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Jaci Howard

on 19 October 2016

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Transcript of Alzheimers

The brain By Teddy Tsouras
As the the cells divide ''telomeres'' which are the control the brain cells and what this disease makes the telomeres get shorter and shorter causing them to slow down and get more forgetful. Also symptoms of Alzheimers are confusion, delusion, difficulty thinking,mental decline,forgetfulness,and the inability to recognize common things.
What this disease does is it attacks the proteins in side the cells of the brain and slows down the memory process causing the brain to forget more things frequently. This disease also attacks the cells in another way it wears down the cells and slows them down.
What I will be talking about in this prezi is about the brain disease called Alzheimers.

Dr. Stroop
John Ridley Stroop was born on March 21,1897 in Murfreesboro, Rutherford, TN in the United states of America. Then he died on September 1, 1973 at the age of 76. He was married to Zelma Stroop and had 3 kids John Ridely Jr. , Albert and Fred Stroop.
John Ridely Stroop was the inventor of the color word task named after him as the Stroop effect. He got his PHD from George Peabody College of Nashville, Tennessee.
Have you ever heard about the famous theory called the Stroop effect? well I will be talking about the scientist that made this theory and his name is Doctor John Ridely Stroop.
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