books involves using mixed media such as different types of paint finish, paper work, scraps and fabric to change a book from its original form into something completely different.
The hypothesized link between the unusual experiences factor and altered
states of awareness is particularly salient in light of the notion of alcohol cue-reactivity.
book barely resembles what the original must have looked like.
1] is misplaced by 1 intercostal space, the morphology of the QRS complex may be altered
and ventricular tachycardia could be misinterpreted as supraventricular tachycardia.
males also failed to form the normal dominance hierarchy.
The healer goes into an altered
state and travels, in his mind, to the place where the soul fragment is hiding, and persuades it to come back and join the rest of the person's spirit.
behavioral responses in 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid treated and amphetamine challenged rats.
At its best, "Ecstasy: In and About Altered
States" (curated by Paul Schimmel) foregrounds this tension between experience and mediation, a tension carried in the very resonance of the word ecstasy.
This new book from JKP explores the various ways that humans seek altered
states of consciousness, the reasons why, and the role that music plays in achieving, enhancing and maintaining these states.
Ultimately, the committee members were skeptical of the necessity of a new rule and felt that Rule 901 "was flexible enough to allow the judge to exercise discretion to assure that digital photographs are authentic and have not been altered
Once the receptor had been altered
, dopamine did not signal a nearing reward.
One consequence of trauma is altered
immune response, resulting in an inability to fight infection.
Many of these drugs have severe side effects as well, often causing facial twitches, drooling, depression, altered
speech, and permanent neurological damage.
has patented genetically altered
mammalian embryonic stem cells, their living descendent progeny having an altered
genomic DNA, and therapeutic methods using these cells for improving cardiac function in a living subject after myocardial infarction.
When the first crop of genetically altered
grain sprouted in 1996, Todd Leake was optimistic.