The brain is like a living sculpture, every time you learn something new, your brain is changing in various ways– 1. Neuronal Death, 2. Neuronal Pruning 3. Lateralization 4. Myelination 5. New neural connections (Brain isn’t fully mature until they are 20ish) 
Sensitive periods: is animal studies confirm that early, extreme sensory deprivation results in permanent brain damage and loss of functions, this verified the existence of of sensitive periods in brain development. (Example of kitten/children
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LIBERAL.REV-1820carbonari:found.naplesXIX nacionalist liberals
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Purpose of nutrions:

Obtain raw materials and energy from food.

Inorganic nutrients:Oxygen and water/Organic nutrients:Glucose in organic matter exclusively

Obtaining and consumption of nutrients

Humans are heterotrops:must obtain organic and inorganic nutrients form surroundings.

Oxygen:Thanks to respiratory system. It enters our bloodstream whithout any chemical transformation.

Nutrients in food:Ingerested as complex molecules, after it the digestive system breaks down in to nutrients.

What do we need

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  1. Write about the personality of one of the characters of your choice from one of the schools of thoughts: Behaviorism, Cognitive, Psychoanalysis or Humanism

I’m going to talk about Nina, the main character of this movie. Nina is an obsessed perfectionist, she focuses on her dancing career, her sick obsession earns her external success which translates in having the starring role in Swan Lake, however, Nina begins to show psychotic physical tendencies and appears to encounter various dreams involving

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SET2 A)The European Union is a unique economic and political union between 28 European countries that together cover much of the continent. The EU was created in the aftermath of the Second World War. The first steps were to foster economic cooperation: the idea being that countries that trade with one another become economically interdependent and so more likely to avoid conflict. The union’s founding principles, known as the four freedoms; guarantee the free movement of people, goods, services

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 ENGLISH PARLIAMENTARISM: was the most progressive system of the 16th century. Important because of its influence of the enlightened political ideas. Its roots could be raced back to the Anglo-Saxon `Witenagamot´and the adeversory council of the Norman Kings, the ´Curia Regis´. That Curia evolved to become the Engl. Parliam. where the domiant groups, Aristocracy and Clergy, intervened beside the King in the government of the nation. The first key point in the evolution was the pass of the ´Magna

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