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Memory: A Neurological Viewpoint
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An 8 page discussion of the neurological and environmental processes involved in memory formation and utilization. Emphasizes that the physiology of the phenomena of memory formation is extremely complex. It is a process which is directly associated with the hippocampus area of the brain and involves a number of neurological interactions between the hippocampus and its various components. Injury to the hippocampus area of the brain, whether through physical trauma or disease such as Alzheimer’s, results in detriment to spatial and non-spatial learning, serial learning, memory, and tasks such as passive avoidance performance. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
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Paper Title: Memory: A Neurological Viewpoint

Metabolism; Genetic Basis for Deafness
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A 4 page paper containing 2 distinct sections: 1 page on carbohydrates and weight gain, 3 pages discussing the Cx26 gene (GJB2/DFNB1). This gene is associated with autosomal recessive deafness, ranging from moderate to profound. The paper lists and discusses several of the allele variants of this gene. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSbioGeneDiet.rtf
Paper Title: Metabolism; Genetic Basis for Deafness

Motor Skills Acquisition and Maturation
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A 4 page review of the physiological processes surrounding motor skills. This paper describes those processes from a neuronal level and emphasizes the importance of such techniques as concentration and visualization in achieving optimum performance. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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Paper Title: Motor Skills Acquisition and Maturation

Motor Skills Development: Neuronal Function and the Impact of Cerebral Palsy
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A 7 page overview of neuronal function in relation to motor skills. Delineates the impact of cerebral palsy on motor skill development. Concludes that the exact causes of cerebral palsy are not known. What is known, however, is that the condition is characterized by impeded neuronal function and that this impedance translates to poor motor skill development. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Paper Title: Motor Skills Development: Neuronal Function and the Impact of Cerebral Palsy

Muscle Function in Weight Lifting
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A 4 page overview of the various muscles of the human body that function in weightlifting activities. The author contends that hundreds of muscles in all could be in involved but points out that the most important of these muscles from a kinesiological standpoint are the skeletal muscles that function either in extension or flexation. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Muscle Function in Weight Lifting

Neuroarchitectural Differences in Brain Structure Between the Sexes
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A 14 page overview of the differences in brain structure and neuroarchitectural that exists between males and females. These differences are found in numerous species of vertebrates and, in fact, in human beings themselves. Just what these differences mean, however, in terms of cognitive function is a subject of considerable debate. It does appear, however, that the manner in which males and females process information differs significantly. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: PPsexBr2.rtf
Paper Title: Neuroarchitectural Differences in Brain Structure Between the Sexes

Oxytocin
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A 6 page research paper describing the purposes and effects of oxytocin. Oxytocin is one of two hormones produced in the hypothalamus and released by the pituatary glands. It is called the "touch hormone" because it has been found to be associated with the bonding that occurs between mother and child. Studies using this hormone in inducing labor are reported. Bibliography is included.
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Paper Title: Oxytocin

Physical Strength: What Is It?
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A 5 page paper which examines the condition of physical strength, arguing that physical strength is not merely something that deals with muscle mass. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: RAphys.rtf
Paper Title: Physical Strength: What Is It?

Physiological Responses and Adaptation to High Altitude: The Sherpa
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A 6 page overview of the manner in which individuals from high altitude cultures function in high altitude situations. The author discusses the importance of hematological changes, differences in chest morphology, pulmonary function, and metabolism that characterize these people. Bibliography lists 16 sources.
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Paper Title: Physiological Responses and Adaptation to High Altitude: The Sherpa

Posture: Anatomy, Good and Poor Posture, Ailments and Treatments
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This is a 20 page paper discussing the anatomical aspects of posture, good and poor posture, causes of poor posture, ailments and treatments. Many aspects of the anatomy affect a person’s posture which can easily turn from good into bad and painful. The spinal column provides the basis for good posture and naturally contains three curves which must be maintained. Muscles groups in the upper chest, back, trunk, lumbar region and in the lower extremities all contribute to the maintenance of good posture and when rehabilitation is required all muscle groups and their antagonists must be addressed. While poor posture seems natural to most people, proper posture must be a conscious effort applied on a daily basis which includes aspects in living space, work space and sleep environments. Many afflictions can be the result of poor posture such as migraine headaches, lower back pain, joint pain and nerve damage among others. Other than an awareness of good posture, many treatments are used for the rehabilitation of those patients who have severely bad posture which has resulted in an injury. Of the traditional methods there is exercise, stretching, strengthening and cardiovascular regimens which are applied. Physicians also recommend various perceptual control techniques, and mind-body therapies including yoga, tai chi, and the Alexander and Feldenkrais techniques among others. Selection of these therapies is largely based on the patient’s diagnosis and preference and what he or she is most likely to continue when the initial treatment has been completed. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
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Paper Title: Posture: Anatomy, Good and Poor Posture, Ailments and Treatments

Pressure Points and Human Physiology
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A 12 page discussion of pressure points. Defines pressure points and discusses the physiology behind the various sensations which are associated with either intentional or unintentional stimulation of these pressure points. Provides specific examples of ailments and illnesses associated with several pressure points and discusses the role of acupressure and acupuncture in pain relief and in the treatment of various conditions. Bibliography lists 12 sources.
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Paper Title: Pressure Points and Human Physiology

Primary and Secondary Organ Systems in Movement Across a Joint
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This 9 page paper provides an overview of the movement across the knee joint, including both primary and secondary organ systems. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
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Paper Title: Primary and Secondary Organ Systems in Movement Across a Joint

Protein Synthesis
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A 4 page paper describing the method by which ribosomes synthesize proteins in the cell’s cytoplasm. The paper identifies amylase as being one of the body’s proteins, one so specific that its presence in blood confirms diagnosis of pancreatitis, a potentially fatal disease. Includes one figure. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
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Paper Title: Protein Synthesis

Proteins, Enzymes and Amino Acids
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A 4 page overview of the structure and function of proteins, enzymes, and amino acids. Details how structure affects function. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Proteins, Enzymes and Amino Acids

Psychological Function and the Cerebral Cortex
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A 9 page discussion of the many diverse roles the cerebral cortex plays in psychological function. The author describes this portion of our brain and the mechanisms through which it works. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Psychological Function and the Cerebral Cortex

Research Approaches To Extend Life Span In Lower Organisms
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10 pages in length. The quest for life extension continues to preoccupy mankind's scientific endeavors. Research in the area of increased longevity in lower organisms has produced findings associated with environmental (external) implications (Jazwinski, 1996), the discovery of longevity genes (Varmus, 1997), caloric limitations to produce beneficial metabolic changes (Yamaza et al, 2002) and achieving the same benefits of calorie limitations without the associated depravation by way of molecular mimicry (Anonymous, 2002). Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Paper Title: Research Approaches To Extend Life Span In Lower Organisms

Research Design Considerations for the Evaluation of Effective Management Regimes for Oral Thrush in the Oncology Setting
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A 4 page discussion of the various criteria which enter into research design. The author contends that not only does thrush present quantitative issues into the research environment, it also presents humanistic issues, issues which are sometimes more effectively evaluated with the use of qualitative verses quantitative research. A discussion of methods, methodologies, theoretical perspective, and epistemology is included. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Research Design Considerations for the Evaluation of Effective Management Regimes for Oral Thrush in the Oncology Setting

Research Proposal # 2
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A 6 page paper proposing specific research. One of the perplexing realities of the body of knowledge surrounding some of the paths of differentiation and affinities of specific molecules and specific genes is that they frequently behave in ways unexpected under current theory. Despite the fact that immunoglobulin (Ig) and T-cell receptor genes use the same recombinases, Ig genes are functionally rearranged only in B-cells and TCR genes only in T-cells. The basis for this lineage specificity of antigen receptor gene expression is still not well understood. The purpose of this proposed research is to attempt to determine why the genes are arranged only in the narrowly specified cell types. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
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Paper Title: Research Proposal # 2

Retinal Scan Biometrics
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7 pages. Biometrics is the use of physical characteristics to identify a person. This rapidly emerging technology is becoming more common as security measures are taken to a new level. Retinal scan biometrics uses iris recognition to identify the pattern of the iris that is as unique to each individual as are fingerprints. This outstanding research paper gives a detailed narrative of the emerging field of retinal scan biometrics. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: JGA4eyes.rtf
Paper Title: Retinal Scan Biometrics

Review of the 1998 Article: 'Mission Control - Politics, Not Size, Is the Real Threat to Megaprojects at NASA'
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This 5 page report discusses NASA's Apollo I, Apollo XIII, and The Challenger disasters and whether or not there was a common thread in the various decision making processes that ultimately led to the problems encountered by each of the missions. No secondary sources.
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Paper Title: Review of the 1998 Article: 'Mission Control - Politics, Not Size, Is the Real Threat to Megaprojects at NASA'

Role of Minerals Human Physiology
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A 7 page research paper that discusses the functions of six essential minerals in human physiology: sodium, chloride, potassium, calcium, iodine and sulfur. Then, the writer describes the functions of 3 buffer systems in metabolism. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Role of Minerals Human Physiology

Saccharomyces Cerevisiae (Brewer's Yeast)
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A 6 page overview of the yeast species Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Describes the organism as one which has been utilized by man for over one-thousand years. Typical uses include not only that as a leavening for bread and fermentation for liquor, however, but also experimental utilization in many biochemical and genetic investigations. Comments on the factors which influence the growth and reproduction of this organism in its natural environment and in the laboratory. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Paper Title: Saccharomyces Cerevisiae (Brewer's Yeast)

Sensory Perception
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This 7 page paper provides an overview of the senseory perception involved in experiencing a rose. This paper outlines the basics of three different sensory systems, with a focus on the sense of smell. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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Paper Title: Sensory Perception

Sensory Perception: Physiological Biases from Past Experiences and their Relations to Cultural and Racial Biases
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An 8 page overview of the physiological basis of our perceptions. Discusses the phenomenon of phantom limbs in depth and relates this phenomenon to neurological processes and the structure of the brain itself. Suggests that given the number of physiological processes which can lead to false perceptions it difficult to trust even our own bodily perceptions. Extends this thought to a discussion of racial and cultural prejudices, of ingroups verses outgroups. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
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Paper Title: Sensory Perception: Physiological Biases from Past Experiences and their Relations to Cultural and Racial Biases

Sexual Dimorphism in Brain Structure
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A 10 page discussion of the differences which exist between males and females in terms of brain structure. There is no contesting the fact that there are structural differences between male and female brains. These differences are found in numerous species of vertebrates and, in fact, in human beings themselves. Just what these differences mean, however, is a subject of considerable debate. While brain size in particular seems to be linked to greater intelligence for many species, no definitive proof exists that human males are any more intelligent than human females. The manner in which males and females process information, however, does differ significantly. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPsexBrn.rtf
Paper Title: Sexual Dimorphism in Brain Structure


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