Elisabeth Proctor

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For sequential studies of patients with brain tumors, the authors have designed an automated registration procedure for intra- and interexamination alignment of magnetic resonance images. This was evaluated with artificially misregistered data and data from repeat studies of six healthy volunteers and six brain tumor patients. In a subset of cases, a manual(More)
Current explanations for anchoring phenomena seem to be unable to account for the diversity of effects found by 40 years of research. Additionally, the theories do not have much to say about the processes that make anchors so resilient to modification. I argue that by focusing on the mechanisms involved in spatial representation, we can account for most(More)
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