Exposure Essays

  • Learning by Teaching and Increased Exposure in the Classroom

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    Learning by Teaching and Increased Exposure in the Classroom The idea of inclusion or mainstreaming has been around the education community for a long time. Both of these ideas involve including students with learning disabilities in regular classrooms to be taught by regular teachers rather than special education teachers. The difference between the two is that inclusion allows for a learning disabled student to be in a classroom for the majority of their day and mainstreaming allows or a learning

  • Exposure to Violent TV Causes Aggressive Behavior in Children

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    Exposure to Violent Television Causes Aggressive Behavior in Children Abstract: Studies of the aggressiveness in children in relation to the amount of violent television viewed were examined. The results are discussed and a potential solution is proposed which assigns responsibility for the control of television viewing and its effects to parents and children. Television is the most powerful medium the world has ever seen. Never before has it been possible to communicate and so strongly influence

  • Parents Must Prevent Children's Exposure to Video Game Violence

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    Some psychologists theorize that violence is a learned behavior. Children learn by imitation. If this statement holds true, then are we not responsible to mandate the regulation of violent video games accessible to our children? The level of exposure and alarming growth rate of violent behavior being portrayed as an acceptable form of entertainment for children need to end. Children are a blank canvas; what parents, peers and society paint on them will help determine how they will live their

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy And Exposure With Response Prevention In The Treatment Of Bulimia Nervosa

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    Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy And Exposure With Response Prevention In The Treatment Of Bulimia Nervosa Bulimia nervosa is an eating disorder with psychological, physiological, developmental, and cultural components. The disorder is commonly characterized by binge eating followed by inappropriate compensatory behaviors, such as self-induced vomiting, excessive exercise, fasting, and the misuse of diuretics, laxatives or enemas. Patients properly diagnosed with bulimia nervosa endure many

  • The Ethics and Effectiveness of Exposure

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    Exposure therapy has garnered attention for its effectiveness and timeliness to cure diagnoses like posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, and other anxiety disorders. Manuals have been created, self-help books have been published, and online support groups have been developed all for the purpose of establishing an exposure therapy community. Most of the literature around the ethics of it focuses on intentionally causing anxiety and causing harm for the client

  • Exposure Therapy Compared to Other Therapies

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    “Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), specifically exposure therapy, has garnered a great deal of empirical support in the literature for the treatment of anxiety disorders” (Gerardi et al., 2010). Exposure therapy is an established PTSD treatment (Chambless & Ollendick, 2001) and so is a benchmark for comparing other therapies (Taylor et al, 2003). “Exposure therapy typically involves the patient repeatedly confronting the feared stimulus in a graded manner, either in imagination or in vivo. Emotional

  • Anime on TV

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    While the early exposures where largely unchanged, as other, more mature titles where purchased for the US market the editing process began. Due to the US stigma of animation as a strictly children’s medium, shows where edited for language, content, and story. While it is debatable as to whether these changes ruined or improved the anime, it is undeniable that it gave Anime the one thing it needed most to make it in the American market: exposure. Exposure makes market High exposure leads to a larger

  • Loud Noise Causes Hearing Loss

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    me thinking, is it me or can he just not hear me? Well, the truth is that according to National Institute on Deafness and other Communicative Disorders, over 30 million Americans are exposed to hazardous sounds on a daily basis. And that constant exposure is giving way to a serious health problem called Noise Induced Hearing Loss. Today we will learn about the National Health Problem sweeping the nations, begin to comprehend how the ear works and how we as humans hear, we will then break down sound

  • Rocky Shore Investigation

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    Rocky Shore Investigation Null Hypothesis: There is no pattern to the distribution of organisms over a rocky shore. Variables: Factors that affect the distribution of organisms over an area of shoreline are: · The depth of water which may cover an organism at high tide. · How resistant an organism in the littoral zone is to dessication. · How efficiently an organism can conserve water. · The proximity and availability of nutrition. Stations ======== I think that

  • Deaf Education1

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    causes of a sensorineural hearing loss are numerous: nerve damage due to illness, meningitis, maternal rubella, RH blood incompatibility, scarlet fever, absence of semicoclear fluid, cytomeglovirus, chronic exposure to loud noises (industrial work), premature birth, head trauma, drug exposure, heredity/genetics and unknown causes” (Moores 1990). The areas of concern with sensorineural hearing loss are in the inner ear. Community and Culture The deaf have both a community and a culture. While

  • Arsenic Exposure Essay

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    Investigating the Effects of Arsenic Exposure on Gene Expression in Breast Cancer Cells A) SPECIFIC AIMS Breast cancer is the second leading cancer to cause death in women. A combination of factors contributes to the etiology of breast cancer, such as genetic and environmental dynamics [ACS, 2014]. One particular area of interest is the study of metalloestrogens, which are inorganic compounds that can bind to the estrogen receptor and mimic the biological functions of estrogen in breast cancer cells

  • unnatural Exposure

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    For part of my independent study I read the book Unnatural Exposure, by Patricia Cornwell. The book is a murder mystery with a large focus on the forensic aspects of the investigation. The main character in the book is Dr. Kay Scarpetta, a medical examiner form Virginia. She is recently divorced and live in an apartment by herself. She could be described as a workaholic since she spends all of her time thinking and working on her cases. She is always the first person to arrive at the morgue and the

  • Exposure Therapy

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    The risk of being exposed to trauma is not something new to human beings. Humans have experienced traumatic events since the dawn of man. It is just the way of life. Saber-toothed tiger attacks have probably similar psychological effects in people that have witnessed such violence. Some of the first documented PTSD like symptoms go back all the way back to the Greco-Persian wars. During the 17th century, military physicians would use the terms like nostalgia and homesickness to describe soldiers

  • Argument Essay On Breastfeeding

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    uncomfortable. Women who choose to nurse their child in public instead of a bathroom, car or in the isolation of their own home are being harassed, scolded and shamed back into hiding. “I agree that breastfeeding is natural, however it is indecent exposure. A woman walking around with an exposed chest is not something parents want their children to be exposed to; placing a baby in the equation does not change the fact that the woman is still exposing herself to the public.” (Anonymous, 2015) From this

  • Exposure to Death

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    close to them when they passed on because they lived in another state, or my parents weren’t very close to them so I wasn’t really ever around them enough to know them or develop an attachment. (1A) In my life according to the survey I took about exposures I wrote down about fifty or so people, and of those fifty I have developed an attachment with over half of those people. Thinking about that that is quite a bit of attachments to develop in my life so far, I mean if even one of those people that

  • School Newspapers Need Censorship

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    Free speech and free press under the constitution are vital components of the democratic process in America. As a general statement, the guarantee of freedom of expression applies the same to every citizen and includes people of any color, age, race, religion, or other distinguishing factors Private elementary, high schools, and colleges are exempt from violations of student rights because they are at liberty to set their own standards. Generally speaking, public elementary, high schools, and colleges

  • Fritz Perls: Helping Professionals In Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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    According to Alice Boyes, an exposure hierarchy understanding triggers (could refer back to the thought records) and then listing ways to go about exposing yourself to those triggers. For example, a person with social anxiety could put number one as giving a speech in front of peers

  • The Aftermath of UV Exposure

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    As summer fast approaches, everyone begins to make their plans for some fun at the beach. This is time for one to get a nice tan from the UV rays of the sun. Some might get a tan at a tanning salon even before they hit the waves. But is the aftermath really worth the tan? Is there even any way to get a safe tan? The effects of the UV light have both positive and negative consequences on the body. Vitamin D intake and phototherapy are both positive factors. Negatively, UV light can lead to skin cancer

  • Subliminal Perception

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    cz/magic/sublimin.txt.CP852 3.http://trevor.butler.edu/~woodruff/Courses/Subliminal/Bourbon.html 4. SUBLIMINAL PERCEPTION 5. Unconscious Perception 6. http://www.weber.u.washington.edu/~agg/release.html 7. Subliminal Mere Exposure 8. The Subliminal Mere Exposure Effect 9. CJBS: Subliminal Self-Help Sources not cited directly: Reinventing Subliminal Again 10)http://www.hunter.holowww.com/sublim.html

  • The Effects of Sun Exposure

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    system at its best and giving our bodies essential vitamins that we could not live without. The main point is sunlight has a direct effect on a person’s mental wellbeing, physical health, and overall quality of life Some people might doubt that sun exposure can affect someone on a psychological, but the facts cannot be denied. All data aside, you probably experience this on a daily basis. I conducted a survey to see how local weather affected peoples’ moods. 53 people, whose ages ranged from early teens