Plagiarism,  or ‘plagiarism’ and  ‘plagiarism’, which have come to be known as a social illness, is a   very deep issue with biologic-psychological-archeological reasons.

The plagiarism  extends to the plekein word, which means plaga  (snare, trap) , at the same time basking the  basket in Greek  . Being able to knit socks is coming from here. This word also refers to the  ‘plaque’ or ‘layer’  we use.

 

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Plagio In ancient Greece, used as a medical term for a word meaning oblique baby brachycephaly,  (brachiocephali flatness produced in the rear face of the head)Scaphocephaly  (long and are straight from the horizontal direction of the head)  with definitions  Plagiocephaly  is a word used.

The aulos  (flute)  stooped is called plagios aulos  (latin obliqua tibia) . The flute is best played by Phrygian  Marsyas  . For this reason, his confrontation with Apollo has been the subject of a very famous story in mythology and it has not remained unfulfilled.

The Romans  called it ‘tibia’ , which means Latin bone for the flutes made from the bone  . Obliqua Tibia ‘  s Turkish is  ‘ side flute’  . The earliest archaeological datingDivje Babe  flutes are made from the femur (femur) of  a cave in Slovenia,  dating back to  60,000-50,000 BC.

Plagiocephaly is composed of the words  ‘plagio, oblique’ and ‘cephaly’ , which means  oblique  . Cephaly’s  name is ‘kefal’ which is a Greek word  . The most popular fish known as ‘mullet’  is the  mugil cephalos  . The mullet is more like a fish that stands perpendicular to the sea surface in order to float near the seaside and is called a fish whose spine can swim perpendicular to the water. It  is more common for fishermen to eat their shrimp (mugil latin slime) often on the coast,  so the mullet, which is favored by fishing  hooks, they may be hunted in the sea by being aimed. 

 

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Plagiocephaly  (flat head syndrome)  is a term used to mean the flattening of a part of the head by losing the rounded form when looking from above to the baby skull. The couple separated by fibrous joints bones in the baby’s skull such as may occur in the womb of the merger with each other and  milk despite the fusion of these fibers, called negative skulls. After birth, most occurrences of plagiocephaly are regularly wasted in a single position, such as sleeping in the same position, for example in a car seat / baby carriage carrier, raised seat or swing. Naturally, this deformity can prevent the brain from developing, even causing brain pressure, which can lead to cerebral disturbances.The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that the infant’s skulls be measured and monitored whether they develop properly or not during 2-3 month periods.  

 

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Another word plagio produced from the corresponding word or the word plagiarism is plagiarism, which Turkish English  ‘Plagiarism’  Arabic ‘nahl’  also from the ‘plagiarism’  word plagiarism means a property ownership that belongs to someone else. An interesting road map of the etymology of Keliman’s Western societies is given in the above schematic.

Therefore, it is a matter of plagio-oblique , both medically and  literally . Medically, when the head is skewed, brain pressure can be incompatible with brain functioning and skull pressure can result in increased brain volume and the brain’s need for more blood is a result of the brain’s biological structure.  Plagiocephaly eventually reveals the loss of functionality as the brain normally exceeds 750 milliliters of blood per minute (sometimes reduced by pressure)  .

One thing is for sure that while plagiocephaly certainly reveals a condition that causes vision loss, it is not understood that this is not common to plagiarism, but that the person (plagiarist) knows the other person’s information as though it belongs to him. (!)

Plagiocephaly up plagio produced from the ancient Greek word used in  plagio-climax (though the loss of the natural features of established communities), and  plagiarism(theft of children)  and those who  Plagiorist  (kidnapper)  also called.

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The Swiss psychologist Theodore Flournoy, a mentor to Carl Jung  , called theplagiarism phenomenon “cryptomnesia” phenomenonin 1900 . This means that your memory is hidden. The person in this phenomenon forgets the source of information and believes that the existing information is created by itself. Daniel Schacter, a brain memory expert at Harvard University  , called  cryptomnesia a“mirror image” of  a phenomenon such as misidentification, misrepresentation of the eyewitness account . An example of this is the attempt to imitate a feature that is not unique from twin children in a similar way by the other.

Any pressure on the brain due to it being closed requires less or more blood to come into contact with these brain impurities in both cases. These damages that may occur as a result of hypertension may result in occipital region pain, dizziness, and sometimes tinnitus, which are caused by peripheral examinations performed by ophthalmologists in the mornings in the morning. (2013, Kotil) Doctors say that at the end of these symptoms, they may be a chronic illiterate trait that goes as far as visually impaired.

So it should  plagiarism  known as  ‘plagiarism’  or  ‘plagiarism’  or himself to destroy the source of information that does not belong assuming the information using as belonging to him  cryptomnesia  as well as in the health field, such as the events of literature in our lives should be treated as a disease to be strictly treated as subduction of the cerebral function .

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