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E. Tan, S.T. Thoroddsen, and J.M. Sullivan are supported by NASA Grant NAG3-2122 under the Microgravity Fluid Physics Program. ...doi:10.1364/oe.7.000186 pmid:19407864 fatcat:xhk5l37uxrdyjn4rdjbiup6klm
Brain potentials associated with true and false recognition were recorded using a paradigm consisting of categorized color photographs. Two ERP components were identified. A parietal component was most positive for both true and false recognition, less positive for rejection of lures, and least positive for rejection of novel items. A later frontal component was more positive for false recognition, rejection of lures, and misses than for true recognition and rejection of novel items. Thedoi:10.1097/00001756-200309150-00012 pmid:14512844 fatcat:emkmu4jbnbazvf37n3y63hzuji
more »... suggest that the parietal component may reflect the extent to which test items engender recollection of the gist representation of the study list, while the late frontal component may reflect the engagement of effortful post-retrieval processes.
Daniel E. Su van, and 765 VIRUS. Edem E. Ekwo and Martin G. Myers (Spon. by C.T. ... n t i f i e d ...doi:10.1203/00006450-197704000-00778 fatcat:eo7rwbk6irao5bwmgnapfxxyui
Acknowledgments The New Parents Project was funded by the National Science Foundation (CAREER 0746548, Schoppe-Sullivan), with additional support from the Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child ... Schoppe-Sullivan et al. ... Farrie, 2008; Fagan, 2013; Zvara, Schoppe-Sullivan, & Kamp Dush, 2013) . ...doi:10.1002/imhj.21468 pmid:25798492 pmcid:PMC4575558 fatcat:3lvggy55tnaljplhwfpy5ujfuu
Chan School of Public Health Sullivan Jessica Assistant Director of Research, Department of Global Health and Population Harvard T.H. ... Chan School of Public Health Cadarette Daniel Research Assistant Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health Canning David Professor of Economics and International Health Harvard T.H. ...doi:10.1186/s12962-018-0115-x pmid:30455608 pmcid:PMC6225612 fatcat:jm42bcmyonbd7kmlrjgc4znphy
MITCHELL, SULLIVAN, SCHACTER, AND BUDSON ... ., 1999; Spieler, Balota, & Faust, 1996; Sullivan, Faust, & Balota, 1995) , they may have experienced difficulty in discriminating between these multiple sources of activation at test, leading them to ...doi:10.1037/0894-4126.96.36.199 pmid:16594779 fatcat:h7uo3dngtvbnvcegotioo3q2la
Data on 7,424 soldier spouse abuse offenders were analyzed to determine the prevalence of substance use during abusive incidents, and to examine differences between substanceusing and non-substance-using offenders. Results showed that 25% of all offenders used substances during abusive incidents, with males and non-Hispanic Whites being more likely to have used substances. Substance-using offenders were more likely to perpetrate physical spouse abuse and more severe spouse abuse. These findingsdoi:10.1177/1077801210387038 pmid:21097964 fatcat:puhbh3ub3fgwjcw726cattil5m
more »... underscore the importance of educating military personnel (including commanders) about links between substance use and domestic violence, and of coordinating preventive and therapeutic substance abuse and violence-related interventions.
As shown in Figure 2 , the presence of Self-Seal Reagent in the PCR (lanes E-H) had little, if any, effect on either the time of first detection of the product or the quantity produced. ...doi:10.2144/97232pf01 pmid:9266090 fatcat:pxn4einx55e77nm4v25wq3jxwe
INTRODUCTION n a previous study, the authors (Colburn, Sullivan, and Fox (2012) reported a statistically significant improvement in student learning outcomes with students having a Grade Point Average ... As discussed in an earlier publication (Colburn, Sullivan, & Fox, 2012) , the impact of team teaching on Kolb's learning continuum using a Student-Focused team teaching approach proved most effective ...doi:10.19030/ajbe.v6i4.7942 fatcat:lbaseoy6rvh4zfcrnhgqg4u5cq
Families A, B, E and G were previously published 1, 2, 11, 12 , however, their psychiatric phenotype has been evaluated in detail for this study. ...doi:10.1111/epi.14678 pmid:30828795 fatcat:fciqioc5lnbwvfv24uy6skunta
(E, F) Total vertical rearing time for female and male mice. In female mice, single and double LGE caused a significant drop in vertical rearing time compared to sham controls. ...doi:10.1038/s41598-020-73945-w pmid:33057056 pmcid:PMC7560880 fatcat:j2rdm7uofjf2lei777re4qed4i
normal mitosis (chromosomes in gray, microtubules in green) and also (B) stabilize chromatin loops through which developmental transcription programs of gene inductions and repressions are deployed (E ...doi:10.1371/journal.pgen.1004036 pmid:24367282 pmcid:PMC3868590 fatcat:63qj347nfrbthapiueiscblzc4
Brain and Cognition
., 1998) and categorized colored photographs (Koutstaal & Schacter, 1997) , Budson, Sullivan, Daffner, & Schacter Semantic vs. phonological false memory in aging & AD 16 older adults exhibit higher ... adults M .81 .79 .83 .67 .64 .67 .06 SD .21 .19 .20 .34 .29 .42 .06 AD patients M .65 .62 .52 .69 .67 .61 .40 SD .22 .25 .33 .39 .40 .44 .22 35 Figure 1 Budson, Sullivan ...doi:10.1016/s0278-2626(03)00030-7 pmid:12727179 fatcat:cu32ksvwrnhqtkhgh4jnskx624
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