Nathaniel Rice

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Previous research has shown rapid learning of multiple temporal relations between signals and food by pigeons when these relations are changed unpredictably each session (Kyonka & Grace, 2007). The goal of the present study was to test whether contextual temporal cues-that is, an alternative signal-food delay that was a valid predictor of a target(More)
One hundred women underwent uroflowmetry once per day for the first 3 days after delivery, and the results compared to those of 53 nonpregnant controls in an effort to determine 1) whether urinary flow in the puerperium is different to that found without pregnancy, 2) whether uroflow parameters change as the puerperium progresses, and 3) which(More)
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