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    fantasy world. Original gaming systems had to make use of 2D worlds, and 16-bit graphics, while new systems are able to generate 3D games and make use of the best graphics. Graphics are a very important aspect in video games, making games easier to play, and allowing the player to become fully immersed in their own fantasy world. With the creation of CD games, the consoles were able to be a lot smaller than the original consoles, with the Sony PlayStation 2 being nearly a third of the size of the NES. One issue of both a smaller console and a CD game was the face that there was nowhere to save the game data, so memory cards were introduced to store saved data on. Eventually memory cards went out of date, and with the new additions to the console market, the Sony PlayStation 3 and the Microsoft Xbox 360, a hard-drive was added into the consoles, dismissing the memory card altogether, and allowing for games to keep their saved data directly in the console. This proved to be a major help in the gaming world, and would define how games would be played forever. Video games have gotten more and more violent with every new installment worse than the last. From the original Super Mario Brothers game, which had very little violence, to Mortal Kombat, which had a large amount of blood and gore for its time, to new instalments of Call of Duty and Grand Theft Auto, which have massive amounts of blood spilled, not to mention the language that is used in modern video games. Mortal…

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    The iPhone is a phone that is for the affluent consumer. The cost of a base iPhone of sixteen gigabytes at full retail is $649. The high end model iPhone that possesses 128 gigabytes of memory costs an enormous amount of $849. Having a contract with a service carrier helps reduce some of the price of the phone, but even with a two year contract with the service provider, the cost of an iPhone can reach upwards of $400. In addition to the price of phone, the owner may also purchase a case to…

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    Analysis Of The Roku Ultra

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    720p, 1080p, and 4K UHD with HDR video at 60 frames per second Night listening mode microSD card slot for additional channel storage Advanced point-anywhere remote with voice search, headphone jack, and gaming buttons IR receiver for universal remotes Dolby Audio pass through via HDMI Who Should Purchase the Roku Ultra If you are looking for any of the exclusive functions offered by the Roku Ultra then it’s the obvious choice. Those looking to upgrade your older Roku 3 should also look at the…

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    Nt1110 Graphics Card

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    (A)-Graphics Card A graphics card is the hardware for a computer that produces the images that we see on the computer monitor. The Cards main job is to decide on how the pixels on the screen will be used to create the image then information that is creates is sent to the monitor through a cable. The graphics card has four main parts that it uses to complete the tasks. These are the motherboard where the power and data is connected through a connector, the processor this tells it how to use each…

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    Mrs. Bell Case Summary

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    and asthma. Client was referred by Dr. Kevin Wong from CRESST on February 16, 2017 for a cognitive assessment due to difficulty with memory skills. Dr. Wijeyesinghe also referred on February 1 for independent living skills assessment. Client provided informed consented to complete the evaluation process. Methods of Assessment 1. Standardized Mini-Mental State Examination (SMMSE) - a standardized tool developed for screening the cognitive function of the older adult. Completed on February 18,…

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    Episodic Memory Psychology

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    For several years the frontal lobes, known to play a role in higher-order cognitive functioning, have been thought to contribute to episodic memory (EM) – a contribution in which researchers have recently made efforts to delineate. Here I will evaluate the notion that frontal lobes contribute to EM, and suggest reasons as to how it might do this. Lesion studies We can look at lesion studies to assess the contribution of the frontal lobes to EM. Unlike cued-recall and recognition tasks (which…

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    have competed in several pageants, and I could relate the learning process of pageantry to the writing process in English 1102. In pageants, I am judged and critiqued based off how I portray myself to the judges throughout different areas of competition. The different areas of competition range from interview, to casual and evening wear, to swim suit, and to on stage question. Each of these areas build on top of each other to create a final score to determine the winner. Similarly, with writing,…

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    In a world of digitally edited photography and Photoshop masters, Polaroid pictures have once more become a trend. The instantaneous image of life unabridged appeals because it refuses to portray life through any rose-colored or edited lens, instead allowing memory to appreciate the sanctity of returning to a moment lost. However, through this nostalgia, the brain crops and edits the photograph just as one would on a computer, freezing the moment in memory as better, brighter, and more beautiful…

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    impulsivity, attention, memory and decision making. Hypothesis Ultimately because marijuana is such a controversial topic, researchers have decided to study marijuana and its lasting effects, mostly on adolescents, because “one out of ten teens said they smoke marijuana at least twenty or more times a month” (CBS). When compared to the 2008 survey, marijuana use has risen by 80% in adolescents according to CBS also. Researchers study the use of marijuana because so many adolescents, and even…

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    The inkblot test is intended to be given by an experienced professional with a subject who has no prior knowledge of the test. This guideline was first bent in 1975 when a book called The Nuremberg Mind contained the inkblots. It went one step further when in 1983 William Poundstone released the book Big Secrets. This book not only contained the inkblots, it also possessed the most common answers. The leaking of the test finally reached its peak in 2009 when Dr. James Heilman, an…

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