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Deze werkblaadjes dienen voor een les waarbij de leerlingen leren werken met online woordenboeken.

Enkele verschillende websites worden uitgeprobeerd en de leerlingen leren a.d.h.v. de vragen heel wat bij over:

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Introduction

This unit provides a further opportunity for you to take notes using audio visual material. Before continuing to watch the clips, please ensure that you have already worked through DD208_1.

Use the advice and guidance that you learnt in DD208_1 to take notes on the video clip presented in this unit. Use the note taking techniques you learnt, and remember that your notes need to reflect what each video is showing. You need to identify the nature of the debates and the arguments and ident
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5.3 Event-related potentials

When a sense organ (eye, ear, etc.) receives a stimulus, the event eventually causes neurons to ‘fire’ (i.e. produce electrical discharges) in the receiving area of the brain. The information is sent on from these first sites to other brain areas. With appropriate apparatus and techniques it is possible to record the electrical signals, using electrodes attached to the scalp. The electrical potentials recorded are called event-related potentials (ERPs), since they dependably f
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5.1 Introduction

Modern techniques for revealing where and when different parts of the brain become active have recently provided a window on the processes of attention. For example, one of these brain-scanning techniques, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), has been used to show the behaviour of an area of the brain that responds to speech. It turns out also to become activated in a person viewing lips making speech movements in the absence of sound. For this to happen there must be connecti
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2.6 Summary of Section 2

The results of the visual attention experiments we have considered can be interpreted as follows.

  • Attention can be directed selectively towards different areas of the visual field, without the need to re-focus.

  • The inability to report much detail from brief, masked visual displays appears to be linked to the need to assemble the various information components.

  • The visual information is captured in parallel, but assemb
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Learning outcomes

After studying this unit you should be able to:

  • understand different cognitive psychological aproaches used to examine such forms of attention as attention to regions of space, attention to objects and attention for action;

  • summarise the different cognitive psychological approaches undera fairly abstract definition of the term;

  • know how ideas about attention have changed and diversified over the last fifty years and how well they have stood up to ex
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Pancreatitis
This patient education program discusses both acute and chronic pancreatitis, including causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options. It also reviews the anatomy of the digestive system. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
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Intimal Thickening - A Response to Vascular Injury
This animation is a derivative work based on illustration and description of intimal thickening following vascular injury described in the book "Robbins Pathologic Bases of the Disease" by Cotran, Kumar and Collins (1999). It depicts the migration and proliferation of smooth muscle cells and elaboration of extracellular matrix leading to intimal thickening following vascular injury.
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Tinnitus
This patient education program explains tinnitus and provides tips for coping with its symptoms. It also reviews the anatomy of the ear and hearing, causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options for tinnitus. This resource is a MedlinePlus Interactive Health Tutorial from the National Library of Medicine, designed and developed by the Patient Education Institute.
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References

Barnes, P. (1985) E206 Personality, Development and Learning, Unit 1, Raising Questions, Milton Keynes, The Open University.
Bradley, B.S. (1989) Visions of Infancy, Cambridge, Polity.
British Psychological Society (2000) Code of Conduct, Ethical Principles and Guidelines, Leicester, British Psychological Society.
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Salary Range for Physical Therapy Assistants
This two-minute video is about the salary range of a physical therapist assistant. The salary ranges from about 20 to 30 dollars per hour, whereas an actual PT salary ranges from $90,000 to $100,000 dollars a year. Both do just about the same thing but the main difference is that the assistants prepare the patients for the actual PT.
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Carbon Dioxide and the Greenhouse Effect
This video explains the role of carbon dioxide in the Greenhouse Effect.  Carbon dioxide is one of the gasses that absorbs the earth’s heat.  This video provides a detailed explanation of the Greenhouse Effect as a vital process that sustains life on Earth.  It also presents an experiment that shows how carbon dioxide absorbs thermal radiation, mimicking the Greenhouse Effect.  (3:33)
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Time for Me to Leaf: Tree Chlorophyll Chromatography
This video describes the different pigments in leaves and explains why leaves change color each Fall.  It demonstrates an experiment that uses chlorophyll chromatography to prove that every leaf, regardless of its color, has pigments of green, red, and yellow.  (8:44)
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5 Dogs 5 Bones by Todd Parr for Sesame Street.
Todd Parr, author and illustrator, created this short animated film for Sesame Street. Students will enjoy the colorful animation as they count to 5. This is a great resource for the early childhood classroom. (0:46)
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What gives this star-filled night its haunting power? A doomed painter's madness or a carefully planned strategy? Both possibilities are discussed, and inspirations for aspects of the painting are described. A thorough analysis of artists' interests in sky is given.  ( Minutes five and eight contain material not appropriate for younger students.)  ( 12:12)
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