Shelia Drane

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Reafferent electroencephalography (EEG) potentials evoked by active or passive movement are largely dependent on muscle spindle input, which projects to postrolandic sensory areas as well as the precentral motor cortex. The origin of these proprioception-related evoked potentials has previously been studied by using N20-P20 source locations of the median(More)
In Lythrypnus dalli, the bluebanded goby, reproductive success is primarily determined by functional sex, and functional sex is determined largely by rank in the dominance hierarchy. In most natural social groups of L. dalli, one male is at the apex of the hierarchy, and 1 to 7 females are lower in rank. When a male exits the group, a female ascends to the(More)
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