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1. [[mean free path]]

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1. absolute permittivity (electromagnetism); denoted by the Greek letter ε (epsilon), is a measure of the electric polarizability of a dielectric^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Permittivity]

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2. A dielectric medium showing orientation of charged particles creating polarization effects. Such a medium can have a lower ratio of electric flux to charge (more permittivity) than empty space^[By hyperphysics - http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/electric/dielec.html#c1, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=37665552]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/f4/Diel.png" width="500" />

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# [[road cycling]]

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1. [[road cycling|cycling]] active recovery (duration)

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1. <90 minutes^[https://fascatcoaching.com/tips/recovery/]

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2. ![image](https://images.squarespace-cdn.com/content/v1/5078313ae4b0e7addb844764/1441845381072-E7Y671HVKZX08CWUCW11/ke17ZwdGBToddI8pDm48kNptsgP_BQir-T8qosybtkdZw-zPPgdn4jUwVcJE1ZvWQUxwkmyExglNqGp0IvTJZamWLI2zvYWH8K3-s_4yszcp2ryTI0HqTOaaUohrI8PIguU-sV11r-Z6jBGRef1uF5TQf5twfQhLvG2XDpy3Vlg/image-asset.png?format=1000w)^[https://www.mountainpeakfitness.com/blog/power-heart-rate-zones-for-the-endurance-athlete]

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2. stad ↮ buiten de stad → active recovery/light session ([[road cycling]])

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1. in de stad fietsen kan helpen met active recovery/light session doordat je geforceerde rustmomenten krijgt (e.g. stoplichten) of langzamer moet gaan door anderen

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1. handig als wilskracht een probleem is, persoonlijk

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3. can effective recovery rides feel challenging? + why^[https://www.trainerroad.com/blog/recovery-for-cyclists-why-its-important-and-how-to-improve-it/]

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1. yes due to being in a fatigued state

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1. "Though they can feel challenging when you’re in a fatigued state, these workouts aren’t strenuous and should promote recovery."

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## biopsychology

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1. active recovery → (para)[[sympathetic nervous system]]

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1. the former might increase the switch from sympathetic to parasympathetic^[https://youtu.be/xuBsqTJcRqc?t=3180, Chad Timmerman (TrainerRoad)]

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1. including everything else e.g. cooling down temperature (◇+ melatonin)

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# nutrition

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1. is "nutrient timing · composition" important for "active recovery"? + why^[https://youtu.be/tz7vvvnzU4w?t=420, TrainerRoad with Chad Timmerman]

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1. can be, because e.g. insulin sensitivity increases (and e.g. allows for quicker [[glycogen]] replenishment)

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# possible mistakes

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1. should you skip "active recovery" if noticing that it impaired your recovery/next workout(s)? + what^[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tz7vvvnzU4w (13:00), TrainerRoad with Chad Timmerman]

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1. no, then you might simply have to decrease intensity (or you went harder than planned/recommended)

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# sources

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1. [What do pro riders do on Tour de France rest days?](https://road.cc/content/feature/what-do-pro-riders-do-tour-de-france-rest-days-284687#:~:text=%E2%80%9CIt's%20feeding%20their%20body%20after,sponsored%20products%20to%20good%20use.)

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2. [Ask The Experts: Recovery, When, How Much, And Does It Work?](https://eu.wahoofitness.com/blog/ask-the-experts-recovery-when-how-much-and-does-it-work/)

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1. action research: plan > actions \> results > analysis > reflection (> plan)

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# related

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1. [[triple loop learning]]

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1. abductive reasoning → [[construal level theory]]

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1. from abstraction to concreteness with "accuracy < 100%"

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1. adaptation curve; formed by graphing the magnitude of gains^[How Much Should I Train by Dr. Mike Israetel and Dr. James Hoffmann, p. 45]

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1. for example - made over [[time]], in which the [[time]] course is a whole [[mesocycle]]

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# development

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1. adaptation curve · more advanced athletes^[How Much Should I Train by Dr. Mike Israetel and Dr. James Hoffmann), p. 41]

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1. a shift (peak) toward MRV

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2. what could make it inefficient to stop before MRV **in the long term**?

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1. the speed at which MRV increeases over [[time]] reduces (e.g. especially not beneficial in [[road cycling]] and recovery)^[How Much Should I Train by Dr. Mike Israetel and Dr. James Hoffmann), p. 41]

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# related

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1. [[maximum adaptive volume]]

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# .m4a

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1. M4A ↮ MP3^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Advanced_Audio_Coding]^[https://www.reddit.com/r/audio/comments/7hrwx8/m4a_vs_mp3/]

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1. M4A usually allows smaller file size with same audio quality

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# related

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1. [[sexual selection in humans]]

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1. agonist; an important chemical or compound in [[cell]] [[biology]] that binds to a receptor and activates the receptor to produce a biological response^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agonist]

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1. algorithmic efficiency; a property of an [[algorithm]] which relates to the number of computational resources used by the [[algorithm]]

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2. algorithmic efficiency → [[noise (spectral phenomenon)]]

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1. the less [[noise (spectral phenomenon)]] increases loss, the more efficient

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1. the more it can make use of [[noise (spectral phenomenon)]], the more efficient

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1. e.g. neuronal/synaptic [[noise (spectral phenomenon)]] (up till the optimal level

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3. algorithmic efficiency → [[computer performance]]

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1. a higher algorithmic efficiency would lead to a higher [[computer performance]]

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2. metric → scheduling

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1. which metric we pick will directly affect which scheduling approaches fare best^[Algorithms to Live By: The [[Computer Science]] of Human Decisions, p. 115]

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2. choosing the right metric reduces scheduling times (usually)

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# Related

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1. [[computer science]]

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2. [[learning rate]]

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1. allopathic medicine; an archaic term used to define science-based, modern medicine.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allopathic_medicine#cite_note-Weatherall-1996-1]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allopathic_medicine#cite_note-FREEDICT-2]

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1. Amazon's Choice; whichever version of the item you searched for that had the best combination of "low price" and "good ratings."^[https://www.reddit.com/r/savedyouaclick/comments/bx2dti/comment/eq2t3hf/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3]

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1. amplitude of motion; the maximum displacement of the object from the equilibrium position

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1. e.g. traps have a lower amplitude of motion than hamstrings

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# related

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1. [[maximum recoverable volume]]

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2. [[stimulus-to-fatigue ratio]]

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1. amygdalofugal pathway; Latin for "fleeing from the [[amygdala]]". Carries output from the central and basolateral nuclei and delivers it to a number of targets; namely, the medial dorsal nucleus of the [[thalamus]], the hypothalamus, the basal forebrain, the [[brainstem]], septal nuclei and nucleus accumbens^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amygdalofugal_pathway]

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1. pathway supposedly responsible for many of the pleasurable elements of [[sexual intercourse]] and arousal^[The Happy Brain: The Science of Where [[happiness]] Comes from, and Why, p. 123]^[Newman, S. W., ‘The medial extended [[amygdala]] in male reproductive behavior: a node in the mammalian social behavior network’, Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1999, 877(1), pp. 242–57]

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1. anemia; a decrease in the total amount of red [[blood]] cells (RBCs) or hemoglobin in the blood^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anemia#cite_note-nhlbi-4]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anemia#cite_note-5] or a lowered ability of the blood to ca[[oxygen|rry ox]]ygen.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anemia#cite_note-Ber2007-6]

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1. basislaag=zweet afvoeren

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2. middelste laag=warmte

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3. buitenste laag=wind- en regenstopper

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**bron**: https://www.wielersets.nl/blog/3-lagen-systeem-voor-fietsers/

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# related

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1. [[road cycling]]

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1. accusation audit; a preemptive tactic by which you speculate what the other side might be thinking and proactively address those thoughts before your counterpart has a chance to voice them^[https://blog.blackswanltd.com/the-edge/what-is-the-black-swan-accusation-audit]

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1. for example, if you’re calling up your cable company to try to get your bill lowered, you might begin an Accusation Audit like this: You’re going to think that I’m another cheap, irate customer who’s going to berate you just to take some aggression out. You probably also think that I have no idea how busy you are and no clue about what you have to go through every day.

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# related

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1. [[persuasion]]

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1. adaptive thermogenesis; a set of adaptive biochemical and physiological, triggered by lack of [[food]] or extreme weight loss, changes in which the body seeks to conserve energy by reducing the amount of calories it burns.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starvation_response#cite_note-wang2006-1]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Starvation_response#cite_note-2]

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1. statue with hands in most common Anjali Mudra position^[https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/01/A%C3%B1jali_Mudr%C4%81_%28Pra%E1%B9%87%C4%81m%C4%81sana%29.jpg]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/01/A%C3%B1jali_Mudr%C4%81_%28Pra%E1%B9%87%C4%81m%C4%81sana%29.jpg" width="200" />

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2. forms part of the greeting Namaste^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A%C3%B1jali_Mudr%C4%81]

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# [[sports science]]

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1. antioxidants (timing)

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1. could be best used before sleeping (rather than immediately after workout) to get the most out of that acute training stress response, which is the stimulus needed to elicit the desired training adaptations^[https://www.trainerroad.com/forum/t/special-guest-amber-pierce-ask-a-cycling-coach-193/9967/96?u=lorenz_duremdes, Amber Pierce]

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1. aphasia; an inability to comprehend or formulate [[language]] because of damage to specific [[neurophysiology|brain regions]].^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aphasia#cite_note-Damasio_1992-1]

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1. e.g. can be caused by hyponatremia^[Cutting-Edge Cycling, p. 251]

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2. e.g. Wernicke's/Broca's aphasia

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1. approximation [[algorithm]]; efficient algorithms that find approximate solutions to [[optimization]] problems with provable guarantees on the distance of the returned solution to the optimal one.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Approximation_algorithm#cite_note-Bernard._2011-1]

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# related

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1. [[relaxation (approximation)]]

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1. arterial occlusion pressure; the lowest pneumatic tourniquet inflation pressure required to stop the arterial [[blood]] flow into the limb^[https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03706859]

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# related

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1. [[blood flow restriction training]]

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1. association (psychology); refers to a mental connection between concepts, events, or mental states that usually stems from specific experiences.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Association_(psychology)#cite_note-:3-1]

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# example

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1. why do people spend more money using credit cards (association (psychology))?^[Influence, New and Expanded: The Psychology of [[persuasion]], p. 9]

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1. they allow us to get the immediate benefits of goods and services while deferring the costs weeks into the future. Consequently, we are more likely to associate credit cards and the insignias, symbols, and logos that represent them with the positive rather than the negative aspects of spending

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2. Those who have had a negative history with the cards—because they’ve paid an above-average number of interest charges in the previous year—do not show the facilitation effect. In fact, these individuals are more conservative in their spending tendencies when in the mere presence of credit-card logos

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# related

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1. [[contrast effect]]

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1. asterisk (polyamory); where on person has 3 (or more) partners not involved with each other^[More Than Two: A Practical Guide to Ethical Polyamory, p. 44]

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1. Modern Attachment Theory main principles; bonding as an intrinsic [[human]] need, regulation of [[emotion]] and fear to enhance vitality, and promoting adaptiveness and growth.

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# immature human

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1. mother interacting with stranger → child exploration^[The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma, p. 135]

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1. when a neighbor stopped by and absorbed his mother’s interest with the latest gossip, the kids would run back and stay close, making sure he still had her attention

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# Related

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1. [[attachment style]]

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1. autobiographical [[memory]] is a type of explicit memory^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autobiographical_memory]

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1. Aelius Galenus (September 129–c. 210); a Greek physician, surgeon and philosopher in the [[Roman Empire]].

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1. affective forecasting; the prediction of one's affect ([[emotion|emotional]] state) in the future^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Affective_forecasting]

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2. humans are generally bad at "affective forecasting"^[The [[happiness]] Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom, p. 96]

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1. humans tend to overestimate the intensity and duration of emotional reactions (affective forecasting)

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3. "affective forecasting" is mostly [[relativism|relative]]^[The [[happiness]] Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom, p. 97]

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1. people’s judgments about their present state are based on whether it is better or worse than the state to which they have become accustomed

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2. **related**: [[repetition suppression]] → habituation

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4.

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# related

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1. [[construal level theory]] → the more concrete, the more accurate?

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2. [[temporal self-continuity]]

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1. Alcubierre drive; rather than exceeding the [[speed]] of light within a local reference frame, a spacecraft would traverse distances by contracting space in front of it and expanding space behind it, resulting in effective faster-than-light travel^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alcubierre_drive]

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2. Two-dimensional visualization of an Alcubierre drive, showing the opposing regions of expanding and contracting spacetime that displace the central region^[By AllenMcC. - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3864854]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c4/Alcubierre.png" width="300" />

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1. alkoxy group; an alkyl (carbon and hydrogen chain) group singularly bonded to [[oxygen]]; thus R–O^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alkoxy_group]

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1. degree symbol (Alt code)

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1. Alt + 0176

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1. amniotic sac; the sac in which the embryo and later fetus develops in amniotes^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amniotic_sac]

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# related

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1. [[ontogenesis]]

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1. amphiphile; a chemical compound possessing both hydrophilic ([[water]]-loving, polar) and lipophilic (fat-loving) properties

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2. Phospholipids, such as this glycerophospholipid, have amphipathic character.^[By No machine-readable author provided. Lennert B assumed (based on copyright claims). - No machine-readable source provided. Own work assumed (based on copyright claims)., Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=409308]

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1. ![image](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/f/fd/Phospholipid.svg/220px-Phospholipid.svg.png)

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3. Biological molecules are amphiphilic or amphipathic, i.e. are simultaneously hydrophobic and hydrophilic.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_membrane#cite_note-:0-6]

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1. anaerobic threshold; the percentage of your aerobic capacity that you are capable of sustaining for a long time, such as 40 to 70 minutes. The higher the percentage, the greater your anaerobic threshold fitness^[The Cyclist's Training Bible, p. 13]

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2. in what units do we measure the size of our anaerobic capacity?^[https://youtu.be/RYJS8CqSi84?t=4020]

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1. joules

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1. expenditure follows a linear trend e.g. Z7 doesn't necessarily consume more joules (external forces adjusted) than Z6

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3. anaerobic threshold has a higher RPE than [[aerobic threshold]]^[The Cyclist's Training Bible, p. 16]

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4. how to improve anaerobic endurance?

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1. zone 6 (mostly HIIT)^[The Cyclist's Training Bible, p. 19]

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1. Ancient Corinth^[By Original: Fremantleboy ; Adaptación al español: Dodecaedro. - File:Korinth Isthmus de.svg, CC BY-SA 2.5, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=42485489]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/eb/Korinth_Isthmus_es%281%29.svg" width="500" />

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2. in classical times, Corinth rivaled Athens and Thebes in wealth, based on the Isthmian traffic and trade. Until the mid-6th century, Corinth was a major exporter of black-figure pottery to city-states around the Greek world, later losing their market to Athenian artisans^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Corinth#Classical_Corinth]

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3. Ancient Corinth was one of the largest and most important cities of Greece, with a population of 90,000 in 400 BC.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ancient_Corinth#cite_note-1] The Romans demolished Corinth in 146 BC, built a new city in its place in 44 BC, and later made it the provincial capital of Greece.

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1. anomie (sociology); a social condition defined by an uprooting or breakdown of any moral values, standards or guidance for individuals to follow.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anomie#cite_note-1]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anomie#cite_note-2]

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# related

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1. [[normative]]

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1. the active and chronic striving to integrate one’s past, present, and future into a coherent narrative begins only in the mid to late teens^[The [[Happiness]] Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom, p. 160]

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1. anti-[[psychiatry]]; a broad movement based on the view that psychiatric treatment is more often damaging than helpful to patients^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-psychiatry]

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1. since its heyday in the 1970s, the anti-psychiatry movement has declined, as medication (particularly SSRIs and SNRIs) and [[psychotherapy]] has become more popular and effective

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## arguments against "anti-psychiatry"

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# medication

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1. [Why is there such a stigma against taking antidepressants?](https://www.reddit.com/r/NoStupidQuestions/comments/85kivm/why_is_there_such_a_stigma_against_taking/)

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2. [Do SSRIs actually work and why is there so much scaremongering about them?](https://www.reddit.com/r/askscience/comments/cr5qvb/do_ssris_actually_work_and_why_is_there_so_much/ex2dtei/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3)

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3. [Please fuck off with your anti-psychiatric medication bullshit oh my god.](https://www.reddit.com/r/offmychest/comments/5e752b/please_fuck_off_with_your_antipsychiatric/)

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1. In [[physics]], an anyon is a type of quasiparticle that occurs only in [[dimension|two-dimensional]] systems, with properties much less restricted than fermions and bosons.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anyon#cite_note-DISC-20201212-1]

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2. [Physicists Prove Anyons Exist, a Third Type of Particle in the Universe](https://www.discovermagazine.com/the-sciences/physicists-prove-anyons-exist-a-third-type-of-particle-in-the-universe)^[https://www.reddit.com/r/Futurology/comments/kc0bkt/physicists_prove_anyons_exist_a_third_type_of/?utm_source=ifttt]

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3. Well they only exist in 2d materials so maybe you might see them in graphene. What's also useful is they have a sort of memory so they could be used in quantum computers.^[https://www.reddit.com/r/Futurology/comments/kc0bkt/physicists_prove_anyons_exist_a_third_type_of/gfmj39s?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3

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1. **Related**: [[quantum coherence times]]

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1. het kan beter zijn om de bank tegenover een raam te zetten^[https://www.wooninspiratie.nu/kamer-groter-laten-lijken-tips/]

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1. arithmetic mean; the sum of a collection of numbers divided by the count of numbers in the collection.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arithmetic_mean#cite_note-1]

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2. The term "arithmetic mean" is preferred in some contexts in [[mathematics]] and [[statistics]], because it helps distinguish it from other means, such as the geometric mean and the harmonic mean.

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# related

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1. [[mathematics]]

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1. asana; a body posture, originally and still a general term for a sitting meditation pose,^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asana#cite_note-Patanjali111-1] and later extended in [[hatha yoga]] and modern [[yoga]] as exercise, to any type of position, adding reclining, standing, inverted, twisting, and balancing poses

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1. bandwidth (computing); the maximum rate of data transfer across a given path

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# related

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1. [[computer performance]]

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1. atom; the smallest unit of ordinary matter that forms a chemical element

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2. **Periodic table showing the origin of each element. Elements from [[carbon]] up to sulfur may be made in small stars by the alpha process. Elements beyond iron are made in large stars with slow neutron capture (s-process). Elements heavier than iron may be made in neutron star mergers or supernovae after the r-process.**^[By Cmglee - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31761437]

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1. <img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/3/31/Nucleosynthesis_periodic_table.svg/1920px-Nucleosynthesis_periodic_table.svg.png" width="600" />

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1. are audiobooks much more different than reading?

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1. not per se (for our brains)^[https://www.reddit.com/r/books/comments/cumerm/audiobooks_or_reading_to_our_brains_it_doesnt/]

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# [[psychology]]

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1. what could cause people with autism take things more personally?

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1. ◇less [[theory of mind]]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theory_of_mind#Autism]

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# [[psychiatry]]

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## [[continuum|spectrum]]

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1. Autism has long been thought to cover a wide spectrum, ranging from individuals with severe impairments—who may be silent, developmentally disabled, and prone to frequent repetitive behavior such as hand flapping and rocking—to high functioning individuals who may have active but distinctly odd social approaches, narrowly focused interests, and verbose, pedantic [[communication]].^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism#cite_note-113] Because the behavior spectrum is continuous, boundaries between diagnostic categories are necessarily somewhat arbitrary.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism#cite_note-Geschwind-2009-52]

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## classification

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1. why did "DSM-V" compress "DSM-IV autism subgroups"? (treatment)

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1. researchers found that these separate diagnoses were not **consistently** applied across different clinics and treatment centers^[https://web.archive.org/web/20131006210933/http://www.dsm5.org/Documents/Autism Spectrum Disorder Fact Sheet.pdf]

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1. **related**: [[internal validity]]

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### [[Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders]]

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#### DSM-5 vs. DSM-4

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##### [[developmental psychology]]

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1. ...it is an important change from DSM-IV criteria, which was geared toward identifying school-aged children with autism-related disorders, **but not as useful in diagnosing younger children**^[https://web.archive.org/web/20131006210933/http://www.dsm5.org/Documents/Autism Spectrum Disorder Fact Sheet.pdf]

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2. The restricting of onset age has also been **loosened** from 3 years of age to "early developmental period", with a note that symptoms may manifest later when social demands exceed capabilities.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism_spectrum#cite_note-IACC-28]

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2. insurance

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1. state intervention may be required to ensure that these individuals who may lose or fail to receive an ASD diagnosis will have continued access to public [[health]] support services; therefore, future research is needed to determine how states respond regarding insurance coverage and services for individuals without an ASD diagnosis but who still may require assistance^[https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10803-014-2065-2]

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### DSM-5 vs. DSM-4 → [[psychiatric epidemiology]]

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1. the DSM-5 criteria were tested in real-life clinical settings as part of DSM-5 field trials, and analysis from that testing indicated that there will be no significant changes in the prevalence of the disorder^[https://web.archive.org/web/20131006210933/http://www.dsm5.org/Documents/Autism Spectrum Disorder Fact Sheet.pdf]

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1. More recently, the largest and most up-to-date study, published by Huerta, et al, in the October 2012 issue of American Journal of Psychiatry, provided the most comprehensive assessment of the DSM-5 criteria for ASD based on symptom extraction from previously collected data. The study found that DSM-5 criteria identified 91 percent of children with clinical DSM-IV PDD diagnoses, suggesting that 2 • DSM-5 Autism Spectrum Disorder Fact Sheet most children with DSM-IV PDD diagnoses will retain their diagnosis of ASD using the new criteria.

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1. Several other studies, using various methodologies, have been inconsistent in their findings.

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## autism vs. [[social communication disorder]]

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1. the latter contains the former _and_ a restricted pattern of behavior

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1. the diagnosis of SCD can only be given if autism has been ruled out.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Social_communication_disorder#cite_note-DSM5-6]

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2. did the generalization of autism in DSM-V cause it to be less specific? + why

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1. no e.g. some people are now getting the diagnosis of social [[communication]] disorder (instead of e.g. PDD-NOS) → the specificity of classification increased, in this example^[https://www.autismspeaks.org/dsm-5-and-autism-frequently-asked-questions]

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# [[neuroscience]]

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## [[neurophysiology]]

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1. autism → fusiform gyrus · difficulties

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1. may cause difficulties in face, voice, and word perception

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### [[dynamic functional connectivity]]

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1. [[dynamic functional connectivity]] → autism

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1. research into causes has been hampered by the inability to identify biologically meaningful subgroups within the autistic population^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism#cite_note-109] and by the traditional boundaries between the disciplines of psychiatry, [[psychology]], neurology and pediatrics.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism#cite_note-110]

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2. newer technologies such as fMRI and diffusion tensor imaging can help identify biologically relevant phenotypes (observable traits) that can be viewed on brain scans, to help further neurogenetic studies of autism;^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism#cite_note-111] one example is lowered activity in the fusiform face area of the brain, which is associated with impaired perception of people versus objects.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism#cite_note-Lev2009-20]

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3. it has been proposed to classify autism using genetics as well as behavior.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autism#cite_note-112] → [[biological specificity]]

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## neurodiversity

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1. it emerged as a challenge to prevailing views that certain neurodevelopmental disorders are inherently pathological and instead adopts the social model of disability, in which societal barriers are the main contributing factor that disables people.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurodiversity#cite_note-2]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurodiversity#cite_note-Bloomsbury-3]

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1. The subsequent neurodiversity paradigm has been controversial among disability advocates, with opponents saying that its conceptualization doesn't reflect the realities of individuals who have high support needs.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurodiversity#cite_note-4]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurodiversity#cite_note-5]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurodiversity#cite_note-6]

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# miscellaneous

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1. regressive autism; the loss of speech and social skills at approximately 15 to 30 months of age

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1. *not to be confused with: nonverbal autism*

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2. autism → stochastic resonance

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1. autism is an example of too high [[stochastic resonance]] in terms of optimal functioning?

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1. autumn ([[Netherlands]]); September–December^[https://www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&amp;sxsrf=ALeKk00R2NS0ussXfR0QnX1lfAUJqpUUXQ%3A1613308442310&amp;ei=GiIpYPO4EsqGjLsPp9ywgAo&amp;q=autumn+netherlands+start&amp;oq=autumn+netherlands+start&amp;gs_lcp=Cgdnd3Mtd2l6EAMyBQghEKABMgUIIRCgAToHCAAQRxCwAzoGCAAQFhAeUMQOWLIVYIcbaAFwAngAgAF8iAGdBZIBAzUuMpgBAKABAaoBB2d3cy13aXrIAQjAAQE&amp;sclient=gws-wiz&amp;ved=0ahUKEwjzrfekuunuAhVKA2MBHScuDKAQ4dUDCA0&amp;uact=5]

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2. autumn (etymology); from Latin *autumnus*^[https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/autumn#Etymology]

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1. From earlier *auctumnus*, of unclear ultimate origin:^[https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/autumnus#Latin]

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1. From Proto-Indo-European *h₃ewǵ- (“cold”) (compare Old Irish úacht, Lithuanian áušti (“to cool off”), Old Armenian ոյծ (oyc)).

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2. Borrowed from an Etruscan word.^[https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/autumnus#cite_note-1]^[https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/autumnus#cite_note-2]

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3. From Proto-Indo-European *h₂sows-, *h₂sus- (“dry”), as in "drying up season."^[https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/autumnus#cite_note-3]

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1. Possibly influenced by *auctus* (“enriched, enlarged, ample”).

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# related

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1. [[season]]

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1. axolemma; the [[cell]] [[membrane]] of an [[axon]]

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1. batch processing; the running of "jobs that can run without end user interaction, or can be scheduled to run as resources permit."^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Batch_processing]

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# related

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1. [[interrupt coalescing]]

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# see also

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1. Algorithms to Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions, p. 135

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1. baryon; a type of composite subatomic particle which contains an odd number of valence quarks (at least 3).^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baryon#cite_note-Gell-Mann_1964-1]

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1. the most familiar baryons are **protons** and **neutrons**, both of which contain three quarks, and for this reason they are sometimes called *triquarks*

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because they are composed of quarks, baryons participate in the **strong interaction**, which is mediated by particles known as **gluons**

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1. backchannel; the use of networked computers to maintain a real-time online conversation alongside the primary group activity or live spoken remarks^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backchannel]

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1. behavioral sciences; explore the [[neuropsychology|cognitive processes]] within organisms and the behavioral interactions between organisms in the natural world

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# examples

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2. behavioral sciences vs. social sciences (respectively)

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1. Twitch.tv chat

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abstract empirical data to investigate the decision processes and [[communication]] strategies within and between organisms in a social system

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vs.

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provide a perceptive framework to study the processes of a social system through impacts of social organization on structural adjustment of the individual and of groups

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1. the former is more concrete than the latter

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2. the former is more focused on individuals and latter more on the system containing those individuals

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# main categories

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## [[information]] sciences

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1. [[information]] sciences; [[information]] processing sciences deal with [[information]] processing of stimuli from the social environment by cognitive entities in order to engage in decision making, social judgment and social perception for individual functioning and survival of organism in a social environment (e.g. [[behavioral neuroscience|psychobiology]])

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## relational sciences

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1. relational sciences; deal with relationships, interaction, [[communication]] networks, associations and relational strategies or dynamics between organisms or cognitive entities in a social system (e.g. social [[psychology]] ([[sociology]]))

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1. bid ([[sociology]]); requests to connect^[https://www.gottman.com/blog/want-to-improve-your-relationship-start-paying-more-attention-to-bids/]

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1. Bids are often purposely subtle because people are afraid to be vulnerable and put themselves out there. It’s scary to say, “Hey! I want to connect! Pay attention to me!” so instead, we ask a question or tell a story or offer our hand for connection. We hope we’ll receive connection in return, but if not, it’s less scary than pleading, “Connect with me, please!”

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# how

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1. why don't you want a 100% turning toward ratio?

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1. ◇diminishing returns

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1. ~80% global optimum? (**related**: SRS retention%)

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2. too low and you don't feel listened/wasting a lot of time and energy

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2. Gottman found that at the dinner table, masters bid as many as one hundred times in a ten minute period, while disasters engaged each other only sixty-five times^[https://www.gottman.com/blog/want-to-improve-your-relationship-start-paying-more-attention-to-bids/]

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## effective

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1. how bad could "turning away and turning toward later on (due to e.g. misinterpretation)" be to a relationship?

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1. ◇might not be as bad _when repairing it_

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1. Tronick discovered that mothers and their 3-month-old infants were actually miscoordinated a whopping 70% of the time

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Tronick also later discovered that the mothers who noticed this miscoordination and repaired the interaction had infants who were securely attached at one year of age^[The science of [[trust]]: emotional attunement for couples, 289]

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### turning toward

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1. turning toward > depth of intimacy of conversation (priority)

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<iframe src="https://www.instagram.com/p/CVoLhpZLWsY/" width="300" height="300"></iframe>

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# science

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1. perceived partner responsiveness scale (example questions)^[https://www.psychologytoday.com/intl/articles/202111/how-loving-relationships-change-us-good]:

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1. ___ really listens to me.

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2. ___ seems interested in what I am thinking and [[feeling]].

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3. ___ is understanding.

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4. ___ tries to see where I’m coming from.

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5. ___ is attentive to my needs.

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6. ___ is responsive to my needs.

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7. ___ takes my concerns seriously.

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8. ___ really gets my point of view.

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9. ___ does not accept my feelings and concerns.

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10. ___ dismisses my concerns too easily.

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11. ___ seems to ignore the things that are most important to me.

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12. ___ does not really understand my wants and needs.

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13. ___ does not really take my concerns seriously.

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14. ___ often really does not hear what I am saying.

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15. ___ When I’m [[feeling]] worried or stressed about something, it only makes things worse to tell___ about it.

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1. The first eight items form the responsiveness scale, and the second eight items form the insensitivity scale. The **average responsiveness score** was slightly over 3.5 with most scores falling between 2.4 and 4.7, and the **average insensitivity score** was just under 1, with most people scoring between 0 and 2. There were gender differences with men having lower overall scores, but only by a fraction of a point.

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# related

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1. [[interpersonal relationship]]

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# related

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1. [[chemistry]]

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2. [[biology]]

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1. what could be a problem with using (olive) oil as lube?^[https://www.reddit.com/r/sex/comments/ub3f09/comment/i62e476/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3]

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1. it can degrade the condom

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1. Bloom filter; a space-efficient probabilistic data structure that is used to test whether an element is a member of a set^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloom_filter]

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1. false positive matches are possible, but false negatives are not – in other words, a query returns either "possibly in set" or "definitely not in set"

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2. e.g. Google indexing URLs^[Algorithms to Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions, p. 205]

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# related

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1. [[algorithm]]

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1. "↔" vs. "*" (respectively)

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1. [[logical disjunction]] vs. [[logical conjunction]]

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1. bubble sort → [[noise (spectral phenomenon)]]

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1. Its very inefficiency—moving items only one position at a [[time]]—makes it fairly robust against [[noise (spectral phenomenon)]]

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1. far more robust than faster algorithms like Mergesort, in which each comparison potentially moves an item a long way. Mergesort’s very efficiency makes it brittle. An early error in a Mergesort is like a fluke loss in the first round of a Single Elimination tournament, which can not only dash a favored team’s championship hopes but also permanently relegate them to the bottom half of the result.

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In a Ladder tournament, on the other hand, as in a Bubble Sort, a fluke loss would only set a player back a single place in the standings.

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2.

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1. BDSM → [[trust]]

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1. BDSM might be rewarding because it requires (and signals) [[trust]]?

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# related

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1. [[religion]]

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1. Butteraugli^[https://github.com/google/butteraugli];

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1. a project that estimates the psychovisual similarity of two images.

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2. more accurate modeling of ganglion cells, particularly the frequency space inhibition

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2. it is significantly more complex than traditional metrics like PSNR and SSIM, but claimed to perform better with high-end quality, where degradations are not or barely noticeable.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guetzli#cite_note-IO2016-27]

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3. An in-house performance evaluation with 614 ratings from 23 people on their own test set of 31 images yielded 75% of ratings favouring of JPEGs encoded for Butteraugli scores over libjpeg-turbo encodes,^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guetzli#cite_note-Alakuijala20170313-1-23] which usually score higher on SSIM and PSNRHVS-M.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guetzli#cite_note-encode.ru-20]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guetzli#cite_note-score_reversal-29]

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# related

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1. [[squoosh.app]]

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1. 'gazingus pins'; represent an impulse arising from our “early programming that discomfort can be alleviated by something external.”^[[[Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin · Joe Dominguez]], p. 49]^[https://radreads.co/gazingus-pin/]

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1. A gazingus pin is any item that you just can’t pass by without buying. Everybody has them. They run the gamut from earbuds and tiny screwdrivers to shoes, pens, and chocolate kisses. So there you are in the mall or online, a shopping robot on your weekly tour of the stations of the crass. You come to the gazingus pin section and your [[mind]] starts cranking out gazingus pin thoughts. (…) And before you know it, an alien arm (attached to your body) has reached out and picked up (or clicked on) the gazingus pin, and off you go to the checkout, still functioning like a windup zombie.

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# sources

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1. [We zijn echt geïndoctrineerd om 40 uur per dag te werken, en als je dat niet doet dan draag je niet mee. Ik werk zelf 20 uur (al wil ik waarschijnlijk wel iets meer), en voel soms een soort oordeel.](https://www.reddit.com/r/thenetherlands/comments/sharvl/comment/hv2i4s5/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3)

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1. besloten vennootschap; een rechtspersoon waarvan het aandelenkapitaal verdeeld is in aandelen die niet vrij overdraagbaar zijn; de aandelen staan op naam^[https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Besloten_vennootschap]

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1. unconsciously incompetent > consciously incompetent > consciously competent > unconsciously competent > consciously unconsciously competent

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1. **naam**: de vennootschap is besloten omdat de aandelen niet vrij overdraagbaar zijn, dit in tegenstelling tot de naamloze vennootschap waarvan de aandelen in beginsel vrij overdraagbaar zijn, bijvoorbeeld op de effectenbeurs

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1. latter component added by myself due to e.g. [[cognitive bias|cognitive biases]]

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2. **voordeel**: de beperkte aansprakelijkheid van de aandeelhouders voor schulden van de besloten vennootschap

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2. "[[civilization]] advances by extending the number of operations we can perform without thinking about them." —Alfred North Whitehead

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1. ACT (2nd acronym); accept, choose, take action^[The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook, p. 605]

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1. choose; commitment

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# related

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1. [[psychology]]

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1. acknowledgement (data networks); a signal that is passed between communicating processes, computers, or devices to signify acknowledgment, or receipt of message, as part of a communications protocol^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acknowledgement_(data_networks)]

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1. activation (Boltzmann machine); in a Boltzmann machine, the activation is interpreted as the [[probability]] of generating an action potential spike, and is determined via a logistic function on the sum of the inputs to a unit

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1. unit; node

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2. why "Boltzmann"? → only dependent on last input ([[Markov property]])?

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# [(PDF) Acute post-exercise recovery Strategies in Cycling: A Review (researchgate.net)](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331035116_Acute_Post-Exercise_Recovery_Strategies_in_Cycling_A_Review)

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## compression garments

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1. The use of COMP (compression garments) between 12 – 80mins has been shown to improve subsequent 5-min maximal cycling mean and max power output, 30s cycling mean power and 30-min cycling mean power (Argus et al. 2013; Chatard et al. 2004; Driller and Halson 2013; Ménétrier et al. 2013)

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## cold [[water]] immersion

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1. CWI (cold [[water]] immersion) used for 5-mins at 14°C following 25-mins of submaximal cycling has been shown to improve 4-km TT [[time]] to completion in the heat and average power output (Peiffer et al. 2008a). CWI used for 14-15mins at 15°C appears advantageous for improving 9-15min TT total work performed and repeated sprint power output (Vaile et al. 2008a; Vaile et al. 2008b; Vaile et al. 2011). CWI also appears more beneficial than AR at improving total work performed (Vaile et al. 2011).

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## contrast [[water]] therapy

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1. CWT (contrast [[water]] therapy) used between 6-14mins with 38°C HWI and 15°C CWI and a ratio of cold:hot 1:1- mins or 1:2-mins, could increase subsequent TT total work performed, TT & sprint mean power output and sprint PPO (Ménétrier et al. 2013; Vaile et al. 2008b). This performance benefit from CWT has been observed from durations as short as a 15s sprint and up to a 15- min TT (Ménétrier et al. 2013; Vaile et al. 2008b).

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## humidification and electromyostimulation

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1. Both HUM (humidification) and EMS (electromyostimulation) may be able to attenuate the decrement in 30s sprint mean power (Argus et al. 2013).

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## [[sport]] massage with ozonized oil

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1. SMOZO ([[sport]] massage with ozonized oil) may assist [[time]] trial cycling performance (Paoli et al. 2013) and SM may improve anaerobic cycling mean power and reduce 5-km TT [[time]] to completion (Bielik 2010; Monedero and Donne 2000).

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## [[active recovery]]

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1. AR has been shown to attenuate 15s sprint PPO (peak power output), 5km TT [[time]] to completion and even increase 30s sprint cycling mean power and PPO (Bielik 2010; Connolly et al. 2003; Monedero and Donne 2000).

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### [[active recovery]]*[[sport]] massage

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1. A combination of recovery strategies should be explored further, as AR ([[active recovery]]) and SM ([[sport]] massage) combined, were more beneficial than AR or SM alone, at reducing 5-km TT [[time]] to completion (Monedero and Donne 2000).

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## static stretching

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1. The use of SS (static stretching) did not inhibit anaerobic cycling performance when performed for 3 x 30s per muscle and leg (Kingsley et al. 2013) and may be a useful strategy for improving RoM and reducing the risk of [[knee]] injury when performed on the quadriceps muscle group, hamstrings muscle group and I.T.B between cycling exercise bouts (Asplund and St Pierre 2004).

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# related

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1. [[sports science]]

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# save money

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1. My coworkers poke me for riding my bike, then I show them my 3k gaming setup, expensive camera, places I traveled because I don't have a financial burden sorry I meant car. I have never been/felt this happy and in shape, I won't go back to commuting by car. I have a much better mental map of my city than I did with my car, and I love taking 5 minutes while I'm out riding and soaking up the environment and meditating. Could do this in a car sure but feels more organic, natural to do so on bike, and that feeling of fresh crisp Canadian air never gets old.^[https://www.reddit.com/r/bikecommuting/comments/u6m59r/comment/i59gstv/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3]

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1. biological [[membrane]]; a selectively permeable [[membrane]] that separates cell from the external environment or creates intracellular compartments

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2. **Cross-sectional view of the structures that can be formed by phospholipids in an aqueous solution**^[By Mariana Ruiz Villarreal ,LadyofHats - Own work, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=3032610]

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1. <img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/c/c6/Phospholipids_aqueous_solution_structures.svg/800px-Phospholipids_aqueous_solution_structures.svg.png" width="600" />

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1. block training → [[time]]

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1. you might be able [[time]] to save/keep [[time]] the same with block training e.g. increasing density without increasing [[time]] necessarily while still making [[progressive overload]]

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1. also useful when not necessarily wanting to increase intensity

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1. interest → amount of gesticulation^[http://www.sirc.org/publik/flirt.html]

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1. generally, however, someone who is interested in you will be more lively and animated in conversation, using more gestures when speaking in order to keep your attention, and more responsive gestures to show interest when you are speaking

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# related

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1. [[human brain]]

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# [[sex]]

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## [[men]]

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1. [[men]] are more vulnerable to experiencing diffuse physiological arousal^[The science of trust: emotional attunement for couples, 150]

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1. why?

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**possibilities**

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Cortisol, a [[stress]] hormone, was found to be elevated in males during stressful situations. In females, however, cortisol levels were decreased in stressful situations, and instead, an increase in limbic activity was discovered. Many researchers believe that these results underlie the reasons why [[men]] administer a fight-or-flight reaction to [[stress]]; whereas, females have a tend-and-befriend reaction.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coping#cite_note-Wang-53]

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# index terms

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1. hyperarousal

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2. freeze-flight-fight response

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1. als je ex snel over je heen is gegaan, betekent dat dat je minder waardevol bent dan als je ex niet zo snel over je heen was gegaan? + waarom

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1. emotioneel gezien misschien wel, maar rationeel gezien niet per se

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1. het is mogelijk om emotioneel onafhankelijk(er) te zijn, maar alsnog waardevol voor elkaar op een wat meer rationele manier e.g. kennis

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2. **zie ook**:

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1. How can a therapist truly care about clients when it’s so easy to just tuck them away in the back of their minds and move on to the next client right after? I constantly feel hurt by this. How can the care be real when it’s so easy to turn it off?^[https://qr.ae/pGxJCn, Dr. David McPhee]

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1. Or how about this? If I’m watching an episode of a great series I am totally into, including crying a little when the scenes are emotional, does that mean I don’t care about it between shows? No, I think about it and wonder what’s going to happen next week.

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# effective breakup

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## no contact

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1. how long do many people seem to need for "no contact (breakup)"?^[https://www.reddit.com/r/BreakUps/comments/swnysw/what_day_of_no_contact_are_you_on_im_on_day_24/]

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1. ~1 year

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2. can '[[communication]] lines' be open (no contact (breakup))?

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1. yes, but only if both are disciplined enough

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### quotes

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1. _"To heal a wound, you need to stop touching it."_

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## problems

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1. What was the worst thing your ex said to you while they were breaking up with you?

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1. That I was an amazing person.

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The reasons he listed were non issues, he just never talked to me about them. And he complimented me and said I deserve to be with someone better for me.

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I know it sounds ridiculous but it would be so much easier to move on if he were mean, rude, or gave me a reason to hate him.^[https://www.reddit.com/r/BreakUps/comments/tvo2rp/comment/i3ahyc3/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3]

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2. That I was an amazing person.

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The reasons he listed were non issues, he just never talked to me about them. And he complimented me and said I deserve to be with someone better for me.

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I know it sounds ridiculous but it would be so much easier to move on if he were mean, rude, or gave me a reason to hate him.[https://www.reddit.com/r/BreakUps/comments/tvo2rp/comment/i3ahyc3/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3]

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That I was an amazing person.

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The reasons he listed were non issues, he just never talked to me about them. And he complimented me and said I deserve to be with someone better for me.

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I know it sounds ridiculous but it would be so much easier to move on if he were mean, rude, or gave me a reason to hate him.[https://www.reddit.com/r/BreakUps/comments/tvo2rp/comment/i3ahyc3/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3]

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2. Healthy breakups are so painful&[https://www.reddit.com/r/BreakUps/comments/sip38y/healthy_breakups_are_so_painful/]

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# related

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1. [[intimate relationship]]

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1. bulking (**minimum** duration) = 6 weeks^[https://renaissanceperiodization.com/minicuts-dr-mike-israetel/]

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2. bulking (**maximum** duration) = 16 weeks^[https://renaissanceperiodization.com/minicuts-dr-mike-israetel/]

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3. what should you do at the end of a planned bulking cycle but you are still lean?^[https://renaissanceperiodization.com/minicuts-dr-mike-israetel/]

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1. keep massing

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1. (dumbbell/barbell) rows → farther back vs. front → muscle

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1. lats vs. rhomboids (respectively)^[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jO5gv181MGg&amp;feature=youtu.be&amp;t=160]

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2.

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1. aanloopperiodiek; een tijdje onderbetalen voor iemand die niet 100% gekwalificeerd is, maar ze toch willen aannemen^[https://www.reddit.com/r/thenetherlands/comments/rj50uv/comment/hp25yzb/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3]

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1. acatalepsy; the impossibility of comprehending or conceiving a thing.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acatalepsy#cite_note-cyclopaedia-1]

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1. to the Pyrrhonists and Academic Skeptics, no perception could be known to be true

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for the Academic Skeptics, acatalepsy meant that human knowledge never amounts to certainty, but only to plausibility

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# related

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1. [[fallibilism]]

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1. actinin; a microfilament [[protein]] consisting of [[α-actinin]]?^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Actinin]

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1. activation; artificial neuron's input with their internal state

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1. their internal state; itself

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2. input → referring to the output of other nodes

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# related

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1. [[artificial neural network]]

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1. additive increase/multiplicative decrease (AIMD); combines linear growth of the congestion window when there is no congestion with an [[exponential]] reduction when congestion is detected^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Additive_increase/multiplicative_decrease]

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2. how does AIMD usually start?

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1. it starts multiplicatively (1 > 2 > 4 > ...)^[Algorithms to Live By The [[Computer Science]] of Human Decisions by Brian Christian, Tom Griffiths, Christian etc, p. 177]

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but as soon as any packet’s ACK does not come back to the sender, the AIMD [[algorithm]] takes over (additive increase)

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3. **Overview of TCP phases**^[https://witestlab.poly.edu/blog/tcp-congestion-control-basics/]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/24/TCP_Slow-Start_and_Congestion_Avoidance.svg" width="600" />

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# applications

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1. AIMD (images (analogy))

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1. e.g. compressing multiplicatively > decreasing multiplicatively > increasing additively

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1. additively in an adaptive manner e.g. in between first increase and decrease

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# analogs

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1. AIMD (ants (analogy))

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1. it turns out the ants’ solution is similar, too: a feedback cycle where successful foragers prompt more to leave the nest, while unsuccessful returnees result in a diminishment of foraging activity^[Algorithms to Live By The [[Computer Science]] of Human Decisions by Brian Christian, Tom Griffiths, Christian etc, p. 177]

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# related

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1. [[explore-exploit trade-off]]

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1. e.g. successful exploration → allocate more resources multiplicatively (first cycle) and additively after

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2. [[exponentially weighted moving average]]

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1. e.g. reading a book

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1. takes longer to go from "exploit" to "explore" for a book having a higher desired percentage read already

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2. [[exponential backoff]]

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1. [[semantic distance]] → adaptive replacement [[cache]]

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1. usually, the lower the semantic distances, the more optimal adaptive replacement [[cache]] (LFU/LRU) e.g. because it requires less energy to travel distances and get amplified sooner

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# related

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1. [[knowledge quality]]

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2. [[time]]

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1. adherens junction; [[protein]] complexes that occur at cell–cell junctions in [[epithelium|epithelial]] and [[endothelium|endothelial]] tissues,^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adherens_junction#cite_note-2] usually more basal than [[tight junction|tight junctions]]

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2. Principal interactions of structural proteins at cadherin-based adherens junction. Actin filaments are associated with adherens junctions in addition to several other actin-binding proteins such as vinculin. The head domain of vinculin associates to E-cadherin via α-, β - and γ -catenins. The tail domain of vinculin binds to [[membrane]] lipids and to actin filaments.^[By Mariana Ruiz LadyofHats - i did the diagram myself based on the information found on this websites:[1], [2], ISBN 9514269306/html/x477.html, [3], [4],[5], [6], [7], and [8], Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=756087]

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1. ![image](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/2/27/Adherens_Junctions_structural_proteins.svg/418px-Adherens_Junctions_structural_proteins.svg.png)

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1. aerobic exercise → anterior corpus callosum

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1. aerobic exercise induces growth of white matter tracts in the anterior corpus callosum, which normally shrink with age.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurobiological_effects_of_physical_exercise#cite_note-Comprehensive_review-5]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neurobiological_effects_of_physical_exercise#cite_note-Mind_over_matter-48]

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1. why "white matter" (and not gray)?

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# [[biology]]

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1. what factor has the highest effect on catechalomines (aerobic exercise)?

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1. intensity^[https://youtu.be/xuBsqTJcRqc?t=3120, Chad Timmerman (TrainerRoad)]

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2. does (nor)epinephrine increase when keeping a steady state (aerobic exercise)?

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1. yes (epinephrine slower than [[norepinephrine]])^[https://youtu.be/xuBsqTJcRqc?t=3000, Chad Timmerman (TrainerRoad)]

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1. ◇makes sense e.g. [[task failure]]

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3. (nor)epinephrine concentrations increase exponentially with exercise intensity^[https://youtu.be/xuBsqTJcRqc?t=3040, Chad Timmerman (TrainerRoad)]

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# related

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1. [[road cycling]]

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2. [[sports science]]

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3. [[exercise pressor reflex]]

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4. [[cardiac output]]

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5. [[kinesiology]]

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# related

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1. [[meta-emotion]]

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1. if, the word following fear is garden, you would take longer to say that garden is good, because of the [[time]] it takes for your like-o-meter to shift from bad to good

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1. is analogous to affect priming

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2. —The [[happiness]] Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom, 41

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# [[road cycling]]

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1. what metric can you use to determine the global optimum of power output tailwind ↮ headwind?

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1. airspeed

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◇you probably want it as close as possible to actual [[speed]] (0% airspeed advantage) → airspeed being 'converted' into actual [[speed]]

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1. how could someone with alexithymia react to the question "How would you feel if you saw a truck coming at you at eighty miles per hour?"

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1. “How would I feel? I don’t know.... I’d get out of the way.” rather than “I’d be terrified” or “I’d be frozen with fear.”^[The Body Keeps the Score: [[Brain]], [[Mind]], and Body in the Healing of Trauma, p. 121]

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# comorbidity

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1. ~1/3 people with anorexia nervosa experience alexithymia^[The Body Keeps the Score: [[Brain]], [[Mind]], and Body in the Healing of Trauma, p. 122]

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1. ~1/2 people with bulimia experience alexithymia

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1. adaptive [[simulated annealing]]; a variant of [[simulated annealing]] (SA) [[algorithm]] in which the [[algorithm]] parameters that control temperature schedule and random step selection are automatically adjusted according to [[algorithm]] progress^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adaptive_simulated_annealing]

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1. e.g. step size or faster/slower temperature schedules

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2. adaptive [[simulated annealing]]; connects the cooling schedule to the search progress^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Simulated_annealing#Cooling_schedule]

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# thermodynamic [[simulated annealing]]

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1. thermodynamic [[simulated annealing]]; automatically adjusts the temperature at each step based on the [[energy]] difference between the two states

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1. ◇larger differences → smaller step sizes (e.g. in an exponentially weighted manner)

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1. algorithmic game theory; an area in the intersection of game theory and [[computer science]], with the objective of understanding and design of algorithms in strategic environments^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithmic_game_theory]

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1. altercasting; the goal is to project an identity, (to be assumed by other(s) with whom one is in interaction), which is congruent with one's own goals.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altercasting#cite_note-Weinstein-2]

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1. e.g. "You look to me as someone who values humility..."^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altercasting#cite_note-Lacap-3] (manded altercasting)

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2. how could "altercasting" be used to the advantage _for the other_?^[Influence, New and Expanded: The [[Psychology]] of [[persuasion]], p. 9]

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1. e.g. children praised for their conscientiousness on a task performed more conscientiously on a related task days afterward

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3. it could be more effective to praise someone's trait, and make use of "altercasting"^[Influence, New and Expanded: The [[Psychology]] of [[persuasion]], p. 9]

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# examples

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1. the following makes use of "altercasting":^[Influence, New and Expanded: The [[Psychology]] of [[persuasion]], p. 9]

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"Since you are so expert in X, could you help me out by putting together this assignment?"

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the person tries to live up to the statement/reputation of being an expert in X

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# manded altercasting

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1. manded altercasting; when a new or existing role is made more prominent and told directly to people

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1. "You look to me as someone who values humility..."^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altercasting#cite_note-Lacap-3]

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# tact altercasting

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1. tact altercasting; a more passive way in forcing people to accept certain roles. This is when we tend to act in certain ways that could trigger others to take a specific role.

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1. when a group of kids is in chaos, one of them is forced to assume the role of a leader.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Altercasting#cite_note-Lacap-3]

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# related

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1. [[looking-glass self]]

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# see also

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1. Influence, New and Expanded: The [[Psychology]] of [[Persuasion]], p. 9

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1. amicus cariae; someone who is not a party to a case who assists a court by offering information, expertise, or insight that has a bearing on the issues in the case^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amicus_curiae]

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1. algorithmic mechanism design; the prototypical problem in mechanism design is to design a system for multiple self-interested participants, such that the participants' self-interested actions at equilibrium lead to good system performance^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Algorithmic_mechanism_design]

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1. altruism ([[neurophysiology]])

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1. there exists a positive correlation between gray matter in the right temporoparietal junction and degree of altruism^[https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22794262]

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# related

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1. [[eusociality]]

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1. how could a lack of "play" lead to (mental) [[health]] problems (like [[sleep]] debt)?

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1. e.g. hormonal imbalances e.g. high cortisol

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2. e.g. “Push through. You can handle it.”

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1. analogous to allostatic load

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# related

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1. [[allostasis]]

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# related

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1. [[cortex-based anxiety]]

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1. AMD (acronym)

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1. amplification (psychology); used to describe a judged tendency of a person to amplify physical symptoms based on psychological factors such as anxiety or depression

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1. what may be a minor 'twinge' or mild 'soreness' to the stoic, is a severe, consuming pain to the amplifier."^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amplification_(psychology)#cite_note-pmid3186894-1]

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# related

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1. [[autism]]

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1. anachronism; a chronological inconsistency in some arrangement, especially a juxtaposition of people, events, objects, language terms and customs from different [[time]] periods^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anachronism]

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2. Lawrence Alma-Tadema (1868). Flower market in Roman times, with a cactus and two agaves.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anachronism#cite_note-2] Cacti and agaves are originally American plants.^[By WikiArt - WikiArt, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=105759821]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/5/50/Alma-Tadema_The-flower-market-1868.jpg" width="500" />

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1. is exposing your child to [[stress]] early on making it more likely that they will be [[stress]] resistant later in life?

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1. perhaps (**see**: weak↮strong adversity hypothesis)

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1. anadrome/ananym; a word whose spelling is derived by reversing the spelling of another word.[citation needed]

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1. e.g. 20461 Dioretsa (asteroid) → asteroid with retrograde orbit

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1. your aerobic threshold is approximately 65% of your maximum [[heart rate]]^[The Cyclist's Training Bible, p. 16]

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1. another method doesn’t even require your max [[heart rate]]; it simply places your AeT at roughly 20 to 40 beats per minute (bpm) below your [[anaerobic capacity]]

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1. for the average-fitness rider, this simple method seems to work well

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2. [[muscle buffering capacity]] → aerobic threshold

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1. the former might increase the latter?

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1. aggregate data; high-level data which is acquired by combining individual-level data^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aggregate_data]

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2. a diagram showing the basic meaning of aggregate data, which is a combination of individual data^[By Chubbylilrabbit - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=96172095]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/e/e3/Diagram_of_aggregate_data.jpg" width="500" />

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# related

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1. [[pooling (artificial neural networks)]]

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1. agnomen; was a nickname in the Roman naming convention^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agnomen]

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1. just as the cognomen was initially. However, the cognomina eventually became [[family]] names, so agnomina were needed to distinguish between similarly named persons

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1. agoraphobia → significant other(s)

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1. people with agoraphobia tend to be unusually dependent on their significant other(s) due to their significant other(s) helping them stay away from their [[anxiety disorder|anxieties]] e.g. specific locations (secondary gain)^[The Anxiety and Phobia Workbook, p. 383]

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2. people with agoraphobia tend to have an anxious-preoccupied [[attachment style]]?

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1. algorithms to sort e.g. a bookshelf is mostly top-down

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1. much more [[algorithmic efficiency|efficient]], usually

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2. - Algorithms to Live By: The [[computer science]] of [[human]] Decisions, 85

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# Related

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1. [[bubble sort]]

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2. [[comparison counting sort]]

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# inversion vs. eversion

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1. **Example showing inversion and eversion of the [[foot]]**^[By Connexions - http://cnx.org, CC BY 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=29624333]

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1. ![image](https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/5/53/Eversion_and_inversion.jpg/331px-Eversion_and_inversion.jpg)

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# related

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1. [[kinesiology]]

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1. allocatietarieven; rente over geld lenen dat van te voren gealloceerd is^[https://www.reddit.com/r/DutchFIRE/comments/qxaqxl/comment/hl8d8yg/?utm_source=share&amp;utm_medium=web2x&amp;context=3]

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1. Je kunt geld lenen op twee manieren. Rood staan of een rond bedrag voor langere tijd tegen een gunstigere rente. Dat laatste is allocatie.

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1. allostasis; the process of achieving stability, or [[homeostasis]], through physiological or behavioral change^[Copstead & Banasik 2013]

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1. This can be carried out by means of alteration in HPA axis hormones, the [[autonomic nervous system]], cytokines, or a number of other systems, and is generally adaptive in the short term (McEwen & Wingfield 2003)

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# related

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1. [[behavioral plasticity]] → the higher, the more efficient allostasis

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1. amorality; an absence of, indifference towards, disregard for, or incapacity for morality.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amorality#cite_note-Johnstone_2008-1]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amorality#cite_note-Superson_2009-2]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amorality#cite_note-Dictionary.com-3]

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1. amphora; a type of container^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amphora#cite_note-1] with a pointed bottom and characteristic shape and size which fit tightly (and therefore safely) against each other in storage rooms and packages, tied together with rope and delivered by land or sea

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2. Amphorae designed for marine transport, taken from shipwrecks of the Bronze Age, on display in the Museum of Underwater Archaeology at Bodrum Castle, Turkey. The museum archaeologists have devised a rack and roping device to illustrate how the cargo might have been kept from shifting.

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Below: Panathenaic prize amphora in the black-figure style, showing the goddess Athena^[By Ad Meskens - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=5661567]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/7/77/Amphorae_stacking.jpg" width="300" />

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1. allocortex; characterized by having just three or four cortical layers^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allocortex]

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1. the allocortex is the much smaller area of [[cortex]] taking up just ten per cent

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2. [Allocortex, THE [[HUMAN]] MEMORY](https://human-memory.net/allocortex/)

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<img src="https://cdn-cfpnp.nitrocdn.com/CzhqckxwXkMSGajRdsdeuJeoGMEvyyqY/assets/static/optimized/human-memory.net/wp-content/uploads/2019/11/09fcb9dfff316316e6195cddc698113c.Allocortex.png" width="400" />

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# miscellaneous

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1. anger ↔ contempt ↔ [[resentment]]

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1. [[resentment]] is directed toward a higher-status individual; anger is directed toward an equal-status individual; and contempt is anger directed toward a lower-status individual.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resentment#cite_note-Solomon-17]

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1. amine; compounds and functional groups that contain a [[base (chemistry)|basic]] nitrogen atom with a lone pair^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amine]

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2. **Primary (1°) amine**^[By Kes47 (?) - File:Primary-amine-2D-general.png, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=15743067]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c6/Primary-amine-2D-general.svg" width="200" />

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1. transient branches sample the local environment for appropriate presynaptic contact sites and are then stabilized by the formation and maturation of synapses

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1. https://supermemo.guru/wiki/AMPA_receptors_stabilize_the_dendritic_branch

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# related

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1. [[eukaryote]]

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1. how does the 'emotional [[brain]]' express itself?^[The Body Keeps the Score: [[Brain]], [[Mind]], and Body in the Healing of Trauma, p. 240]

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1. through physical sensations

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1. The **alactic** anaerobic [[system]], which consists of high [[energy]] phosphates, adenosine triphosphate, and creatine phosphate; and

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2. The **lactic** anaerobic [[system]], which features anaerobic glycolysis.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anaerobic_exercise#cite_note-sport-spec-rehab-10]

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# anaerobic

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1. your body is anaerobic at the **start** (low intensity)^[https://youtu.be/BPBFmrFQ0Js?t=6190]

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1. like sprinting, breathing fine, and then having to breath hard after a while

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# related

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1. [[ancient Greek]]

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1. Antarctic oasis; a large area naturally free of snow and ice in the otherwise ice-covered continent of Antarctica

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1. can be caused by e.g. [[katabatic wind]][https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katabatic_wind#Impacts]

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# [[women]]

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1. to contemporaries outside of Sparta, Spartan [[women]] had a reputation for promiscuity and controlling their husbands^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women_in_ancient_Sparta]

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1. ankh; an ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol that was most commonly used in writing and in Egyptian art to represent the word for "life" and, by extension, as a symbol of life itself^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ankh]

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2. The King Ramsès II among the gods. Painted limestone. Circa 1275 BC. 19th dynasty. From the small temple built by Ramses II in Abydos. (Louvre museum, Paris, France).^[By Tangopaso - Self-photographed, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=66556885]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a2/Le_roi_Rams%C3%A8s_parmi_les_dieux_%28Louvre%2C_B_13%29.jpg" width="300" />

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# psychopharmacology

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1. antidepressants → patients with ↮ without histories of abuse or neglect

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1. research has shown that depressed patients without prior histories of abuse or neglect tend to respond much better to antidepressants than patients with those backgrounds^[The Body Keeps the Score: [[Brain]], [[Mind]], and Body in the Healing of Trauma, p. 177]^[C. B. Nemeroff, et al., “Differential Responses to [[Psychotherapy]] Versus [[Pharmacotherapy]] in Patients with Chronic Forms of Major [[Depression]] and Childhood Trauma,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 100, no. 24 (2003): 14293–96. See also C. Heim, P. M. Plotsky, and C. B. Nemeroff, “Importance of Studying the Contributions of Early Adverse Experience to Neurobiological Findings in [[Depression]],” Neuropsychopharmacology 29, no. 4 (2004): 641–48.]

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2. why?

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1. antidepressants enhancing what's already there?

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1. atypical antipsychotic vs. typical antipsychotic (respectively)^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atypical_antipsychotic]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Typical_antipsychotic]

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1. 1970s vs. 1950s

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2. Although atypical antipsychotics are thought to be safer than typical antipsychotics, they still have severe side effects, including [[tardive dyskinesia]] (a serious movement disorder), neuroleptic malignant [[syndrome]], and increased risk of stroke, sudden cardiac death, blood clots, and diabetes. Significant weight gain may occur. Critics have argued that "the time has come to abandon the terms first-generation and second-generation antipsychotics, as they do not merit this distinction."^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atypical_antipsychotic#cite_note-6]

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# related

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1. [[drug]]

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# Anki [[hardware and software]]

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1. what could cause high CPU usage in Anki?

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1. hardware acceleration is off (by default)

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# reviews

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1. Anki flags → [[Levels of Processing model]]

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1. Anki flags might increase the [[Levels of Processing model|levels-of-processing effect]]

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2. what could be more effective than reading the whole note? (Anki)

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1. trying to recall the whole note

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3. age → accuracy of answer on a cloze + why

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1. the less you used a cloze elsewhere*the older the cloze/note, the less accurate you need to answer it due to high [[opportunity cost]]

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1. high [[opportunity cost]] → would be more efficient to spend your [[time]] and energy on clozes you are more likely to use (in the future)

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2. age → determines "confidence interval" alongside "frequency"

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# adding notes

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1. how could it be a *good* phenomenon to add something to Anki that's "obvious"?

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1. probably higher intervals

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2. could aid to the proof that you already know the elements well required for understanding it

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2. how could it be a *bad* thing to add something to Anki that's "obvious"?

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1. (too many) obvious things that you already use well (subconsciously) → diminishing returns

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2. e.g. it would be like reading a book you already read

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4. X → Y

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1. "'Y' makes use of 'X'"

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1. ≤4th dimension

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2. **related**: [[Obsidian.md]]

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5. how to fix the last line (bring it back)? (Anki)

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1. And did not she herself revile me there?

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*not to be confused with: revel*

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1. toggle [[network topology|(un)ordered]] list

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1. elements possibly contributing to an optimal item:

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1. compressing an item where "differential quantity - differential quality = 0" (local/global maximum)

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2. representing one chunk in your [[human brain|brain]]

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3. sufficiently long [[half-life]] (e.g. hundreds of years isn't necessary)

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4. low enough [[interference theory|interference]]

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5. note:card ratio=1

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## data compression

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1. comparison (SRS compression)

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1. comparisons between items can reduce the quantity of notes e.g. the following compresses it to 50%:

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A; B + C; D

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→ "A ↮ C

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B ↮ D (respectively)"

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## cloze ([[knowledge]] formulation)

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1. what [[algorithm]] can you use to determine what to cloze? (Anki)

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1. [[adaptive replacement cache]] → whatever you cloze, you bring to a higher [[cache]] hierachy

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2. which of the following notes could be more effective + why (Anki)

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static [[IQ]] test; they test an individual’s [[knowledge]] and ability to solve one-off problems they do not directly measure the ability to learn and adapt over [[time]]^[Universal [[Intelligence]]: A [[Definition]] of Machine [[Intelligence]], p. 9]

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static ↮ dynamic [[IQ]] test

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?

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1. the latter, because you question both of them (rather than just one)

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1. you can't necessarily expect you will automatically recall the antonym (dynamic in the former), ◇although it may happen subconsciously

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1. should you cloze e.g. "increases" in the following? + why

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1. [[social learning theory]] → [[social currency]]

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social learning increases social currency (usually)

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1. no, because it's redundant (you already stored it by expanding the content of "social learning theory → social currency")

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1. **related**: [[interference theory]]

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1. why did you decide to only cloze 1 component + what

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1. mathematical model; a description of a system using mathematical concepts and [[language]]

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1. only clozed the latter → I will rarely use the term "mathematical model", but it's description might make me remind of this concept

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1. clozing the latter has a larger "area of effect"

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# stats

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1. how to view how many past reviews you did in e.g. a month?

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2. ![[Anki Reviews.png]]

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1. searching for "rated:30" in "Browse" gives a lower number (less accurate?)

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2. how much faster than top 1% students/intelligent people do you learn according to the following?

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1. ![[Anki Browse.png]]

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3. ![[Anki Time Spent Creating Cards.jpg]]

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4. ![[Anki Reviews.png]]

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1. top students = 6 items per day*30 days in 160 hours ≈ 1 lifetime item per hour

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2. you = 826 items in 30 days in 30.42 hours ≈ 28 lifetime items per hour

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# browse

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1. how to search for a note ID (Anki)?

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1. nid:*n*

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2. how to search for the specific phrase e.g. "dog" (and not e.g. "doggy"?) (Anki)

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1. Browse → w:dog

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1. effort → anterior cingulate gyrus + dorsal striatum^[The Happy [[Brain]]: The Science of Where [[happiness]] Comes from, and Why, p. 66]

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1. the latter show greater activity when greater amounts of effort is required

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1. apatheia; refers to a state of [[mind]] in which one is not disturbed by the passions

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1. it is best translated by the word equanimity rather than indifference

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# related

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1. [[philosophy]]

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2. [[happiness]]

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# see also

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1. The [[Happiness]] Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom, p. 103

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1. anticonvulsant; a diverse group of pharmacological agents used in the treatment of epileptic seizures. Are also increasingly being used in the treatment of bipolar disorder^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anticonvulsant#cite_note-Joshi_Bow_Agius_2019_pp._595–603-2]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anticonvulsant#cite_note-3] and borderline personality disorder,^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anticonvulsant#cite_note-4] since many seem to act as mood stabilizers^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anticonvulsant#cite_note-Al-Otaibi_pp._321–344-1]^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anticonvulsant#cite_note-5]

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1. appetite (main components): [[palatability]] and satiety^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palatability#Satiety_and_palatability]

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1. higher [[palatability]] decreases appetite slower

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2. palatability is part of the positive feedback loop and satiation is a negative feedback loop^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palatability#Satiety_and_palatability]

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# related

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1. [[Animalia]]

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# treatment

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## short-term

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1. why does focusing on the present alleviate anxiety?^[[Alok Kanojia](https://youtu.be/qvaB2d5yDf8?t=660)]

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1. because anxiety is future-oriented

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2. **related**

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1. [[consciousness]] (being occupied by the present instead)

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2. try to focus on your peripheral vision when experiencing anxiety^[https://www.reddit.com/r/seduction/comments/ngn9c7/im_going_to_share_with_you_guys_the_ultimate/]

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1. **related**

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1. [[eye movement desensitization and reprocessing|EMDR]]

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2. thrashing (computer science)

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## general

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1. improve the following:^[https://qr.ae/pNyfyf ([[Franklin Veaux]])]

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1. How can I get past being scared and awkward? → I feel scared and awkward; how can I move in the direction I want to go anyway?

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1. The answer is, face down the fear. **Don't find a way to magically make it go away so you can interact with people**; interact with people even though you're scared, and the [[feeling]] loses its power over you.

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1. **personal**: reducing [[cerebral cortex|cortex]]-based anxiety beforehand

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2. "identifying, expressing, and communicating [[feeling|feelings]]" → anxiety disorders

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1. the former is an essential part for recovering from the latter

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2. it is just as important as relaxation, desensitization, and the cognitive skills discussed in previous chapters

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1. e.g. reducing [[neural competition]]

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3. how could trying to prepare for something you are anxious about backfire?

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1. making yourself think it's a very big thing requiring lots of preparation

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1. sometimes it's just a matter of the basics (e.g. anti-anxiety techniques → e.g. 4-7-8 breathing) and doing it

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1. **related**

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1. [[amygdala-based anxiety]]

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# [[developmental psychopathology]]

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1. what does the book "The anxiety and Phobia Workbook, p. 11" think causes anxiety disorders mainly?

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1. stress accumulating over time

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1. which can also result in *inter alia* addictive disorders, [[depression]], and the increased incidence of degenerative disease

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2. **related**: [[allostatic load]]

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# fysiology

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1. [[adrenaline]] (half-life) ≈ 2 minutes^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adrenaline]

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1. **see also**

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1. [Alok Kanojia on social anxiety](https://youtu.be/oUrkfSzpt20?t=390)

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# [[psychology]]

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1. is it common to not feel anxious when engaging in an activity you felt anxious about (e.g. approaching girls)?^[[Alok Kanojia](https://youtu.be/qvaB2d5yDf8?t=780)]

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1. yes, because you are focusing on the present (anxiety focuses on the future)

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# [[neurophysiology]]

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1. [[thalamus]] → [[prefrontal cortex]] ↮ [[amygdala]] (time)^[The Body Keeps the Score: [[Brain]], [[Mind]], and Body in the Healing of Trauma, p. 77]

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1. it takes several microseconds longer for [[information]] from the [[thalamus]] to reach the [[prefrontal cortex]] as opposed to the [[amygdala]]

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# examples

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1. give an example of "being anxious about the past"^[[Alok Kanojia on anxiety](https://youtu.be/qvaB2d5yDf8?t=240)]

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1. e.g. worrying you said something dumb

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2. how is anxiety projected into the future even when "being anxious about the past"?

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1. the possible consequences e.g. worrying you said something dumb and its possible **future** consequences (future=everything beyond that [[memory]])

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# related

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1. [[negativity bias]]

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1. assignment ([[computer science]]); sets and/or re-sets the value stored in the storage location(s) denoted by a variable name^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assignment_(computer_science)]

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# examples

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1. a := 2·a (assignment (computer science))^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assignment_(computer_science)]

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1. means that the content of the variable a is doubled after the execution of the statement

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1. attention restoration theory; asserts that people can concentrate better after spending time in nature, or even looking at scenes of nature^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attention_restoration_theory]

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1. **Aesthetic, yet unimportant or secondary, stimuli can prove effective in combating mental fatigue** (especially with [[autism]]?). Attention restoration theory claims that looking at natural landscapes, such as beaches, forest or mountain landscapes will allow for your [[mind]] to sit in the **[[default mode network]]**, to wander freely and thereby relaxing the stringent focus of everyday life.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Attention_restoration_theory#cite_note-:3-11] The [[mind]]-wandering provided in the [[default mode network]] will allow for the [[mind]] to restore its directed attention capacities.

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# related

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1. [[shinrin-yoku]]

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2. [[autism]]

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1. apical dendrite; a dendrite that emerges from the apex of a pyramidal [[cell]].^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apical_dendrite#cite_note-15th-1]

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2. The apical dendrite rises from the apex of the pyramidal [[cell]]'s soma. The apical dendrite is a single, long, thick dendrite that branches several times as distance from the soma increases and extends towards the cortical surface.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramidal_cell#cite_note-Megias-4]

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3. A reconstruction of a pyramidal [[cell]]. Soma and dendrites are labeled in red, [[axon]] arbor in blue. (1) Soma, (2) Basal dendrite, (3) Apical dendrite, (4) [[axon]], (5) Collateral [[axon]].

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1. By Fabuio - Own work, CC BY 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=60707501

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2. nidd1608540438810

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4. dendrites = receptors? + why

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1. no, but dendrites to contain receptors

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1. The surface of the dendrites is filled with receptors that become enacted upon by neurotransmitters that traversed the [[synapse]] after the pre-synaptic neuron fired and released neurotransmitters into the [[synapse]].^[https://www.sciencedirect.com/topics/psychology/dendrites]

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5.

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# Related

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1. [[axon]]

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2. [[receptor (biochemistry)]]

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3.

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1. axial fatigue; results from loading weight onto the spine and is an intersection between local and systemic fatigue^[https://www.instagram.com/p/CZR-ZSGpOKZ/]

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1. arches of the [[foot]] (function); allow the [[foot]] to support the weight of the body in the erect posture with the least weight

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2. **Representation of the three arches of the [[foot]].**^[https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Representation-of-the-three-arches-of-the-foot-The-transverse-arch-is-marked-in-red-and_fig1_330414426]

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1. ![image](https://www.researchgate.net/publication/330414426/figure/fig1/AS:715676171907075@1547641904678/Representation-of-the-three-arches-of-the-foot-The-transverse-arch-is-marked-in-red-and.jpg)

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# related

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1. [[pedorthist]]

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2. [[podiatrist]]

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3. [[pronation of the foot]]

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1. associative combinatorial hierarchical learning → [[information#^9344be|knowledge quality]]

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1. the former increases the latter e.g. higher utilization time

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1. i.e. when connecting different concepts → increases utilization time every iteration (not taking into account other factors increasing "value" e.g. network effect)

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1. Armageddon (chess); e.g. white gets five minutes on the clock and black only four minutes. On paper, this is a large advantage. But on the flip side, white has to win the game to win the match. A draw means black wins.^[https://qr.ae/pGdtaJ]

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# examples

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1. Russo-Ukrainian War^[https://qr.ae/pGdtaJ]

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1. aphantasia; the inability to voluntarily create mental images in one's mind.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aphantasia#cite_note-1]

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# subclasses

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1. [[Pavlovian conditioning]]

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1. Bālāsana^[By Iveto - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=11745299]

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<img src="https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/0/0b/Balasana.JPG" width="200" />

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2. especially difficult (and helpful if they succeed) for rape victims to imitate^[The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma, p. 317]

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# related

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1. [[asana]]

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1. [[ASUS]] Smart Contrast Ratio; enhances the display’s dynamic contrast ratio up to 100,000,000:1, which adjusts the brightness according to the content so that the picture will be displayed with better dark levels and more vivid colors, creating sharper and brighter images, especially during video and movie playback^[https://www.asus.com/us/support/FAQ/1009178/]

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1. autosomal dominant compelling helio-ophthalmic outburst [[syndrome]]; a reflex condition that causes sneezing in response to numerous stimuli, such as looking at bright lights or periocular (surrounding the eyeball) injection

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1. the condition affects 18–35% of the world's population,^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photic_sneeze_reflex#cite_note-2] but its exact mechanism of action is not well understood.^[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Photic_sneeze_reflex#cite_note-Breitenbach_RA_1993-3]

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1. people with "avoidant [[attachment style]]" are more likely to bully and people with "anxious [[attachment style]]" their victims^[The Body Keeps the Score: [[Brain]], [[Mind]], and Body in the Healing of Trauma, p. 142]^[Main, 1990, op cit.]

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2. people with "avoidant [[attachment style]]" are more likely to show "[[displacement (psychology)]]"

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# microsociology

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1. is it common for people with avoidant attachment to miss people they pushed away?

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