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    group was 7.78 hours with a mean of 14.63 and was measured in 30 of 32 subjects. The SD of the control group was 7.2 hours with the mean being 12.79 hours, measured in 33 of 35 subjects. Based on the statistical methods to obtain the means, these number look right to me although 12 to 14 hours of labor for an average woman in today’s world is often long thus I would expect the median to actually be lower and wouldn’t necessarily agree that they are appropriate. Additionally, the only statistic used was hours or time in labor. Other factors can affect how long labor…

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    Bacteriophage Experiment

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    was filtered through a .22 micron filter in order to extract phages. Since bacteria and other particles tend to be bigger than .22 microns, they would not fit through the filter, thus allowing only phages through. Mycobacterium smegmatis was then added to the supernatant in the amount of .5 mL. It was allowed to incubate for 5 days. After incubating, 1.4 mL of the enriched filtrate was pipetted into a microcentrifuge tube. This was done twice using the p1000. Both tubes were then centrifuged for…

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    (2014) controlled for more demographic information than González-Menéndez (2013), however, they did not control for the cultural characteristics such as: socioeconomic status, ethnicity, and race. Lack of cultural consideration muddles the ability to generalize the results of the study and should be addressed in future research. Another limitation of the study is the sample size. In total, 18 participants were assigned to ACT, 19 to CBT, and 13 to a control group. The low sample size and the…

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    Essay On CIT And BAT

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    Results showed that both CIT and BAT had significantly improved NMU scores but there was no difference between the two interventions.5 However, the BAT group did significantly increase force production in non-compliant UE compared to CIT.5 The CIT group did however show greater amounts of non-compliant UE use recorded by the MAL when compared to the BAT.5 The control group did not show any statistical increase in any of the outcome measures.5 In conclusion, both the BAT and CIT groups improved…

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    Quiet Eye Gaze Behavior

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    reported by Joan Vickers of Calgary University in 1996. The Quiet eye has been defined as the duration of the final fixation towards the relevant target prior to the execution of the critical phase of movement and has been accepted as a measure of optimal visual attentional control. The quiet eye has an onset that occurs before the final movement in the motor task and an onset that occurs when the fixation deviates off the target by more than 3 degrees for more than visual angle of more than…

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    Blood Investigation

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    this principle. The Phadebas press paper is coated or treated with a water insoluble starch that has one colour molecule attached, when amylase comes into contact with the starch it breaks in down releasing the colour molecule thus allowing the colour to be visible to the naked eye (Hedman, Gustavsson and Ansell, 2008). Method After assuring that all personal protective equipment (PPE) was being worn a swab was taken and removed from its packaging and a known sample of saliva was added to…

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    recess, or on the way home. The means between the two groups were not significant. However, the mean score between threatening and intimidating were significant (Albayrak, Yildiz, & Erol, 2016). To reduce school bullying, the school will have to implement a prevention program. To improve the climate of the school, the teachers will need to undergo training and share their knowledge with the students and parents. The data collected in the research were analyzed using SPSS. Student who left…

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    The Downs Syndrome

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    Insulin was found in the (DS) thymic tissue. Expression of AIRE had the highest p value of 0.0079, a statistically significant result against the control. A p value of 0.056 for expression of Insulin and CHRNA1 was also determine against the control meaning the result is statistically insignificant. Positive correlations were also found between; AIRE/Insulin and AIRE/CHRNA1. The next section of the results looks at the thymic medullary structural and cell differences in those with DS compared…

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    no beginning, end, or middle. Butler’s concept of the impossibility of the individual is reestablished in all of Deluze and Guattari’s concepts of society including the disciplinary society, the control society, and the rhizome. Our hospitals, where we go to get cured and our schools where we go to obtain our education are structured the same way as a prison where people are punished for breaking the law or a factory, where products are mass produced. All of the institutions as mentioned above…

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    Injuries In Sports

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    for several reasons. First off, time loss injuries have been known to affect athletes both psychologically and emotionally. Players who are taken out of games due to injury, often voice feelings of grief and depression. Research such as Ivarsson’s is imperative because if we are able to decrease the occurrence and likeliness of depression or despair, all measures should be taken. Investigating how to have fewer injuries on the field is also important because it aids in creating healthy players…

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