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The will and the ways: development and validation of an individual-differences measure of hope.
Defining hope as a cognitive set that is composed of a reciprocally derived sense of successful (a) agency (goal-directed determination) and (b) pathways (planning of ways to meet goals), anExpand
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A land use and land cover classification system for use with remote sensor data
The framework of a national land use and land cover classification system is presented for use with remote sensor data. The classification system has been developed to meet the needs of Federal andExpand
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Human Associative Memory
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A neural interface provides long-term stable natural touch perception
Electrical stimulation, using patterned intensity, applied through cuff-type peripheral nerve interfaces provided stable touch perceptions in the fingers, thumb, and hand of two subjects with upperExpand
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The fan effect: New results and new theories.
The fan effect (J. R. Anderson, 1974) has been attributed to interference among competing associations to a concept. Recently, it has been suggested that such effects might be due to multiple mentalExpand
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Sleep, sleeping sites, and sleep‐related activities: Awakening to their significance
  • J. Anderson
  • Medicine, Biology
  • American journal of primatology
  • 1998
Since primates spend about half of their life at sleeping sites, knowledge of behavior in the vicinity of sleeping sites and analysis of factors influencing their use is important for understandingExpand
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Sleep-related behavioural adaptations in free-ranging anthropoid primates.
  • J. Anderson
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Sleep medicine reviews
  • 1 August 2000
Several aspects of behaviour relating to sleep in monkeys and apes are reviewed, including sleeping site selection, approach to and departure from sleeping sites, social behaviour at the sites, andExpand
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Contagious yawning in chimpanzees
Six adult female chimpanzees were shown video scenes of chimpanzees repeatedly yawning or of chimpanzees showing open–mouth facial expressions that were not yawns. Two out of the six females showedExpand
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Use of experimenter-given cues during object-choice tasks by capuchin monkeys
Three capuchin monkeys, Cebus apella, were tested on object-choice tasks in which the correct (i.e. baited) object was indicated by the experimenter during the response period on half of all trials.Expand
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The development of self-recognition: a review.
  • J. Anderson
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Developmental psychobiology
  • 1984
The development of self-recognition has been studied mainly by examining infants' responses to their reflections in mirrors. The definitive test is whether or not the infant is capable of using theExpand
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