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  • 81Sensory deprivation — or perceptual isolation[1] is the deliberate reduction or removal of stimuli from one or more of the senses. Simple devices such as blindfolds or hoods and earmuffs can cut off sight and hearing respectively, while more complex devices can also… …

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  • 82Multiple deprivation index — The Index of Multiple Deprivation is a UK government statistical study of deprived areas in UK local authorities. The first study (released in 2004) covers seven aspects of deprivation. The statistics described by the Neighbourhood Renewal Unit… …

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  • 83sensory deprivation experiments and hallucinations —    Sensory deprivation experiments are also known as isolation experiments. Both terms are used to denote an experimental study in which a test person is subjected to a drastically reduced and depatterned sensory input. Biomedical case reports of …

    Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • 84Indices of deprivation 2007 — The Indices of deprivation 2007 (ID 2007) is a Deprivation index at the small area level, created by the British Department for Communities and Local Government(DCLG) and released on the 6/12/2007. It follows the ID2004 and because much of the… …

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  • 85Sensorische Deprivation — Als Sensorische Deprivation wird der Entzug (Deprivation) von sensorischen Reizen (also Sinneseindrücken, siehe auch Wahrnehmung) bezeichnet. Die Bezeichnungen Reizentzug und Reizdeprivation werden als Synonyme für sensorische Deprivation… …

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  • 86sleep deprivation-induced hallucination —    Also known as sleep deprivation hallucination. The term sleep deprivation refers to the deliberate prevention of sleep. Sleep deprivation may be self induced or induced by others, as in interrogation, torture, or sleep deprivation experiments …

    Dictionary of Hallucinations

  • 87Titles Deprivation Act 1917 — The Titles Deprivation Act 1917 is an Act of Parliament of the United Kingdom according to which enemies of the United Kingdom during the First World War could be deprived of their peerage and royal titles. Its long title was An Act to deprive… …

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  • 88Tony Wright (sleep deprivation) — Tony Wright, author and consciousness researcher from Penzance, Cornwall, holds multiple endurance records.leep deprivation recordHe claimed the world sleep deprivation record in May 2007. [cite web | author =Daily Mail | url… …

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  • 89sensory deprivation — the state in which there is a major reduction in incoming sensory information. Prolonged sensory deprivation is damaging as the body depends for health and normal function on constant stimulation. The main input sensory channels are the eyes,… …

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  • 90Remnants of Deprivation — Infobox Album | Name = Remnants of Deprivation Type = studio Artist = Visceral Bleeding Released = 2002 Recorded = Genre = Death metal Length = 26:32 Label = Producer = Reviews = [http://www.metal observer.com/articles.php?lid=1 sid=1 id=8718]… …

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  • 91Monocular deprivation — is an experimental technique used by neuroscientists to study central nervous system plasticity. Generally, one of an animal s eyes is sutured shut during a period of high cortical plasticity (4–5 weeks old in mice (Gordon 1997)). This… …

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  • 92vacation deprivation — n. Foregoing vacation days because of busyness at work. vacation deprived adj. Example Citations: Workers are expected to give back 574 million vacation days in 2006, depriving themselves of much needed breaks, according to Expedia.com s annual… …

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  • 93Fluid deprivation test — A fluid or water deprivation test is a medical test for the purposes of diagnosing the causes of polydipsia, a condition of excessive thirst that causes an excessive intake of water. The patient is required, for a prolonged period, to forgo… …

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  • 94Language deprivation experiments — have been attempted several times through history, isolating infants from the normal use of spoken or signed language in an attempt to discover the fundamental character of human nature or the origins of language. The American literary scholar… …

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  • 95Cultural deprivation — is a term referring to the absence of certain expected and acceptable cultural phenomena in the environment which results in the failure of the individual to communicate and respond in the most appropriate manner within the context of society.… …

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  • 96Soziale Deprivation — Mit dem Begriff soziale Isolation beschreibt die Soziale Arbeit die Lebenssituation von Menschen, die in stark unterdurchschnittlichem Ausmaß gesellschaftliche, soziale Kontakte zu anderen Menschen unterhalten. Je nachdem, wie weit das… …

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  • 97self-deprivation — noun A deprivation at ones own initiative. Dieting is self deprivation …

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  • 98cycle of deprivation — A theory popularized in the 1970s to explain the persistence of poverty and other forms of socio economic disadvantage through generations. The theory postulates that ‘family pathology’ is the principal mechanism for transmitting social… …

    Dictionary of sociology

  • 99transmitted deprivation — See cycle of deprivation ; deprivation …

    Dictionary of sociology

  • 100sensory deprivation — the state in which there is a major reduction in incoming sensory information. Prolonged sensory deprivation is damaging as the body depends for health and normal function on constant stimulation. The main input sensory channels are the eyes,… …

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