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  • Peer Conflict Observation Paper

    conflict. The two observation I used were a checklist data and a field note data. Both data contained useful information to finalize my research questions: 1) what is the gender difference in peer conflict 2) what is the cause of the conflict 3) reaction to conflict 4) peer exclusion. Checklist Data During my observation, I collected a total of 14 conflicts for the one hour period I was at the ASI Children Center. The percentage of each gender group were 0% girls group, boy groups 64%, and mixed gender group 36%. In gender frequency boys tend to have more conflict than girls. The mean intensity was 1.71 with the range from 1-3 and the mean duration was 1.36 with the range of 1-2. The boys mean intensity is 1.14 and a duration of .86. Mixed gender’s mean intensity ranged from .57 and duration of .5. Regarding the gender pattern for conflict intensity and conflict duration, boy have the highest in intensity and duration. There are six categories conflict: physical provocation, verbal provocation, verbal disagreement, object/space struggle, disruptive…

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  • Nursing Trauma Case Study

    include the name, address, age, sex, marital status, occupation, religion, health care financing, and their primary care provider. Chief Complaint-The reason for the visit should be obtained and documented in the client’s own words. History of Present Illness-Find out when the symptoms started and how did they occur such as suddenly or gradually. Determine the intensity of the pain. Have the client to describe the quality of symptoms, such as sputum, vomit, or discharge; by asking the color…

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  • Sound Waves Research Paper

    of sound. Sound is a wave made of vibrations in the air. Waves can be measured in a range of different ways: by their amplitude, wavelength, frequency, speed, and, at times, their phase. Sound information is transmitted by the amplitude and frequency of the vibrations, where the amplitude is experienced as loudness and frequency as pitch. The vibration is started by some mechanical movement and this causes a vibration on the molecules next to the mechanical event. When these molecules vibrate,…

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  • The Influence Of Music On The Brain

    phenomenon that affects many and is there for any situation. Whether one is interested in rock, jazz, classical, or pop, it will always be a source of inspiration and creativity. With more than two thousand musical instruments in the world, the ukulele is one that holds a unique sound and an overall blissful energy. The upbeat and cheerful tone it possesses makes it difficult to not crack a smile upon hearing it. While listening or even playing music, one does not typically think about how they…

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  • Noise Induced Hearing Loss Essay

    Do you ever hear your ears ring? Are they ringing now? If your answer is yes to either of those questions, then maybe you should take another look at the intensity of the volumes around you on a regular basis. If your answer was no, then your ears are probably very healthy. However, If you want to stay healthy or you’re trying to preserve what little hearing you have left, you may want to read the rest of this paper. Most people, mainly teenagers, with hearing loss are unaware of the damage…

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  • Symphonie Fantastique Analysis

    Although the horns attempt to be throwing off the melodic harmony and it at first appears polyphonic, a closer listening can determine that the horns are playing the same as the strings they just decide to interrupt and play over the strings. All of the instruments for the most part are playing the same melodic line just at different intensities. The ears are focused on one voice at a time and are not jumping around so it is homophonic. This piece also relates closely from the fugue from the…

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  • Athletic Training Case Study Essay

    travels through the targeted tissue is because it uses longitudinal waves. These waves are affected because the have a high molecular density of molecules squeezed together, creating compression. The frequencies of these waves go from 1 – 3 MHz. When using 1 MHz you get the greatest penetration and 3 MHz is the most superficial. The reason for this is because the higher the frequency is made to go, the less sound waves you will actually get to diverge, but a more focused beam will be created.…

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  • Ultrasound: Chronic And Acute Injury

    used in the athletic training clinic used for chronic and acute injuries. Kenneth Knight and David Draper describe the tool as, “inaudible, acoustic vibrations of high frequency that produce thermal and/or nonthermal physiological effects” (Knight & Draper, 2013). This means that the modality uses sound waves to cause chemical and mechanical reactions in the body. Sonar or sound waves give animals such as bats the ability to detect objects. Scientists have found ways to use the same technique…

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  • Looking Into A Soundwalk In Queen Elizabeth Park Analysis

    Sound is an essential element that encircle our world, information can be gained through listening, which listening is a more advanced sense in that are fundamental to human. According to Helen Keller, hearing is the soul of knowledge and information of a high order. The disable of listening as if detached from the world, sound is also a factor built this nature, as Max Neuhaus mentioned sound has given context to a place. Sound is that important but in the same time too fundamental, the…

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  • Reflection On The David Owsley Museum

    relaxing at certain time. I would have depicted the piece of art as having a green tone color. The yellow was more present because it was very upbeat and seemed like something severe was going to happen. It is unique to me that the picture focuses on a lot of greens and blues, showing that these two combine together to make the art piece seem more intense. This tone color was also bright and put off very extreme force. The dynamic of the song also changed my mood at certain points. Sometime…

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