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    • PHOTOGRAPHY 29 successfully integrating a “life in time” (p.117) will create a coherent and understandable narrative for the audience (McAdams, 2006). Persuasive/Applied Narratives Green and Brock (2000) assert that, “the power of narratives to...
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    • 6 U.S. TV SHOW’ INFLUENCE IN CHINA anti-terrorism after 911. Second, it successfully created an ideology of the United States of America, which is a heaven of human beings. U.S. became the embodiment of justice in the 24 Hours. Strong nationalism,...
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    • DECLARATIVE KNOWLEDGE AND ACCELERATION 37 Hunter, J. P., Marshall, R. N., & McNair, P. J. (2005). Relationships between ground reaction force impulse and kinematics of sprint-running acceleration. Journal of Applied Biomechanics, 21(1),...
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    • Emotional Manipulation and Psychopathy 6 Lukas, Qunaibi, Schuerkens, Kunert, Freese, Flesch, Mueller-Isberner, Osterheider & Sass, 2001). Electrodermal responses are believed to be a marker for fear. They found that, in contrast to non-psychopaths,...
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    • EFFECTS OF ATTENTIONAL FOCUS ON SOCCER KICK 22 The anticipation of an intended movement outcome decreases the reaction time required to perform the action, typically resulting in a more skilled performance (Schmidt & Lee, 2014). Anticipating the...
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    • 4.2 Amplification/STR Analysis ........................................................................ Pages 28-29 Chapter 5 :...
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    • Chelex extraction methods are simpler and much faster than organic extraction. Chelex is an ion-exchange resin which means that it is made up of ions that act as chelating groups and bind to metal ions like magnesium. This removes magnesium from...
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    • DNA are recovered, but it is degraded, it could be impossible to identify someone. This is why DNA quality is more important than DNA quantity in this project. DNA quality will be measured by counting the number oflod that are amplified, with...
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    • start building the strand by copying the desired sequence using deoxynucleotide triphosphate (DNTP's) that we have added to the reaction mixture. Most PCR reactions have 25-35 of these cycles, allowing the number of DNA copies to double with each...
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    • EFFECTS OF ATTENTIONAL FOCUS ON SOCCER KICK 30 processes (Wulf et al., 2001). Wulf et al. tested this theory by a studying a dynamic balance task performed under internal and external conditions. Two groups of participants stood on a stabilometer,...
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    • reaction. The 13 core STR loci used in the United States are: CSF1PO, FGA, THO 1 , TPOX, VWA, D3S1358, D5S818, D7S820, D8S1179, D13S317, D16S539, D18S51, and D21S11. These thirteen lod have been chosen because of their high discriminatory power,...
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    • EFFECTS OF ATTENTIONAL FOCUS ON SOCCER KICK 31 variability, and a lower frequency of movement adjustments, which are all consistent with internally focused attention (Vance et al., 2004). Although the degree to which attentional focus influences...
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    • 2.5 QUANTIFICATION Following the extraction procedure, the samples were quantified using a Roche 480 Lightcycler real-time PCR machine, Indianapolis, IN, with a Plexor HY quantification kit from Promega Corporation, Madison WI [7]. Prior to using...
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    • had a chance to air dry, it was re-suspended in 20 ~of sterile 'IE buffer. The samples were then frozen for future use [12]. These concentrated samples were used to continue on with amplification and STR analysis. 2.7 AMPLIFICATION Once this was...
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    • MINDSETS AND YOUNG STUDENTS 8 Chapter Two Literature Review How students learn, why they learn, and how successful at learning they become originates from within each student. Cognitive ability plays a crucial role in academic success. However,...
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    • 38 mandated assessments would carry more weight in the SUCCESS Academy school community. Both the school’s instructional model and recent scores on state assessments support this assumption. Because of the unique Montessori model at Gateway...
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    • strategies to fill in the gaps” (Lennon and Burdick, 2004, p.9). Every text is assigned a Lexile level, and then students are able to appropriately select books to read based on their level. “A Lexile text measure is based on the semantic and...
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    • "KH, ]G, TW,Volunteer Initials; RW, Right Wrist; MTH,Mouth; pas, Positive epithelial cell control; HB, Human Blood on Duct tape (positive Control); NEG,Negative control; lJNKN, Unknown epithelial cell sample ~T,NoTarget; OC,Overconcentrated; BT,...

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