Katrina E. Patterson

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Two studies investigated recognition of pictures of faces, focusing on the effects of changes in appearance of the face from presentation to test and type of processing or encoding. Experiment 1 demonstrated that (a) previously seen faces changed in pose and facial expression were discriminated from "new" faces essentially as well as pictures identical at(More)
This paper describes four syndromes of acquired dyslexia (that is, reading deficits in previously literate adults who have suffered neurological damage); deep dyslexia, surface dyslexia, phonological dyslexia and letter-by-letter reading. The format of the description inquires whether reading performance in each syndrome is (1) sensitive to dimensions of(More)
In January 2006, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) lowered the maximum contaminant level (MCL) for dissolved arsenic in groundwater from 0.050 mg/L to 0.010 mg/L due to long-term chronic health effects of low concentrations of arsenic in drinking water. This has heightened public and regulatory awareness of dissolved arsenic in(More)
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