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Damage or wear to type, resulting in a defective impression. Because each battered type creates a unique impression, Hinman, Blayney, and others have successfully used evidence from ...

mental handicap

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The Oxford Companion to the Mind (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2006
Subject:
Science and technology, Psychology, Philosophy
Length:
1,823 words

...neonatal period, factors such as high fever, jaundice, failure to breathe properly, or inadequate or unsuitable nutrition may cause retardation. The child's brain may be damaged by poisoning from sucking toys painted with paint containing lead monoxide or cadmium, or by baby battering ( see child abuse ), or by falls. One category in the AAMD list should be looked at with particular attention: diseases and conditions due to unknown or uncertain factors with structural reaction alone manifest—a category into which the ‘wild boy’ of Aveyron might well fit. It...

PEABODY, Elizabeth Palmer

PEABODY, Elizabeth Palmer (1804–1894)   Reference library

Monika Elbert

Dictionary of Early American Philosophers

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Current Version:
2013

...Abraham LINCOLN to discuss the abolitionist cause. Also from mid-century on Peabody became a more vocal proponent of women’s rights, attending various conventions, such as the Boston Woman’s Rights Convention in 1855 . On a personal level, she tried to help victimized and battered women and also campaigned for the education of the underprivileged and for freed slaves. In her sixties, Peabody took up the cause of Native Americans, and with her sister Mary helped Paiute Indian leader, Winnemucca, tell her story through writing and through speaking...

brain development

brain development   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to the Mind (2 ed.)

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Current Version:
2006
Subject:
Science and technology, Psychology, Philosophy
Length:
6,208 words
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5

...In Spain, Santiago Ramón y Cajal used silver staining to lay the foundations of modern neuroanatomy. Cajal pioneered microscope studies of how the brain develops. He imagined the growing tip of each new nerve fibre probing its way with delicate filaments, ‘a sort of battering ram, possessing an exquisite chemical sensitivity, rapid amoeboid movements and a certain driving force that permits it to push aside, or cross, objects in its way’. He concluded that formation of the right patterns of connections depends upon how this ‘growth cone’ chooses a...

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer

Peabody, Elizabeth Palmer (1804–94)   Reference library

The Dictionary of Modern American Philosophers

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Current Version:
2010
Subject:
Philosophy
Length:
2,762 words

...Abraham Lincoln to discuss the abolitionist cause. Also from mid century on Peabody became a more vocal proponent of women’s rights, attending various conventions, such as the Boston Woman’s Rights Convention in 1855 . On a personal level, she tried to help victimized and battered women and also campaigned for the education of the underprivileged and for freed slaves. In her sixties, Elizabeth Peabody took up the cause of Native Americans, and with her sister Mary helped Paiute Indian leader, Winnemucca, tell her story through writing and through speaking...

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