Exilpresse digital : Deutsche Exilzeitschriften 1933-1945
Exilpresse digital: Deutsche Exilzeitschriften 1933-1945 is an online project published by the German National Library and based on collections of the Exiled Germans Archive, 1933-1945 at the German Library in Frankfurt am Main and related collections of exile literature in Leipzig. These collections contain a total of about 30,000 individual publications and volumes and some 900 periodical titles; a portion of this total was digitized between 1998 and 2003. Around thirty periodicals from the
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Samuel Farber: "Cuba Today: Current Trends and Future Developments"

SAMUEL FARBER was born and raised in Cuba and received his Ph.D. in
Sociology from the University of California, Berkeley in 1969. He has
written numerous books and articles on Cuba including Revolution and
Reaction in Cuba, 1933-1960, and most recently, The Origins of the
Cuban Revolution Reconsidered published by the University of North
Carolina Press in 2006. He is currently working on a book on Cuba since
the 1959 Revolution for Haymarket Press. He is a
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An Essay on Economic Theory
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026 Hydrogen part 2 Emission Spectra
Twenty sixth lecture in Professor James Binney's Quantum Mechanics Lecture series given in Hilary Term 2010
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KENWOOD HOUSE, THE IVEAGH BEQUEST, London. "Lady Hamilton as a Vestal" (copy after) George ROMNEY (1734-1802).


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Learning the Hindi Letters – Lesson 8 – Review of the Vowels
This is the eighth lesson in a series of basic episodes to teach Hindi from the beginning. If you are already studying Hindi, it can provide a good review. If [...]
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Depositing files in JorumOpen
This short video demonstrates how to deposit files, such as documents, presentations, audio and video files into JorumOpen, the Jorum collection for Open Educational Resources (OER). A separate video is available on depositing web links. This is one of a series of vidcasts on using JorumOpen, including searching for resources. A suitable MP4 player is needed to view this video.
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1909-11-28: A Woman Inventor Who Plans - and Expects - To Fly
This image is a newspaper clipping about E. Lilian Todd and the airplane she designed and that Mrs. Sage financed.,E. Lilian Todd was an unusual woman for her day, or ours. From a modest background and largely self-educated, she became a stenographer and then worked for a firm of patent attorneys in Washington, D.C. But in her spare time, she designed and built model planes and by 1906 she had developed a model biplane and was seeking a sponsor to enable it to be built and test-flown. Olivia Sag
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2.2 Classical conditioning

Ivan Pavlov (1849–1936) was a Russian neurophysiologist who studied the physiology of digestion. During this research he noticed that hungry dogs would salivate at the mere sight of the attendant who brought the food. He used this seemingly minor observation to develop his theory of classical conditioning (see Box 2). Classical conditioning is the learning of an association between a reflex behaviour and a previously unrelated environmental stimulus.

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Measuring peak flow
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A Comparative Study of the Demography of Human Populations
In this exercise students evaluate and discuss the social implications of biological information and principles. Each small group collects demographic data about a country of their choice from three databases. They use Excel to graph the age structure and population growth of their chosen country. After collecting and organizing this demographic information, as well as related socio-economic data, each group prepares a poster describing their country. In the poster session, students evaluate rel
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Even Human Beings are ODD!
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2.3 Operant conditioning

According to behaviourism, all behaviour is learned and maintained by its consequences. B. F. Skinner (1905–1990) devised apparatus and methods for studying these effects. Figure 3 shows a ‘Skinner Box’ designed for use with a rat. The early behaviourists often examined animal learning and then extrapolated it to human learning. This was because they proposed that the fundamental principles of learning underpin
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