Case Study 1: Stroke on left side of brain
-In Jill Bolte Taylors case, she says that she felt total loss of control over her right arm. This
must mean that the left side of her brain has been affected by a stroke. This causes the motor
skills that are co
The light that is being reflected from the boat is going through your pupil, lens, vitreous humor, ganglion
and bipolar cells, and finally your rods and cones. The layer od rods and cones is also called the photo
receptor layer. The message is tran
Improper Functioning Of The Visual System
- Since the visual system is very important to the body, the lack or impairment of it may
result in a different experience when getting hit with a ball. Of course, the pain will be the
same. If you were b
5 Areas I Feel Comfortable In
Describe and compare different theoretical approaches in explaining behavior
Recognize the strengths and limitations of applying theories to explain behavior.
Identify Major historical figures
Differentiate types of research
Hyperactivity in Children
Below are the guidelines used for an experiment used to find out whether the drug (Totally Real
drug name, TRDN for short) affected the amount of hyperactivity in children.
First, you will need a group of young children to conduc
1. There was one room left out of the floor plan. That was the patio. I probably forgot it
since I never go out there.
2. There was no large pieces of furniture left out. Weve lived in this house for a while and
the floor plan rarely
Case 1: Unethical
The whole thing went downhill after using "destroy" and "brain" in the same sentence. Severely
damaging the brains of 20 rats and then making them navigate through an electric grid seems like
overkill. You don't need to use 10 rats a sem
Circus Entertainers rely on these senses in order to perform well. Circus entertainers need
Kinesthesis, Vestibular system and Touch. These three senses help circus entertainers a lot.
Without the Kinesthetic sense, they wouldn't know w
Random Sampling Problems
1. Students were not randomly sampled. The students had no chance of being in the other group.
2. The teachers were not randomly sampled. The teachers were chosen to represent a topic from a
group of teachers that wanted to partic
Dallas Buyers Club
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1. Water Homeostasis
The body maintains a balance of water intake and output by a series of negative feedback loops invo
Overview of Cell Parts
-som - body
Now we are ready to review the cell
What is in the cell?
Most of the
Chapter 27 Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Homeostasis
What is approximate volume of each of your body fluid compartments?
ECF 19 liters
ICF 23 liters
How are the routes of water gain and loss from the body regulated?
Problem Set 3
Endocrine glands - glands of the endocrine system that secrete their products, hormones,
directly into the blood rather than through a duct. The major glands of the endocrine system
include the pineal gland, pituitary gla
Half Life number
Number of Nuclei in the sample
Number of Nuclei in the Sample
That Have Decayed
1. For the sample to have 1/8 of the radioactive nuclei left
Resistance value: 0.27 Ohms
The relationship between voltage and current is that the voltage is the potential source of
energy and the current is what helps the energy go where it needs to go.
The resistance that I chose was 0.27 ohms and the slope of my
Explore How Lady Macbeth changes over the course of the play.
Over the course of the play Lady Macbeth has changed. There have been events in the play that
have caused a change of character and a change of perspective. She went from an ambitious person wh
Angle of Incidence
Index of Refraction of
Angle of Refraction
Mystery A, Trial 1
Mystery A, Trial 2
Mystery B, Trial 1
Mystery B, Trial 2
Angle of Inc
1. They are different in the fact that energy
Based off of what she is saying and including her body language and tone of voice, it is apparent
that Lady Macbeth is trying to manipulate Macbeth. She is just telling him what he wants to hear in
order to get the outcome that she t
Radial Distance (m)
Tangential Velocity (m/s)
Angular Momentum (kg m2/s)
(in red above the rotating ball)
1. The angular momentum remains constant due to the la
Hypothesis: All of the collisions will experience conservation of momentum
Elastic Collision between carts of equal mass:
1. Define gravity.
The pull towards the center of the earth
2. What is the difference between mass and weight?
Weight is the measure of gravitational attraction of an object while mass is the
amount of matter in an object.
3. How does mass affect the moti
It's a 27 kilometer long ring-shaped tunnel made mainly of superconducting
magnets which sits 100m underground. It accelerates particles.
Scientists were observing the Higgs Boson indirectly. Physicists could not hope,
however, to see the Higgs boson d
1. 9.8 m/s
2. 1.6 m/s
3. 3.6 m/s
In Trial 1 the textbook and the paper fell and landed at the same time. In Trial 2, the textbook landed
before the paper did. The difference between the two trials is that in Trial 1, the only force acti
1. The graph has a line shape. The graph reveals that the relationship between the position and
time of the ball is linear.
What does the lion represent? Why would the rulers of England include so many of them on the Coat of
What does the fleur-de-lis represent? Why is it featured on the Coat of Arms of British rulers?
Why is the Irish harp featured on the Coat of Arms?