Daniel J Wheeler

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The present research examines the possibility that 'freezing' or slowing-down the rate at which threats can advance and thereby blocking a sense of looming vulnerability can reduce fears of contamination and avoidance behavior among individuals with obsessional symptoms. Mental imagery was used to reduce the rate at which threat can advance by means of(More)
We introduce a new method of estimating the coherence function of a Gaussian-Schell model beam in the inertial subrange of atmospheric turbulence. It is compared with the previously published methods based on either the quadratic approximation of the parabolic equation or an assumed independence between the source's randomness and the atmosphere using(More)
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