Create an Account CourseStreet Log in  Connect with Facebook
Home Blog
 

NRSC 2100 Blog

A GROUP WEBLOG FOR NRSC 2100 SUMMER NRSC 2100

Showing entries tagged fusiform gyrus.  Show all entries

February 8, 2020

How to Remove Quick Heal Antivirus From Your Computer


With its user-friendly interface, Quick Heal Antivirus Crack claimed that it can provide hassle-free protection for your system. Once installed it plays a role as a shield against virus, Trojans, spyware, worms and other malicious threats. It also said it can protect your computer from new and unknown viruses as well as block malicious websites by using its DNA Scan technology, and it takes up very small resources and gives your PC enough protection without slowing it down.

I gave this antivirus a trial a few months ago. But all I can say is that it was actually light on resources and had an easy to use guide, and the most favorable comment I can make is that it is not so easy to uninstall Quick Heal Antivirus from your computer.

If due to any reason you want to remove Quick Heal, you can follow the below methods:

Method 1 Free but you may not conduct a clean removal by this method

Note that before you conduct this uninstallation, please shut down all programs. And Uninstalling this software in Windows NT/2000/XP requires administrative privilege.

Step 1 Click Uninstall Quick Heal from Start-Programs-Quick Heal group.

Step 2 The Uninstaller will prompt for the deletion of Reports, and then proceed by pressing OK.

Step 3 Uninstaller at last will prompt you to restart your system for changes to take effect

Method 2 Completely deleting this antivirus in seconds

If you are unable to uninstall it your computer by using method as stated above, then download an automate removal tool to help you.
Posted by      Ettiene N. at 5:29 AM MST
displaying most recent comments (5 ommitted) | Comments (8)
  Ricky Johnson  says:
The new domain name comes with a host of new features and many changes have been made to the website in order to facilitate smoother and better interaction with the website. Novalocker is here to stay and always ready to keep operating for as long as possible. Whether the website address changes or not, 123movies is always committed to providing unlimited amount of free online content with other domains. For as long as there is a market for new content with no costs, a market that continues to increase with the current media climate and ticket prices 123movies will continue exist. The website will continue to provide new content that can be streamed with the click of a button. You can now stream the website for free with your computer or any other browsing device.dsfsf
Posted on Wed, 26 Feb 2020 12:35 AM MST by Ricky J.
  john smith  says:
This is extremely helpful post for us. There are many programs like Research Paper Writing Services on internet that can help you to remove quick heal antivirus from your computer.
Posted on Sat, 7 Mar 2020 1:18 AM MST by john s.
  Lita Copeland  says:
Details are awesome and very useful in this post, and thanks for sharing this brilliant post. Zzteck Promo Codes
Posted on Thu, 23 Apr 2020 10:47 AM MDT by Lita C.

October 23, 2011

True or False: Emotions and Electrons Are Alike (Answer: true)


Remember that one time your girlfriend or boyfriend got ketchup on their nose while eating French fries and you thought it was hilarious, but immediately afterwards you felt guilty because they glared at you and growled for a napkin?

There is a word for that: ambivalence. The word ambivalence means that you feel two contradictory emotions (hilarity and guilty) simultaneously. Look a little more closely at the word ambivalence and you can probably guess what electrons and emotions have in common: valences. Emotional valences, like valence electrons, are shown outwardly on a persons face and they either attract (positive valence) or repel (negative valence) the person at which they are directed.

Many studies, since the advent of the fMRI, have examined the underlying circuitry involved in the expression and perception of emotion, especially negative valence emotions such as anger, sadness, and fear. The paper I analyzed is no exception to this rule: researchers from Kings College London, University College London, and the University of Z├╝rich worked together to a) ascertain the circuitry that underlies the processing of emotionally negative facial expressions, and b) determine whether or not the amygdala is involved in the conscious processing of emotive faces. Basically, they wanted to know if our first response to facial expressions is to think or react.

In the study, a pool of 40 subjects (selected based on a range of nonspecific qualities) were shown a set of 60 faces and a corresponding number of fixation crosses (an image of a white screen on which a + is superimposed), while in an fMRI. Each of the 60 faces displayed either a neutral expression or a negative expression (anger, fear, or sadness) and the subjects used a clicker to indicate whether the face did or did not show an emotion. For each face, the response time and accuracy was recorded and was used in concert with the data provided by the fMRI images. In addition to the tests performed using the fMRI, a battery of statistical tests corrected for noise and anatomical dissimilarities among participants.

The findings are significant: the amygdala is not the only cranial structure that modulates facial processing. To be more specific, their results show that while the amygdala is involved in the processing of facial affect(Dima et al 1) there are also pathways to and from the fusiform gyrus, the inferior occipital gyrus, and the ventrolateral prefrontal cortex, which do not involve the amygdala. Most notably, anger was mediated by the inferior occipital gyrus and ventrolateral prefrontal cortex, not the amygdala.

What does all of that mean?

Basically, our brains have evolved for cognition for so long that we now respond to physical or emotional danger (anger in this case) in a cognitive fashion. We think before we react to a potentially harmful event.

Now think back for a second to your girlfriend or boyfriend with ketchup all over their nose. If this research holds, you will not immediately react and give them the napkin; you will, in fact, think about the potential harm that could come to you if you do not (minimal: they probably will not punch you), and the potential benefits you will reap if you do not (photographic evidence of the event). As far as I am concerned this decision is easy: memory is leaky; emotions are transient; but a picture lasts a lifetime.

What would you do?

Source: https://cuvpn.colorado.edu/content/31/40/,DanaInfo=www.jneurosci.org+14378.full.pdf+html?sid=20ba56d1-84f2-4fdb-b108-83aed6437270
Edited by      Christina U. at 2:03 PM MDT
  sheri davis  says:
Hey There. I found your blog just now. This is a really well written article.I will make sure to bookmark it and come back to read more of your useful information. Thanks for the post.IÔ??ll definitely return. Check this best essay writing service
Posted on Sun, 29 Dec 2019 10:24 PM MST by sheri d.
  laila Sheikh  says:
I was searching for a thesis writing help in Rawalpindi when my cousin recommended me Thesis Writer in Rawalpindi. Indeed, I am fascinated by their work. They are the most reliable best thesis writers in Rawalpindi
Posted on Wed, 11 Mar 2020 3:14 AM MDT by laila S.




 Copyright © 2007-2016 Don Cooper, Ph.D.. All rights reserved.
  Feed — Subscribe: RSS