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We present a novel method for fiber-based comparison of diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) scans of groups of subjects. The method entails initial preprocessing and fiber reconstruction by tractography of each brain in its native coordinate... more
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      Cognitive Science, Diffusion Tensor Imaging, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Brain
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Diffusion Tensor Imaging
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      Cognitive Science, Autism, Diffusion Tensor Imaging, Medicine
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Cerebral Palsy
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Diffusion Tensor Imaging, Medicine
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      Cognitive Science, Neurology, Medicine, Cerebellum
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      Cognitive Science, Archives, Biology, Japan
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      Cognitive Science, Polymorphism, Australia, Archives
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      Cognitive Science, Computer Science
Human resources (HR) of any organization plays a significant role in construction and growth of the company by designating efficient and competent employees. To achieve its long-term socio-economic goals, an organization should make human... more
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      Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Linguistics, Speech Technology
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      Cognitive Science, Applied Mathematics, Materials Science, Soft Computing
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Medicine, Humans
In a climate of renewed interest in the synergy between neurology and psychiatry, practitioners are increasingly recognizing the importance of exchange and collaboration between these two disciplines. However, there are few working models... more
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      Cognitive Science, Neuropsychology, Neurology, Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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      Engineering, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Teleoperation
Sentence understanding is affected by recent experience. An important open question is whether this reflects adaptation to the statistics of the input. Support for this hypothesis comes from the recent finding that listeners can... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Languages and Linguistics
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      Cognitive Science, Cardiology, Neurology, Neurosurgery
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Consciousness, Clinical Sciences
Emerging studies have emphasized the importance of the fidelity of cortical representation in forming enduring episodic memory. No study, however, has examined whether there are age-related reductions in representation fidelity that can... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Medicine, Cerebral Cortex
Using a new method of affect priming, we find that a face with an angry expression slows a participant's performance; that is, we find anger inferiority. Our task presents a... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Anger, Happiness
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      Ancient History, Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Science
Electroconvulsive shock is a common treatment used in depression, especially in cases in which suicide constitutes a risk. The recommendation for its use varies from one place to another, but there is an empirical agreement to avoid daily... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Medicine, Animals
Objective: The aim of this article is to discuss how user experience (UX) evaluation can benefit from the use of virtual reality (VR). Background: UX is usually evaluated in laboratory settings. However, considering that UX occurs as a... more
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      Cognitive Science, Biology, Membrane Proteins, Immunohistochemistry
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      Cognitive Science, Signal Transduction, Hippocampus, Cercopithecus aethiops
This article investigates translation changes in the English translation of Korean presidential speeches, especially the New Year’s addresses made during the course of presidency since 2008 by President Lee Myung-bak. It illustrates... more
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      Discourse Analysis, History, Cognitive Science, Linguistics
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      Cognitive Science, Chemistry, Biology, Drug interactions
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Psychologists need clients’ information to provide a service to them and must do it within the parameters of the normative framework that regulates the collection and management (i.e., storing, accessing, amending, using, and disposing)... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Law, Ethics
Fasciculin 2 (FAS) an anticholinesterase peptide isolated from the venom of the Green mamba (Dendroaspis angusticeps) was injected into the right striatum of albino rats (1.5 micrograms total amount). The inhibition of... more
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      Cognitive Science, Chemistry, Medicine, Brain
Previous research on self-control using macaques ( Macaca fascicularis) showed these animals have a strong bias for a delayed, larger reinforcer (Self-control) over an immediate, smaller reinforcer (Impulsive). Typical studies of... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Animal Behavior, Self Control
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Brain and Cognition, Neurosciences
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Selective Attention, Clinical Sciences
This article analyzes the epistemological and logical foundations of Kohlberg’s cognitive-developmental theory of moral development. Kohlberg’s understanding of dialectics is criticized and an attempt is made to introduce a dialectical... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Philosophy, Epistemology
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Facial expression, Medicine
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Medicine, Neurosciences
We tested the hypothesis that 17beta-estradiol would reduce the cerebral O(2) consumption response to stimulation of N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors. We determined NMDA receptor density in 10 ovariectomized Wistar female rats... more
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      Cognitive Science, Biology, Medicine, Glutamate
Effects of a nitric oxide (NO) synthase inhibitor on regional cerebral vascular resistance (rCVR) and regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) were studied during a severe hemorrhage in conscious and in isoflurane anesthetized groups of rats.... more
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      Cognitive Science, Medicine, Brain, Blood Pressure
... A marriage made in heaven : the sexual politics of Hebrew and Yiddish / Naomi Seidman. ... put it, "the myth of the 'femininity' and 'maternity' (and... more
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      Cognitive Science, Chemistry, Carbon Dioxide, Microcirculation
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      Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Neurogenesis, Crustacea
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Contemporary Psychology
This paper presents the psychometric properties of the Polish version of the Infant Behavior Questionnaire—Revised (IBQ-R). A group of 396 pairs of parents was studied, and a 3-factor structure of IBQ-R emerged with differences comparing... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Developmental Psychology, Psychometrics
Palmer, Gardner, and Wickens studied aesthetic preferences for pictures of single objects and found a strong inward bias: Right-facing objects were preferred left-of-center and left-facing objects right-of-center. They found no effect of... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Computer Vision
How does the visual system recognize images of a novel object after a single observation despite possible variations in the viewpoint of that object relative to the observer? One possibility is comparing the image with a prototype for... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Visual perception, Face recognition (Psychology)
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Imagination, Medicine
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      Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Cognitive Science, Music
Introduction:Adequate animal glioma models are mandatory for the pursuit of preclinical research in neuro-oncology. Many implantation models have been described, but none perfectly emulate human malignant gliomas. This work reports our... more
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      Cognitive Science, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Immunohistochemistry, Positron Emission Tomography
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Immunohistochemistry, In Situ Hybridization
When conflicting contours are projected to corresponding areas of the retinae through a stereoscopic device, S reports viewing not a stable figure but an irregular alternation that cannot be given a unitary interpretation. For example, if... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Visual perception, Medicine
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Blueprint, Contemporary Psychology
Trans-resveratrol (tRESV), a polyphenol with antioxidant properties, is common in many food sources, hence easily accessible for study as a maternal dietary supplement in perinatal asphyxia (PA). Hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy secondary... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Biology, Inflammation
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      Information Systems, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Computer Science
Individualist and collectivist cultural frameworks have been the dominant research paradigm in cross-cultural studies despite evidence of conceptual and measurement problems with collectivism. We propose a new theoretical framework of... more
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      Sociology, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Linguistics
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Clinical Sciences
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Clinical Sciences
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Attention, Medicine
This investigation sought to extend existing research on framing by exploring the number and types of frames individuals use to describe their conflict events. Specifically, the study built upon extant framing research in order to test... more
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      Sociology, Cognitive Science, Communication and media Studies
... Betty H. La France (Ph.D., Michigan State University, 1998) is an Assistant Professor, Department of Communication, University of Missouri-St. ... with their image, persona, or face as manifest within the particular interaction... more
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      Sociology, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Social Psychology
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      Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Shape reconstruction (Computer Vision), Ontologies
Undergraduate and graduate teacher education students in a culturally diverse, urban university consume and construct knowledge as they engage in a Piaget WebQuest and subsequently construct their own Individual WebQuests. The activities... more
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      Cognitive Science, Developmental Psychology, Instructional Design, Teacher Education
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      Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Long Term Potentiation, Synaptic Plasticity
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      Cognitive Science, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Biology, Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Interest points have traditionally been favoured over dense features for image retrieval tasks, where the goal is to retrieve images similar to a query image from an image corpus. While interest points are invariant to scale and rotation,... more
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      Cognitive Science, Mathematics, Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence
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      Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Landmark
INTRODUCTION People with Dementia (PwD)'s performance of activities of daily living (ADLs) has been associated with apathy, cognitive deficits, carers' depression and burden. However, it is not known if the carers' management... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Dementia, Clinical Sciences
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      Cognitive Science, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Creatine, Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
Page 1. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 1989, Vol. 56, No. 4, 555-564 Copyright 1989 by the American Psychological Association, Inc. 0022-3514/89/S00.75 Explanations for Visual Cue Primacy in Judgments of Honesty and Deceit ...
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      Marketing, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Social Psychology
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Perception, Personality
Ageing of the population is a well-established global trend, especially in developed countries (United Nations 2007). As population gets older, the need for an efficient medical care system, capable of providing long-term assistance,... more
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      Robotics, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Computer Science
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      Cognitive Science, Linguistics
I must begin this review by confessing a positive bias. I have known and respected the author for several years; I knew that this book was in progress and have awaited it with real anticipation, so I am especially pleased to be able to... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Business and Management, Organization Development
One of the most prevalent network attacks that threaten networks is Denial of Service (DoS) flooding attacks. Hence, there is a need for effective approaches that can efficiently detect any intrusion in a network. This paper presents an... more
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      Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Distributed Computing
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Semantics, Child Development
Most papers using experimental data find that a significant number of agents are not utility function maximizers. Using three experimental datasets, we provide empirical evidence that these violations of utility function maximizing... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Mathematics, Applied Mathematics
ABSTRACT Objective The Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System (D-KEFS) is a battery of tests designed to measure executive functions (EF). Additionally, the D-KEFS contains lower-order tasks, designed to control for speed of visual... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Medicine, Neurosciences
ABSTRACT Objective The Delis-Kaplan Executive Function System (D-KEFS) is a battery of tests designed to measure executive functions (EF). Additionally, the D-KEFS contains lower-order tasks, designed to control for speed of visual... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Medicine, Neurosciences
The Cognistat is a widely used screening instrument for the assessment of higher cerebral functioning. This study investigated the effects of gender and age on a specific item from the metric sequence of the Cognistat Judgment subtest.... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Aging, Medicine
Background The cause of sporadic amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) is largely unknown but hypotheses about disease mechanisms include oxidative stress, defective axonal transport, mitochondrial dysfunction and disrupted RNA processing.... more
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      Cognitive Science, Motor neuron, Immunohistochemistry, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
Abstract Historically, academic language (AL) has been a highly contentious and debated construct, criticized because of its framing as a set of objective linguistic forms requisite in academic settings, as being more specialized and... more
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      Cognitive Science, Language Education, Linguistics, Curriculum and Pedagogy
We describe a novel stimulus delivery system designed to present tactile stimuli to a subject in the tunnel of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system. Using energy from an air-driven piston to turn a wheel, the device advances a... more
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      Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Psychophysics, Neuropsychology
We describe a novel stimulus delivery system designed to present tactile stimuli to a subject in the tunnel of a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system. Using energy from an air-driven piston to turn a wheel, the device advances a... more
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      Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Psychophysics, Neuropsychology
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      Neuroscience, Psychology, Cognitive Science, Biology
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      Neuroscience, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Poster Presentation
We describe methods for improving the performance of statistical machine translation (SMT) between four linguistically different languages, i.e., Chinese, English, Japanese, and Korean by using morphosyntactic knowledge. For the purpose... more
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      Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Artificial Intelligence, Natural Language Processing
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Medicine, Comorbidity
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Cognitive Therapy
Recently, a number of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) process accounts of anxiety disorders have emerged that go beyond an emphasis on cognitive reappraisal or habituation (Barlow, Allen, & Choate, 2004; Hayes, Strosahl, &... more
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Anxiety, Cognitive Therapy
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Cognitive Therapy
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Adaptive behavior, Cognitive Therapy
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, Mindfulness, Self Compassion
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      Psychology, Cognitive Science, British psychology
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      Clinical Psychology, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Science, Mental Health