D. G. Webster

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The relationships between the anterior-posterior and left-right regions of the brain have been characterized as mutually inhibitory. Whereas the left hemisphere attends to right proximal hemispace and is associated with positive emotions, the right hemisphere attends to left distal hemispace and is associated with negative emotions. Because of the(More)
The recollection of emotional memories has been used as a method of emotion induction for much of the research concerning the psychophysiological sequelae of emotions. The instructions used in most of these investigations have simply required the participants to recollect or imagine an emotional memory, with no constraint being placed on the age of the(More)
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Satisficing behavior is one of the most important subjects in consumer behavior studies. Satisficing consumers select any affordable bundle of items with utility larger than their satisfaction threshold. This contrasts to maximizing behavior, where the consumer selects the bundle of items with the highest possible utility within his or her budget(More)
Three complex inhibitory responses, tonic immobility, the dorsal immobility response, and lordosis, were studied in the intact female rat during estrus and diestrus and in ovariectomized rats with estrogen-progesterone treatment or controls. In each condition, the effects of vaginal-cervical stimulation were also studied. The results of two experiments(More)
We developed an iterative sequential random utility model to investigate the social and environmental determinants of the spatiotemporal decision process of tuna purse-seine fishery fishing effort in the eastern Pacific Ocean. Operations of the fishing gear mark checkpoints in a continuous complex decision-making process. Individual fisher behavior is(More)
BACKGROUND When normal people attempt to bisect lines they often make their mark to the left of midline (pseudoneglect) and when attempting to bisect radial lines normal people tend to bisect distal to the actual midline. These biases might be related to asymmetrical activation induced by making spatial computations or attention-intentional preferences. The(More)