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  • The Role Of Chemistry In Physical Therapy

    the use of iontophoresis therapy. Iontophoresis therapy is an electrical stimulation used to quickly distribute medication. From chemistry, like charged ions repel and opposite charges ions attracted we learned this in “experiment 4 how can geckos walk up walls?” with inter-molecular forces. This enables the damaged tissues to heal more efficiently and decrease inflammation and pain by placing on one electrode on the injury with the other electrode on the body close by. Thankfully to chemistry,…

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  • Examples Of Social Observation

    out the remaining problems on their own. The students seemed to work actively and pay attention when the professor was working on the first problem, but then the students seemed to get distracted or work on other work until the professor started to walk around and see how the students are doing on their problems. Some of the students kept paying attention and actively asked questions throughout the class period, while others dosed off or worked on other assignments. The general information I can…

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  • Observation Nonverbal Communication

    The focus of this paper was an exercise designed to observe and explore nonverbal communication. In order to observe nonverbal communication, my husband and I went to eat dinner on a Saturday night at a local Applebee’s restaurant. We chose this restaurant because our daughter works there as a waitress and we could ask to sit in her section. I was not sure how a waiter/waitress who was not known to me would react to my observing and taking notes about my fellow diners. If the waiter/waitress had…

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  • Speech Therapy Observation

    Your name Stephanie Aragon Date of Observation October 14, 2014 I. Identifying Information Date of Observation: October 14, 2014 Time of Observation (9:30 am) to (10:20) Highest degree of professional: BA , MA, CCC , Specialty of professional you observed: Speech therapy Place of Observation: University of Cal state Los Angeles speech therapy The child observed during a speech therapy session is an energetic three year, eleven month girl, by the name of Abby. The speech pathologist…

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  • Social Judgments And Decision-Making: A Case Study

    position, likely future job performance, and etc. (Ackerman et al., 2010). The last task participants were asked to do was to answer on a scale of 1-7 how important was it for them to evaluate correctly. The results of the experiment agreed with the hypothesis in certain aspects. Results showed that participants using the heavy clipboards rated the candidate as better overall and had a more serious interest in the position (Ackerman et al., 2010). Also, participants with a heavier clipboard…

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  • Second Level Development Observation

    The activity that I chose to do with the second grade students was an activity the measured their ability of moderate and vigorous, but also their ability of memorizing the centers they had to chose once they got tag by a classmate. For some, the activity was easy for them because the centers were color coordinated with signs. The students that were not at the second grade level development had challenges remembering the centers. The five students were engaged in the activity and trying their…

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  • Essay On Candle Laboratory

    are still burning, place the pint size mason jar over the candles in the bowl. Carefully observe the base of the container, the water level in the container, and the flames. Record your observations. Remove the jar from the bowl. • Heat Expansion Hypothesis Method: Add or take away candles until there are 3 candles in the clay. Light the candles in the bowl. While the candles are still burning, place the quart size mason jar over the candles in the bowl. Carefully observe the base of the…

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  • Classroom Observation Report: Mr. Bahweting Charter Schools

    I had the opportunity to observe Mr. Billy Mitchell on Monday, February 8th, 2016 and for a short while again on Tuesday, February 9th. Mr. Mitchell is a teacher at the Joseph K. Lumsden (JKL) Bahweting Charter School located in Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan. Mr. Mitchell’s first grade classroom that I will be attending consists of 22 children from a rural community. The purpose of this observation was to observe children as they completed tasks related to science. I did not interact much during…

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  • Tap Water Hypothesis

    The null hypothesis I will also test is, The type of water will have no impact on how people rank its taste. Another possible claim is, The type of water bottled or tap will have a positive impact on how people rank its taste with tap water coming out on top. The research hypothesis is more plausible because even though some bottled water is regular tap water sometimes it is processed to improve…

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  • How Does Color Affect Memorization

    Intro: Does color affect memorization? Many advertisements you may see on tv use bright colors instead of dark ones but why? Well for this project I will conduct an experiment figuring out whether color can affect one’s memory. And I predict that color does affect one’s memory because if “warmer” colors stand out compared to “cooler” colors then it would be easier for the human brain to remember. And based on research one way that color can affect memorization is that if a word is printed in…

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