Raymond F. Gorman

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  • R F Gorman
  • 1985
METHOD Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is a non-invasive method that has become one of the major tools for understanding human brain function and in recent years has also been developed for clinical applications. PERFORMANCE Changes in hemodynamic signals correspond to changes in neuronal activity with good spatial and temporal resolution in(More)
  • R F Gorman
  • 1993
OBJECTIVE To demonstrate the value of quantitative static perimetry, in research and practice of spinal manipulation therapy, by reference to the recovery of uniocular loss of vision. CLINICAL FEATURES A 44-yr-old housewife presented with nonspecific bilateral visual field loss. This visual disability disappeared immediate to pan-spinal manipulation under(More)
The past decade has witnessed numerous challenges to the axioms of the von Neumann-Morgenstern utility maximizing theory of individual behavior. Most of these challenges have come from the field of psychology and have been in the form of experiments on humans which demonstrate frequent violations of these axioms. This cross fertilization between economics(More)
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