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INTRODUCTION Hyperfamiliarity, a phenomenon in which feelings of familiarity are evoked by novel stimuli, is well described in epilepsy and the lesioned brain. Abnormality of familiarity in Alzheimer's disease (AD) and mild cognitive impairment (MCI) have also been described in the literature, but more from a neuropsychological approach perspective.(More)
There are individual and cultural differences in how memories of our emotions are cognitively represented. This article examines the cognitive representation of emotions in different cultures, as a result of emotional (in)consistency in different cultures. Using a continuous semantic priming task, we showed in two studies that individuals who were less(More)
144 strains each of penicillinase producing (PPNG) and non-penicillinase producing (NPPNG) Neisseria gonorrhoeae were tested for susceptibility to pefloxacin. All isolates but one (99.65%) were susceptible to 0.06 mg/l. No significant difference was detected between the minimum inhibitory concentrations (MICs) of PPNG and NPPNG strains. The MIC50 and MIC90(More)
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