Daniel Kliese

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Conceptual knowledge is classically supposed to be abstract and represented in an amodal unitary system, distinct from the sensory and motor brain systems. A more recent embodiment view of conceptual knowledge, however, proposes that concepts are grounded in distributed modality-specific brain areas which typically process sensory or action-related object(More)
Partial obstruction of the upper urinary tract, a frequent challenge for the pediatric urologist, leads to renal damage, if deobstruction is delayed. Several but sometimes unsatisfactory animal models have been developed to study this phenomenon. Obstruction created by surgical manipulation lacks adequate correlation with a developing congenital(More)
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