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Immobility Fall 2006 By: Lee Resurreccion

Immobility Fall 2006 By: Lee Resurreccion

Causes, Effects, Complications, Technologies, and Prevention. Immobility Fall 2006 By: Lee Resurreccion. Definition: Immobility. Immobility refers to a reduction in the amount and control of movement a person has. By: Kozier, et. al. p. 847.

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Immobility Fall 2006 By: Lee Resurreccion

Immobility Fall 2006 By: Lee Resurreccion

Causes, Effects, Complications, Technologies, and Prevention. Immobility Fall 2006 By: Lee Resurreccion. Definition: Immobility. Immobility refers to a reduction in the amount and control of movement a person has. By: Kozier, et. al. p. 847.

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Immobility By: Lee Resurreccion

Immobility By: Lee Resurreccion

Causes, Effects, Complications, Technologies, and Prevention. Immobility By: Lee Resurreccion. Mr. Jones is a 75 year old male. Up in a chair TID. Post CVA with right side paralysis. PRN Ativan 0.5 mg-1mg IVP for agitation. Foley inserted yesterday. A/O X 3, on and off confused.

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Sensory Perception

“It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” Henry David Thoreau. Sensory Perception. “The Blind Men and the Elephant” by John Godfrey Saxe (Indian Legend, metaphor, genius.) Beau Lotto: Optical Illusions. Define sensory perception:

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Sensory Perception

Sensory Perception

Unit 2: Theory of Knowledge. Sensory Perception. If you had to choose one sense to give up permanently, which would it be and why? . Journal 9/11. “Common sense realism” Perception is passage and straightforward Accurate picture of reality

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Sensory Perception

Sensory Perception

Sensory Perception. Overview of the next few weeks. How the brain & body communicate Week 2: Sensory Perception Week 3: Information Processing Week 4: Cognition & Motor Action Week 5: Review and Exam 1. Ascending vs. Descending Pathways.

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Sensory Perception

Sensory Perception

Sensory Perception. Lateral line system - Eyes - fish often have excellent vision Otoliths in contact with hairlike fibers. Schooling. Behaviorally based aggregation of fish Most tightly schooling species have silvery sides, which would confuse predators

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SENSORY PERCEPTION OF FOOD

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SENSORY PERCEPTION OF FOOD. Evaluation --- Ch 3. Sensory evaluation. The sum of a food’s :. Influences on likes and dislikes. Physical (genetic differences) Psychological (taste bias created from past experiences) Cultural ( religion, region, lifestyle, beliefs) Environmental

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Unit 6: Sensory Perception

Unit 6: Sensory Perception

Unit 6: Sensory Perception. Foods I “You eat with your eyes.”. Sensory Perception. The ability of the eyes, nose, mouth, and skin to gather information and evaluate the environment. The Presentation.

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Sensory Delays and Simultaneity Perception

Sensory Delays and Simultaneity Perception

Sensory Delays and Simultaneity Perception. Marieke Rohde Interview EPSRC LSI fellowship 11.03.2008 Swindon. Previous Track record. Marieke Rohde (fellow): Education interdisciplinary: BSc Cognitive Science, MSc EASy , DPhil CS&AI.

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