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In Experiment 1, pigeons trained to discriminate rightside-up and upside-down orientations of slides of natural scenes with humans successfully transferred to new slides of the same kind. Experiment 2 revealed that both the orientations of the human figures and of the background scenes controlled the discrimination. When they were oppositely oriented, the(More)
Chorea minor is the most curious manifestation of rheumatic fever, first described by Sydenham in 1686. Subsequent evidence showed that chorea could be a late manifestation of rheumatic fever, often occurring several months after a streptococcal infection in contrast to other major manifestations. During the ten-year period between 1984 and 1993, 11(More)
Congenital myotonic dystrophy (CMyD) affects the brain, causing mental changes and psychomotor retardation. However, the pathophysiology of the brain dysfunctions in CMyD remain to be clarified. We described two cases of CMyD with brain abnormalities. Case 1 was diagnosed as having ventricular dilation at 17 days after birth, and died at 3 years and 6(More)
In a prospective study of 130 infants with neonatal convulsions, the frequency and type of epilepsy and the relationship between the presumptive etiology of neonatal convulsions and subsequent epilepsy were investigated in 82 survivors exclouding those dying and lost to follow-up. Of these 82 children, 15 (18.2%) were found to have epilepsy, which was of(More)
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