To investigate the effect of strength of current running in a coil on the strength of the
The current in amperes (0.5, 1, 1.5, 2, 2.5)Dependant Variable
Strength of Electromagnet
? We collected the data by counting the number of pins that had been caught by
the electromagnet. We got our results by putting the magnet over the pile of pins
and leaving it for about 10 seconds, we did this in our heads. Afterwards we would
gently raise the magnet up to make sure that none of the pins that we caught did
not fall off. Once we got our results we calculated the average.Control Variable
Control VariableHow do we control
Same MagnetWe will use the same horseshoe magnet
to collect all of our results in the same
place so that it can be a fair test.Same Number of coilsWe used 20 turns on the magnet so this
way the magnetic field would not be
stronger or weaker to make it a fair
experiment.Same BatteryI will use the same battery to conduct all
of my experiments that way when I am
raising the current it will not be too high
nor too low and just right.Same wireI will use the same wire so that the
material of the wire or the width of the
wire does not affect my results.Same temperatureI will conduct all experiments in the
smae room temperature so that it is a
fair test and the results are not affected.Same weatherI will conduct the experiments on the
same day so that it is not too sunny on
one day and then raining on the other
affecting my results.Same currentI will use volts to conduct this
experimentSame length of wireI will use a 3.46m copper wire to conduct
all of our experiments.Hypothesis
The Domain Theory states that a magnet will always have a two poles
which we call North and South. If you were to break a magnet in two
it would create two new magnets with north and south poles….
Freud: Psychoanalytic Theory
Learning ObjectivesAfter reading Chapter 2, you should be able to:1. Describe how Freud’s childhood experiences may have influenced his theory of personality.2. Argue pro or con whether Freud was scientific in his writings.3. Identify and explain the three levels of mental life.4. Describe the three provinces of the mind and their characteristics.5. Explain Freud’s concept of the sexual and aggressive instincts.6. Discuss the importance of anxiety in psychoanalytic theory.7. List the Freudian defense mechanisms and give examples of each.8. Summarize the psychosexual stages of development and their possible effects on personality.9. Trace the development of the Oedipus complex for both boys and girls.10. Debate the accuracy of Freud’s concept of women.11. Compare Freud’s early therapeutic technique with his later approach and explain how his shift in techniques may have permanently altered the history of psychoanalysis.12. Explain Freud’s concept of dreams.13. Discuss recent research related to Freud’s concept of dreams.Summary OutlineI. Overview of Freud’s Psychoanalytic Theory
Sigmund Freud’s psychoanalysis has endured because it (1) postulated the primacy of sex and aggression—two universally popular themes, (2) attracted a group of followers who were dedicated to spreading psychoanalytic doctrine, and (3) advanced the notion of unconscious motives, which permit varying explanations for the same observations.
II. Biography of Sigmund Freud
Born in the Czech Republic in 1856, Sigmund Freud spent most of his life in Vienna. Early in his professional career, Freud believed that hysteria was a result of being seduced during childhood by a sexually mature person, often a parent or other relative. In 1897, however, Freud abandoned his seduction theory and replaced it with his notion of the Oedipus complex, a concept that remained the center of his…
MKT301 Principles of Marketing
July 15, 2016Alex Kipman introduced Microsoft Hololens, moving from virtual reality to what is known as Augmented Reality where it brings holograms into the real world. Only the wearer can see the holograms, but you are not transported into a virtual world; the world is brought to you. The hololens is a goggle-like product that the wearer wears on their head and can manipulate using hand gestures and physical movements around their own environment. There are many other companies that are dabbling into this. Oculus Rift VR is considered “poster child” of virtual reality, with goggle similar to Microsoft’s Hololens, except that you are wearing a “computer screen” on your head and it tricks your mind into thinking you have been placed in a new world. Others like Google Glass, Epson’s Moverio Smart Glasses and Magic Leap are all attempting at getting into augmented reality, but none are as far as Microsoft Hololens in development of bringing augmented reality into, well, reality. Microsoft Hololens has interacted with skype capabilities and took it a step further by allowing a built in camera in the lens to allow the person on the call to see what the wearer sees and help the wearer with tasks such as plumbing, electrical work, etc.
I would not consider the Hololens to be either innovative or replacement products. They are not new and there are other products, as explained, that are similar. The Hololens would not be considered a replacement either as it is not an upgrade to anything that Microsoft has produced. I can see how some would think that this product would be considered innovative since it is considered as the “first fully self-contained, holographic computer”. However I think I would categorized the Microsoft Hololens as an Imitative Product. I think it is this because the idea of producing an “alternate” reality goggle was from the ideas from T.V. shows such as Star Trek, or…
Singer Sonu Nigam raised his iota of respect with
clippings of a couple of personal favourites at a SAHARA
INDIA STAGE-SHOW: Gaari Bula rahi Hain & Yeh DES
PARDES/No.603 D/TITLE/ZEE- SA RE GA MA PA JNR & SNR/ workedwonder. Yeh Des Pardes is a lyric with labyrinthian
proceedings—such a scintillating vocal display, in fact
the voice travels through so many peaks & valleys my
goodness—that I seriously wonder how K had actually
yoddeled away so effortlessly with it. O.K. Sonu, Phir
milenge Chalte chalte (RAB NE BANA DI JODI). SONY’s
Reality show X – FACTOR gave me the surprise of a
lifetime, in fact I couldn’t have asked for more. It was the
ANOKHI ADA of Mr. Vishal sribastav – an autorickshaw driver whose Haal kya hain dilon ka na puchho
SonuNigam [sorry, I failed to miss the fun!] gave Sonu, Sanjay Leela Bansali & Sreya Ghosal steamy eyes
& the stadium a moment to stand together and encourage his Kishoresqueness. Date & time of the
telecast was 31st May 2011 Thursday 9pm. Another memorable telecast of X – FACTOR dates back to 1st
July 2011. It was so charming to watch Sufi group DIWAANA performing Pyar humein kis mod pe le
aaya and getting Sanjay Leela Bansali stand up to acknowledge. It was really cheap
on the part of Sonu Nigam to comment that the composition was too easy for
singers of their stature. Anyway, richest tribute to the song was paid by
Derhadun’s ‘slow-motion king’ Crokroach [DID 3]. Another one Kaate nehin kat te
yeh din ye raat came from the winner Rajsmita. To me, singer Abhijeet who
identifies himself best with “Jani o jani”/No.296 D/RAJA JANI/, at least efforts to
pull it off with true-blue K elan. Himesh Reshamiya was spotted referring K to
highlight occasions/SA RE GA MA PA CHALLENGE 2007/ including his version of the
movie KARZ. A respectful Srikant Acharaya navigates Nayano Saroshi Keno Bhoreche
Joley (Fathers’ first favourite) his neat, nonchalant way/8:30 am E-Tv BANGLA
GAAN LIVE – 4TH Aug 2008/ K performed…
Complexia and Health Expedience Executive Summary
Health Expedience is honored to announce its new pharmaceutical product – Complexia! Teaming with Aruba, Health Expedience was awarded the sole distribution contract for this unique, life-saving treatment. Complexia is hailed as a breakthrough in breast cancer treatment as it has been shown to reduce the recurrent of breast cancer during and after treatment. Using its on demand shipping process, Health Expedience will rush vital prescription medication direct to the patient. From there, Health Expedience will assist patient’s by working direct with prescribing oncologists to provide in-depth data and compassionate patient care. Aruba is also team with Health Expedience to facilitate in ongoing data collection to ensure product maximization and efficacy.
Complexia was recently approved by the Federal Drug Administration for use in the treatment of breast cancer. During clinical trials it was found that Complexia reduced the recurrence of breast cancer during and after treatment from 11 percent to 6 percent recurrence rate in a two-year period. There is great excitement among oncologists and patients and Health Expedience plans to build upon that excitement by hitting the ground running. The sales team, using its extensive relationship with oncologists, will continue to build product awareness and educate the public regarding Complexia benefits.
Product benefits will be realized quickly by patients as well, using Health Expedience’s On-Demand Shipping process; a unique and solid strategy that bi-passes traditional pharmacy distribution methods and streamlines shipment from warehouse to patient. With an expedited turn-around timeframe of 96-hours from the moment a prescribing oncologist enters the prescription into the eRx system, patients will receive their prescription in the comfort of their home. Customer service representatives will be readily available to assist individuals with shipping concerns and…
Beowulf vs. Grendel in Anglo Saxon beliefs The Anglo-Saxon time period that was very strong on the beliefs that life was determined by fate and also that the most important relationship was the one that involved the people’s king and his followers. This relationship was based on trust, loyalty, and many other attributes. The epic poem Beowulf and the novel Grendel both show these beliefs of fate, loyalty to their lord, and the free will of humans.
Beowulf explores the strong relationship between the people’s lord and his followers as well as the idea of fate; which is described was the development of events beyond a person’s control. So that means that whatever happened in the Anglo-Saxon peoples’ lives they could not change it because it is their fate. It stated many times during the epic that it would be his last battle or say something to his followers for the last time. “Then he said farewell to his followers,/ Each in his turn, for the last time:” (Beowulf, 611-612). This shows foreshadowing that it as going to be his last battle and that this was his fate. A time that Beowulf showed loyalty towards his king, Higlac, was when they tried to make him a king and he declined because of the loyalty he had to Higlac. Not only do the followers have loyalty towards the lord, they also have loyalty towards each other. In Beowulf’s last battle versus the dragon, Wiglaf stayed and helped Beowulf fight in a time where he really needed it while the rest of the soldiers did nothing. Wiglar made a speech to those warriors while he held a dead Beowulf. He spoke saying
“I say what anyone who speaks the truth
Too few of his warriors remembered
To come, when our lord faced, death, alone.
And now the giving of swords, of golden
Rings and rich estates, is over,
Ended for you and everyone who shares
Your blood: when the brave Getas hear
How you bolted and ran none of your race
Will have anything left but their lives. And…
Perception of Bilateral Chimeric Figures Following Oculary Obstruction Joel Cann
Our brains consist of billions of neurons, which make up the various cortices, which are fundamental in the workings of the four lobes. These four combine and make two hemispheres that are connected and yet very different in the way they process and output information. The right hemisphere is responsible for the more creative side of our personality, things like music, visual art, humour, spontaneity and other similar traits. While the left hemisphere focuses on the logical side, such as chronology, language, mathematical processing, “common sense,” along with other factual knowledge. With these distinctly different hemispheres working together we usually get balanced results in how we handle situations, but, does one hemisphere over-power another? What would happen if they processed the same information while separatedThe answer to the latter was researched by a number of scientists and psychologists. The base research was done by Michael Gazzaniga and Roger Wolcott Sperry. They researched specifically on people who had undergone surgery to separate their brain hemispheres (corpus callosotomy), which was used as a treatment for epileptic seizures. Because of this separation Sperry was able to determine which hemisphere was used for mathematics and language as well as the hemisphere for drawing and music. Gazzaniga focused his study on the functions of the hemispheres and what parts of the body that each controlled, finding that the left hemisphere controlled the right half of the body and vice-versa, he also studied with people who had undergone corpus callosotomy. Three researchers, Jerre Levy, Colwyn Trevarthen, and previously mentioned Roger Sperry, worked together to develop a new experiment, based on some of Gazzaniga’s work. The hypothesis of this experiment was, as stated in Brain (1972), “…that the two disconnected hemispheres, working on the…
Roman InnovationsRomans were innovative people with lots of achievements and inventions way ahead of their time. With the amount of inventions created by the romans it is believed if all emperors had been as good as the greats Rome would have lasted longer, therefore giving the great architects and scientist of their time to create new inventions or styles. As true as that may be some inventions would have never have happened if Rome hadn’t been challenged or forced into creating new innovations to help romans survive through the struggles they faced due to poor control by some emperors.Roads- Romans created roads to get their armies to and from Rome as they conquered enemies. At its prime, the Roman Empire covered nearly 1.7 million square miles. 400,000 kilometers of roads were built by the Romans, by around 200AD there were twenty-nine major highways going in and out of Rome.
Concrete- Created by the Romans around 2,100 years ago. Concrete was used to build aqueducts, buildings, bridges, and monuments. When 64AD the great fire of Rome forced the city to be largely rebuilt; the fast drying concrete helped them rebuild and recover quickly.
Aqueducts- Although these were not a Roman invention it was an art perfected by the romans. The Roman aqueducts were so well built that some are still in use to this day. Such as Rome’s famous Trevi Fountain, for instance, is supplied by a restored version of the Aqua Virgo, one of ancient Rome’s 11 aqueducts.
Sewers- This goes hand and hand with aqueducts. Unlike the aqueducts the sewers were invented by the romans to help prevent diseases from spreading and to keep the clean and dirty water separated.
Arches- Also not created by the romans like the aqueducts. Even though not created by romans it was improved and used most by romans to the point where it is thought to be created by romans. Most aqueducts were dependent on arches for the slant to keep the water flowing and to use…
SC101 Reflective Essay
9/26/16If I founded my own college or university I would most likely make it mandatory for the students to take at least one art credit. Myself being an art major find art a big influence in life. Anything having to do with art would qualify for a credit. Weather that be painting, drawing, sculpting, or musical instruments. Any one of those would qualify for the credit needed to graduate from my school.
The reason why I would make an art credit the requirement for my institution is simple. There is no better way to have one’s true feelings expressed than through a form of art. As I have learned through countless art classes throughout my high school life, people may step out of their comfort zones when it comes to art classes. It’s a hard process to understand sometimes but the truth is that it is really hard to not be able to do well in an art class. From what I have learned, an art class does more for students than just providing a credit. An art class can break you from the routine of a normal school day life. Instead of sitting around a classroom and working on problems and solutions. A student can escape that daily and mostly boring life style by taking an art class. They have the liberty to do some different things in that time period aside from the ordinary. That’s why I would make it mandatory. Because most students wouldn’t go out of their way to take an art class therefor they wouldn’t know how helpful it may be.
Another reason for why one should take an art class id for the culture in it. Art has been part of human culture since time itself. Most people are oblivious to the art that’s around them in their everyday life. Students don’t realize ow much art they see in a day and don’t know about it. Art has potential to alter the history of things. And without art we wouldn’t know what certain things looked like before our modern day cameras. There are a bunch of famous artist who used significant events…
Paperf jdkdjsic kfksjdjs ejdbdisnc did did d d d The cold war is one of the strangest wars ever. In this war no one was ever killed in combat, and there were no POWS. No, this war was a arms race war, and a war of influence between the two great superpowers. It still could have developed into a full fledged war. It was a very tense time in history and if a war broke out it would have been disastrous.
After the second World War the world was dominated by two superpowers; the USA and the USSR. “The Cold War was a result of this division of power and of the important policy of spheres of influence. In the post WWII-era the Americans thought that the Russians were aiming to incorporate Western Europe (the US & British sphere of The cold war is one of the strangest wars ever. In this war no one was ever killed in combat, and there were no POWS. No, this war was a arms race war, and a war of influence between the two great superpowers. It still could have developed into a full fledged war. It was a very tense time in history and if a war broke out it would have been disastrous.
After the second World War the world was dominated by two superpowers; the USA and the USSR. “The Cold War was a result of this division of power and of the important policy of spheres of influence. In the post WWII-era the Americans thought that the Russians were aiming to incorporate Western Europe (the US & British sphere of