Garyy B Gordon

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Two experiments investigated the hypothesis that errors in step-tracking were caused by false anticipation of the up-coming stimulus direction. In Experiment 1, eliminating the subject's ability to anticipate temporally did not inhibit error production, suggesting that temporal anticipation is not necessary for error production. In Experiment 2, providing(More)
By circumventing laminar flow while expanding the cross section of the analyte, this detector cell greatly increases both the sensitivity and the linearity of capillary electrophoresis. Manufacturing is made feasible by an advanced computer-controlled miniature lathe using machine vision. Capillaryy electrophoresiss (CE)) iss aa powerfull andd relatively(More)
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