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The earliest records of the study of this phenomenon are attributed to the philosopher Pythagoras in the 6th century BC.
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Some of the earliest recordings, made in the 1940's demonstrated that psychiatrists reacted immediately to anger and anxiety in the sound track, whereas written records of the same interview offered far fewer cues to therapy which -- if they were at all discernible in print -- were picked up only by the most skilled and sensitive experts.
The earliest historical records of Anatolia stem from the south east of the region, and are from the Mesopotamian based Akkadian Empire during the reign of Sargon of Akkad in the 24th century BC.
Accounting is thousands of years old ; the earliest accounting records, which date back more than 7, 000 years, were found in Mesopotamia ( Assyrians ).
The earliest accounting records were found amongst the ruins of ancient Babylon, Assyria and Sumeria, which date back more than 7, 000 years.
The earliest written records indicate the Egyptians and Babylonians used all the elementary arithmetic operations as early as 2000 BC.
Traditionally, the extinct family Viverravidae ( viverravids ) had been thought to be the earliest carnivorans, with fossil records first appearing in the Paleocene of North America about 60 mya, but recently described evidence from cranial morphology now places them outside the order Carnivora.
The findings at Anyang include the earliest written record of Chinese past so far discovered: inscriptions of divination records in ancient Chinese writing on the bones or shells of animals – the so-called " oracle bones ", dating from around 1200 BC.
One of the earliest reliable records of this weapon in warfare is from an ambush, the Battle of Ma-Ling in 341 BC.
The earliest genealogical records of the descendants of Cináed mac Ailpín may date from the end of the tenth century, but their value lies more in their context, and the information they provide about the interests of those for whom they were compiled, than in the unreliable claims they contain.
The earliest genealogical records of the descendants of Kenneth MacAlpin may date from the end of the 10th century, but their value lies more in their context, and the information they provide about the interests of those for whom they were compiled, than in the unreliable claims they contain.
*** The Spring and Autumn Annals is chronologically the earliest annal ; consisting of about 16, 000 words, it records the events of the State of Lu from 722 BCE to 481 BCE, with implied condemnation of usurpations, murder, incest, etc.
The " Gong An story " （ 公案小说, literally ：" case records of a public law court "） is the earliest known genre of Chinese detective fiction.
The earliest records are those represented in the paintings of the Egyptian tombs, in which they are shown as single or double doors, each in a single piece of wood.
Extant species in the Cryptobranchidae family are the modern-day members of a lineage that extends back millions of years — the earliest fossil records of a basal species date back to the Middle Jurassic and were found in volcanic deposits in northern China.
The earliest written records of Christian images treated like icons in a pagan or Gnostic context are offered by the 4th-century Christian Aelius Lampridius in the Life of Alexander Severus ( xxix ) that was part of the Augustan History.
Some of the earliest examples of such graphical records were developed by Porphyry of Tyros, a noted thinker of the 3rd century, as he graphically visualized the concept categories of Aristotle.
In this book were found the earliest records of the Kingdom of Poland: neume at the margins of the sequence Ad célèbres rex celica.
The Oxford English Dictionary records its earliest known English-language usage of brainwashing in an article by Edward Hunter in New Leader published on 7 October 1950.
The earliest mention of the play is found in a 1604 Revels Office account, which records that on " Hallamas Day, being the first of Nouembar ... the Kings Maiesties plaiers " performed " A Play in the Banketinghouse att Whit Hall Called The Moor of Venis.
Throughout the first decade ( 1890 – 1900 ) of commercial production of the earliest crude disc records, the direct acid-etch method first invented by Cros was used to create the metal master discs, but Cros was not around to claim any credit or to witness the humble beginnings of the eventually rich phonographic library he had foreseen.
Philosophical conceptions of qi from the earliest records of Chinese philosophy ( 5th century BCE ) correspond to Western notions of humours and the ancient Hindu yogic concept of prana, meaning " life force " in Sanskrit.
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His works contain the earliest known formal study of logic, which was incorporated in the late 19th century into modern formal logic.
With the Prior Analytics, Aristotle is credited with the earliest study of formal logic, and his conception of it was the dominant form of Western logic until 19th century advances in mathematical logic.
Some of the earliest attempts to apply scientific methods to the study of phenomena relating to an afterlife were conducted by this organization.
The first authoritative knowledge of the earliest ballroom dances was recorded toward the end of the 16th century, when Jehan Tabourot, under the pen name " Thoinot-Arbeau ", published in 1588 his Orchésographie, a study of late 16th-century French renaissance social dance.
Pascal's earliest work was in the natural and applied sciences where he made important contributions to the study of fluids, and clarified the concepts of pressure and vacuum by generalizing the work of Evangelista Torricelli.
The earliest known discussion of the topic arose soon after the French colonization of West Africa, when the Comité d ' Etudes commissioned a study on desséchement progressif to explore the prehistoric expansion of the Sahara Desert.
The earliest doctoral degrees ( theology, law, and medicine ) reflected the historical separation of all university study into these three fields.
Archibald Scott Couper in 1858 and Joseph Loschmidt in 1861 suggested possible structures that contained multiple double bonds or multiple rings, but the study of aromatic compounds was in its earliest years, and too little evidence was then available to help chemists decide on any particular structure.
A study by Federico Formenti of the University of Oxford suggests that the earliest ice skating happened in southern Finland about 4000 years ago.
* 2004 American research study on interstitial cystitis history — earliest known descriptions of bladder inflammation and interstitial cystitis
Among Agricola's other theoretical works is Musica instrumentalis deudsch ( 1529 ), a study of musical instruments, and one of the most important works in early organology ; and one of the earliest books on the Rudiments of music.
The earliest missions were attempts to achieve Earth's escape velocity, simply to show it was feasible and study the Moon.
One of the earliest complete studies using this technique on a commercial nuclear plant was the WASH-1400 study, also known as the Reactor Safety Study or the Rasmussen Report.
For this reason, tuatara are of great interest in the study of the evolution of lizards and snakes, and for the reconstruction of the appearance and habits of the earliest diapsids ( the group that also includes birds, dinosaurs, and crocodiles ).| isbn = 0-86868-098-2
** 109. meitnerium, Mt, named after Lise Meitner, an Austrian physicist who was one of the earliest scientists to become involved in the study of nuclear fission ( 1982 ).
His book represents the earliest known writing about the magnetic compass, movable type printing, experimentation with the camera obscura only decades after Ibn al-Haytham, and includes many different fields of study in essay and encyclopedic form, including geology, astronomy, botany, zoology, mineralogy, anatomy, pharmacology, geography, optics, economics, military strategy, philosophy, etc.
This theory is supported by a study into the SLC24A5 gene which found that the allelle associated with light skin in Europe may have originated as recently as 6, 000 – 10, 000 years ago which is in line with the earliest evidence of farming.
William Huggins was one of the earliest astronomers to study the optical spectra of astronomical objects, using a prism to disperse their light.
The earliest approaches to modern bird study involved the collection of eggs, a practice known as oology.
In addition, a study in 2008 suggested the earliest animals may have been similar to modern comb jellies.
However, the revolution in the study of gamma-ray bursts motivated the development of a number of additional instruments designed specifically to explore the nature of GRBs, especially in the earliest moments following the explosion.
Semiology refers specifically to the study of the neumes as found in the earliest fully notated manuscripts of Gregorian Chant, the oldest of which have been dated to the 9th century.
His logical works, called the Organon, are the earliest formal study of logic that have come down to modern times.