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9.916 Modularity, Domain-specificity, and the Organization of Knowledge (MIT) 9.916 Modularity, Domain-specificity, and the Organization of Knowledge (MIT)

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This course will consider the degree and nature of the modular organization of the mind and brain. We will focus in detail on the domains of objects, number, places, and people, drawing on evidence from behavioral studies in human infants, children, normal adults, neurological patients, and animals, as well as from studies using neural measures such as functional brain imaging and ERPs. With these domains as examples, we will address broader questions about the role of domain-general and domain-specific processing systems in mature human performance, the innateness vs. plasticity of encapsulated cognitive systems, the nature of the evidence for such systems, and the processes by which people link information flexibly across domains. This course will consider the degree and nature of the modular organization of the mind and brain. We will focus in detail on the domains of objects, number, places, and people, drawing on evidence from behavioral studies in human infants, children, normal adults, neurological patients, and animals, as well as from studies using neural measures such as functional brain imaging and ERPs. With these domains as examples, we will address broader questions about the role of domain-general and domain-specific processing systems in mature human performance, the innateness vs. plasticity of encapsulated cognitive systems, the nature of the evidence for such systems, and the processes by which people link information flexibly across domains.

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organization | organization | mind | mind | brain | brain | domains | domains | objects | objects | number | number | places | places | people | people | behavior | behavior | infants | infants | children | children | normal adults | normal adults | neurological patients | neurological patients | animals | animals | functional brain imaging | functional brain imaging | ERPs | ERPs | innateness | innateness | plasticity | plasticity | cognitive systems | cognitive systems

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9.916 Modularity, Domain-specificity, and the Organization of Knowledge (MIT) 9.916 Modularity, Domain-specificity, and the Organization of Knowledge (MIT)

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This course will consider the degree and nature of the modular organization of the mind and brain. We will focus in detail on the domains of objects, number, places, and people, drawing on evidence from behavioral studies in human infants, children, normal adults, neurological patients, and animals, as well as from studies using neural measures such as functional brain imaging and ERPs. With these domains as examples, we will address broader questions about the role of domain-general and domain-specific processing systems in mature human performance, the innateness vs. plasticity of encapsulated cognitive systems, the nature of the evidence for such systems, and the processes by which people link information flexibly across domains. This course will consider the degree and nature of the modular organization of the mind and brain. We will focus in detail on the domains of objects, number, places, and people, drawing on evidence from behavioral studies in human infants, children, normal adults, neurological patients, and animals, as well as from studies using neural measures such as functional brain imaging and ERPs. With these domains as examples, we will address broader questions about the role of domain-general and domain-specific processing systems in mature human performance, the innateness vs. plasticity of encapsulated cognitive systems, the nature of the evidence for such systems, and the processes by which people link information flexibly across domains.

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organization | organization | mind | mind | brain | brain | domains | domains | objects | objects | number | number | places | places | people | people | behavior | behavior | infants | infants | children | children | normal adults | normal adults | neurological patients | neurological patients | animals | animals | functional brain imaging | functional brain imaging | ERPs | ERPs | innateness | innateness | plasticity | plasticity | cognitive systems | cognitive systems

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Patients watching television at Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee Patients watching television at Florida State Hospital in Chattahoochee

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florida | florida | nurses | nurses | televisions | televisions | chattahoochee | chattahoochee | patients | patients | hospitals | hospitals | lawnchairs | lawnchairs | mentalhealthfacilities | mentalhealthfacilities | floridastatehospital | floridastatehospital

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Red Cross volunteers handing out cigarette packets to patients, ca. 1945 Red Cross volunteers handing out cigarette packets to patients, ca. 1945

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queensland | queensland | statelibraryofqueensland | statelibraryofqueensland | slq | slq | smoking | smoking | tobacco | tobacco | cigarette | cigarette | redcross | redcross | hospital | hospital | patients | patients

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Moral and ethical principles in end of life care

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In many areas of health care, and especially in such areas as palliative care, increasing attention has been paid in recent years to patient autonomy, and the need to respect it. Autonomy has come to be seen as a very important aspect of the interaction between patients and those looking after them, and forms the basis for many ethical commitments, such as telling the truth to patients, and seeking their consent for health care interventions. In this unit we look at quite a wide range of ethical issues. They all have one thing in common, however: autonomy. Each of them is a pressing ethical issue because of our concerns about how best to respect patient autonomy, and about whether it should be ignored or overridden in certain cases.

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health and lifestyle | autonomy | ethical | health | healthcare | incapacity | palliative_care | patients | proxy_statements | Education | X000

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Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/

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The entrance hall of the Laing Art Gallery, about 1916

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During the difficult times of the First World War, art shows continued at the Laing Art Gallery and provided a welcome respite for many people. As the war went on, the Government toured several exhibitions around the country to inform and involve people in the war effort. In March 1917, the Gallery showed an exhibition of Canadian Official War Photographs. Soldiers and sailors were admitted at half price, hospital patients got in free, and all profits went to the Canadian War Memorials Fund. This was followed by an exhibition of drawings by Muirhead Bone, sketched on the battlefields of the Western Front. (Copyright) We're happy for you to share this digital image within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality reproductions and commercial use of the original physical version apply though; if you're unsure please email claire.ross@twmuseums.org.uk

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worldwarone | worlife1914 | twamvenues | tyneweararchivesmuseumsduringworldwarone | laingartgallery | 1916 | shieldfield | newcastleupontyne | interior | entrancehall | sculpture | painting | stand | furniture | glass | display | door | floor | shadow | fascinating | majestic | unusual | artshow | blackandwhitephotograph | socialhistory | march1917 | canadianofficialwarphotographs | digitalimage | england | unitedkingdom | canadianwarmemorialsfund | drawingsbymuirheadbone | battlefieldsketches | westernfront | frame | wall | ceiling | light | exhibitions | tribalobjects | hospitalpatients | soldiers | sailors | respite | wartime | welcomeddistraction | refuge | grand | classical | chain | picture | hook | industry

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The Garden, Longshaw Lodge Convalescent Home for Wounded Soldiers

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This is a photograph of nurses and patients at Longshaw Lodge Convalescent Home for Wounded Soldiers, Grindleford, near Sheffield. Reference: DF.BGS-4-9-8 The photograph is part of a larger collection that offers a rare and intimate glimpse in to the Life of a Wounded Soldier recovering from the horrors of World War One. This particular set of photographs is taken from a collection held at Tyne & Wear Archives capturing the every day lives of the nurses and patients at the 3rd Northern General Hospital, Sheffield and Longshaw Lodge Convalescent Home for Wounded Soldiers, Grindleford, near Sheffield. The photographs were taken between August 1916 and June 1917. A blog about this fascinating collection can been viewed here on the Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums website. (Copyright) We're happy for you to share these digital images within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality reproductions and commercial use of the original physical version apply though; if you're unsure please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk

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nurses | soldiers | firstworldwar | sepiaphotograph | worldwarone | woundedsoldier | garden | socialheritage | patients | socialhistory

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War Time Nurses entertain Wounded Soldiers

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This is a photograph of sisters and nurses dressed in costume for a Christmas performance at 3rd Northern General Hospital, Sheffield. The photograph was taken in December 1916 and offers a caring and humorous impression of the women working in the Hospital. Reference: DF.BGS-4-7-1 The photograph is part of a larger collection that shows a rare and intimate glimpse in to the Life of a Wounded Soldier recovering from the horrors of World War One. This particular set of photographs is taken from a collection held at Tyne & Wear Archives capturing the every day lives of the nurses and patients at the 3rd Northern General Hospital, Sheffield and Longshaw Lodge Convalescent Home for Wounded Soldiers, Grindleford, near Sheffield. The photographs were taken between August 1916 and June 1917. A blog about this fascinating collection can been viewed here on the Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums website. (Copyright) We're happy for you to share these digital images within the spirit of The Commons. Please cite 'Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums' when reusing. Certain restrictions on high quality reproductions and commercial use of the original physical version apply though; if you're unsure please email archives@twmuseums.org.uk

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nurses | firstworldwar | pierrots | socialhistory | blackandwhitephotograph | digitalimage | archives | thenursesofworldwarone | ww1 | worldwarone | wartime | conflict | women | entertainment | uplifting | interesting | unusual | inspiring | fascinating | poignant | costume | sisters | christmasperformance | festiveseason | christmas | 3rdnortherngeneralhospital | sheffield | england | unitedkingdom | humorous | caring | december1916 | hospital | recovery | wounded | soldiers | patients | longshawlodgeconvalescenthomeforwoundedsoldiers | grindleford | august1916june1917 | picture | frame | wall | room | interior | dark | light | shade | window | floor | shoes | dress | fabric | crease | belt | hat | ribbon | mark | tear | stockings | smiling | standing | together | grain | darkness | lips | face | attentive | eyes | flower | hand | hair | show | performance | christmasacrossthecommons

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Mental Health: Violence and safety

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The vast majority of people with mental illness are not violent. However, violent incidents do occur for a variety of reasons in psychiatric hospitals as well as in general hospitals. It is therefore important for all doctors to be familiar with the reasons why their patients may become violent. We need to know how to prevent incidents from occurring - and when prevention fails, we need to know how to manage violent patients safely and effectively.

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medev | ooer | ukoer | mental health | mental illness | violence | violent patients | safety | dentistry | A000

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The Virtual Community of Bradton

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The 'Bradton' project has engaged service users and carers in the collaborative production of web based learning materials. Individual narratives relating to personal experiences of health and social care have been used to inform the development of media rich scenarios that are sited in a virtual community ‘Bradton’. This innovative project has created an inter-professional learning and teaching resource, and a tangible means of engaging with service users. There has been widespread interest in the use of the materials for pre and post registration healthcare education, subsequent to dissemination of the work locally, nationally and internationally.

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jorumcomp10 | healthcare | patients | carers | multimedia | video | audio | experiences | stories | HEALTH CARE / MEDICINE / HEALTH and SAFETY | P

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Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 2.0 UK: England & Wales http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk/ http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.0/uk/

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Service user/carer contribution to student practice assessment

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This material was developed as part of a project to enhance learning in practice for BSc Nursing student nurses. By involving patients and carers in giving feedback on the undergraduate nursing students skills of communication, compassion, maintaining privacy and dignity, and respect for patients, the student mentor/assessor can enable the student to reflect and learn from this feedback. There is the opportunity to revise the text and change the picture in the material to make the tool more appropriate for other nursing and midwifery students.

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Undergraduate | Nursing | Student nurses | Nursing kills | Learning in practice | Mentor/assessor | Involving patients and carers | Subjects allied to medicine | B000

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Communicating with Pharmacy Customers (Unit 251)

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This is a SCORM package and needs to run on an LMS platform. This unit provides the learner with the necessary knowledge and understanding to be able to communicate effectively with pharmacy customers. It covers the importance of effective communication with pharmacy customers, the importance of identifying customer needs, how to meet those needs and how to work within the limitations of their role It is designed as a blended learning unit for study with the support of a tutor or workplace mentor.

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ILRforSkills | science industries | pharmacy | patients | customers | 2WHAM | customer service | complaints | drugs | standard operating procedures | communicating | conflict | SOPs | customer needs | dispensing medicines | prescriptions | customer care | HEALTH CARE / MEDICINE / HEALTH and SAFETY | P

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Communicating with Pharmacy Customers (Unit 251) Articulate file

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This is the unit source file and has been created in Articulate Storyline2. If you have experience with Storyline2 and have a licence you will be able to customise the unit for your own purposes. Please note under the Creative Commons licence if you republish the unit it should be made freely available to others. This unit provides the learner with the necessary knowledge and understanding to be able to communicate effectively with pharmacy customers. It covers the importance of effective communication with pharmacy customers, the importance of identifying customer needs, how to meet those needs and how to work within the limitations of their role It is designed as a blended learning unit for study with the support of a tutor or workplace mentor.

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ILRforSkills | Articulate | Storyline2 | science industries | pharmacy | pharmacy customers | customers | customer needs | customer care | 2WHAM | complaints | conflict | dispensing medicines | prescriptions | customer service | drugs | patients | standard operating procedures | SOPs | HEALTH CARE / MEDICINE / HEALTH and SAFETY | P

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Communicating with Pharmacy Customers (Unit 251) Articulate file

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This is the unit source file and has been created in Articulate Storyline2. If you have experience with Storyline2 and have a licence you will be able to customise the unit for your own purposes. Please note under the Creative Commons licence if you republish the unit it should be made freely available to others. This unit provides the learner with the necessary knowledge and understanding to be able to communicate effectively with pharmacy customers. It covers the importance of effective communication with pharmacy customers, the importance of identifying customer needs, how to meet those needs and how to work within the limitations of their role It is designed as a blended learning unit for study with the support of a tutor or workplace mentor.

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ILRforSkills | Articulate | Storyline2 | science industries | pharmacy | pharmacy customers | customers | customer needs | customer care | 2WHAM | complaints | conflict | dispensing medicines | prescriptions | customer service | drugs | patients | standard operating procedures | SOPs | HEALTH CARE / MEDICINE / HEALTH and SAFETY | P

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9.916 Modularity, Domain-specificity, and the Organization of Knowledge (MIT)

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This course will consider the degree and nature of the modular organization of the mind and brain. We will focus in detail on the domains of objects, number, places, and people, drawing on evidence from behavioral studies in human infants, children, normal adults, neurological patients, and animals, as well as from studies using neural measures such as functional brain imaging and ERPs. With these domains as examples, we will address broader questions about the role of domain-general and domain-specific processing systems in mature human performance, the innateness vs. plasticity of encapsulated cognitive systems, the nature of the evidence for such systems, and the processes by which people link information flexibly across domains.

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organization | mind | brain | domains | objects | number | places | people | behavior | infants | children | normal adults | neurological patients | animals | functional brain imaging | ERPs | innateness | plasticity | cognitive systems

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9.916 Modularity, Domain-specificity, and the Organization of Knowledge (MIT)

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This course will consider the degree and nature of the modular organization of the mind and brain. We will focus in detail on the domains of objects, number, places, and people, drawing on evidence from behavioral studies in human infants, children, normal adults, neurological patients, and animals, as well as from studies using neural measures such as functional brain imaging and ERPs. With these domains as examples, we will address broader questions about the role of domain-general and domain-specific processing systems in mature human performance, the innateness vs. plasticity of encapsulated cognitive systems, the nature of the evidence for such systems, and the processes by which people link information flexibly across domains.

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organization | mind | brain | domains | objects | number | places | people | behavior | infants | children | normal adults | neurological patients | animals | functional brain imaging | ERPs | innateness | plasticity | cognitive systems

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Public health nurse with a patient in Miami

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florida | miami | publichealthnurse | patients | womenshealthservices | midwives | publichealth | nurses

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