S. F. Walker

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Peters (1992) suggested that the asymmetry between the lengths of the left and right recurrent laryngeal nerves had been completely overlooked as a possible factor in the lateralization of hemispheric function. He has since (personal communication, 1993) acknowledged that this was incorrect insofar as Walker (1987a, 1988) had previously made very similar(More)
  • S. F. Walker
  • The Journal of audiovisual media in medicine
  • 1993
In this article the author explains the basic theory and practical applications of the latest advancement in imaging technology called fractal imaging. Fractal imaging is a unique way of compressing and storing images which has unlocked the door to the restrictions imposed by conventional imaging technology as regards storage and transmission of high(More)
The present study investigated the relationship between academic motivation and executive function skills through teacher reports of prototypical students, perceived to lack motivation. Second, the study examined the effect of grade level (i.e., elementary, middle, high) on both teacher-perceived academic motivation and executive function skills for these(More)
SCHNELLE, J. F., S. F. WALKER AND H. M. B. HURWITZ. Concurrent performance in septally operated rats: one and two response extinction. PHYSIOL. B~HAV. 6 (6) 649-654, 1971.--In Experiment I, five male hooded rats underwent surgery for septal lesions and were tested in procedures in which two responses were concurrently reinforced. It was found that septally(More)
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