Biology 202 Web Paper 2

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The Relationship between Compulsive Hoarding Disorder and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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Central Pattern Generators and Athlete Training

Central Pattern Generators and Athlete Training

How does a gymnast train his or herself to perform the impossible feats that most of us can’t even imagine doing? Shawn Johnson is a 17-year-old female and not much different than myself in terms of body shape and age. However, there is no way I can even begin to complete the skills within Shawn’s ability:

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Yoga and the I-function

                                                                                          Yoga and the I-Function

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Perfect Pitch: A Central Pattern Generator Leftover?

    In all of my four years here at Bryn Mawr, I have been a part of one of the on-campus a capella groups.  Last year, I had the privilege of being the 'pitch,' or better known as the musical director, of that a capella group.

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        As a child, I remember being comfortable in unfamiliar environments only when my mother was in sight. As soon as she would go to a different room, I would stop what I was doing and follow her. It is now widely known that a parent’s attention, comfort, and touch is very important for normal development. However, this was only possible by pioneering work in the area.

The first experiments in this field were done by Harry Harlow at the University of Wisconsin. Through initial observations, Harlow noticed that baby monkeys who were separated from their mothers were attached to a piece of cloth, which they carried around everywhere. He extrapolated this

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Savant Syndrome: Assessing the Thin Line

Savant Syndrome: Assessing the Thin Line

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