Jude J Delparte

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BACKGROUND The Walking Index for Spinal Cord Injury II (WISCI II) is a hierarchical scale that measures improvements in walking following spinal cord injury (SCI). The WISCI II has good face validity, concurrent validity, and reliability following acute SCI; however, psychometric properties need to be determined for chronic SCI. Because prior studies have(More)
Theta-burst magnetic fields (1 microT) designed to mimic electrical stimuli employed in vitro to affect long-term potentiation have been previously shown to impair the acquisition of conditioned fear. In the current study, the authors were interested in investigating whether similar magnetic fields could affect the consolidation of food-induced conditioned(More)
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