Kathleen M Elliot

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Binocular cues have been shown previously to make an important contribution to the control of natural prehensile movements in adults [Visual Cognition 4 (1997) 113, Vision Research 32 (1992) 1513, Neuropsychologia 38 (2000) 1473]. The present study examined the role of binocular vision in the control of prehension in middle childhood. Fourteen children aged(More)
We investigated the association of the OPRM1 genotype with long-term smoking cessation and change in body mass index (BMI) following a smoking cessation attempt among smokers who attempted to quit using the nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) patch or placebo in a randomized controlled trial, and were followed-up over an 8-year period following their initial(More)
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