Amy Korzekwa

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Top-down and bottom-up processing are two distinct yet highly interactive modes of neuronal activity underlying normal and abnormal human cognition. Here we characterize the dynamic processes that contribute to these two modes of cognitive operation. We used a blind source separation algorithm called second-order blind identification (SOBI [1]) to extract(More)
Systematic reeducation by pleoptic-orthoptic exercises was performed in children with posttraumatic and congenital aphakia for the improvement of the visual acuity, normal retinal fixation and binocular vision. The treatment comprised 244 children aged 1-16 years who were formerly given a correcting contact lens on the aphakic eye. In the result of(More)
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