Pain science: discovering the limits of experience - Lindsey Cohen, Candy McCabe, Lance McCracken, E
Members of the new Bath Centre for Pain Research celebrate its launch. The lecture is introduced by Professor Chris Eccleston, the centre's director, and includes an address by Dr Lindsey Cohen and talks by Dr Lance McCracken, Dr Candy McCabe and Dr Ed Keogh.
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The psychology of habit - Bas Verplanken
Professor Bas Verplanken from the University of Bath talks about the psychology of habit and how much of what we do is done at the same time in the same location.
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At the court of the great moghul - Nicholas Fogg
Nicholas Fogg describes life at the Court of the Great Moghul, his campaigns, his foibles and his lasting impact on the history of India.
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3.5.1 Hair cells transform mechanical energy into neural signals

The tectorial membrane runs parallel to the basilar membrane, so when the basilar membrane vibrates up and down in response to motion at the stapes, so does the tectorial membrane. However, as shown in Figure 14, the displacement of the membranes causes them to pivot about different hinging points and this creates a shearing force betw
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Jaco Pastorius Documentary Part 3 of 4
27:52 Jaco Pastorius Documentary fusing BBC radio audio & Google images. He gets to play with Weather Report albaum "Heavy Weather" This is when he "ran out of licks" and then became the best player Wayne Shorter ever heard. Superb Music!
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Perestroika in America
Nobel Peace Prize recipient Mikhail Gorbachev talks April 28, 2012, in Phoenix, Arizona, during an event sponsored by Thunderbird School of Global Management, O'Connor House, Arizona State University, the Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce and Eight, Arizona PBS. http://www.thunderbird.edu
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Common Studio: Danny Phillips, Otis '08, and Kim Karlsrud, Otis '07
Building on their creativity, commitment, connections, and professional skills, these alumni launched careers in art and design..
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9.00SC Introduction to Psychology (MIT)
This course is a survey of the scientific study of human nature, including how the mind works, and how the brain supports the mind. Topics include the mental and neural bases of perception, emotion, learning, memory, cognition, child development, personality, psychopathology, and social interaction. Students will consider how such knowledge relates to debates about nature and nurture, free will, consciousness, human differences, self, and society.


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How Pencils are Made
This 2:47 how pencils are made and how technology is used to create pencils using a variety of tasks.
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Chris Casanova Gardening Tips on Ask The Expert
Chris Casanova answers your gardening questions.
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De presentatie vertelt over het belang van water in het menselijk leven. Het beschrijft de distributie van water op aarde, de eigenschappen ervan. Vinden we hier de regeling van de hydrologische cyclus.


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Geogebra : Merkwaardige rechten in een driehoek
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Stapsgewijze instructie om figuren te creëren in GeoGebra.

Opbouw van de instructie:

  • vier probleemstellingen vanuit de dagelijkse leefwereld;
  • vier werkwijzen, telkens ondersteund door een grafisch …

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Imperial History of the Middle East
Who has controlled the Middle East over the course of history? Pretty
much everyone. Egyptians, Turks, Jews, Romans, Arabs, Persians,
Europeans...the list goes on. This 90 second video shows the various nations who have controlled this area of the world over the last 5000 years. (00:90)

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Macau makes play for mass gamblers
July 1 - Macau's big casino players turn from high rollers to China's mass gamblers, as they bid to sustain record revenues and fend off regional rivals. Jon Gordon reports.
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3.3 Parenthood

The deeply embedded inequalities of marriage were also prevalent in parenthood, reflecting the key role of gender in structuring the inequalities found in both. Under common law fathers were given complete control over their children, while mothers had no rights of custody, care or access if the marriage broke down, or even if the husband died. A man could be adulterous or fail to provide for his family without depriving him of his rights. The Poor Laws provided the only legal requirement on
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1.2 Defining parenthood

As a starting point, we need to distinguish parenthood from parenting. Parenthood is more about the role, social status and meanings associated with being a parent, of bringing children into the world and having children to look after. Parenting, on the other hand, is associated with the activities of looking after children and raising them to adulthood. Parenting can be undertaken by a range of people: a man, a woman, a relative or an unrelated carer. It implies a sustained
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The Tiger is the World’s Super Cat
Graceful, regal, strong and solitary, tigers are the biggest of the
wild cats but carry their weight most elegantly. Their black stripes
across their reddish brown fur help them hide in foliage as they stalk
their prey. They are the only cats that enjoy playing in water, even in
the freezing lakes of the Siberian forests!
At one time, tigers were found across Iraq, large parts of South and
East Asia and Russia. Spread out with nine sub-species until e

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Museumkennis : Verre volken, oude culturen, de natuur
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De site kwam tot stand door een samenwerking van het Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, Rijksmuseum van Oudheden en Naturalis.

Op de homepagina kan je kiezen voor:

  • alle thema's, gaande van …

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