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The Science Of Motivation
 
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What's the best way to stay motivated? 8 More SIMPLE Motivation Tips: https://youtu.be/MU9NiuguC2I Get a FREE Audible Trial: http://audible.com/asap Written by Rachel Salt, Mitchell Moffit and Gregory Brown SUBSCRIBE for more (it's free!): http://bit.ly/asapsci GET THE ASAPSCIENCE BOOK: http://asapscience.com/book/ FOLLOW US! Instagram and Twitter: @whalewatchmeplz and @mitchellmoffit Clickable: http://bit.ly/16F1jeC and http://bit.ly/15J7ube AsapINSTAGRAM: https://instagram.com/asapscience/ Facebook: http://facebook.com/AsapSCIENCE Twitter: http://twitter.com/AsapSCIENCE Tumblr: http://asapscience.tumblr.com Vine: Search "AsapSCIENCE" on vine! SNAPCHAT 'whalewatchmeplz' and 'pixelmitch' Created by Mitchell Moffit (twitter @mitchellmoffit) and Gregory Brown (twitter @whalewatchmeplz). Send us stuff! ASAPSCIENCE INC. P.O. Box 93, Toronto P Toronto, ON, M5S2S6 Further Reading: References http://www.ajpmonline.org/article/S0749-3797(14)00327-4/pdf Prescribing Pleasure and Meaning Cultivating Walking Motivation and Maintenance http://www.biomedcentral.com/content/pdf/1479-5868-8-94.pdf Rebranding exercise: closing the gap between values and behavior http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19210018 Desire or reason: predicting health behaviors from affective and cognitive attitudes. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1348/014466609X425337/abstract The role of affect and cognition in health decision making https://home.ubalt.edu/tmitch/641/deci_ryan_2000.pdf Self-determination theory and the facilitation of intrinsic motivation, social development, and well-being http://www.researchgate.net/publication/230764988_Impulsive_versus_reflective_influences_on_behavior_A_theoretical_framework_and_empirical_review Impulsive versus reflective influences on behavior: A theoretical framework and empirical review http://www.researchgate.net/publication/225049864_Doing_What_Feels_Good_(and_Avoiding_What_Feels_Bad)-a_Growing_Recognition_of_the_Influence_of_Affect_on_Exercise_Behavior_a_Comment_on_Williams_et_al Doing What Feels Good (and Avoiding What Feels Bad)-a Growing Recognition of the Influence of Affect on Exercise Behavior: a Comment on Williams et al. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/0306460389900506 Ringing in the new year: The change processes and reported outcomes of resolutions http://link.springer.com/article/10.1023%2FB%3AMOEM.0000040154.40922.14 Why Do You Regulate What You Eat? Relationships Between Forms of Regulation, Eating Behaviors, Sustained Dietary Behavior Change, and Psychological Adjustment http://sdtheory.s3.amazonaws.com/SDT/documents/o-8859-1_Q_Multidimensional=5FWork=5FMotivation=5FScale=5FValidation_=__=_iso-8859-1_Q_=5Fevidence=5Fin=5Fseven=5Flanguages=5Fand=5Fnine=5Fcountr_=_ies.pdf The Multidimensional Work Motivation Scale: Validation evidence in seven languages and nine countries http://psycnet.apa.org/journals/edu/99/4/734/ Autonomous, controlled, and amotivated types of academic motivation: A person-oriented analysis. http://www.econstor.eu/bitstream/10419/55603/1/505087677.pdf Large stakes and big mistakes http://www.pnas.org/content/107/49/20911.short Neural basis of the undermining effect of monetary reward on intrinsic motivation http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2FBF01173206 Expectation, fantasy, and weight loss: Is the impact of positive thinking always positive? https://books.google.ca/books?hl=en&lr=&id=oPHHwfdVvnwC&oi=fnd&pg=PA99&dq=Polivy+what+the+hell+effect&ots=TMf8ELxxMb&sig=bJ4qQUpll1eQXnyeLNMFPduA2pI#v=onepage&q=Polivy%20what%20the%20hell%20effect&f=false The 'what the hell'effect: Some effects of goal proximity and goal framing on performance
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Effective dieting-how to boost weight loss.
 
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https://chrisbyrnetarot.wordpress.com/ For bookings, public events/weddings/psychic fares/events Donate; https://www.patreon.com/ChristopherByrne?ty=h Carver CS & Scheier MF. Control theory: A useful conceptual framework for personality-social, clinical, and health psychology. Psychological Bulletin, 92(1): 111-135, 1982 Carol Dweck, Mindset: the new psychology of success Ellen Langer: Mindfulness Metzgar, C.J., Preston, A.G., Miller, D.L., & Nickols-Richardson, S.M. (2015). Factilitators and barriers to weight loss and weight loss maintenance: A qualitative exploration. Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, 28, 593-603. Thomas, S.L, Hyden, J., Karunaratne, A., Kausman, R., & Komesaroff, P.A. (2008). “They all work…when you stick to them”: A qualitative investigation of dieting, weight loss, and physical exercise, in obese individuals. Nutrition Journal, 7:34 Wing, RR & Phelan, S. (2005). Long term weight loss maintenance. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition 82, 222-225. https://www.endocrineweb.com/conditions/type-1-diabetes/what-insulin How to find your birth moon walk through; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uvVd4Za6a0 Are you feeling stuck? Do you have anxiety regarding the future? Is he/she the one, well you have potentially found the channel where the answers are. I use the wisdom of Tarot as a powerful physiological tool to access the deep wisdom you hold within you. Helping you to empower yourself. If you would like to book a session with me anywhere in the world it is an investment that will change your life. https://chrisbyrnetarot.wordpress.com/ Donate; https://www.patreon.com/ChristopherByrne?ty=h How to find your birth moon walk through; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uvVd4Za6a0
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How To Eat All Day Long and Still Lose Weight - Sample Meal Plan
 
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GAIN LEAN MASS - https://morelli.fit/build-more-muscle DROP BODY FAT - https://morelli.fit/lose-more-fat SUPPLEMENT STORE - https://morelli.fit/supplement-store As I always say, the weight loss process is 80% diet and 20% exercise. I have given lots of diet advice on this blog already, but some people just want a meal plan to follow. So, you asked, and I have answered. Here is a meal plan for a single day. But first, you need to know about the... Foundations of Eating For Weight Loss Find your BMR -- you don't need to count calories but you do need to find your BMR (Basal Metabolic Rate). This refers to the number of calories you burn during the day - while you are at rest. Next, divide by 5/6 meals -- when you have the BMR, divide the number by 5 or 6. This will give you the number of calories that you need to consume during each meal. This number does not need to be absolutely accurate. It should be an approximation. Know which foods to eat -- this is very important and will be explained below. Prepare your meals 24 hours in advance -- it is important that you always stay ahead of your schedule. If you don't stay prepared, you are very likely to eat some junk food, or processed food, during the day. Forget caloric deficit -- this is not important at the moment. I don't count calories, but I am aware of what I'm eating. Try to be conscious of your meal portions but don't obsess over it. Keep these 5 concepts in mind when reading the rest of this article. The Meal Plan OK, let's get into the actual meal plan (it is based on the 5 concepts above). 1st meal (options) Breakfast -- eat your breakfast within 30 minutes of waking up. This will rev up your metabolism and set you up for success for the rest of the day. Best option: Aim for eggs, bacon, turkey and avocado. This is the best way to get the high quality fats and protein into your system. Backup option (when busy): protein shake and fruit is the next best option. You could also try gain-less granola and fruit. Or almond butter and fruit. 2nd meal (options) (2/3 hours later) Protein shake and fruit Hard boiled eggs Almond butter Protein bar Nuts seeds and fruit 3rd meal (options) (2/3 hours later) Chicken Tuna Shrimp salad Sweet potato Veggies Steak Fruit Almond butter Avocado and nuts Small amount of white rice NOTE: all of the foods listed above (the first 3 meals of the day) are interchangeable. You can mix them around to your own tastes. 4th meal (options) (2/3 hours later) - You need to eat leaner foods as you get closer to bedtime. Protein shake without fruit Almond butter with celery Veggie sticks Macadamias 5th meal (options) (2/3 hours later) Salmon and veggies Seafood Steak Chicken Avocado A little dark chocolate Glass of red wine 6th meal (options) (2/3 hours later) --this is the last meal of the day. It should be every lean (protein and fats only) Lean meats Veggies Handful of almonds That is a sample meal plan that promotes fat loss. Notice that the meals are very lean closer to the end of the day. This will keep your metabolism charged up without storing any fat. The Most Important Take Away Message If you look at the foods listed above you will notice a few commonalities. These include: No processed foods. No refined carbohydrates. No sugar. No grains or wheat. You will also notice that all the foods are listed are whole foods. This is very important and the best way to get started. **Counting calories is not as important as many people imagine. If you eat only whole foods, you will start to lose weight. As you do this over the weeks, you can then begin to focus more on caloric deficit and get leaner still. However, to begin with, don't get hung up on every calorie. It will just cause stress and lead to cortisol in the body. If you follow the 4 principles above you will certainly lose weight. This is exactly how I lost 30 pounds of fat in under 120 days. Use the principles, and the meal plan, above to ignite your fat loss efforts and feel full and energetic.
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Example Framework of a Research
 
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Everything Needed for Your 2018 Weightloss Journey: Keto, Fasting, and Unathleticism.
 
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This video is something I wanted to make as a launch pad for people trying to dredge through the plethora of misinformation on the web about fat loss. If you have any questions, ask in the comments. If I don't know the answer I may know where you can find it! So, if it doesn't go without saying I'm not a doctor. That said, my experiences have made me a strong advocate for learning about these concepts and seeing what they have to offer everyone individually, because although this doesn't fit everyone's goals it's at least something that holds validity in an ocean of misnomers. Below are all of the most helpful creators and resources I draw answers from as well a playlist that outlined the initial progression of understanding I developed before implementing these frameworks. Godspeed to you all in 2018! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A playlist of videos that got me started: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXbV4LTK16ZXn83-b5d6HrIbx1it08at6&disable_polymer=true ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- This is everyone you should know moving forward! KetoConnect | Recipes, Experiments, Vlogs How to Start Keto: https://www.ketoconnect.net/ketogenic-diet/ Blog: www.ketoconnect.net YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzRYivTpUQ0r2qPPjfLoQiA/featured High Intensity Health | Medical Interviews, Experiments, General Dieting Practices YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/highintensityhealth Dr. Jason Fung | Fasting YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/drjasonfung My insights: 2:38 Keto - 3:31 Fasting - 6:41 Cardio - 11:25
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Time Your Cheat Meals Like This So You Don't Store Fat
 
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http://morelli.fit/2f05ZAL - Time your cheat meals but don't store fat on this plan Recently, I've been getting a lot of questions about how and when I eat cheat meals. So, I wanted to address that subject here. If you are looking to burn fat, and change your body for the better, then this will be a very important lesson for you. Before getting into that, I should cover what your general diet should consist of: whole foods (from as close to nature as possible). For example, eat meats, vegetables, seeds, nuts, a little fruit, and a little starch. In other words, you should have removed the refined sugars and the processed foods from your diet before you begin with this lesson. With that said, let's look at the major concepts around the idea of cheat meals. There are 3 main things to consider: Resiliency -- unless you put certain foods into your body, you will not know how those foods make your feel. This means that when you usually have a very clean diet and then cheat with sugar or processed foods, you will immediately notice the effects. It will be very clear to you how those foods effect your body, and you will become clear that they are not healthy or good for you. 90/10 Rule -- this means that 90% of the time you will eat clean foods. The other 10% of meals can come from cheat meals. To figure out how many meals this equates to over the week, just divide your weekly meals by ten. This is a good rule of thumb to follow if your training is dialed in. You will be very successful by following this ratio. Timing -- this concept follows from the 90/10 rule, and it will make it even more effective. By using this rule you will store even less body fat, and really start to perfect your fat loss routine. Here is why carb timing is important: The harder you train, the more glucose your body uses. This means that your body can absorb more glucose after you train, without storing it as fat. As such, the best time to consume carbs (cheat meals) is after your highest intensity training. So, figure out when you will be training very intensely during the week, and schedule your cheat meal right after that workout (within 30-45 minutes). Lastly, be sure to include some protein at every meal, yes even your cheat meals. There are several benefits. Summary Use the 3 concepts above and you will really start to see major changes in your body. You will also feel good about your nutrition plan, as it allows for some variety and keeps things interesting.
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The Meatification of Diets and the Ecological Hoofprint with Tony Weis
 
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The relentless meatification of diets is a momentous but wildly under-appreciated aspect of modernity. The average person on earth annually consumes nearly twice as much meat as occurred just a half century ago, during a period when the human population leapt from roughly 3 billion to over 7 billion people. On the current course, there will be more than 9 billion people by 2050 consuming an average of more than 50 kg (over 110 pounds) of meat per year, with huge disparities between rich and poor and the fastest growth occurring in the middle. Roughly 70 percent of global meat production by volume comes from pigs and chickens alone, and the industrial production of these two species, led by chickens, is expected to account for almost all further growth. The industrial grain-oilseed-livestock complex occupies a large share of the world’s arable land, with soaring animal populations concentrated in dense enclosures and tied to great flows of feedstuffs. This talk will introduce a conceptual framework, the ecological hoofprint, for examining this system of agriculture and how it is contributing to a more unsustainable, unequal, and violent world. In particular, it focuses on how productive environments are organized and the biophysical problems engendered, as a means to understand resource budgets and environmental burdens. The ecological hoofprint also helps to understand how this trajectory of dietary change and system of agriculture contribute to global inequality, the degradation of agrarian labour, and an expanding world of animal suffering." Connect with The Real Truth About Health http://www.therealtruthabouthealth.com/ https://www.facebook.com/The-Real-Truth-About-Health-467500836655781/ https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Passionate believers in whole food plant based diets, no chemicals, minimal pharmaceutical drugs, no GMO's. Fighting to stop climate change and extinction.
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There's No Such Thing as Cardio | James Steele II | Full Length HD
 
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Subscribe Now : http://t21c.com/12YTr3X Learn Now : http://21university.com Shop Now : http://store.the21convention.com About James Steele Ph.D. : James Steele is a Lecturer in Applied Sport Science in the Health, Exercise and Sport Science department at Southampton Solent University. His job involves furthering research in the areas of health, exercise and sport science in addition to teaching on physiology, biomechanics and research methods on the Universities Sport Science, Sport Coaching and Health and Fitness related courses. James graduated with a first class BSc (Hons) in Applied Sport Science from Southampton Solent University in 2010 and has recently completed his PhD researching the effects of isolated lumbar extension resistance training for chronic low back pain and its symptoms. In addition to his academic qualification James has gained extensive applied experience working as a strength and conditioning provider with a wide range of elite athletic populations including; international Ironman triathlete’s, Paralympic wheelchair basketball and rugby, semi-professional muay thai fighters, University American football and professional soccer. In addition he has worked with non-athletic populations including the elderly, diseased, and a population that he continues to conduct research with; sufferers of chronic low back pain. James has also authored several peer reviewed papers on resistance training, low back pain and the scientific method and continues to prepare research outputs with many more in the pipeline from his PhD research and post-doctoral research plans. Despite his clear academic focus in the area of exercise science, James also has many other areas of interest on which he occasionally writes when the time permits at jamessteelii.blogspot.com, one of these topics being philosophy. James has always taken an interest in the nature of the universe and man's relationship to it yet never had a conceptual framework for which to understand it. A few years ago whilst reading Mike Mentzers books on High Intensity Training James was introduced to a philosophical perspective on exercise based around reason and logic. It was from here that he was introduced to philosophy as a subject to study and more specifically Ayn Rand's Objectivism. Since then James has dedicated time in his personal life to further his knowledge on all areas of philosophy, and specifically Objectivism, providing himself with an armchair philosopher's perspective on the universe, man and life. Visit James at http://jamessteeleii.blogspot.com/
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A Theoretical Discussion on Nutrition and Metabolism
 
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A somewhat lengthy discussion on metabolism with a specific emphasis on diet or exercise induced hypometabolism. Can you make it to the end :)? Hopefully you all find it entertaining and informative.
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Cause of Obesity - Appetite of Agouti
 
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This video ties together my systemic signaling viewpoint in how obesity is primarily an overly anabolic state. In this video, we focus on the agouti-related peptide (agRP), of the NPY-agRP anabolic pathway and how it potently stimulates eating. We also look at Dr. Fuhrman's conceptual framework of "Toxic hunger vs. True hunger" and some science behind how obesity is an overly anabolic state and an avoidance of the catabolic/detox phase. References: Plasma levels of agouti-related protein are increased in obese men- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11344185 Agouti protein is an antagonist of the melanocyte-stimulating-hormone receptor- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/7935841 Changing perceptions of hunger on a high nutrient density diet- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21054899 mTORC1 signaling in energy balance and metabolic disease- https://www.nature.com/articles/ijo2010208 Increased activation of the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR) pathway in liver and skeletal muscle of obese rats- https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/15604215
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What Do You Mean By The Term The Meatification Of Our Diet by Tony Weis
 
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The relentless meatification of diets is a momentous but wildly under-appreciated aspect of modernity. The average person on earth annually consumes nearly twice as much meat as occurred just a half century ago, during a period when the human population leapt from roughly 3 billion to over 7 billion people. On the current course, there will be more than 9 billion people by 2050 consuming an average of more than 50 kg (over 110 pounds) of meat per year, with huge disparities between rich and poor and the fastest growth occurring in the middle. Roughly 70 percent of global meat production by volume comes from pigs and chickens alone, and the industrial production of these two species, led by chickens, is expected to account for almost all further growth. The industrial grain-oilseed-livestock complex occupies a large share of the world’s arable land, with soaring animal populations concentrated in dense enclosures and tied to great flows of feedstuffs. This talk will introduce a conceptual framework, the ecological hoofprint, for examining this system of agriculture and how it is contributing to a more unsustainable, unequal, and violent world. In particular, it focuses on how productive environments are organized and the biophysical problems engendered, as a means to understand resource budgets and environmental burdens. The ecological hoofprint also helps to understand how this trajectory of dietary change and system of agriculture contribute to global inequality, the degradation of agrarian labour, and an expanding world of animal suffering." Connect with The Real Truth About Health http://www.therealtruthabouthealth.com/ https://www.facebook.com/The-Real-Truth-About-Health-467500836655781/ https://twitter.com/RTAHealth Passionate believers in whole food plant based diets, no chemicals, minimal pharmaceutical drugs, no GMO's. Fighting to stop climate change and extinction.
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Your Body's FrameWork Home Workout
 
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Your Body's FrameWork Home Workout
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Lecture by Julia Buckroyd
 
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Professor Julia Buckroyd delivered the lecture "Working therapeutically with disordered eating: a conceptual framework" at Centrex Conference Centre on Tuesday 23rd June 2009 7.30pm.  Julia Buckroyd is Emeritus Professor of Counselling at the University of Hertfordshire. Her background is in the humanities and in Counselling and Psychotherapy.   Julia is an expert in the field of Eating Disorders.  Her passion developed from her time spent as a Student Counsellor at the London Contemporary Dance School.  From her experiences there she wanted to explore and understand the psychological reasons why so many seem to have an unhealthy relationship with food.   She has devoted her life to the research and understanding of Eating Disorders. Throughout her Career, she has published many Books and Papers.  These have been influential in the professional world of Counselling and Psychotherapy, her research bringing to the field the current psychological perspectives.   The general public have personal access to Professor Buckroyds expertise through an on-line course www.understandingyoureating.co.uk.  Many have seen their life personally improved and no longer under the damaging influence of their eating disorders.  Personal expressions of appreciation  are a testimony to the hard work and commitment Julia has shown during her successful Career. http://www.onlinevents.co.uk/onlinevents/Julia_Buckroyd.html
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A New Brain Agenda
 
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A sense of excitement is in the air - typical to times when a challenging enigma is the intense focus of research, when an intellectual breakthrough is near. The most formidable frontier at the cusp of the 21st century, is the exploration of how the brain works. The faculty members of the Interdisciplinary Center for Neural Computation (ICNC) at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are involved in creating a new and very exciting approach to solving the mysteries of the brain. A Sense of Optimism: Computational Neuroscience Computational neuroscience is a new and ambitious research discipline, reflecting a deep conviction among scientists world wide that (i) The brain enigma is clearly beyond the frame of any one research field. (ii) To fathom the mysteries of the brain, we need to develop a new theoretical framework that will enable us to associate the different levels of brain function - from molecules to neurons to networks to systems and to behavior. (iii) Understanding the multifaceted nature of the functioning brain requires close collaboration across experimental fields - biology, medicine and cognitive psychology, in addition to theoretical concepts and tools derived from physics, computer science and mathematics. Knowledge of hardware design and engineering is also crucial to constructing brain-inspired intelligent machines. Philosophical questions are also fundamental to this endeavor. New research centers in computational neuroscience have begun to flourish all over the world, advocating and practicing an integrated approach to the brain. It is this new intellectual endeavor that gives rise to new hopes and high expectations. The ICNC is one of the first of such centers; it is renowned the world over for its scientific achievements and its unique Ph.D. program. It is source for pride for its members as well as the Hebrew University. A Sense of Adventure The ICNC capitalizes on unusually intense scientific collaboration among its members (rare among eccentric scientists). We have perhaps learned from the brain itself that close interaction among component parts is essential to successful performance of the whole. The ICNC faculty takes great pleasure in educating the largest corps worldwide of a new breed of 60 enthusiastic Israeli students enrolled in the University's honors Ph.D. interdisciplinary program in Computational Neuroscience. The Center supports cutting edge research projects on brain research; it organizes and sponsors international research workshops; promotes exchanges with representatives from industry towards the implementation of research findings to real-life applications, and hosts post-doctorate fellows from around the world who come to take part in research at the ICNC. Understanding how the brain functions bears economic, social and medical implications at least as great as those of the industrial revolution and the current boom in information technology. Such future breakthroughs will enable us to understand the processes and mechanisms of storing and analyzing sensory information, and hence enable us to find cures for neurological diseases, replace parts of living brains, build artificial brains and use our own brains more efficiently. Today such breakthroughs are within reach - through our grasp of the brain as a comprehensive system that performs specific computations. One thing is clear - a fantastic adventure lies ahead! Prof. Idan Segev, The ICNC. http://icnc.huji.ac.il/
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A Predictive Processing Account of the effects of  5-HT2A agonists on perception - Sarit Hashkes
 
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This presentation uses the Predictive Processing framework to model the effect of 5-Hydroxytryptamine 2A (5-HT2A) agonists such as Psilocybin on the brain. This framework is becoming increasingly popular, explaining cortical processes using key concepts such as the brain as prediction machine (Dayan, Hinton, & Neal, 1995; Hohwy, 2007), the free energy principle (Friston, 2010) and the hierarchical organization of the brain (Friston, 2005). Our model explains results from studies regarding 5-HT2A agonists as stemming from the distribution of predictions from affected areas becoming more diffuse due to over excitability of layer 5-pyramidal neurons. These diffuse predictions create a higher entropic state in the brain. Lower areas in the brain now classify incoming data into more granular bins which leads to higher prediction errors. We show that the brain’s attempts to minimise higher levels of prediction error while being in this state explain the core effects of the psychedelic experience. Biography Following her BSc in Physics from the Hebrew University, Sarit worked for the forensic department for a few years then traveled the world teaching and studying martial arts and dance. She is currently completing a master’s degree in Cognitive Neuroscience at the Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour. Her research has been focused on using ideas from the Predictive Coding framework to understand how the brain creates prediction and how these predictions might be changed and updated to allow the brain to learn.
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The 21 Convention in 5 Years | James Steele II
 
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Subscribe on Youtube: http://t21c.com/12YTr3X Watch more videos: http://21university.com Download videos : http://store.the21convention.com Visit James at http://jamessteeleii.blogspot.com/ About the speaker : James Steele (or James Steele II as he is known online and through his blog) is a 25 year old Lecturer and PhD Research Student at Southampton Solent University in the UK. James is an exercise scientist by profession having gained a first class honours degree in Applied Sport Science and during his time of study working with a wide range of elite athletic populations including; international Ironman triathlete's, Paralympic wheelchair basketball and rugby, semi professional muay thai fighters and professional football (soccer). In addition he has worked with non-athletic populations including the elderly, diseased and a population that he is currently conducting research with; sufferers of chronic low back pain. James is active as an academic pursuing his PhD research into chronic low back pain, its multifactorial symptoms and the effects of isolated resistance exercise for the lumbar extensors in treating it. He has also recently had a paper published with his colleagues, on which he was second author, presenting the scientific literature of resistance training and suggesting recommendations for its optimal implementation based upon the current evidence. Despite his clear academic focus in the area of exercise science, James also has many other areas of interest on which he occasionally writes when the time permits at jamessteelii.blogspot.com, one of these topics being philosophy. James has always taken an interest in the nature of the universe and man's relationship to it yet never had a conceptual framework for which to understand it. A few years ago whilst reading Mike Mentzers books on High Intensity Training James was introduced to a philosophical perspective on exercise based around reason and logic. It was from here that he was introduced to philosophy as a subject to study and more specifically Ayn Rand's Objectivism. Since then James has dedicated time in his personal life to further his knowledge on all areas of philosophy, and specifically Objectivism, providing himself with an armchair philosopher's perspective on the universe, man and life. Visit James at http://jamessteeleii.blogspot.com/
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Part 1 of 7 | There's No Such Thing as Cardio | James Steele II
 
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Download the full video : https://vimeo.com/ondemand/cardio Subscribe on Youtube: http://t21c.com/12YTr3X Subscribe by e-mail: http://www.the21convention.com Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/beachmuscles About the speaker : James Steele (or James Steele II as he is known online and through his blog) is a 24 year old Lecturer and PhD Research Student at Southampton Solent University in the UK. James is an exercise scientist by profession having gained a first class honours degree in Applied Sport Science and during his time of study working with a wide range of elite athletic populations including; international Ironman triathlete's, Paralympic wheelchair basketball and rugby, semi professional muay thai fighters and professional football (soccer). In addition he has worked with non-athletic populations including the elderly, diseased and a population that he is currently conducting research with; sufferers of chronic low back pain. James is active as an academic pursuing his PhD research into chronic low back pain, its multifactorial symptoms and the effects of isolated resistance exercise for the lumbar extensors in treating it. He has also recently had a paper published with his colleagues, on which he was second author, presenting the scientific literature of resistance training and suggesting recommendations for its optimal implementation based upon the current evidence. Despite his clear academic focus in the area of exercise science, James also has many other areas of interest on which he occasionally writes when the time permits at jamessteelii.blogspot.com, one of these topics being philosophy. James has always taken an interest in the nature of the universe and man's relationship to it yet never had a conceptual framework for which to understand it. A few years ago whilst reading Mike Mentzers books on High Intensity Training James was introduced to a philosophical perspective on exercise based around reason and logic. It was from here that he was introduced to philosophy as a subject to study and more specifically Ayn Rand's Objectivism. Since then James has dedicated time in his personal life to further his knowledge on all areas of philosophy, and specifically Objectivism, providing himself with an armchair philosopher's perspective on the universe, man and life. Visit James at http://jamessteeleii.blogspot.com/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/BxDD/
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Astrology for Good Health – The Yin Yang Conundrum - Part 2 By Mr. Anand Ghurye
 
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For info log on to www.healthlibrary.com. "Astrology for Good Health – The Yin Yang Conundrum - Part 2" By Mr. Anand Ghurye which gives the conceptual framework of universal operation held on 5 Dec 2014. In the second part of the four lecture series we delve deep into the realm of Yin Yang Conundrum discuss the concepts of Yin within Yang , Yang ​within Yin , Yin within Yin , Yang within Yang , telescopic and microscopic application Yin Yang , application of Yin Yang principles to food and body parts and connect the same to our experience in day to day matters .
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Hundred Bagger Secrets: Build a Long-Term, Concentrated Portfolio
 
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Get started with building your hundred bagger portfolio: https://www.sixjupiter.com Mark Yusko, founder of Morgan Creek Capital Management, has put forth a simple framework for portfolio management. He has suggested investors consider dividing their capital into three buckets: one for current expenses, one to stay rich, and one to get rich. Investments targeting hundred baggers would be in the "get rich" part of the portfolio. Remember, this is a small part of one's overall portfolio; Yusko recommends 10-15% for getting rich, and hundred baggers may only be one part of that. The get rich bucket benefits from taking advantage of two key concepts that assist in wealth accumlation. First is a long-term outlook. Research has shown that investments that take more time tend to offer a higher annualized return on average. Hundred baggers certainly fit in this category. Second is a concentrated portfolio. Concentration increases the potential for high returns as well as high losses, so it should be done carefully and only with capital that can tolerate that risk. Sixjupiter's hundred bagger service helps you build a portion of your get rich portfolio that follows these two key concepts. Our monthly emails give you up to 3 stocks our artificial intelligence has detected as having hundred bagger potential. In many instances, the recommendations will be the same from month to month. For those operating on a monthly budget, this is an indication to continue building a position in those stocks. A portion of the email is also dedicated to stocks that were once on the hundred bagger trajectory but have since wandered off, and thus may warrant being sold. To learn more and get started, visit https://www.sixjupiter.com
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CPA Exam lesson: LIFO, FIFO & Weighted Average Comparison Example - FAR
 
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Get your free trial of Wiley CPAexcel today http://ow.ly/ICCtm This Wiley CPAexcel Deep Dive Video examines the differences between LIFO, FIFO, and weight average in both perpetual and periodic systems. A worked example is conducted by Professor Pam Smith, Ph.D., CPA, MBA of Northern Illinois University.
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HOW TO DROP BODY FAT AND GET INTO KETOSIS PRT 2
 
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How to get into ketosis and drop body fat part 2 WEBSITE: http://www.stephanieperson.com FB: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stephanie-The-Business-Person/604522012970143?ref=hl INSTAGRAM: http://instagram.com/stephanieketogenic jimmy Moore interview w/ stephanie: http://www.thelivinlowcarbshow.com/shownotes/10702/856-stephanie-person-keto-clarity-expert-interview/ Nora Gedgaudas; podcast - http://www.primalbody-primalmind.com/about-nora-gedgaudas/
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Oliver James Training : The Eliminator Programme ( Fat Loss for both Men & Women)
 
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http://www.oliverjamestraining.com/ http://www.facebook.com/oliverjamestraining http://www.paddyfernandez.com Oliver James Training are launching exercise & nutrition programs for the population of the UK. Currently there are two concepts that have been designed for men - the eliminator & the gainer. There are different phases to each program totaling 4 phases for each. The eliminator is designed for reducing your body fat percentage. The gainer is for people wanting to put on muscle mass while maintaining a low body fat percentage. Each programme is designed for a 4-6 week period for £80. In each programme you will receive a tailor made exercise plan, a tailor made food plan, and daily contact from your trainer offering you support, guidance, and motivation.
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Theoretical Model
 
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Did I Pass Nursing Research?!?!
 
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Nursing Research is definitely the hardest RN-BSN Class! Wanna know if I passed? WATCH NOW!!! LETS GET TO 30,000 SUBSCRIBERS! Make sure you SUBSCRIBE if you like my channel! Contact me: Email: jasmineyoutube@hotmail.com Instagram: princessghee Snapchat: Jasmineghee1 Facebook (weightloss only)-www.facebook.com/PrincessGhee DISCOUNTS: Vanity Planet Digital Body Analyzer: 60% off http://vpwpw.com/gheescale Irresistible Me: 10% off http://bit.ly/IM_Hair2169 Erin Condren $10 off: https://www.erincondren.com/referral/invite/jasmineghee0717 Important Videos: Blow Dry & Flat Iron Tutorial: https://youtu.be/ptFtE6B3Zbs From Blonde to Plum Red: https://youtu.be/r7wM6aIvHQA Nclex Tips and Tricks: https://youtu.be/cHDy5nnE2rA Big Chop: https://youtu.be/VvUwkZ77zxI
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Interview with Julia Buckroyd
 
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Professor Julia Buckroyd delivered the lecture "Working therapeutically with disordered eating: a conceptual framework" at Centrex Conference Centre on Tuesday 23rd June 2009, before the lecture Julia very kindly gave onlinevents an interview which you can see the beginning of here and the rest at http://www.onlinevents.co.uk/onlinevents/Julia_Buckroyd.html
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Grow Your Online Health or Fitness Business | Healthpreneur Workshop
 
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Are you a health or fitness professional that wants to grow your online business? If so, go here: http://healthpreneurworkshop.com These live workshops always fill up quickly and we only allow a maximum of 20 health and fitness rockstars who are committed to growing their online business... That way, everyone (including you) gets personalized attention on what matters most to you. Just so you know, these workshops are very different than most "live events"… Here, you won't be firehosed hours of information where you feverishly write pages of notes, only to leave feeling overwhelmed and not knowing where to start once it's all over… Instead, my focus is to teach you 1-2 breakthrough concepts or frameworks that will make a big difference in your online business and then… It's implementation time. What that means to you is this: You'll leave our workshop with a major goal, project, or idea completed or at least well in the works… So that you head back with massive momentum to move your online business forward. It's truly an opportunity for you to work ON your business, instead of always grinding away IN your business. Request your invitation to the next live workshop here: http://healthpreneurworkshop.com
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Part 4 of 7 | There's No Such Thing as Cardio | James Steele II
 
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Subscribe on Youtube: http://t21c.com/12YTr3X Subscribe by e-mail: http://www.the21convention.com Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/beachmuscles About the speaker : James Steele (or James Steele II as he is known online and through his blog) is a 24 year old Lecturer and PhD Research Student at Southampton Solent University in the UK. James is an exercise scientist by profession having gained a first class honours degree in Applied Sport Science and during his time of study working with a wide range of elite athletic populations including; international Ironman triathlete's, Paralympic wheelchair basketball and rugby, semi professional muay thai fighters and professional football (soccer). In addition he has worked with non-athletic populations including the elderly, diseased and a population that he is currently conducting research with; sufferers of chronic low back pain. James is active as an academic pursuing his PhD research into chronic low back pain, its multifactorial symptoms and the effects of isolated resistance exercise for the lumbar extensors in treating it. He has also recently had a paper published with his colleagues, on which he was second author, presenting the scientific literature of resistance training and suggesting recommendations for its optimal implementation based upon the current evidence. Despite his clear academic focus in the area of exercise science, James also has many other areas of interest on which he occasionally writes when the time permits at jamessteelii.blogspot.com, one of these topics being philosophy. James has always taken an interest in the nature of the universe and man's relationship to it yet never had a conceptual framework for which to understand it. A few years ago whilst reading Mike Mentzers books on High Intensity Training James was introduced to a philosophical perspective on exercise based around reason and logic. It was from here that he was introduced to philosophy as a subject to study and more specifically Ayn Rand's Objectivism. Since then James has dedicated time in his personal life to further his knowledge on all areas of philosophy, and specifically Objectivism, providing himself with an armchair philosopher's perspective on the universe, man and life. Visit James at http://jamessteeleii.blogspot.com/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/BxDG/
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Doctor Of Business Administration vs. PhD In Business Administration: Differences? - Thesis Help
 
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What is the difference between a Doctor In Business Administration versus a PhD in Business administration? What are the similarities between a DBA and a PhD in Business? Both of them leave you with a doctorate and a very good understanding of business. Both will require at least 3 to 4 years of dedicated schooling. Both will require a GMAT and as well as a MBA in an appropriate subdomain, like an MBA in finance or MBA in strategy. But there are important differences in the outcomes: 1. A PhD will teach you to do research. A PhD in business is primarily a research degree, which is required to teach and become a professor in most top business schools. A doctor of business administration (DBA) can allow you to teach in a research school, however you are unlikely to be tenure-tracked. A DBA will also be much more focused on executive education and allow you to do work in industry. 2. A PhD is likely to take longer and be more uncertain than a DBA. A DBA is primarily coursework-based and the project is significantly less research focused. Thus, a PhD in business administration is likely to take longer than a DBA. 3. A PhD program will require you to move. There are online DBA programs that can allow you to work while pursuing this degree. 4. The outcomes of a PhD take longer to achieve. Generally, if you pursue their PhD in business administration route you are likely going to become a researcher and consequently this is going to take a lot longer to establish your career. A DBA is much quicker and is usually preferable for those that are interested in going into consulting or advancing their executive career. 5. A PhD in Business Administration is more competitive. Getting a PhD in Business Administration is likely to be a lot more competitive than a DBA. Check out: How To Get Into The Best Business Schools In The US - Thesis Help https://youtu.be/oe-Ilj-FS1s Key Performance Metrics (KPI): Should You Measure The Observable? - Thesis Help https://youtu.be/i7xTC7NRkdU What's The Difference Between Undergraduate And Graduate School? - Thesis Help https://youtu.be/cgwWzL4gWrk What Paper Attributes Are Most important For Academic Research And Writing? Thesis Help! https://youtu.be/b-XDsLD7N-c What Is The Best Way To Get Top Journal Publications If At A Small University? - Thesis Help https://youtu.be/4F0EhJzjxuA How To Write An Email To A Professor For Graduate School Admission? - Thesis Help https://youtu.be/atk7bXPu8o4 Why Did You Decide To Get A PhD Degree In Business Strategy? - Thesis Help https://youtu.be/VMxts_2r-kI What Is A Normal Day Of A PhD Student Or A Research Professor? - Thesis Help https://youtu.be/zkLPsnFkgxk PhD Supply And Demand - What Is The Supply And Demand Of A Graduate Degree - Thesis Help https://youtu.be/obRmYFwrD6c What Are The Pros And Cons Of Going To Grad School? Thesis Help https://youtu.be/DQeKDT2nS5E ******************** David Maslach is a research professor of entrepreneurship, innovation, and business strategy, I discuss topics, such as behavioral science, strategy, innovation, and entrepreneurship, and apply these to my new peer proofreading and editing platform. Topics include the sharing economy, altruism, investing in technology, starting a business, and bounded rationality. My favorite videos pertain to incentives, goal setting, and learning from failure to drive behaviors such as weight loss, stopping telemarketers, creating novel technologies, and creating new movements. https://r3ciprocity.com: Peer proofreading and editing platform A new platform where you can earn credits by editing other people's documents. Use these credits to have your own work edited. If you do a good enough job, you can convert these credits to money. The goal of the platform is to get people to 'pay it forward' and help other people out by creating incentives for people to give back. Check out https://www.r3ciprocity.com Please subscribe to the Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5spxk7bNDMGPSHjW_8ndZA
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Metaphysical Positive Energy fields | Podcast Genius with Ed Strachar
 
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START Taking Action on what you learned here: - COMMENT what's your MAIN TAKEAWAY from this video! (Remember: Knowing and not doing is the same as not knowing!) Interview by Ed Strachar Ed Strachar kicks off by introducing Peter and going into his background of how life's hardships formed him into the powerful remote healer he became, while Peter shares his admiration for his work and delight for the opportunity of the podcast. Shortly after, Peter shares his childhood memory, where his mom introduced him to the concept of "Chi", how everything is energy. He was always fascinated by what's past our five physical senses, the metaphysical. But when he first got into business, he sold toys at marketplaces as a 17 year old. He shares how his mood changed the volume of business he had on any given day. He realized how his much his internal affects the external. Ed challenges Peter then to tell us what his advice was if someone tried to sell and failed 10 times in a row. Peter's reply is that depending on the level of consciousness of the person, they need to approach and deal with realizing and living in alignment of the frequency of abundance, of how the internal affects the external as his first thought o what approach would help them the most. Ed's gives his take as a spiritual healer and asks Peter to reply with how crazy that would sound to the average business person. Ed explains the concept of Karma, working as an energy field, like gravity. He introduces the concepts of energy fields manipulated through curses and sorcery, and the concept of past lives and his experiences with these. Peter's response it that people tend to have a fixed model of the world. People have their model of the world mostly handed down to them by others. So it depends on people's previous exposure to these. But every single science discovery, before discovered, still existed. He explains his approach of how he'd talk about the meta-physical forces to someone from a scientific perspective to open them up to such different ideas. Ed tells a story of a guy who had a negative energy field around him - a hex - and how dramatic a change it made when it was removed. Peter shares his view of how levels of frequency can mean a strong physical effects on your life and the logic behind it. He shares a great example from the physical plane where sometimes the location of your symptom for pain in your body is not the same location where the cause is. And a step further, on an energetic level that applies the same way to the physical. Ed goes on talking about how nowadays everyone agrees at least hat everything is energy. So from that premise he leaps into how the thing that makes the difference is the spirit controlling the energy, and how power can transform the spirits. The spirit of disease and health, or poverty and abundance can't exist at the same place at the same time, but it's possible to transform the negative energy to positive. He then brings up Steve Jobs, how the company depended on the spirit he brought to the company. Peter shares how the underlying principle for his flagship event is based on teaching people to and how to show up as more of who they are rather than techniques and schemes how they could charge more for what they provide... SUBSCRIBE: http://goo.gl/VC0Isb WEBSITE: http://www.petersage.com FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/PeterSageFan007 TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/PeterSage007 GOOGLE+: https://plus.google.com/+PeterSage007
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What is FISCAL INCIDENCE? What does FISCAL INCIDENCE mean? FISCAL INCIDENCE meaning & explanation
 
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What is FISCAL INCIDENCE? What does FISCAL INCIDENCE mean? FISCAL INCIDENCE meaning - FISCAL INCIDENCE definition - FISCAL INCIDENCE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. Fiscal incidence is a concept within public finance, a sub-discipline within economics, that refers to the combined overall economic impact of both government taxation and expenditures on the real economic income of individuals. While taxation reduces the economic well-being of individuals, government expenditures raise their economic well-being. Fiscal incidence is the term for the overall impact of government taxing and spending considered together. In theory, governments withdraw resources from society in the form of taxation, and contribute resources back into society in the form of expenditures. However, the burdens of taxation are not borne equally by individuals, and the benefits of government expenditures are not distributed equally throughout society. As a result, the distribution of tax burdens and government expenditure benefits is an important economic question to those concerned with the equity of the fiscal system. When the economic incidence of taxation is combined with the economic incidence of government expenditures, the result is a measure of the overall increase or decrease in welfare that individuals enjoy from the state's taxing and spending policies. This is referred to as fiscal incidence. Early empirical studies of fiscal incidence date to the 1940s. Two early studies included Charles Stauffacher's (1941) study of the United States from 1930–39, and Tibor Barna's (1945) study of the United Kingdom for 1937. Both studies identified substantial income redistribution with Stauffacher concluding that the lowest income group received 27 percent of federal spending between 1930-39 while paying 5 percent of federal taxes. Barna's conceptual framework—first developed as a doctoral candidate at the London School of Economics under Nicholas Kaldor—was influential and today serves as the essential framework for fiscal incidence studies conducted by the British government. Early results for the United States demonstrated that overall tax policy was mildly progressive — that is, when regressive state-local tax systems are combined with progressive federal taxes, the result is mildly progressive overall. On the spending side, early results illustrated that the distribution of expenditure benefits as a percentage of income was progressive as well, making the overall fiscal system more progressive that is apparent from the tax system alone. As a result, early studies found that overall fiscal incidence resulted in a net redistribution of income between income groups within the United States, from higher-income individuals to lower-income individuals. Here the term "progressive" refers to benefits accruing to lower-income individuals as opposed to those with higher incomes; "regressive" conversely refers to benefits accruing to higher-income individuals as opposed to those with lower incomes. The neutrality of these terms has been debated, but they are widely used in economic literature. In the mid-1960s, two major studies established an approach that was often replicated in the following decades. W. Irwin Gillespie of the Brookings Institution (1965) and George A. Bishop of the Tax Foundation (1967) published extensive studies of U.S. taxes and spending for 1960 and 1961–65, respectively. Gillespie criticized previous literature for its limited scope and inadequate incidence analyses.
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A Framework for Teaching Mathematical Modelling
 
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Part of a talk given by Dr Ang Keng Cheng (National Institute of Education, Singapore) at a Mathematical Modelling Seminar in January 2013. The speaker introduces a framework that serves as a guide for teachers to plan and prepare lessons in mathematical modelling involving real life problems. See: Ang, K.C., Mathematical Modelling in Singapore Schools: A Framework for Instruction. In Niss, M. (Ed), Mathematical Modelling - From Theory to Practice , 2015, (pp 57-72), World Scientific, Singapore.
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Part 5 of 7 | There's No Such Thing as Cardio | James Steele II
 
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Subscribe on Youtube: http://t21c.com/12YTr3X Subscribe by e-mail: http://www.the21convention.com Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/beachmuscles About the speaker : James Steele (or James Steele II as he is known online and through his blog) is a 24 year old Lecturer and PhD Research Student at Southampton Solent University in the UK. James is an exercise scientist by profession having gained a first class honours degree in Applied Sport Science and during his time of study working with a wide range of elite athletic populations including; international Ironman triathlete's, Paralympic wheelchair basketball and rugby, semi professional muay thai fighters and professional football (soccer). In addition he has worked with non-athletic populations including the elderly, diseased and a population that he is currently conducting research with; sufferers of chronic low back pain. James is active as an academic pursuing his PhD research into chronic low back pain, its multifactorial symptoms and the effects of isolated resistance exercise for the lumbar extensors in treating it. He has also recently had a paper published with his colleagues, on which he was second author, presenting the scientific literature of resistance training and suggesting recommendations for its optimal implementation based upon the current evidence. Despite his clear academic focus in the area of exercise science, James also has many other areas of interest on which he occasionally writes when the time permits at jamessteelii.blogspot.com, one of these topics being philosophy. James has always taken an interest in the nature of the universe and man's relationship to it yet never had a conceptual framework for which to understand it. A few years ago whilst reading Mike Mentzers books on High Intensity Training James was introduced to a philosophical perspective on exercise based around reason and logic. It was from here that he was introduced to philosophy as a subject to study and more specifically Ayn Rand's Objectivism. Since then James has dedicated time in his personal life to further his knowledge on all areas of philosophy, and specifically Objectivism, providing himself with an armchair philosopher's perspective on the universe, man and life. Visit James at http://jamessteeleii.blogspot.com/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/BxDH/
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How to Make a Prediction - Intro to Deep Learning #1
 
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Welcome to Intro to Deep Learning! This course is for anyone who wants to become a deep learning engineer. I'll take you from the very basics of deep learning to the bleeding edge over the course of 4 months. In this video, we’ll predict an animal’s body weight given it’s brain weight using linear regression via 10 lines of Python. I’ll have a live session every Wednesday at 10 AM PST that covers my weekly video topics in depth. You can click on the little notification bell next to the subscribe button to get an email notification whenever I’m live. And each session is recorded and uploaded to this channel in case you miss it. This Youtube content is 100% created by me (from the writing to the editing, etc.) , it’ll all be released on my channel, and it’s totally free. I am also very proud and excited to announce my new, exclusive partnership with Udacity. Together, we’re offering the new Deep Learning Nanodegree Foundation program. If you want to take your game to the next level, this is for you! Especially since Udacity will be providing guaranteed admission to their groundbreaking Artificial Intelligence and Self-Driving Car Nanodegree programs to all graduates. They’re offering discounted limited-time pricing, so enroll now to enjoy the unique projects, program sets, and expert reviews. Plus, their community is amazing, so don’t forget to join the Slack channel after you enroll (I’ll be in there too!) And hey, I’m getting paid a small royalty from each enrollment, so let’s do this together! Link to the Udacity nanodegree: https://www.udacity.com/course/deep-learning-nanodegree-foundation--nd101 Please Subscribe! And like. And comment. That’s what keeps me going. This weeks coding challenge (these weekly challenges are not related to the Udacity nanodegree projects, those are additional): https://github.com/llSourcell/linear_regression_demo Mick’s winning code: https://github.com/mickvanhulst/q_learning Vishal’s runner-up code: https://github.com/erilyth/Q-Learning-on-Mazes More learning resources: http://machinelearningmastery.com/a-tour-of-machine-learning-algorithms/ https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/machine-learning/machine-learning-algorithm-choice https://www.toptal.com/machine-learning/machine-learning-theory-an-introductory-primer https://onlinecourses.science.psu.edu/stat501/node/250 http://machinelearningmastery.com/simple-linear-regression-tutorial-for-machine-learning/ Join us in the Wizards Slack channel: http://wizards.herokuapp.com/ The vast majority of this course will use Tensorflow. It's just this first example that's using scikit-learn. And please support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=3191693 Follow me: Twitter: https://twitter.com/sirajraval Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/sirajology Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sirajraval/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sirajraval/ Signup for my newsletter for exciting updates in the field of AI: https://goo.gl/FZzJ5w
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The Primal Blueprint 8 Key Concepts
 
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This Mark's Daily Apple blog post podcast is an episode of the Primal Blueprint Podcast. You can find the Primal Blueprint Podcast on iTunes, and all other Primal Blueprint Podcast episodes on the Primal Blueprint YouTube channel. Having a firm grasp of these key concepts will provide a framework for – and make you more resolute in – your daily decisions. Read them, commit them to memory, live by them, and you’ll be well on your way to a lifetime of health and wellness. (This Mark's Daily Apple article was written by Mark Sisson, and is narrated by Brock Armstrong)
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7 Ways to Tame Your Email Inbox | Clutter Video Tip
 
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http://www.ClutterDiet.com Get organized with home organizing tips from professional organizers at The Clutter Diet. Does the thought of opening your email inbox fill you with dread? Is your inbox bloated and crammed full of stuff that you don’t even remember asking for? In today’s video Lorie Marrero is sharing seven strategies for managing your inbox.These Clutter Video Tips are posted frequently here on our clutterdiet organizing channel. You can search Twitter for #ClutterVideoTip also to find comments on our organizing tips. Lorie Marrero is the creator of ClutterDiet.com and the author of The Clutter Diet: The Skinny on Organizing Your Home and Taking Control of Your Life. Lorie also serves as the national spokesperson for Goodwill Industries International and ambassador of the Donate Movement. http://donate.goodwill.org http://www.clutterdiet.com/homeoffice Hi I’m Lorie Marrero, creator of the Clutter Diet book and online program, and today we’re talking about seven ways to tame your email inbox. I look at this problem the way I look at all organizing issues, and that is the same way as losing weight. That’s why I call my program the Clutter Diet. You want to look at prevention, reduction, and maintenance. Cutting your calories, preventing things from getting in the inbox in the first place, reducing the accumulation of what you’ve already got, kind of like working out, and then maintaining with good habits to keep you from getting all the way back to the way you were when you started. First, take a moment and instead of hitting the “delete” key, hit the “unsubscribe” link and make it official. If you’re not reading something make the investment of time so that you don’t receive all those future issues. Also, when you’re buying something online, make sure the boxes are not checked that say, “Please send weekly sale information”, because that’s where a lot of these emails come. If there are people who frequently send you email, it may be possible for them instead of sending you multiple emails in a day, for them to send you a digest of information of what you need to know in one email. Think about reduction. How do we reduce that accumulation? First, Rules and Filters are a fantastic tool. They are available in pretty much any email software. In Microsoft Outlook, it is called “Rules” and there is a really easy Wizard to go through to set up these rules. And then Filters are what they call it in Gmail. Basically they are a bunch of “If/Then” statements. “If these conditions are met,” such as a certain word in the subject line, or being from a certain sender, “then take that email and take some kind of action on it.” Let’s say if it’s from your boss, then make sure it gets put into this certain folder or automatically forwarded to someone else. Or it can be turned red in your box or whatever condition you want to put on there and whatever resulting action. A Reading folder is a fantastic example of this. Anything that you read regularly that you enjoy that you just want to get out of the inbox and out of your way, you can have it automatically sent to a Reading folder. Also when you are reducing the accumulation you want to use our acronym of ART, the art of sorting out your email. “action, reference, or trash,” are the only three things that you can do with an email. You can either take action on it, or you can save it for reference for later, no action required, or you can delete it. Then you want to think about your maintenance. There’s a concept I teach called the Happy Number. What is your Happy Number? It is the number of emails you have at the end of the day, or maybe even the end of the week, that make you feel like you’re on top of things. Let’s say if your Happy Number is 50, you’ve got 50 emails in your inbox at the end of the day, you feel like, “All right, that’s a manageable number. I have finished my work for the day.” For some people that number could be 20 or 100, but it’s a personal thing and you decide what that goal is for you. Also with maintenance, you want to make sure that as you process your email you’re processing it in batches, not continuously. The mistake people make that wastes a lot of time is that they are continuously reacting to their email all day long instead of going to it, processing it in batches, and dealing with it just a few certain times of the day. There are so many more email tips that I can tell you, and one of the things that would be helpful probably is to look at my book “The Home Office Handbook.” I give you a whole framework for processing information in general including the ART, “action, reference, trash” model, and there’s a flow chart and everything. It helps you think differently about your information. You can see that at http://www.clutterdiet.com/homeoffice. See you next time, and may you always be happy and grateful for having more than enough.
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RockTape - FMT Basic & Performance Promo - Full Length
 
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Get trained and earn CEUs. Functional Movement Techniques (FMT) Certification courses are led by industry leading experts in movement assessment and therapy. FMT courses present a revolutionary way of thinking about how we move, and the role it plays in pain and performance. FMT Courses integrate innovative mobility, motor control and stability strategies along with a movement-based; practical kinesiology taping and IASTM frameworks - to deliver RESULTS for your patients and athletes. 1.Taping Movements, Not Muscles. FMT Basic and Performance provides an introduction to fascial chains and subsequently a more integrated way to look at and assess both the body and movement. A functional approach to taping that is not concerned with origin and insertions, direction of application, or percentage stretch concepts. 2. How to tape for pain, swelling, posture, nerve entrapments, and scars. 3. Teach, Tape, Move. 4. The Neurological effect of taping. The science of touch. Tape 'works' because it's touching the skin. Learn about how touching the skin allows us to tap into the nervous system, and in doing so, mitigate pain and modify movement. 5. Screen Movement, change movement, improve performance. In FMT Performance you will learn 7 movement screens that cover movements throughout the entire body with a developmental progression, including BREATHING (the most fundamental movement pattern we have) ------------------ We want you to never stop moving. Learn more about RockTape at http://www.rocktape.com Shop online at Amazon or http://shop.rocktape.com Want to find a RockTape Certified Medical Professional - visit here: http://www.rocktape.com/us/find-medpro *Not clinically proven for all injuries.
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Gestalt Therapy
 
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Entertaining video displaying specific therapeutic techniques within the framework of the Gestalt therapy theoretical orientation. This film was developed as part of a counseling theories course at The University of Texas at Austin by doctoral students.
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Bootstrap 4 Change Nav Link And Nav Brand Color On Scroll
 
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CAIIB BFM UNIT 8 Risk And Basic Risk Management Framework Questions
 
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Post-Traumatic Growth
 
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We've all heard of PTSD—the notion that trauma or intense suffering can result in later psychological consequences. But it turns out research shows that's not always the outcome of a traumatic experience. Watch this week's vlog to learn more. FOR THIS VIDEO BLOG and MORE: http://brightlineeating.com/2017/07/post-traumatic-growth/
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The Shepherd's Diet Review - My Review Of Shepherd's Diet
 
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The Shepherd's Diet Review http://tinyurl.com/BestSpDiet The Shepherd's Diet is a weight loss plan that assists you remove excess fat from your body by adhering to scriptural concepts for fitness. Choosing the best diet regimen program to assist you slim down is the primary step to obtaining the outcomes you desire. You have to recognize the demands of your body to identify exactly what you should omit as well as boost in your dishes, which is the very first difficulty. If you have problem with sugary foods, after that you recognize that restricting your sweet as well as treats is the very best alternatives. There are some customers that have the tendency to enjoy salted foods, which cause water retention. Nonetheless, if you have a trouble with overindulging as a whole, you require a diet regimen that aids you limit your cravings, like The Shepherd's Diet. Biblical belly breakthrough review concentrates your power on paying attention to the Holy Spirit's instructions in your life. This Christian-based routine urges you to look for scriptural aid in establishing the best dietary selections, avoiding you from enjoying your consuming practices. In addition, this program advises that you adhere to an eating strategy that is high in healthy and balanced fat, which might assist to get rid of exhaustion in some customers. If you stay on top of the routine, the makers of The Shepherd's Diet insurance claim that you might have the ability to shed as much as 80lbs with time. Sadly, many individuals have actually been converted that fat is the adversary, which is a typical point of view among various diet regimen programs. They make individuals think that the intake of fat is the reason for acquiring fat, which could not be better from the reality. By selecting healthy and balanced fats, you could nurture your skin as well as inspire healthy and balanced food digestion, simply to detail a few of the favorable influence that it could have. That's why the Shepherd's Diet is such an important read to any person that is planning to alter the method their body features every day. Other Searchers: low fodmap foods low fodmap diet recipes fodmap diet plan fodmap diet chart fodmaps diet pdf fodmap elimination diet fodmap diet for ibs fodmap diet sheet Biblical belly breakthrough review The Shepherd's Diet Review #TheShepherdsDietReview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDfNLe_1Nbo
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What is PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS? What does PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS mean?
 
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What is PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS? What does PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS mean? PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS meaning - PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS definition - PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Personal effectiveness is a branch of the self-help movement dealing with success, goals, and related concepts. Personal effectiveness integrates some ideas from “the power of positive thinking” and positive psychology but in general it is distinct from the New Thought Movement. A primary differentiating factor is that Personal Effectiveness proponents generally take a more systematic approach including a number of factors beside simple positive thinking. Some proponents take an approach with similarities to business process management techniques. Others may take a holistic spiritual and physical wellness approach. Many of the ideas behind the personal effectiveness movement derive from the field of business and management. Such luminaries as Peter Drucker, W. Edwards Deming, and Genichi Taguchi revolutionized business and industry in the mid-20th century by focusing on such concepts as quality, efficiency, and optimization. In particular, Drucker's ideas of “management by objectives” as explained in his 1954 book 'The Practice of Management' emphasized the importance of clarity of roles, responsibilities, and expectations. They also outlined the framework of SMART goal setting. In the management field, these advancements branched into the leadership movement (for examples see Ken Blanchard, Jim Collins) and the more technical advancements including lean thinking, and six sigma. Early self-help classics such as Dale Carnegie's “How to Win Friends and Influence People” (first published in 1936) tended to have a specific focus on success in one particular goal. Although this trend continues, with common specializations in weight loss, health, or spirituality, a few contributors are becoming more interdisciplinary in their scope. As the field matured, authors began to integrate ideas gleaned from their peers, and a more comprehensive approach to personal effectiveness began to emerge. The business models of various personal effectiveness gurus typically revolve around traditional publishing, but may also include public speaking tours, corporate bookings and/or media appearances. Recently a new trend has emerged which embraces the open-source paradigm of free content. Noteworthy open-source personal effectiveness content sites include Steve Pavlina and Level grinding.
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Weight Loss Surgery Success  - The Multiple Benefits of Carb Blockers
 
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http://cfwls.com/ 757.873.1880 Weight Loss Surgery Success - The Multiple Benefits of Carb Blockers Double board certified bariatric surgeon, Thomas W. Clark, explains how carb blockers can help weight loss surgery patients offset some of the effect of excess carbohydrates.
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Part 6 of 7 | There's No Such Thing as Cardio | James Steele II
 
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Subscribe on Youtube: http://t21c.com/12YTr3X Subscribe by e-mail: http://www.the21convention.com Follow on Twitter: http://twitter.com/beachmuscles About the speaker : James Steele (or James Steele II as he is known online and through his blog) is a 24 year old Lecturer and PhD Research Student at Southampton Solent University in the UK. James is an exercise scientist by profession having gained a first class honours degree in Applied Sport Science and during his time of study working with a wide range of elite athletic populations including; international Ironman triathlete's, Paralympic wheelchair basketball and rugby, semi professional muay thai fighters and professional football (soccer). In addition he has worked with non-athletic populations including the elderly, diseased and a population that he is currently conducting research with; sufferers of chronic low back pain. James is active as an academic pursuing his PhD research into chronic low back pain, its multifactorial symptoms and the effects of isolated resistance exercise for the lumbar extensors in treating it. He has also recently had a paper published with his colleagues, on which he was second author, presenting the scientific literature of resistance training and suggesting recommendations for its optimal implementation based upon the current evidence. Despite his clear academic focus in the area of exercise science, James also has many other areas of interest on which he occasionally writes when the time permits at jamessteelii.blogspot.com, one of these topics being philosophy. James has always taken an interest in the nature of the universe and man's relationship to it yet never had a conceptual framework for which to understand it. A few years ago whilst reading Mike Mentzers books on High Intensity Training James was introduced to a philosophical perspective on exercise based around reason and logic. It was from here that he was introduced to philosophy as a subject to study and more specifically Ayn Rand's Objectivism. Since then James has dedicated time in his personal life to further his knowledge on all areas of philosophy, and specifically Objectivism, providing himself with an armchair philosopher's perspective on the universe, man and life. Visit James at http://jamessteeleii.blogspot.com/ Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/BxDI/
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The 7 Keys to SELF-CONTROL (for Internal Power & Unlimited Focus)
 
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Int. Basel IV-Channel,TRIM-ECB’s answer to loss of confidence in internal models, 21 apr.17
 
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Topic: TRIM - The ECB’s answer to the loss of confidence in internal models - Credit risk Referents: Abdellah M’barki, Director, Deputy Global Basel IV Leader, Regulatory Management Netherlands Phone: +31 (0)88 792 55 66 Mobile: +31 (0)6 12 13 46 87 E-Mail: abdellah.mbarki@nl.pwc.com Luís Filipe Barbosa, Director, Regulatory Management Phone: +351 213599151 Mobile: +351 914201014 E-Mail: luis.filipe.barbosa@pt.pwc.com Kaan Aksel, Director FS Regulatory Management Phone: +49 (0)69 9585-5874 Mobile: +49 (0)160 95648160 E-Mail: kaan.aksel@de.pwc.com Keywords: TRIM, TRIM guide, internal model weaknesses, Key Challenges , Key objectives and components of TRIM, TRIM timeline
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2018 Mazda MX-5 RF - Lighter, Smaller, Quicker and More Nimble Than Its Predecessor
 
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2018 Mazda MX-5 RF - Drive, Interior and Exterior. Subscribe. POWERTRAINS SKYACTIV-G direct-injection petrol engines - Naturally aspirated lightweight powerplants deliver linear pull from zero to redline and outstanding real-world fuel economy - Feature high 13.0:1 compression, countering the drawbacks with a range of innovations - Smaller and lighter intake and exhaust systems adapted for the MX-5 to heighten driving fun by squeezing the most from these engines - intake system weighs 30% less than the previous generation’s - compact 4-2-1 exhaust optimised for the MX-5’s layout and to enhance torque -Automatic transmission offered in Europe ex­clusively for MX-5 RFs with the SKYACTIV-G 2.0 SKYACTIV-G 1.5 features a 7,500rpm redline and more output than on other Mazdas Output: 96kW/131PS @ 7,000rpm 150Nm @ 4,800rpm SKYACTIV-G 2.0, specially tuned for wider low and midrange torque output, is available with Mazda’s i-stop idle-stop system and a light­weight version of the i-ELOOP brake energy regeneration system Output: 118kW/160PS @ 6,000rpm 200Nm @ 4,600rpm SKYACTIV-MT six-speed manual transmission: - Enhances the MX-5’s always legendary short throws and crisp shifting, also improving real-world mileage - Lighter than previous manuals thanks to e.g. die-cast aluminium housing and better oil flow control; differential also weighs less while significantly lowering energy transfer losses Six-speed automatic transmission: - Delivers direct shifting with lock-up control from second gear up and slip control from third - Features Drive Selection for more responsive shifting at the flip of a switch - Offers excellent fuel economy, particularly in combination with i-ELOOP and i-stop CHASSIS & BODY - SKYACTIV-Chassis balanced to reflect the MX-5 RF’s added weight and height at no cost to the car’s Jinba Ittai agility - Offers a more cultured ride with suspension, steering and brakes specially tuned for the MX-5 RF - revisions to the shock absorbers, front stabiliser bar and rear springs, links and bump-stops on the front double wishbone and rear multi-link suspension - dual-pinion electric power assist steering retuned for more linearity and better feedback - optimised brake booster delivers a linear response and smooth transfers between g-forces - Retained the MX-5 soft-top’s stiff yet light­weight SKYACTIV-Body and high-mount back­bone frame, adding a special tunnel member to balance front-rear stiffness and counter the effect of the retractable roof - Like the soft-top, uses a straight, continuous framework wherever possible, also bolstering connections between frame sections - Ring structure improves the rigidity of the body’s suspension supports, while the rein­forced rear suspension towers stifle body de­formation from road input - Modifications shared with the soft-top include optimised engine mounts and the c-shaped powerplant frame to restrain powertrain vibration - Air dam added to MX-5 RF’s radiator to sup­press turbulence caused by airflow from the front wheel wells to sides of the car - also enhances straight-line and lane-change stability. INTERIOR Offers the best of all sports-car worlds: the security of a fixed-roof coupé, a distinct open-air feeling with more protection than the classical soft-top, and the flexibility of the power retractable hardtop to effortlessly switch between the two Added luxury and quality with a choice of interior packages [1] featuring: - Recaro seats delivering excellent hold, combining Alcantara® seatbacks and cushions with leather sides and red piping luxurious auburn nappa leather with grey stitching also available with black or tan leather and black fabric - luxurious auburn nappa leather with grey stitching -also available with black or tan leather and black fabric Like the soft-top: - built for driving featuring the cosy Jinba Ittai cabin common to all MX-5s with space used as efficiently as possible - compact three-spoke steering wheel, instruments and pedals positioned in perfect symmetry with the driver - sleek horizontal layout with the exterior colour extending into the cabin door trim* 127 litre boot able to hold two standard carry-on bags *Availability depends on trim level and market
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