people have strong opinions on it. Some people think they can be useful for people that don't have a lot of muscle, and it can also be useful if you are overweight, it can make you lose a lot of weight in a much shorter amount of time. But then there's also some people who think that they are bad for you, and that you shouldn't take them because of all the harmful side effects they can cause if you use them poorly or abuse how much is…

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