Paul W. Child

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How likely people are to think of themselves in terms of a given personal characteristic is predicted from the distinctiveness postulate that the person, when confronted by a complex stimulus (such as the self), selectively notices and encodes the stimulus in terms of what is most peculiar about it, since these peculiar characteristics are the most(More)
To determine the role of the ring structure in the differential absorption of sterols, we have used rat jejunal brush border vesicles and erythrocytes to examine the uptake of cholesterol, campesterol, and sitosterol following successive chemical degradations of rings A and B. The cell and membrane preparations were incubated with the sterols and sterol(More)
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