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The most direct assessment of episodic memory is provided by Remember versus Know judgments of recalled or recognised items. We investigate whether Remember judgments reflect episodic memories as a re-experience of formerly experienced events (mental time travel). If they do, they must obey the direct experience constraint: only directly experienced events(More)
Measurements in stationary or mobile phases are fundamental principles in protein analysis. Although the immobilization of molecules on solid supports allows for the parallel analysis of interactions, properties like size or shape are usually inferred from the molecular mobility under the influence of external forces. However, as these principles are(More)
OBJECTIVE The study investigated whether long-stay patients would benefit from discharge into the community in Berlin, Germany. METHOD In a prospective controlled study, all long-term hospitalised psychiatric patients from a defined catchment area were assessed using established standardised instruments. Quality of life, treatment satisfaction, needs and(More)
Previous cross-sectional investigations have shown that subjective evaluation criteria (criteria that are used in psychiatric research for evaluating care based on patients' statements) do overlap and that there exists a single general factor underlying all these criteria. In this study, we tested longitudinally and in two different samples of schizophrenia(More)
We present the crystal structure and biochemical characterization of Escherichia coli YbiB, a member of the hitherto uncharacterized TrpD2 protein family. Our results demonstrate that the functional diversity of proteins with a common fold can be far greater than predictable by computational annotation. The TrpD2 proteins show high structural homology to(More)
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