Why regulate enzymes?
Walter Bradford Cannon, 1915, described: Fight or
flight response is physiological reaction to a perceived
attack or threat to our survival
animals react to threats with general discharge of
the sympathetic nervous system, primin
Lipids in Medicine
Lipids have a hydrophilic end and a hydrophobic end
They automatically form lipid bilayers
Liposomes are models for artificial cells
Lipids are disrupted in the presence of a drug or nutritional
They form spheres trappi
Biochemistry 474 Exam 4 Review
How enzymes catalyze reactions and their specificity
Cofactors (dont memorize the chart but know there are metals & vitamins and recognize),
Understand the energy diagram, delta G, transi
Overly positive self-views
Self-esteem vs. Narcissism
I am a worthwhile person
I am superior, always better than
Superiority; elevated self-concept
Relationships less important; puts
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U.S. Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Addressing Youth Victimization
Joy D. Osofsky
The Coordinating Council on Juvenile
Who Am I?
On a sheet of paper, please write four or five sentences
each beginning with the prompt,
Your subjective perception of your self.
Knowledge about who you ar
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C Foundation of the Leiden Journal of International Law
Indian Courts and International Law
V. G . H E G D E
The approach of Indian courts towards internation
Genetic vs. Environmental
Shared vs. Nonshared Environment
Personality traits do have a strong genetic
component (~35-50%) but theres still plenty of
room for environmental influence!
Components of Variance for a
Are traits fixed and unchanging-or is there development
during adulthood (after age 30)?
In 2000, a researcher recruits DIFFERENT participants of
various ages and compares their scores on the Big Five.