J C Mutter

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Seismic data from the ultrafast-spreading (150 to 162 millimeters per year) southern East Pacific Rise show that the rise axis is underlain by a thin (less than 200 meters thick) extrusive volcanic layer (seismic layer 2A) that thickens rapidly off axis. Also beneath the rise axis is a narrow (less than 1 kilometer wide) melt sill that is in some places(More)
A vast knowledge exists about saccadic reaction times (RT) and their bi- or multimodal distributions with very fast (express) and regular RT. Recently, there has been some evidence that the smooth pursuit system may show a similar RT behavior. Since moving targets usually evoke a combined pursuit/saccade response, we asked which processes influence the(More)
We studied the central and peripheral antitussive effect of ORL(1) receptor activation with nociceptin/orphanin FQ in conscious guinea-pigs. In guinea-pig cough studies, nociceptin/orphanin FQ (10, 30, and 90 microg) given directly into the CNS by an intracerebroventricular (i.c.v.) route inhibited cough elicited by capsaicin exposure by approximately 23,(More)
Determining the composition and physical properties of shallow-dipping, active normal faults (dips < 35 degrees with respect to the horizontal) is important for understanding how such faults slip under low resolved shear stress and accommodate significant extension of the crust and lithosphere. Seismic reflection images and earthquake source parameters show(More)
  • B Taylor, J Mutter, F Martinez, A Goodliffe, G Abers, C Mutter +5 others
  • 1997
The lateral variation from active continental rifting to seafloor spreading within a small region makes the western Woodlark Basin an attractive area to investigate the mechanics of lithospheric extension. Earthquake source parameters and seismic reflection data indicate that low-angle (~25 °) normal faulting is active in the region of incipient continental(More)
Seismic reflection data from the East Pacific Rise between 17 degrees 05' and 17 degrees 35'S image a magma lens that varies regularly in depth and width as ridge morphology changes, confirming the notion that axial morphology can be used to infer ridge magmatic state. However, at 17 degrees 26'S, where the ridge is locally shallow and broad, the magma lens(More)
  • Ross T, Fontao Mi, R Schneider, Sherr J, Walach H, Zuversicht In +12 others
  • 2007
(2007). Aggressive behavior in male offenders: Preliminary analyses of self-regulatory functions in a sample of criminals. (submitted manuscript). Can expert homoeopaths identify a homoeopathic remedy from proving symptoms? Results from a Proving Study. Schneider R (2007). The psychology of the placebo effect: Exploring meaning from a functional account.(More)