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LEACHP is a modular package for calculating the one-dimensional vertical water and solute ̄ux in horizontally layered soils under transient conditions. Data from ®eld studies conducted in a sandy soil (Vredepeel, The Netherlands) and in a loamy soil (Weiherbach, Germany) were used by ®ve groups to simulate water ̄ow and bromide and pesticide transport(More)
Inhibitory processes are highly relevant to behavioral control affecting decisions made daily. The Go/NoGo task is a common task used to tap basic inhibitory processes important in higher order executive functioning. The present study assessed neural correlates of response inhibition during performance of a Go/NoGo task in which NoGo signals or tests of(More)
A validation study of the physical based pesticide leaching model WAVE is presented. The model considers a mechanistic description of 1-D water, solute and heat transport. Linear sorption isotherms and ®rst order degradation sub-models are used to simulate pesticide sorption and transformation. The ®rst order degradation rates are reduced when temperature(More)
The leaching of the herbicide isoproturon and the water tracer bromide in the pro®le of a silty loam soil at the Weiherbach Catchment area in Germany was simulated by eight different persons using the models MACRO, SIMULAT, LEACHP, WAVE, GLEAMS and PELMO (only bromide). Experimental results from different laboratory studies and from a ®eld study were(More)
Inhibitory control and sensitivity to reward are relevant to the food choices individuals make frequently. An imbalance of these systems can lead to deficits in decision-making that are relevant to food ingestion. This study evaluated the relationship between dietary behaviors - binge eating and consumption of sweetened beverages and snacks - and behavioral(More)
BACKGROUND This study used a dual-process model of cognition in order to investigate the possible influence of automatic and deliberative processes on lifetime alcohol use in a sample of drug offenders. OBJECTIVE The objective was to determine if automatic/implicit associations in memory can exert an influence over an individual's alcohol use and if(More)
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