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  • Oral Diseases Dental Assistants Encounter

    Oral Diseases There are several causes of oral diseases ranging from chemical burns as a result of aspirin or tobacco use to hormonal disturbances from simply going through puberty or becoming pregnant. One cause of great concern is microorganisms. From bacteria to viruses‚ there are many pathogenic microorganisms that may be found in the oral cavity. As a dental assistant‚ we should be capable of identifying an abnormal condition in the mouth and making sure to inform the dentist about it

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  • Theories of Attachments

    particular structure of the personality that is motivated by this principle: the id The id is the primitive part of our personality‚ which demands immediate satisfaction; all people pass through psychosexual stages. First stage of psychosexual development is oral‚ thus babies demand oral satisfaction The mother is the first love object because she feeds the child and so an attachment is formed. Freud saw this the first relationship as the foundation the foundation of all others. Infants attach

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  • Good Will Hunting

    Good Will Hunting Personality is a dynamic and organised set of characteristics possessed by a person‚ that uniquely influences their cognitions‚ emotions‚ behaviours and motivations in various situations. Personality also refers to the pattern of thoughts‚ feelings‚ social adjustments and behaviours consistently exhibited over time the that strongly influences ones expectations‚ self-perceptions‚ values and attitudes. It also predicts human reactions to other people‚ problems and stress. The study

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  • hum114 r5 stages critical thinking

    University of Phoenix Material Stages of Critical Thinking Part 1: Stages of Critical Thinking Complete the matrix by identifying the four beginning stages of critical thinking as detailed in Critical Thinking. Stages of critical thinking Stage description Unreflective One is not aware of the role critical thinking is playing in one’s life and the good and bad problems those critical thinking causes. Challenged One is aware of the role critical thinking plays and has ability to notice that

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  • Evaluate the Extent to Which Freud's Theory of Psychosexual Development Can Help Us to Understand a Client's Presenting Issue?

    develops through a series of childhood stages during which the pleasure-seeking energies of the id become focussed on certain erogenous areas. This psychosexual energy or libido was described as the driving force behind behaviour. If these psychosexual stages are completed successfully‚ the result is a healthy personality. If certain issues are not resolved at the appropriate stage‚ fixation can occur. A fixation is a persistent focus on an earlier psychosexual stage. Until this conflict is resolved‚

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  • Oral Contraceptives

    Oral Contraceptives: An Update on Health Benefits and Risks: Components of COCs COCs contain synthetic estrogen and progestin. A selected list of available COCs is shown in Table 1 . The two estrogen components available in the United States are ethinyl estradiol (EE)‚ the most commonly used estrogen‚ and mestranol. Mestranol is a prodrug that must be converted to EE by the liver.[5] No product has less than 50 mcg mestranol because lower dosages have diminished contraceptive efficacy. Most low-dose

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  • Discuss psychological explanations of one eating disorder

    Discuss Psychological explanations of one eating disorder. (8+16) Psychological explanations of obesity include the psychodynamic and the behaviourist approach. Behaviourism suggests three means by which obesity may occur; classical conditioning‚ operant conditioning and social learning theory. There is a great deal of evidence for the behavioural explanation. Classical conditioning is where eating becomes associated with other behaviours that are often routine‚ leading to eating when not hungry

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  • Erickson Stage Theory

    development. More detail follows this overview. Erikson’s psychosocial crisis stages (syntonic v dystonic) | Freudian psycho- sexual stages | life stage / relationships / issues | basic virtue and second named strength (potential positive outcomes from each crisis) | maladaptation / malignancy(potential negative outcome - one or the other - from unhelpful experience during each crisis) | 1. Trust v Mistrust | Oral | infant / mother / feeding and being comforted‚ teething‚ sleeping | Hope and

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  • Sigmund Freud

    making judgments The 5 stages of psychosexual development are the oral (infancy to about 18 months)‚ anal (about 18 months to 2 years)‚ phallic (about ages 2 to 6)‚ latency (about ages 6 to 12)‚ and genital (about ages 12 to 18) stages. If these stages are completed successfully‚ a person will have a healthy personality. Fixation can occur if certain issues are not resolved at the appropriate stage. Until this conflict is resolved‚ a person may remain in this particular stage (Krapp‚ 2005). In the

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  • Oral Hygiene and Healthy Teeth

    TEETH All of us might not be aware of this but teeth plays a very important part in our bodies and are also essential for our survival and quality of life. They are what makes us able to speak‚ chew our food as well as giving us self-confidence needed in our daily lives. Teeth are meant to last us for the rest of our lives once we get our permanent set of teeth. Thus‚ taking care of our teeth is crucial. If we do not take good care of them from the start‚ it will lead to tooth decay‚ pain‚ tooth

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