MEDICINE COLLEGE

Behavioral and cognitive theorists propose that people who develop narcissistic personality disorder may have been treated: too positively in early life. too negatively in early life. either too positively or too negatively in early life. ambiguously and neglectfully in early life.

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Answer 1
Answer:

Answer:

Option (1).

Explanation:

Behavioral and cognitive theory is mainly based on clinical-experimental approach. The behavioral and cognitive scientist mainly involve in training and research to cope with wide range of problems.

Narcissistic personality disorder is a type of mental disorder in which the individual need excessive attention, admiration and lack of empathy for other people. The people suffers from this disease are too positively in their early life.

Thus, the correct answer is option (1).


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MIDDLE SCHOOL

(psychology) Evaluating the solution is the last step of the problem solving process. Please select the best answer from the choices provided
true or false.

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Answer:

its actually true on edg.

Explanation:

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true :)

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COLLEGE

Distinguish between isometric and isotonic contraction, and give examples of each.

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Answer:

Isometric contraction:

Isometric contraction does not  change the length of the muscles. Tension increases during the contraction of isometric muscles. The external work is not down in this type of contraction. Contraction produced when an individual lift the heavy weight is an example of isometric contraction.

Isotonic contraction:

Isotonic contraction decreases the length of the muscle. Tension remains same during this type of contraction. The external work is down in the isotonic contraction. Contraction produced when an individual actually lifts the weight is an example of isotonic contraction.

COLLEGE

Which location is the most likely site of smooth muscle? A) axial skeleton
B) appendicular skeleton
C) heart wall
D) vascular walls

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Answer:

The correct option is D) vascular walls

Explanation:

There are three types of muscles present in our body-

1. skeletal muscle : it is a voluntary muscle, which is attached to the bones and effects the posture and the skeletal movement. Skeletal muscles are divided into - axial muscles (present in the axial skeleton) and appendicular muscles (present in the appendicular skeleton).

Therefore, skeletal muscles are present in the axial skeleton and the appendicular skeleton.

2. cardiac muscle : it is an involuntary muscle, which constitutes the tissues of the walls of the heart.

Therefore, cardiac muscles are present in the heart wall.

3. smooth muscle : it is also an involuntary muscle, present in the walls of the hollow organs, such as uterus, bladder, stomach, blood vessels etc.

Therefore, smooth vessels are present in the vascular walls of the blood vessels.

Therefore, the most likely location of smooth muscle is vascular walls

COLLEGE

Describe the following: Nuclear envelope
Nucleus
Plasma membrane
Rough endoplasmic reticulum
Ribosomes
Golgi Apparatus
Peroxisome
Intermediate Filaments
Microtubule
Microfilament
Microvilli
Centrosome Matrix
Centrioles
Mitochondrion
Lysosome
Cytosol
Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
Nucleolus
Chromatin

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Answer:

Nuclear Envelope: In eukaryotic cells, nuclear envelope (nuclear membrane) surrounds the nucleus and protect genetic material. it consist of two lipid bilayer membranes an outer nuclear membrane and inner nuclear membrane.

Nucleus: Nucleus is an membrane-bounded organelle that is responsible for the functions to control gene expression and DNA replication during cell cycle.

Plasma membrane: Plasma membrane (cell membrane) is a phospholipid bilayer that surrounds the cell. It is selectively permeable in nature to ions and  organic molecules and that regulates movement of substances across the cell.

Rough endoplasmic reticulum: Rough endoplasmic reticulum is an organelle that is made up of tubules, vesicles and cisternae and responsible for protein synthesis in eukaryotic cells.

Ribosomes: Ribosomes found within all living cells, made up of  RNA (Ribonucleic acid) and associated proteins and serves as the site of biological protein synthesis.

Golgi Apparatus: Golgi Apparatus is defind as a vesicles and folded membranes in the cytoplasm that function in sorting, modifying and packaging of proteins for secretion.

Peroxisome: Peroxisome is an organelle present in the cytoplasm and functions in breaking down fatty acids used in the formation of membrane and as fuel for respiration.

Intermediate Filaments: Intermediate Filaments are cytoskeletal structure that contribute in cell shape, and cell and organelle motility.

Microtubule: Microtubule are polymers of tubulin which forms part of the cytoskeleton and functions in supporting and give shape to the cell.

Microfilament: Microfilament are the part of cytosketal system that are made up of actin polymer and serves as the track for the movement of motor proteins called myosine.

Microvilli: Microvilli are the finger like projection on the surface of some cells that functions in the absorption and secretion of nutrients by  increasing the surface area of the cell.

Centrosome Matrix: Centrosome Matrix are defined as the network of small fibers surrounding the centrioles in cells and responsible in organizing microtubules, cell division, and provide structure for the cell.

Centrioles: Centrioles are the cell organelles present in the eukaryotic cell made of protein tubulin which is surrounded by shapeless mass of dense material celled as pericentriolar material.

Mitrochondria: Mitochondria is known as the power house of the cell which is double membrane bound organelle. It stores the energy which is required by the cells of the body.

Lysosome: An organelle which is present inside the cell to store the degrated substances inside the cell.

Cytosol: The aqueous component of the the cell which has various cell organelles and particles dissolve in it.

Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum: It is a meshwork membrane which is found in both plant and animal cell. Its main function is to make cellular products like hormones and lipids.

Nucleolus: It is found in the nucleus of the eukaryotic cell which is found during interphase. It is the largest part of nucleus which is the site for ribosome biogenesis.

Chromatin: It is a complex structure made of DNA and protein which helps in the packing very long DNA molecules in a compact form.

COLLEGE

Icd 10 code for adjustment disorder with mixed anxiety and depressed mood

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Answer:

ICD-Code F43.23

Explanation:

Adjustment disorder with mixed anxiety and depressed mood is one of the six types of the adjustment disorders. This describes the adjustment disorder with mixed anxiety as well as depressed mood as stressor-induced disorder which creates distress personally through symptoms of anxiety and depression both.

ICD-Code F43.23 is billable ICD-10 code used for healthcare diagnosis reimbursement of Adjustment Disorder with Mixed Anxiety and Depressed Mood.

On October 1, 2018, 2019 edition of the ICD-10-CM F43.23 became effective.

COLLEGE

Which of these is not part of the dorsal cavity? A) thoracic cavity B) vertebral cavity C) spinal cord D) cranial cavity

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Answer:

Thoracic cavity is not part of the dorsal cavity. Correct option is A.

Explanation:

Dorsal cavity is the cavity that is located at the posterior part of the human body. It is divided into two sub cavities:

- the cranial cavity: this cavity protects the brain .

- The spinal cavity ( also called vertebral cavity) : this protects the spinal cord.

The Thoracic cavity is part of the ventral body cavity which is located at the anterior part of the human body. I hope this helps. Thanks.

HIGH SCHOOL

Ms. L is a 78-year-old who underwent surgery for internal fixation of an intertrochanteric fracture of the (L) hip 3 days ago. For the next few weeks she must remain non weight-bearing on the operated side and has begun to use a walker for ambulation. She is able to walk for short distances around her hospital bed but is not yet able to rise from a chair to standing. According to the ICF model, the inability to stand from a sitting position is classified as a(n):

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Functional or Activity Limitation
COLLEGE

In the human body, where is oxygen "picked up" from the air? mouth heart a. lungs
b. skin
c. stomach

Thinking about the structure of this pick-up organ" how is the surface area to volume ratio maximized?

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In the human body, in lungs oxygen is "picked up" from the air. The correct option is a.

What are lungs?

Respiration is basically a process of gas exchange, is the primary purpose of the lungs. In the process of respiration, carbon dioxide, a waste product of metabolism, exits the blood and oxygen from the incoming air enters.

Reduced lung function refers to the lungs' diminished capacity to exchange gases.

The lungs are two air-filled, spongy organs that are situated on either side of the chest (thorax). Inhaled air is carried into the lungs by the trachea (windpipe) through the bronchi, which are tubular branches of the trachea.

The surface area to volume ratio of the lungs is very high. It features elastomeric air sacs that enable the lungs to expand or contract in order to increase the surface area to volume ratio.

Thus, the correct option is a.

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Answer:

lungs

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

A failure that would necessitate a root-cause analysis includes?

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Answer:

equipment failure, human error, and organization error.

Explanation:

got it right on edge

Answer:

it would include equipment failure, nature error, human error, and more

Explanation:

sorry I started this year and need points

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