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The nature of orthographic representations in the human brain is still subject of much debate. Recent reports have claimed that the visual word form area (VWFA) in left occipitotemporal cortex contains an orthographic lexicon based on neuronal representations highly selective for individual written real words (RWs). This theory predicts that learning novel(More)
More than 100,000 clinical caries trials were simulated utilizing the negative binomial distribution on a UNIVAC 1100 computer. In each trial, the raw data and logarithmic transformed data were analyzed using a standard t test analysis. The results were summarized as estimates of the power functions for each case. In almost all cases, the transformed data(More)
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