Channah Ruiter

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We have examined the force-velocity characteristics of tetanically activated human adductor pollicis working in vivo, in the fresh and fatigued states. The increase in force in response to stretch was divided into two major components. The first, steady, component persisted after the stretch and is concluded not to be a function of active cycling(More)
Research indicates that people with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) have poor cognitive flexibility. However, studies have largely focused on actual abilities and while individuals' emotional responses may be just as important, little is known about how those with OCD experience a situation that requires cognitive flexibility. It is furthermore largely(More)
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