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A model for the timing of repetitive discrete motor responses is proposed, and a prediction of negative dependency between successive interresponse intervals is congn'med by data from a Morse key tapping task. A method that makes use of the first-order serial correlation between interresponse intervals is used to distinguish between vari~ince due to a… (More)
Analogs of models of duration discrimination are here related to the timing of discrete motor responses. The measure of interest is the variability in duration of intervals collected in short interval reproduction tasks. For data from a Morse key-tapping task, it is shown that, taken separately, neither of the models described can completely account for the… (More)
The present study was undertaken to assess the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and burden of illness due to pain and its treatment for patients with peripheral neuropathic pain (PNP). It is the first step in finding reliable instruments/targets to evaluate treatment outcome in this patient population. Study population consisted of 126 patients… (More)
The duration of the "psychophysical time quantum" measured through the application of a two-state model of successiveness discrimination is equal in magnitude to the modal zero-crossing interval of the alpha rhythm. The two quantities have similar distributions and they are correlated over individuals.
BACKGROUND The present multicenter study aimed to survey the patients' experiences in relation to the diagnosis and non-surgical treatment of periodontitis according to current treatment routine. METHODS Patients (N = 268) treated for plaque-related periodontitis were enrolled in two groups: group 1 received primary probing of pocket depths (PD 1) and/or… (More)