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The Archaeology of Southern Africa
1. Introduction 2. Frameworks 3. Origins 4. Modern humans, modern behaviour? 5. Living through the late Pleistocene 6. From the Pleistocene into the Holocene: social and ecological models of culturalExpand
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Using Virtual Environments for Teaching Social Understanding to 6 Adolescents with Autistic Spectrum Disorders
Six teenagers with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) experienced a Virtual Environment (VE) of a café. They also watched three sets of videos of real cafés and buses and judged where they would sitExpand
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Virtual environments for social skills training: comments from two adolescents with autistic spectrum disorder
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This paper adopts a qualitative case-study approach to report observations of, and comments from, two adolescent boys with ASDs, gathered during a series of sessions using a virtual cafe and bus environment. Expand
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Siblings in the development of executive control and a theory of mind
The purpose of the study was to determine whether the relationship between siblings and theory of mind might be mediated by executive abilities. The participants were 119 children from a lower incomeExpand
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Reevaluating stereo and motion cues for visualizing graphs in three dimensions
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We undertook a graph comprehension study using a very high resolution stereoscopic display. Expand
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The First Africans: African Archaeology from the Earliest Toolmakers to Most Recent Foragers
1. Introducing the African record 2. Frameworks in space and time 3. First tool users and makers 4. Early Pleistocene foragers 5. Mid-Pleistocene foragers 6. Transitions and origins 7. The Big Dry:Expand
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Applied virtual environments to support learning of social interaction skills in users with Asperger's Syndrome
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The use of game-like tasks can provide an incentive and can also be used to guide the user through progressive learning stages. Expand
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Modulation of human dendritic-cell function following transduction with viral vectors: implications for gene therapy.
Genetic modification of dendritic-cell (DC) function is an attractive approach to treat disease, either using mature DCs (mDCs) to immunize patients, or immature DCs (iDCs) to induce tolerance. ViralExpand
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Visualizing graphs in three dimensions
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We undertook a graph comprehension study using a very high resolution stereoscopic display using stereo and/or motion depth cues to support spatial perception. Expand
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