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SUMMARY Assemble is an intuitive graphical interface to analyze, manipulate and build complex 3D RNA architectures. It provides several advanced and unique features within the framework of a semi-automated modeling process that can be performed by homology and ab initio with or without electron density maps. Those include the interactive editing of a(More)
Interpersonal offenses frequently mar relationships. Theorists have argued that the responses victims adopt toward their offenders have ramifications not only for their cognition, but also for their emotion, physiology, and health. This study examined the immediate emotional and physiological effects that occurred when participants (35 females, 36 males)(More)
A series of studies have reported that responding is faster when letter pairs to be matched are projected to two hemispheres rather than one. Four experiments described here tested this bilateral field advantage and identified factors that influence its extent. Subjects were shown letter pairs drawn from the ensemble "AaBb", and classified the letter pairs(More)
Twenty-five normal subjects made "same-different" responses to dot patterns presented in the LVF, RVF or bilaterally. Task difficulty was manipulated in each condition by varying the number of dots in the two patterns presented from two to four to six. The pairs of patterns always had the same number of dots on a given trial. Response latency and accuracy(More)
The persistence and stability of selective deficits in interhemispheric processing resulting from known callosal pathology have been monitored over periods ranging from ten to thirty five years. The present study included five patients: two with complete agenesis of the corpus callosum, one with partial dysgenesis, and two with a partial section of the(More)
Research has established that response latencies are generally shorter on visual matching tasks when one target is projected to each hemifield (bilateral presentation) than when both targets are projected to the same hemifield (unilateral presentation). This effect, called the bilateral field advantage (BFA), has recently shown promise as a predictor of(More)
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