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The Out of Body Experience Near Death

The Out of Body Experience Near Death

The Out of Body Experience Near Death. UC San Diego, COGS 175 Final Presentation, Group 14 Yasmin Ghochani Gayatri Boddupalli Rosa Sonia Miguel Sayaka Uchida. Presentation Outline. What is a NDE? What is an OBE? Neural Correlates of OBE? How does OBE relate to NDE?.

By tyrell
(384 views)

Elements of Music

Elements of Music

Elements of Music. Intro to Intro to Music. 6 Major Elements of Music. Texture Melody Rhythm Dynamics/Timbre Harmony Form. Texture. Musical texture refers to both the horizontal and vertical relationships of musical materials and is defined by melody.

By xannon
(563 views)

Processing Edges

Processing Edges

Processing Edges. We rely on edges for information about the the uniform regions between them. When we see something, we first look for edges and then fill in the regions, taking the clue from the behavior noticed at the edges. Craik-O’Brien illusion. .

By alaura
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Film History

Film History

Film History. The Beginnings. Inventors. Early film is a result of inventors, not artists. Persistence of Vision. The ability of the brain to retain an image a split second longer than the eye actually sees it .

By sabina
(265 views)

Medical imaging

Medical imaging

Medical imaging. Sound waves - Ultrasound Using the Electromagnetic Spectrum Visible light - Fluorescence X-ray , Fluoroscopy, CT, & Angiography gamma rays - PET (positron emission tomography) Radio waves from nuclear spin – MRI. Visible - interlude.

By brooks
(200 views)

HEARING

HEARING

HEARING. SOUND. Sound is vibrations of molecules Amplitude, wavelength, and purity affect qualities of loudness, pitch, and timbre. HUMAN HEARING CAPACITIES. Frequency (wavelength) : measured in cycles per second, hertz (Hz) Higher frequency creates higher pitch

By megan
(125 views)

Tutorial 3 Creating Animations

Tutorial 3 Creating Animations

Tutorial 3 Creating Animations. Objectives. Learn the different elements of animation Create frames and layers Organize frames and layers using the Timeline Work with scenes Create animations Create and modify motion tweens. Objectives. Apply a motion preset animation Test animations

By aliza
(122 views)

Brain imaging

Brain imaging

Brain imaging. Take a look inside!. NEUROIMAGING. Neuroimaging is the capture of detailed images of the living intact brain as people engage in different mental processes or make behavioural responses. The various techniques can be divided into 2 general categories:

By qamar
(157 views)

panoramas.dk/

panoramas.dk/

http://www.panoramas.dk/. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_S_ux6f1Z_U. What makes a moment important in life?. 1. 2. 3. 4. . What makes a moment important in life?. 1. Your feelings 2. The implications for the future 3. A surprise/unexpected event Confirmation of something

By chinara
(177 views)

Assessment statements from: Online IB Biology Subject Guide

Assessment statements from: Online IB Biology Subject Guide

Be sure you have a solid understanding of action potentials and synapses as you work through this subtopic. . Command terms : http:// i-biology.net / ibdpbio /command-terms/. Assessment statements from: Online IB Biology Subject Guide. Communication via Synapses

By nedaa
(181 views)

Lesson 8: Image Techniques

Lesson 8: Image Techniques

Lesson 8: Image Techniques. Lesson 8 Objectives. Create client-side image maps Define rectangle, circle and polygon areas as hot spots in an image Define image transparency Define image interlacing Use Web-based technologies to create animation Create and manage images. Graphic Types.

By hawa
(86 views)

Communication via Synapses

Communication via Synapses

Communication via Synapses Synapses are a fundamental part of neural pathways as they regulate decision-making in terms of exciting or inhibiting the post-synaptic neurons. Review: Action potentials (AP) reach terminal bud of the pre-synaptic neuron.

By cassia
(128 views)

Superconductivity

Superconductivity

Superconductivity. Characterized by - critical temperature T c - sudden loss of electrical resistance - expulsion of magnetic fields (Meissner Effect) Type I and II superconductivity (vortices) Above a critical magnetic field sc collapses (much larger for type II SC).

By ivrit
(205 views)

Diathermy

Diathermy

Diathermy. History :. The first use of an electrosurgical generator in an operating room occurred on October 1, 1926. The surgery was performed by Dr. Harvey Williams Cushing. Diathermy:. Radiosurgery Electrosurgery: Monopolar Bipolar. Diathermy.

By vinaya
(482 views)

CD’s

CD’s

CD’s. The medium has changed, but the geometry is the same (almost). CD-ROMs are random access devices. CD, compact discs, are geometrically similar to hard disks. The main difference is in the medium is which the data is stored and how that data is accessed.

By jesse
(60 views)

Polysyndeton

Polysyndeton

Polysyndeton. By Caleb Youngdahl. What does it mean?. A polysyndeton is when several conjunctions are used in rapid succession, particularly when they don’t necessarily need to be there. Example. Shakespeare uses polysyndeton’s quite frequently. Here are a few examples.

By rbernadette
(3 views)


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