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The present study investigated the effects of the use of the left and right hands on haptic identification of letters which were presented in either a normal (0 degrees rotation), downward (90 degrees clockwise rotation), upside down (180 degrees rotation), or facing upward (270 degrees rotation) position. Each of the 80 right-handed subjects was given five(More)
To test if multi–surface models can provide a soil-specific prediction of metal mobilization by phytosiderophores (PS) based on the characteristics of individual soils. Mechanistic multi-surface chemical equilibrium modeling was applied for obtaining soil-specific predictions of metal and PS speciation upon interaction of the PS 2’-deoxymugineic acid (DMA)(More)
Investigations on the effect of the impact compactor Abstract This paper reports about the results of experimental and numerical investigations of the effect of impact compaction on the subsoil and the environment. Various homogeneous and layered soil compositions are considered to reveal the influence of material parameters and geometry. Relations between(More)
Reaction times were measured for recognizing laterally presented faces as a function of two levels of face discriminability and three interstimulus-interval lengths between pairs of successively presented faces. Contrary to many face-recognition studies, no left visual-field/right-hemisphere advantage was observed for the recognition task. Instead, a right(More)
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