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Journal: :Journal of experimental psychology. General 2009
Edward Vul, Deborah Hanus, Nancy Kanwisher,

Theories of probabilistic cognition postulate that internal representations are made up of multiple simultaneously held hypotheses, each with its own probability of being correct (henceforth, "probability distributions"). However, subjects make discrete responses and report the phenomenal contents of their mind to be all-or-none states rather than graded probabilities. How can these 2 positions...

2010
Sachin Makani, Mitchell Chesler,

23 In many brain regions, synchronous neural activity causes a rapid rise in extracellular 24 pH. In the CA1 region of hippocampus, this population alkaline transient (PAT) enhances 25 responses from postsynaptic, pH-sensitive NMDA receptors. Recently, we demonstrated that 26 the plasma membrane Ca2+-ATPase (PMCA), a ubiquitous transporter that exchanges internal 27 Ca2+ for external H+, is lar...

2008
G. S. Agarwal, H. Walther,

The different behaviour of first order interferences and second order correlations are investigated for the case of two coherently excited atoms. For intensity measurements this problem is equivalent to Young’s double slit experiment and was investigated in an experiment by Eichmann et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 70, 2359 (1993)] and later analyzed in detail by Itano et al. [Phys. Rev. A 57, 4176 (19...

Journal: :The Ulster Medical Journal 1999
A. G. Kerr,

The tradition of the Annual Oration was introduced in the days when almost all clinical studies were carried out in this hospital, to welcome new clinical medical students. The world has changed since then and with it the curriculum, the academic calendar and, more than anything else, medical care. Although we may bemoan many of these changes, few of us would want to go back to medicine as it w...

Journal: :Current Biology 2008
James E. Ferrell,

Positive feedback loops and doublenegative feedback loops can generate bistability, allowing signaling networks to convert continuously graded inputs into discrete outputs [1–4]. One particularly well-studied bistable system consists of the mitotic regulator CDK1 with its inactivator Wee1 and its activator Cdc25 [5–7]. The system functions as a mitotic trigger, toggling between a stable interph...

Journal: :Psychological research 2002
Mike Tombu, Pierre Jolicoeur,

The goal of the present experiment was to test the predictions of Central Bottleneck and Central Capacity Sharing models. According to the Central Bottleneck model, dual task interference, as observed in the PRP paradigm, is caused by an all-or-none bottleneck in information processing. The Central Capacity Sharing model postulates that dual task interference is caused by a capacity limited pro...

2015
Aurore Goineau, Bénédicte d’Aillières, Laure de Decker, Stéphane Supiot,

Despite current advancements in the field, management of older prostate cancer patients still remains a big challenge for Geriatric Oncology. The International Society of Geriatric Oncology (ISGO) has recently updated its recommendations in this area, and these have been widely adopted, notably by the European Association of Urology. This article outlines the principles that should be observed ...

Journal: :Consciousness and cognition 2015
Bert Windey, Axel Cleeremans,

The issue whether consciousness is a graded or an all-or-none phenomenon has been and continues to be a debate. Both contradictory accounts are supported by solid evidence. Starting from a level of processing framework allowing for states of partial awareness, here we further elaborate our view that visual experience, as it is most often investigated in the literature, is both graded and all-or...

Journal: :Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior 2009
Douglas D Potter, Maggi Fenwick, Donna Abecasis, Renaud Brochard,

Previous research suggests that our past experience of rhythmic structure in music results in a tendency for Western listeners to subjectively accent equitonal isochronous sequences. We have shown in an earlier study that the occurrence of a slightly softer tone in the 8th to 11th position of such a sequence evokes a P300 event-related potential (ERP) response of different amplitudes depending ...

Journal: :Clinical chemistry 2000
J H Thijssen, S H Van Goozen, H Van Engeland, L M Matute, M A Blankenstein,

Prolactin in Human Saliva, Jos H.H. Thijssen, Stephanie H.M. Van Goozen, Herman Van Engeland, Luz M.P. Matute, and Marinus A. Blankenstein ( Endocrinological Laboratory, 2 Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and 3 Central Diagnostic Laboratory, University Medical Center Utrecht, KC03.063.0, PO Box 85090, 3508 AB Utrecht, The Netherlands; * author for correspondence: fax 31-30-250-537...

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