C. A. Norman

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Background. Mild closed head injury (MHI) is a major problem in our society. Traditional methods of treatment such as cognitive rehabilitation or behavioral training are time consuming, expensive, and of questionable effectiveness. Anecdotal reports indicate that neurofeedback can remediate the symptoms of MHI in a rapid and cost effective way. The purpose(More)
Administration of the interferon inducer polyriboinosinic acid.polyribocytidylic acid (poly rl.poly rC) (10 mg/kg, ip) to male rats suppressed the constitutive hepatic expression of the male-specific cytochrome P-450 [AH, reduced-flavoprotein/oxygen oxidoreductase (RH hydroxylating), EC] isozyme P450IIC11 (P-450h) to 21% of control levels within(More)
Formation of DNA adducts, following treatment of primary rabbit tracheal epithelial cells (RTEC) with 1,8-dinitropyrene (1,8-DNP) and its partially reduced derivative, 1-nitro-8-nitrosopyrene (1,8-NONO2), was examined using the 32P-post-labelling technique. Treatment of aerobic cells with 1,8-DNP or 1,8-NONO2 produced qualitatively similar results.(More)
The Computational Linguistics Feedback Forum (CLIFF) is a group of students and faculty who gather once a week to discuss the members' current research. As the word "feedback" suggests, the group's purpose is the sharing of ideas. The group also promotes interdisciplinary contacts between researchers who share an interest in Cognitive Science. There is no(More)
DNA adduct formation was examined in rat tissues following a single i.p. injection with 1,8-dinitropyrene (1,8-DNP). A single common adduct was observed in mammary, mesentery, bladder, lung, kidney and liver tissue using the 32P-postlabelling technique. Adduct levels were highest in mammary and mesentery tissue. The mammary gland and soft tissues of the(More)
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