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Human strongyloidiasis: identifying knowledge gaps, with emphasis on environmental control
Abstract Strongyloides is a human parasitic nematode that is poorly understood outside a clinical context. This article identifies gaps within the literature, with particular emphasis on gaps thatExpand
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Aging and the depth of binocular rivalry suppression.
Two experiments were designed to examine the effect of aging on the strength of binocular rivalry suppression. To produce rivalry, orthogonally oriented sine-wave luminance gratings were presentedExpand
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The Role of Explicit and Implicit Standards in Visual Speed Discrimination
Five experiments were designed to investigate visual speed discrimination. Variations of the method of constant stimuli were used to obtain speed discrimination thresholds in experiments 1, 2, 4, andExpand
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The deep propagating gravity wave experiment (deepwave): an airborne and ground-based exploration of gravity wave propagation and effects from their sources throughout the lower and middle atmosphere
AbstractThe Deep Propagating Gravity Wave Experiment (DEEPWAVE) was designed to quantify gravity wave (GW) dynamics and effects from orographic and other sources to regions of dissipation at highExpand
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Rates of Neuropsychological Dysfunction in Fibromyalgia and Rheumatoid Arthritis
Background/Objective Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic pain syndrome of unknown etiology that can include subjective cognitive symptoms and variable evidence of cognitive dysfunction. Rates ofExpand
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SACRED PLUNDER AND THE SELEUCID NEAR EAST*
  • M. Taylor
  • History
  • Greece and Rome
  • 12 September 2014
The Seleucid Empire was the largest and most ethnically diverse of all the successor kingdoms formed after the death of Alexander the Great. The relationship between the Macedonian dynasty andExpand
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The impact of hiv-related neuropsychological dysfunction on driving behavior. the hnrc group
HIV infection often results in neuropsychological (NP) impairment. In order to assess the impact that HIV-related NP deficits may have on automobile driving, we evaluated 68 HIV-seropositive driversExpand
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The Visual Discrimination of Bending
The sensitivity of observers to nonrigid bending was evaluated in two experiments. In both experiments, observers were required to discriminate on any given trial which of two bending rods was moreExpand
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Aging and the depth of binocular rivalry suppression.
Two experiments were designed to examine the effect of aging on the strength of binocular rivalry suppression. To produce rivalry, orthogonally oriented sine-wave luminance gratings were presentedExpand
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Tactical Reform in the Late Roman Republic: The View from Italy
This article discusses the organizational and tactical changes in the Roman army during the Late Republic, a transformation often incorrectly dubbed the “Marian reforms.” It suggests that the mostExpand
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