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Research has shown that moral judgments depend on the capacity to engage in mental state reasoning. In this article, we will first review behavioral and neural evidence for the role of mental states (e.g., people's beliefs, desires, intentions) in judgments of right and wrong. Second, we will consider cases where mental states appear at first to matter less(More)
Research has shown that moral judgments depend on the capacity to engage in mental state reasoning. In this article, we will first review behavioral and neural evidence for the role of mental states (e.g., people's beliefs, desires, intentions) in judgments of right and wrong. Second, we will consider cases where mental states appear at first to matter less(More)
The number of Hybridomes obtained from various sources rapidly increases at present. Clones producing monoclonal antibodies to influenza virus A/USSR/090/77 and to VEE-230 are generated in the laboratory of the Institute of Virology (Academy of Sciences of the USSR). The present work is devoted to the study of Hybridome karyotype by means of C-method for(More)
invited speaker: irene Tracey nuffield Professor anaesthetic science & director, oxford centre for fMri of Brain, nuffield department of clinical neurosciences, (head, nuffield division anaesthetics), oxford university, england, uK The ability to experience pain is old and shared across species. It confers an evolutionary advantage and provides a warning of(More)
Six hybrid clones producing monoclonal antibodies (MCA) to influenza A/FMI/47 virus and 9 hybrid clones producing MCA to influenza A/USSR/090/77 virus have been developed. The resulting MCA have been shown to be highly specific for influenza viruses of H1N1 serotype and differentiating H1N1 viruses from H0N1 and H3N2. In 3 out of 11 hybrid clones under(More)
How do people consider other minds during cooperation versus competition? Some accounts predict that theory of mind (ToM) is recruited more for cooperation versus competition or competition versus cooperation, whereas other accounts predict similar recruitment across these two contexts. The present fMRI study examined activity in brain regions for ToM(More)
How do people consider other minds during cooperation versus competition? Some accounts predict that theory of mind (ToM) is recruited more for cooperation versus competition or competition versus cooperation, whereas other accounts predict similar recruitment across these two contexts. The present fMRI study examined activity in brain regions for ToM(More)
To detect the hybrid cells forming as a result of fusion of the mouse myeloma cells with the immunic mouse splenocytes, a radioautographic method was used which involved the application of 3H-hypoxanthine as a labelled precursor of nucleic acids and of high-sensitive UK emulsion for accelerated preparations of autographs. The optimal conditions of(More)