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Words are magic...I deeply and strongly belief in the HERE and NOW. Worrying is a waste of time, once you have given over your hopes and dreams to GOD, He is in control and His Timing is Perfect, tomorrow, it's not you to SEE, and past is past, all what's in your hand...HERE AND NOW, Each individual's reality is subjective, it is created by that individual's own mind, therefore everyone of us must be always conscious to this fact..Just try to learn how is to BREATH DEEPLY AND RELAX nothing more nothing less!!!...and remember do not hope anything from needed as you are, just only ask and expect all the goodness from who create the needed...I hope you enjoy reading my word weaving......

Aging and the information process — fawzy’s lucky people

What you do in routine daily tasks from the moment you wake up and open your eyes, you carry out a lot of simple and complex activities that require using the visual system. For some complex are situations in which … Continue reading

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Aging and the information process

What you do in routine daily tasks from the moment you wake up and open your eyes, you carry out a lot of simple and complex activities that require using the visual system. For some complex are situations in which … Continue reading

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How to practice DEEP BREATHING TO REDUCE STRESS

FIRST: Diaphragmatic Breathing (Belly Breathing) Belly breathing, also called diaphragmatic breathing or abdominal breathing, is the process of breathing deeply so that your body receives a full supply of oxygen. While shallow breathing can cause shortness of breath and anxiety, deep … Continue reading

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NEGATIVITY: Can You have Positive life with Negative attitude?

 Neurochemical research have long shown that stress can have a lasting, negative impact on the brain. Exposure to even a few days of stress compromises the effectiveness of neurons in the hippocampus—an important brain area responsible for reasoning and memory. … Continue reading

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The power effects of wild plants: Tulsi

The tulsi or holy basil is an important symbol in the Hindu religious tradition and is worshiped in the morning and evening by Hindus at large. The holy basil is also a herbal remedy for a lot of common ailments. … Continue reading

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The effect of surface detail on object recognition and naming,

  11.6.4.  Colour effects in the two tasks  (recognition vs. naming) of Experiment 7. One of the major aims of experiment 7 was to investigate the effect of colour versus black‑white photographs of rotated common objects. Both in recognition and … Continue reading

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Chapter 8b: General Discussion On The Role Of Depth Cues On Visual Object Recognition And Naming

General Discussion The results of (Yes‑No) response in experiments 1 and 2 demonstrate a consistent difference between “Yes” and “No” responses. The subject in the present study was asked during the recognition task to make either a “yes” or a … Continue reading

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Chapter 8a: Contrasting angles effects in recognition and naming tasks of the Role Of Depth Cues..

13.4.                Contrasting angles effects in recognition and naming tasks of the present study In considering the nature of the orientation function, overall, the results of the present study indicate that first, for the naming reaction times, in five of seven … Continue reading

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References of the Role Of Depth Cues On Visual Object Recognition And Naming, by Dr. Fawzy A. O. Salama, Ph.D.

R E F E R E N C E S AGGLETON, J.P., DESIMONE, R., & MISHKIN, M., 1986,The origin, course and termination of the hippocampo‑thalamic projections in the macaque. Journal of Comparative Neurology, 243, 409‑421. AGGLETON, J.P., MISHKIN, M., 1984, … Continue reading

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