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The Ecological Approach to Mobile Communication

The Ecological Approach to Mobile Communication

VT The Ecological Approach to Mobile Communication Barry Smith Institute for Formal Ontology and Medical Information Science University of Leipzig http://ifomis.de Frank Zappa everything in the world is resonating to the One Big Note Murray Schaefer Tuning of the World

By Samuel
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Design Basics for the Information Designer

Design Basics for the Information Designer

Design Basics for the Information Designer Chapter 3 Introduction What does the future hold for the computer industry? What new advances will present themselves in the year 2002 and beyond? Coming together of the left side (logic) of the brain and the right side (creativity)

By jacob
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Disorders of Visual Attention

Disorders of Visual Attention

Disorders of Visual Attention. Hemispatial Neglect. Cause often a stroke that has interrupted the flow of blood to the right parietal lobe that is thought to be critical in attention and selection. Symptoms: Failure to acknowledge objects in the field contralateral to the lesion

By Anita
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Lateralization & The Split Brain and Cortical Localization of Language

Lateralization & The Split Brain and Cortical Localization of Language

Lateralization & The Split Brain and Cortical Localization of Language. Ch. 16. Outline. The Dominant Left Hemisphere Tests of Cerebral Lateralization The Split-Brain Experiment Tests of Split-Brain Patients Differences Between the Left and Right Hemispheres Broca’s Area Wernicke’s Area.

By ace
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RETINOTOPIC MAP:

RETINOTOPIC MAP:

RETINOTOPIC MAP:. View from above. Perimetric testing to Diagnose field defects. Each eye’s field of View (visual field) is mapped out Can light be detected throughout the visual field?. Perimetric Map shows lower right quadrant blindness (quadrantanopsia) in both eyes.

By irina
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Neurological Pathophysiology

Neurological Pathophysiology

Neurological Pathophysiology. Edema in the CNS. Increase in tissue mass that results from the excess movement of body fluid from the vascular compartment or its abnormal retention in the tissue. Why is this a special problem in the brain and spinal cord? Enclosed space Lack of lymphatics

By ruby
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Refraction

Refraction

Refraction. Light rays are bent refractive index = ratio of light in a vacuum to the velocity in that substance velocity of light in vacuum=300,000 km/sec Light year 9.46 X 10 12 km Refractive indices of various media air = 1 cornea = 1.38 aqueous humor = 1.33 lens = 1.4

By zelda
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The Biology of Mind Chapter 2

The Biology of Mind Chapter 2

The Biology of Mind Chapter 2. Biological Psychologists. Study links between biological activity and behavior Also called neuroscientists, neuropsychologists, biopsychologists, physiological psychologists, behavior geneticists Cells  brain  behavior  environment

By geraldine
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Normal Tension Glaucoma: Who Needs Neuroimaging?

Normal Tension Glaucoma: Who Needs Neuroimaging?

Normal Tension Glaucoma: Who Needs Neuroimaging?. Julie Falardeau, MD, FRCSC Casey Eye Institute Devers Eye Institute Portland, Oregon. Background. Normal tension glaucoma (NTG) is characterized by: Cupping of the optic nerve head Visual field loss Intraocular pressure (IOP)  21 mmHg

By ashling
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A Model of saliency-Based Visual Attention for Rapid Scene Analysis

A Model of saliency-Based Visual Attention for Rapid Scene Analysis

A Model of saliency-Based Visual Attention for Rapid Scene Analysis. Reporter: You Jian. Laurent Itti, Christof Koch, and Ernst Niebur. Introduction. Visual attention: Focus of attention Focus selection Rapid, saliency-driven, task-independent Slow, volition-control, task-dependent. Model.

By mortimer
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Functional Fields of BiOptic Telescopes: Implications for Driving

Functional Fields of BiOptic Telescopes: Implications for Driving

Functional Fields of BiOptic Telescopes: Implications for Driving. Eli Peli, M.Sc., O.D. Professor of Ophthalmology. Acknowledgements. Russell Woods Ivonne Fetchenheuer . Supported in part by NIH grant #EY12890. Keplerian Vs. Galilean Vignetting Ring scotoma Image shift Simulvision

By felice
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Cortical Visual Impairment and other Eye Conditions in Children with Multiple Disabilities

Cortical Visual Impairment and other Eye Conditions in Children with Multiple Disabilities

Cortical Visual Impairment and other Eye Conditions in Children with Multiple Disabilities. By Chris Marshall Education Consultant for Visual Impairment REACH. Content. Eye conditions common in children with multiple impairments The visual system, how it works - WOW What is CVI

By francis
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Neuroscience and Consciousness

Neuroscience and Consciousness

Neuroscience and Consciousness. Neurons. Neurons vary in size and shape All are specialized to receive and transmit information. Synapse. The Neural Impulse. Take it to the Web. Synapses The Neural Process Online Quiz. Types of Messages. Excitatory messages Inhibitory messages.

By jersey
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Glaucoma

Glaucoma

Glaucoma. Prithwiraj Maiti R.G.Kar Medical College. What is Glaucoma?. Glaucoma is a chronic, progressive optic neuropathy caused by a group of ocular conditions which ultimately lead to damage to the optic nerve and loss of visual function. Risk factor of Glaucoma.

By brad
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Visual field evaluation

Visual field evaluation

Visual field evaluation. ESCRS Dr Fiona Rowe University of Liverpool. Goals. Visual pathway anatomy Methods of perimetry use for Humphrey visual field analyser, Goldmann perimeter, Octopus 900 perimeter Visual field printout options

By cai
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Understanding sensory-motor integration

Understanding sensory-motor integration

Understanding sensory-motor integration. ORGANIZATION OF SENSORY SYSTEMS: General perspectives. Sensori-motor integration External senses Localize/Detect and monitor change Less sensitive to unchanging stimuli Tuned…sense modes. Organization of sensory systems. Sense organs

By woody
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A Topical Approach to LIFE-SPAN DEVELOPMENT

A Topical Approach to LIFE-SPAN DEVELOPMENT

A Topical Approach to LIFE-SPAN DEVELOPMENT. Chapter Five: Motor, Sensory, and Perceptual Development. John W. Santrock. Dynamic Systems View. Dynamic systems theory Infants assemble motor skills for perceiving and acting (perceptions and actions are coupled)

By dorie
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Objectives

Objectives

Hemiparesis: The Emerging Role of the Emergency Physician in Stroke Management Edward Sloan, MD, MPH Associate Professor Department of Emergency Medicine University of Illinois College of Medicine-Chicago Chicago, IL. Objectives. Present clinical case history Review Emergency Department H&P

By cashlin
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It has been estimated that 90 percent of information used while driving is visual (Hills, 1980)

It has been estimated that 90 percent of information used while driving is visual (Hills, 1980)

It has been estimated that 90 percent of information used while driving is visual (Hills, 1980) 20 % of U.S. adults mistakenly believe they do not need an eye exam unless they are having trouble seeing . This just isn’t true .*

By adonia
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Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Chapter 6. Vision. Introduction. Sensory receptors – a specialized neuron that detects a particular category of physical events Sensory transduction – the process by which sensory stimuli are transduced into slow, graded receptor potentials. The Stimulus.

By francine
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