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    results of impulse response functions analysis and variance decomposition. Afterwards, we turn to subsection 4.3 to test reliability of the VAR model. 4.1 Testing for significance and Granger-causality According to Wald test (Table 5) the hypothesis of zero coefficient before oil price variable in GDP equation is not rejected in all analysed countries except Russia. This means that Russia is the only country where oil prices effect real economic activity directly. The fact…

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    requires an in depth knowledge of the system and uses more assumptions in modeling. Because of this, parametric system identification may result in unreliable prediction for complex systems where our understanding of the physics of the system is insufficient. Here we used a non-parametric approach as control of walking in humans is a complex task involving many degrees of freedom. We chose to perturb the system using visual perturbations as the input since the optic flow has a profound effect on…

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    progressive, gives better, faster, minimum disturbances in the output. Digital filters are able to accomplish various operations that world, at best, be highly difficult to follow with analog filters. The types of digital filters are IIR and FIR filter. In FIR filter is non-recursive and have linear phase response. In IIR filter has feedback and gives better response with less compatible price. IIR filter is suitable for lower order filter and found more targeted than FIR. In designing the IIR…

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    difficulty to delay gratification have less effective cognitive control and are there-fore less able to “regulate actions, thoughts and feelings for the sake of long-term goals.” They are more intrigued by the immediate gratification and cannot suppress their craving for the immediate gratification as this seems more satisfying than the thought of a later reward. Cognitive control takes place in the prefrontal cortex of our brain. This part of the brain is one that develops comparatively…

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    Trichotillomania has been officially classified as an “impulse control disorder”, but some patients have also been known to develop secondary symptoms associated with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) (Mental Health America, 2016). Researchers have developed a method which has proven beneficial in order to gain a better understanding of Psychiatric Neurotransmitters and their function during abnormal brain activity for OCD patients utilizing a PET. Researchers scanned the brain activity of a…

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    lands onto the mattress. It’s here that she finally looks to be at peace. After all, she had said earlier that she thought the suicide scene was beautiful. Her final words: “I felt it. Perfect. I was perfect” (Aronofsky 2010). The symbolism and subliminal messages featured in Black Swan helps to uncover the hidden horrors of multiple mental disorders. Dermatillomania, a condition in which the individual is unable to resist picking at their skin, has close associations with anxiety, OCD, eating…

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    acceptance. People need to feel that you accept and value what they believe, as well as, what they have to communicate. “Acceptance is communicated by how you listen, look, respond, and interact with others”, (Sharon Vaughn, 2015, p. 131). Additionally, listening and questioning are principles in creating valuable communication with others. As the text describes, listening isn’t just waiting for the other person to finish speaking, its listening to the content and feelings of the message.…

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    what they believe in or the traditions they set for themselves. Languages, being bilingual and having to learn English or English as your main language and learning another language like Italian. Other types of Diversity can stem from student’s learning disabilities, behavioral, autistic disorders, gifted and talented to name a few. Teachers need to be able to include all diverse students in their classroom. In doing this, they can provide intervention, small group instruction, technology…

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    Response and nonresponse errors are factors that shape surveys, and minimizing these errors is critical in the mixed communication strategy. A response error occurs when participants fail to answer questions correctly or selects the wrong answer (Cooper & Schindler, 2014, p. 222). To minimizing response errors, directions must be explicit. Likewise, ambiguous questions with a broad application may lead to response errors. Subsequently, simple, specific questions are easier to read, can ease…

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    Critical response journal two is a reflective response to detailed questions and thoughts pertaining to the response to intervention (RTI) model for intervention. RTI is a multi-tier approach to the early identification, intervention, and support for struggling learners to be successful in the classroom. 1. What principles relating to learning disabilities and the use of RTI to identify them were established by the Office of Special Education Programs in 2001? In August of 2001, the Office…

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