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    St. Vincent Group topic: Here’s Looking at urges and Cravings In today’s group, group members were focused on learning skills in identifying and handling urges and carvings. Group members were to use the handout to identify their personal internal and external triggers to urges and cravings, and then learned steps to handle such triggers without the use of substance(s). PO moderately participated in the group activities. PO demonstrated the use of learned kills to cope with urges and…

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    In The Outsiders, Ponyboy talks about things in his neighborhood that are tough, and he compares them to things that are “tuff”. Tough means things that are rough and strong, and not easily intimidated. Tuff means things that are popular and well admired by society. Tough was meant to describe things that are strong, rough, and not easily broken. Tuff described things that others thought were interesting. I will compare things in my mind that I feel are tuff and tough. When I think of the word…

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    With the onset of television shows like CSI and NCIS, people have their own views of how the Criminal Justice System uses and obtains forensic evidence. One of the main issues with the media influence today is how people assume that forensics in the real world is exactly like the shows that portray it. “If people’s reactions to crime and criminals are generally shaped by the mass media, then it seems reasonable to assume that public reactions to criminal cases are shaped by shows like CSI”…

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    Patient Identification

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    Patient identification and the corresponding of a patient to their medication and treatment being done is an important practice that is carried out in all hospitals and Doctor’s offices. It can be potentially fatal to patient’s safety and health if proper patient identification is not routinely done. “The failure to correctly identify patients and match that information to an intended clinical intervention continues to result in wrong person, wrong site procedures, medication errors, transfusion…

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    DNA testing which can also be label as DNA fingerprinting, DNA profiling and even DNA typing is considered a forensic technique that can be used to identify a person by their characteristics of their DNA. (What is DNA Testing?, 2016). DNA testing was developed in 1985, to identify a suspect and placed that initial suspect at the incident location during the time of the crime. DNA testing have evolve in the past decade that is can be used to study the animal populations. DNA testing can collected…

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    Trauma And Trauma

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    review and analysis will define the impact of stress/trauma and the positive effect of supportive interviewing for children’s eyewitness identification. The studies done by Rush et al (2014) and Hritz et al (2015) identify the impact of stress on the child, which can be reduced through the supportive guidance of well-informed adult interviewers in the identification of suspect in a line up. These findings provide empirical evidence of the supportive environment that is needed to reduce memory…

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    I. Research Question: Laura Smalarz and Gary L. Wells conducted a study, Post-Identification Feedback to Eyewitnesses Impairs Evaluators’ Abilities to Discriminate between Accurate and Mistaken Testimony. The main research question in this study was whether feedback interferes with evaluators’ abilities to discriminate between accurate and mistaken identification testimony. This study is interesting because many people have been wrongfully convicted because of mistaken eyewitness testimonies.…

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    Eyewitness Identification

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    Jimmy Wong Prof. Dysart PSY 370 Eyewitness Identification The overall aspect of eyewitness identification is questionable and has been argued over whether or not it’s plausible and accurate when brought into trials or experiments. Often time’s witnesses are under extreme conditions when their testimonies of events are needed. One question that comes to mind is, due to wrongful convictions found after DNA testing; will eyewitness identification be accurate enough to overturn a wrongful…

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    keys a reality. Instead of turning the key into the ignition switch, you'll simply command your car to "Start the engine." How cool would that be? Fingerprint Identification In essence, a technology replacing the key fob should be unique to a point where it is nearly impossible to duplicate. Based on this quality, fingerprint identification is one of the top contenders for the job. Even with over 7 billion people on earth, no two individuals have the same fingerprint, which gives every person a…

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    Lead Identification

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    Lead Identification (LO): Lead compounds bind to target receptors, and shows potentially therapeutic pharmacological activity, and may contain similar structures and functional groups. Lead compounds are used as a foundation for drug development and may be modified structurally for greater pharmacodynamic efficiency and potency.1 One source of determining lead compounds is by assaying libraries through HTS. Researchers analyze the drug’s ADME properties (Absorption, Distribution, Metabolism, and…

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