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Cognitive accounts of panic predict that panic disorder patients will be particularly prone to misinterpret autonomic sensations. Several studies have produced results consistent with this prediction, but each is open to alternative interpretation. To clarify matters, 2 studies administered the Body Sensations Interpretation Questionnaire (BSIQ) to panic(More)
A large sample of non-clinical subjects were screened and those who reported experiencing relatively frequent intrusive thoughts with associated neutralizing were selected. These subjects were randomly allocated to one of two conditions: both groups listened to repeated recorded presentations of one of their intrusive thoughts and were then required either(More)
A prototypepositroncamerahas beenconstructedconsistingof two highdensityavalanche chamber (HIDAC) detectors operated in coincidence with a resolving time (2r) of 40 nsec. The detectors are multiwire chambers, with specially constructed lead converters added to improvethe photondetectionefficiencyat 511 keV.ThecurrentHIDACdetectorshavea singles efficiency of(More)
A method for the non-rigid, multi-modal, registration of vol-umetric scans of human hands is presented. PET and MR scans are aligned by optimising the configuration of a tube based model using a set of Bayesian networks. Efficient optimisation is performed by posing the problem as a multi-scale, local, discrete (quantised) search, and using dynamic(More)
Co-registration of clinical images acquired using different imaging modalities and equipment is finding increasing use in patient studies. Here we present a method for registering high-resolution positron emission tomography (PET) data of the hand acquired using high-density avalanche chambers with magnetic resonance (MR) images of the finger obtained using(More)
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