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A goal of research on the cognitive control of movement is to determine how movements are chosen when many movements are possible. We addressed this issue by studying how subjects reached for a bar to be moved as quickly as possible from a home location to a target location. Ss generally grabbed the bar in a way that afforded a comfortable posture at the(More)
Factors predicting the early institutionalization of demented patients were studied in 143 outpatients using univariate and multivariate life-table methods. Four types of factors were evaluated for prognostic value: severity of functional impairment, behavioral disorders, individual patient characteristics, and type of caregiver. After follow-up of 19 +/-(More)
The neural bases of circadian rhythmicity have been demonstrated in a variety of animal species, including primates. Yet, the brain mechanisms underlying time experience and the timing of behaviors of shorter duration are still not well understood. In the present study, we demonstrate disruption of short-duration timing capacity in AH, a patient with damage(More)
  • Airport Marriott, Hotel St, Louis, Missouri, Neil O, Sullivan Chairman +45 others
  • 2013
" … I wish to guard the reader against supposing that reversion is due to some rare or accidental combination of circumstances. When a character, lost during hundreds of generations, suddenly reappears, no doubt some combination must occur; but reversions may constantly be observed, at least to the immediately preceding generations, in the offspring of most(More)
A method for the repeated long-term restraint of young turkey toms was developed. Fifteen mg xylazine/kg body weight was administered intramuscularly (IM) to each of 60 toms whose heads and bodies were then covered with surgical stockinette secured with adhesive tape during a total of 229 restraint events (RE). Toms then were restrained in dorsal recumbency(More)
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