Kylie Birse

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Two callosotomized patients and 24 neurologically normal subjects performed simple binary discriminations between upright letters flashed in one or other visual field. Where discrimination of the letters F and R by name either showed a left-hemisphere advantage or no hemispheric effect, discrimination of whether the same letters were normal or backward(More)
UNLABELLED Our earlier studies with pig-tailed macaques demonstrated various simian-human immunodeficiency virus (SHIV) susceptibilities during the menstrual cycle, likely caused by cyclic variations in immune responses in the female genital tract. There is concern that high-dose, long-lasting, injectable progestin-based contraception could mimic the(More)
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