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- S G Wiener, F Bayart, K F Faull, S Levine
- Behavioral neuroscience
- 1990

This study extends an examination of the behavioral and pituitary-adrenal responses of infant squirrel monkeys (Saimiri sciureus) separated from their mothers under different environmental conditions to another physiological system by measuring the metabolites of the central monoamines found in the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). This study included… (More)

- FRÉDÉRIC BAYART, SOPHIE GRIVAUX
- 2006

We investigate the subject of linear dynamics by studying the notion of frequent hypercyclicity for bounded operators T on separable complex F-spaces: T is frequently hypercyclic if there exists a vector x such that for every nonempty open subset U of X, the set of integers n such that T n x belongs to U has positive lower density. We give several criteria… (More)

- Frédéric BAYART, Lucas QUARTA, Frédéric Bayart, Lucas Quarta
- 2006

We show that the set of continuous nowhere differen-tiable functions, the set of Dirichlet series which are bounded in the right half-plane and diverge everywhere on the imaginary axis, and the set of continuous interpolating functions contain big algebras.

- F Bayart, K T Hayashi, K F Faull, J D Barchas, S Levine
- Behavioral neuroscience
- 1990

The effects of maternal proximity on the behavioral and physiological responses of infant rhesus macaques during 4 days of total or adjacent separations from the mother were studied. The 6 infants tested showed behavioral responses that differentiated the two separation conditions. Major differences were found in the quantity and quality of vocalizations,… (More)

- F Bayart, M Anthouard
- Folia primatologica; international journal of…
- 1992

- S Levine, S G Wiener, C L Coe, F E Bayart, K T Hayashi
- Child development
- 1987

Scientific inquiry, for the most part, can be described as parochial. Not only are there clear demarcations between broad disciplinary categories (i.e., anatomy, physiology, psychology), but subspecialties are common within disciplines. Modern technology has made possible a trend toward greater and greater specialization. In fact, there are now areas of… (More)

- F Bayart, J R Anderson
- Behavioural processes
- 1985

This study examined reactions to mirror-image stimulation in a wild- reared adult male monkey (Macaca tonkeana) which had spontaneously developed a form of tool-use, namely the use of plant stems to reach mucus inside the nose. Initial intense social responsiveness to the mirror was followed by habituation, although some social responding persisted. Mirror-… (More)

- FRÉDÉRIC BAYART
- 2013

We prove that, in the Baire category sense, a typical measure supported by a compact set admits a linear lower singularity spectrum. We investigate the same question for the upper singularity spectrum and for other forms of genericity.

We study the composition operators on an algebra of Dirichlet series, the analogue of the Wiener algebra of absolutely convergent Taylor series , which we call the Wiener-Dirichlet algebra, namely the connection between the properties of the operator and of its symbol, with special emphasis on the compact, automorphic, or isometric character of this… (More)

- FRÉDÉRIC BAYART, YANICK HEURTEAUX
- 2011

We study the size, in terms of the Hausdorff dimension, of the subsets of T such that the Fourier series of a generic function in L 1 (T), L p (T) or in C(T) may behave badly. Genericity is related to the Baire category theorem or to the notion of prevalence. This paper is a continuation of [2].