Esther Hardy

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The extent to which imagery and perceptual processes overlap in the brain has been the focus of a number of studies using different experimental methodologies (e.g., studies of functional brain activation and studies of patients with selective deficits following brain damage). Here we report the results of a number of different experimental investigations(More)
The blood pH can be measured electrometrically by means of a glass electrode and calomel reference electrode provided (a) the blood is kept from contact with air and (b) the measurement is made at 38° C. (Wynn and Ludbrook, 1957). Alternatively to (b), but less satisfactorily, the pH can be estimated at an arbitrary temperature (say 200 C.) and a correcting(More)