Samples "Science History"

Science History

Neuromuscular Therapy History and Applications

Neuromuscular Therapy emerged with the advent of the 20th century by a scientist from Latvia known as Stanley Lief. In the development of his ideology, Lief depended on ayurvedic and Varma medicine in a combination with American osteopathy and chiropractry. Major progressions were acquired in his philosophy 1925 after his...

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902 words | 4 page(s)
Research on Psychologist Carol Gilligan

This paper explores the scientific contribution of a famous American feminist scholar Carol Gilligan to the development of modern psychology. It gives a brief biographical review about the scholar, focuses on her psychological perspective, main issues of the research, key theories suggested by the scholar, and also provides the analysis...

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653 words | 3 page(s)
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The Ethical Issues of Dr. Sims’s Vesico-vaginal Experiment

Dr. James Marion Sims, sometimes referred to as the “father of gynecology”  remains, however, one of the most controversial American gynecologists. His greatest medical achievement consisted in curing the vesico-vaginal fistula, which had been a common disease following the childbirth in the 19th century. Today his medical achievements are considered...

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609 words | 3 page(s)
When Giants Roamed

The Pleistocene epoch was primarily marked by the glaciation of the earth. More than 30% of the world, primarily in the northern portions of the globe, were covered in ice. These glaciers changed the landscape of the ground below, shaping new mountains and carving new valleys. While the massive ice...

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620 words | 3 page(s)
Science and Religion: Cultural Traditions and Contemporary World Views

Although science can be objective, there are always elements of subjectivity to it. Scientists interpret their findings by looking at some criteria while looking past others. Those in medicine, for instance, sometimes categorize diseases based on their causes, though they could instead categorize them based on their symptoms. Furthermore, each...

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556 words | 3 page(s)