R. Rothschild

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The main focus of this review is to provide a holistic amalgamated overview of the most recent human in vivo techniques for implementing brain-computer interfaces (BCIs), bidirectional interfaces, and neuroprosthetics. Neuroengineering is providing new methods for tackling current difficulties; however neuroprosthetics have been studied for decades. Recent(More)
Using the tritiated ligand [3H]quinuclidinyl benzilate ([3H]QNB), a specific muscarinic cholinergic antagonist, the distribution of muscarinic receptors was determined in 75 specific brain regions and nuclei removed by microdissection as well as in large brain areas. [3H]QNB binding was highest in the caudate-putamen; other regions with high binding(More)
We present exactly simultaneous X-ray and TeV monitoring with RXTE and HEGRA of the TeV blazar Mrk 501 during 15 days in 1998 June. After an initial period of very low flux at both wavelengths, the source underwent a remarkable flare in the TeV and X-ray energy bands, lasting for about six days and with a larger amplitude at TeV energies than in the X-ray(More)
NGC 4945 is one of the brightest Seyfert galaxies on the sky at 100 keV, but is completely absorbed below 10 keV, implying an optical depth of the absorber to electron scattering of a few; its absorption column is probably the largest which still allows a direct view of the nucleus at hard X–ray energies. Our observations of it with the Rossi X–ray Timing(More)
Placebo response in patients assigned active drug is a troubling source of variance in antidepressant studies. This paper summarizes a series of studies utilizing pattern analysis to distinguish between placebo and true drug responses. Analysis of the persistence, speed, and timing of onset of patients' improvement during antidepressant therapy reveals(More)
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