Gregory Wade

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In an attempt to understand more fully the hemodynamic effects in mitral stenosis, the vascular response to effort was studied in 12 cases. It was found that pulmonary arterial pressures rose, but did not necessarily parallel changes in the pulmonary "capillary venous" pressure (pcv), suggesting that the response pattern may be modified by secondary(More)
Stimulus-stimulus compatibility effects, such as Stroop interference, have been studied for many years as differences in reaction times when stimuli have varying levels of compatibility. However, it is not known whether such interference can be observed in the absence of a response, which would definitively answer questions about whether such interference(More)