Sarah Gingell

  • Citations Per Year
Learn More
1. The contribution of Li+ reabsorption in the loop of Henle to lithium clearance (CLi) and the possible mechanism(s) involved were assessed in healthy volunteers. Four mechanisms were considered: (a) passive reabsorption in the thin ascending limb, (b) solvent drag in the thin descending limb, (c) the Na+, K+, 2Cl- transporter in the thick ascending limb(More)
Marr's proposal for the functioning of the neocortex (Marr, 1970) is the least known of his various theories for specific neural circuitries. He suggested that the neocortex learns by self-organization to extract the structure from the patterns of activity incident upon it. He proposed a feedforward neural network in which the connections to the output(More)
A number of reliable techniques have been described that can parcellate temporal neo-cortex from MRI images to preserve topographical characteristics of individual brains, but these tend to use in-house software. We describe here an adaptation of the methods previously described by Kim et al. [Kim, J.J., Crespo-Facorro, B., Andreasen, N.C., O'Leary, D.S.,(More)
A consensus on how to characterise the anterograde and retrograde memory processes that are lost or spared after hippocampal damage has not been reached. In this thesis, I critically re-examine the empirical literature and the assumptions behind current theories. I formulate a coherent view of what makes a task hippocampallydependent at acquisition and how(More)
  • 1