Paola Daly

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Age differences were examined in 4 aspects of visual mental imagery, namely, image generation, maintenance, scanning, and rotation. The results suggested that one or more distinct processes are used to carry out each aspect of imagery, and that this is true for 5-year-olds, 8-year-olds, 14-year-olds, and adults. There was no evidence that younger children(More)
This study had three general points. First, it examined possible visual consequences of frontal lesions. A patient with focal damage to the subcortical regions of the left frontal lobe, and a small amount of damage near Broca's area, was predicted to have impaired brain function in posterior regions that are anatomically connected to the damaged site.(More)
OBJECTIVE Current disease activity measures for systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) are difficult to score or interpret and problematic for use in clinical practice. Lupus Foundation of America (LFA)-Rapid Evaluation of Activity in Lupus (REAL) is a pilot application composed of anchored visual analogue scores (0-100 mm each) for each organ affected by(More)
We describe a versatile NMR probe that is designed for a variety of in vivo spectroscopic studies on small animals in vertical wide-bore magnets. Replaceable brackets enable the coils to be exchanged readily in order to observe 1H, 13C, 31P, and other nuclei, and to carry out double-resonance experiments. Two solenoidal coil designs are described and(More)
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