Michael Haiduk

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Homologous segments identified by G-banding sequences of chromosomes of Peromyscus boylii, Neotoma micropus, Oryzomys capito, (Family Cricetidae) Rattus norvegicus, Melomys burtoni, and Apodemus sylvaticus (Family Muridae) were used to hypothesize a chromosomal condition for the cricetid ancestor. A critical assumption in proposing the primitive G-banding(More)
-Gand C-banded chromosomes of Holochilus brasiliensis, Nectomys quamipes, Neacomys guianae, Sigmodon hispidus, and 11 species of Oryzomys are compared and cladistically analyzed to document direction, type, and magnitude of chromosomal evolution in these species. Direction of chromosomal evolution was determined from the proposed primitive G-band sequences(More)
Olfactory Reference Disorder is a little explored and widely unknown phenomenon, even research has shown more interest in it during the last years. This review summarizes the existing literature and illustrates its findings with a case history. The databases PubMed, PsychNet, PsychPub, Hogrefe EContent and the Cochrane Library (CENTRAL) were searched for(More)
A large number of pedestrians and cyclists regularly ignore the traffic lights to cross the road illegally. In a recent analysis, illegal road crossing behavior has been shown to be enhanced in the presence of incongruent stimulus configurations. Pedestrians and cyclists are more likely to cross against a red light when exposed to an irrelevant conflicting(More)
Since illegal pedestrian behavior represents a major source of accidents, research investigating possible reasons and risk factors for crossing against the lights is pivotal for enhancing safety in traffic. The present approach regards behavior at signalized intersections as a result of multiple stimulus discrimination. Hence, it is expected that at(More)
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