Dennis Rosen

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Transverse sections of rat tibial nerve were scanned with an automated flying-spot microscope and the pictures examined in a one bit (black-and-white) form. Computer programs have been developed, and are described briefly, to isolate individual nerve fibres in the field of view, and to measure axon area and myelin area, from which it is trivial to calculate(More)
We present a study on thick Si-rich nitride/polycrystalline Si/silicon oxide multilayer-stacks made by LPCVD and PECVD techniques. The pattern transfer into the multilayer-stacks is achieved by dry etching techniques such as SF 6-based ICP plasma and the so-called Bosch processes. The steep profiles and high selectivity obtained for the developed processes(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of the present study is to examine the craniofacial development of patients with Down syndrome (DS) and compare them with a neurotypical population. METHODS This study is a cross-sectional analysis of lateral cephalometric radiographs of participants with DS. The study population consisted of children and young adults with DS aged(More)
This article investigates two competing explanations of the mere exposure ef-fect—the cognition-based perceptual fluency/misattribution theory (PF/M) and the affect-based hedonic fluency model (HFM)—under incidental exposure conditions. In two studies, the classical mere exposure effect is replicated in the context of banner advertising. The findings rule(More)
Results are presented to demonstrate and establish a methodology of comparison of pedobarograph (PBG) images. Dynamic PBG images were processed so that contours of equal pressure could be extracted. After normalization for size, position and orientation, a representative contour was selected from each image and compared with the representative contours from(More)
A method is outlined for extracting contours of the pressure exerted by feet on the ground, either directly or through the soles of shoes, and of the wear patterns on shoe soles. The method is applied to two types of image: shoeprint images made in the laboratory, and pedobarography images recording the distribution of pressure under the foot during a(More)
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