Colleen Surber

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Subjects judged both "ratios" of loudness and "differences" in loudness between pairs of tones that varied in intensity. The pairs were constructed from factorial designs, permitting separation of stimulus and response scaling for each subject. Ratings of "differences" and estimations of "ratios" were monotonically related, inconsistent with the hypothesis(More)
The present study evaluated the effects of stimulus complexity and rule usage on a visual perspective-taking task. Preschoolers, first, third, and fifth graders, and adults were shown arrays of dolls and performed a series of perspective-taking tasks. Errors decreased with age, and more errors occurred with the more complex visual arrays. A significant(More)
BACKGROUND Little is known about the epidemiology of basal cell carcinoma (BCC). METHODS Using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink, we calculated annual incidence rates. In a case-control analysis, we examined lifestyle factors and comorbidities. RESULTS Incidence rose significantly between 2000 and 2011. Basal cell carcinoma risk was increased in(More)
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