Traumatic Brain Injury in the War Zone
Susan Okie, M.D.
Sergeant David Emme, a supply officer with a U.S.
Army Stryker Brigade, was stationed at a submachine gun on a truck rolling through northern Iraq
last November, in a convoy transporting
Carroll, L. J., Cassidy, D., Holm, L., Kraus, J., & Coronado, V. G. (2004). Methodological Issues
and Research Recommendations for Mild Traumatic Brain Injury. Uppsala, Sweeden:
Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. http:/dx.doi.org/10.1080/16501
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March 09, 2013
AP World, Period 1
Chapter 23: Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World
I. Prelude to Revolution: The Eighteenth Century Crisis
Rivalry among the European powers intensified in the early 1600s as the Dutch attacked
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Qualitative Section: Please respond to the questions in this section with little to no math. Instead
use verbal responses about what
English Outline, Boxing
Although one can argue boxing is a violent and dangerous sport that can result in
traumatic injury to many, this rarely happens and many valuable lessons can be learned through
participation. However, boxing rul
Reading/Preparation Time: 1 evening
Writing Time: 1 full class period
The following task is based on the accompanying nine sources.
This assignment requires that you integrate 5 of these sources in to a coherent, effectiv
Cholesterol Project Experiment Analysis
Stein Pd. 3
The three requirements for an experiment are comparison, randomization, and
replication. I state comparison, not control, because a control is not necessary in an experim
Freedom to Fight
Thesis: The right to express our valor, courage, strength, and raw emotion within the
safety of a boxing ring is protected by our great American Constitution.
Paragraph 1: Although it may seem weird to think this way, boxers are heroes le
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Note: Figure not drawn to scale.
Coherent monochromatic light o f wavelength A in air is
WEEKEND AP REVIEW HW PACKET #19 KEY
d. What are the magnitude and direction of the electric field at the point
midway between the two objects?
1987B2. Object I, shown above, has a charge of + 3 x 10-6 coulomb and a
mass of 0.0025 kilogram.
CHAPTER 24 HW/ Practice Problems
1) A particular color of light is passed through the double-slit shown below. The distance
between the slits d = 1.40 x 10-4 m, and the length from the slits to the screen is L = 2. 50 m. The
second-order bright fr
AP Physics - Light Wrap Up
Here beith the equations for the light/optics deal. There are several of them, but not nearly
Here we have the equation for the velocity of a wave as a function of frequency
This is the equati
AP Physics B Constructing Energy Level Diagrams using Hydrogen
Purpose: To view emission spectral lines from hydrogen atoms that have been excited
and use the observed wavelengths to calculate energy values that correspond to each
(1) (10 points) An experimenter determines that when a beam of monoenergetic
electrons bombards a sample of a pure gas, atoms of the gas are excited if the kinetic
energy of each electron in the beam is 3.70 eV or greater.
(a) Determine the deBroglie wave
1. A monatomic gas is illuminated with visible light of wavelength 400 nm. The gas is observed to absorb
some of the light and subsequently to emit visible light at both 400 nm and 600 nm.
a. In the box below, complete an energy level diagram that would b
AP* Modern Physics Free Response Questions
PHOTONS, THE PHOTELECTRIC EFFECT, COMPTON SCATTERING, X-RAYS
In a photoelectric experiment, radiation of several different frequencies was made to shine on a metal surface
and the maximum kinetic energy o
Book Review Assignment
Read a book related to your research field of interest. Write a book review. A book
review is different than a standard book report. The purpose of the book review is
not simply to report on the contents of a book (although this wil