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Phineas Gage : A Traumatic Event

- Phineas Gage: A Traumatic Event The case of Phineas Gage is quite interesting, and has been one of few cases where psychologists and doctors were able to study the brain under traumatic circumstances. Gage was a 25-year-old railroad worker for the Rutland and Burlington Railroad. He was an average, nice guy who worked hard like everyone else. Unfortunately, while Gage was working one day, a spark ignited the packed explosives in the rock, and thrusted his tampering iron through his lower left cheek, out of the top of his head....   [tags: Frontal lobe, Brain, Cerebrum, Phineas Gage]

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Adversity By Heachneas Gage

- Adversity. A time of misfortune or distress. It’s like facing a problem that is super difficult to overcome. Many people think that they have gone through the worst—that they they have faced the most problems. But have they met Henrietta Lacks, Douglas Mawson, and Phineas Gage. Henrietta Lacks, Douglas Mawson, and Phineas Gage are all amazing people who have gone through the worst for the consideration of science. Doctors took healthy cells from Henrietta Lacks without her consent, and they then used them for research to make millions of dollars....   [tags: Frontal lobe, Traumatic brain injury, Phineas Gage]

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Phineas Gage Adversity

- Some people think that their life is hard. You have a test at school, your Mom is making you take out the trash. But that is nothing compared to the struggles of Phineas Gage, Henrietta Lacks, and Douglas Mawson. Imagine a metal rod went through your head while working with explosives (like Phineas Gage), or went on a terrifying expedition through Antarctica to discover more land, but became on the edge of death due to lack of food (like Douglas Mawson), Or had cancer that spread so severely that there was scarcely any organ in your body not affected by cancer (like Henrietta Lacks)....   [tags: Frontal lobe, Phineas Gage, Medicine, Physician]

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REVERSIBLE BONDED STRAIN GAGE

- ABSTRACT For accurately measuring thermal strains, particularly on large structures where welded strain gages cannot be used, a reversible bonded strain gage was developed. Basically it is a special polyimide strain gage which is same on both the base side and cover side so that it can be used both ways. It can be used to measure strains at temperatures under 250oC (482oF) of a structure made of aluminum alloys or composites (to which its difficult to weld a strain gage).These gages can be can be peeled after taking required apparent strain measurements in a furnace and can be attached reverse side up at a required point on a structure....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Phineas Gage Suffers a Traumatic Brain Injury

- Phineas Gage, a 25 year old construction worker is known as one of the most famous patients that suffered from a traumatic brain injury. While working at a railroad site, an iron tamping rod (43 inches long, 1.25 diameter) went through his left cheek, through his brain, and out the skull. He surprisingly ended up surviving this traumatic injury. After a month in the hospital, he was back out on the street. Once a nice, caring person, Phineas turned into an aggressive man who could not even keep a job....   [tags: railroad, TBI, therapy]

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Electrical Resistance Strain Gage

- History and Theory of the Wheatstone Bridge A Wheatstone bridge is a measuring instrument invented by Samuel Hunter Christie in 1833 and improved and popularized by Sir Charles Wheatstone in 1843. It is used to measure an unknown electrical resistance by balancing two legs of a bridge circuit, one leg of which includes the unknown component. Its operation is similar to the original potentiometer except that in potentiometer circuits the meter used is a sensitive galvanometer. Here, Rx is the unknown resistance to be measured; R1, R2 and R3 are resistors of known resistance and the resistance of R2 is adjustable....   [tags: Physics]

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Thomas Gage

- Thomas Gage Born in Gloucestershire, England, Thomas Gage born in 1721 was the second son of an Irish Viscount of modest means. Gage joined the Army in 1739. Although no initially describe as an intellectual, he later displayed a fondness for liberal education and sent his oldest son to the university of Gottingen and Berlin to study arts and sciences. Gage first commission as ensign was in 1740 which led to a recruiting assignment in Yorkshire. In January 1741, gage purchased a commission as lieutenant in a regiment under Colonel Chalman Deley, recently known as the First North Hampton....   [tags: Papers]

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Phineas P. Gage

- Phineas P. Gage was born in 1823. He was a railroad construction worker outside a small town of Cavendish, Vermont. On September 13, 1848, Phineas suffered from a traumatic brain injury, which caused severe damage to parts of his frontal brain due to his accident at work. The day of Phineas accident, he was performing his work duties on the construction of a railroad track. His duty was to set explosive charges in holes drilled into large pieces of rock so that they could be broken up and removed....   [tags: Biography]

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MATILDA JOSLYN GAGE: forgotten feminist

- MATILDA JOSLYN GAGE: forgotten feminist Introduced by Susan B. Anthony at the International Council of Women in 1888, Matilda Josyln Gage began her speech with a brief sketch of her early entry into the suffrage movement: I have frequently been asked what first turned by thoughts towards woman's rights. I think I was born with a hatred of oppression, and, too, in my father's house, I was trained in the anti-slavery ranks, for it was one of the stations on the underground railway, and a home of anti-slavery speakers....   [tags: Essays Papers]

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Sigmund Freud's Psychoanalytic Therapy Is the Gage that Measures All Therapies

- ... Jackson’s was defensive when discussion of possible sexual abuse was introduced in the sessions. This was pointed out as the Defense Mechansims, Repression. Therapist find this useful to bring the past experiences to the present, so that the client can begin to be aware. Chosen Model There are several key reason why the psychoanalytic model was chosen. Freudian view psychodynamic model as a way to provide a conceptual framework. This framework is used for understanding an individual’s history....   [tags: anxiety, interaction, relationships]

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