A delayed response interval occurring when two stimuli are presented in close succession.
Brief closing of the eyelids by involuntary normal periodic closing, as a protective measure, or by voluntary action.
Focusing on certain aspects of current experience to the exclusion of others. It is the act of heeding or taking notice or concentrating.
Learning to make a series of responses in exact order.
Mental process to visually perceive a critical number of facts (the pattern), such as characters, shapes, displays, or designs.
The time from the onset of a stimulus until a response is observed.
Investigative technique commonly used during ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY in which a series of bright light flashes or visual patterns are used to elicit brain activity.
Signals for an action; that specific portion of a perceptual field or pattern of stimuli to which a subject has learned to respond.
The selecting and organizing of visual stimuli based on the individual's past experience.
The interference of one perceptual stimulus with another causing a decrease or lessening in perceptual effectiveness.
The science dealing with the correlation of the physical characteristics of a stimulus, e.g., frequency or intensity, with the response to the stimulus, in order to assess the psychologic factors involved in the relationship.
The act of "taking account" of an object or state of affairs. It does not imply assessment of, nor attention to the qualities or nature of the object.
The positioning and accommodation of eyes that allows the image to be brought into place on the FOVEA CENTRALIS of each eye.
Each of the upper and lower folds of SKIN which cover the EYE when closed.
Remembrance of information for a few seconds to hours.
The detailed examination of observable activity or behavior associated with the execution or completion of a required function or unit of work.
The coordination of a sensory or ideational (cognitive) process and a motor activity.
Mental processing of chromatic signals (COLOR VISION) from the eye by the VISUAL CORTEX where they are converted into symbolic representations. Color perception involves numerous neurons, and is influenced not only by the distribution of wavelengths from the viewed object, but also by its background color and brightness contrast at its boundary.
Temporary visual deficit or impaired visual processing occurring in a rapid serial visual presentation task. After a person identifies the first of two visual targets, the ability to detect the second target is impaired for the next few hundred milliseconds. This phenomenon is called attentional blink.
Works containing information articles on subjects in every field of knowledge, usually arranged in alphabetical order, or a similar work limited to a special field or subject. (From The ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
The inability to see or the loss or absence of perception of visual stimuli. This condition may be the result of EYE DISEASES; OPTIC NERVE DISEASES; OPTIC CHIASM diseases; or BRAIN DISEASES affecting the VISUAL PATHWAYS or OCCIPITAL LOBE.
Complex mental function having four distinct phases: (1) memorizing or learning, (2) retention, (3) recall, and (4) recognition. Clinically, it is usually subdivided into immediate, recent, and remote memory.
Disturbances in registering an impression, in the retention of an acquired impression, or in the recall of an impression. Memory impairments are associated with DEMENTIA; CRANIOCEREBRAL TRAUMA; ENCEPHALITIS; ALCOHOLISM (see also ALCOHOL AMNESTIC DISORDER); SCHIZOPHRENIA; and other conditions.
The altered state of immunologic responsiveness resulting from initial contact with antigen, which enables the individual to produce antibodies more rapidly and in greater quantity in response to secondary antigenic stimulus.
The functions and activities of living organisms that support life in single- or multi-cellular organisms from their origin through the progression of life.
Tests designed to assess neurological function associated with certain behaviors. They are used in diagnosing brain dysfunction or damage and central nervous system disorders or injury.
Remembrance of information from 3 or more years previously.
The rostral part of the frontal lobe, bounded by the inferior precentral fissure in humans, which receives projection fibers from the MEDIODORSAL NUCLEUS OF THE THALAMUS. The prefrontal cortex receives afferent fibers from numerous structures of the DIENCEPHALON; MESENCEPHALON; and LIMBIC SYSTEM as well as cortical afferents of visual, auditory, and somatic origin.
A republic in southern Africa east of ZAMBIA and MOZAMBIQUE. Its capital is Lilongwe. It was formerly called Nyasaland.
A greasy substance with a smoky odor and burned taste created by high temperature treatment of BEECH and other WOOD; COAL TAR; or resin of the CREOSOTE BUSH. It contains CRESOLS and POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS which are CARCINOGENS. It has been widely used as wood preservative and in PESTICIDES and had former use medicinally in DISINFECTANTS; LAXATIVES; and DERMATOLOGIC AGENTS.
Family of small, surface-dwelling fish that inhabit fresh and brackish waters, and coastal marine areas.
A system of government in which means of production and distribution of goods are controlled by the state.
An island in the Lesser Antilles in the West Indies. It is chiefly of coral formation with no good harbors and only small streams. It was probably discovered by the Portuguese in the sixteenth century. The name was given by 16th-century Spanish explorers from barbados, the plural for "bearded", with reference to the beard-like leaves or trails of moss on the trees that grew there in abundance. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p116 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p49)

Mental training affects distribution of limited brain resources. (1/71)

The information processing capacity of the human mind is limited, as is evidenced by the so-called "attentional-blink" deficit: When two targets (T1 and T2) embedded in a rapid stream of events are presented in close temporal proximity, the second target is often not seen. This deficit is believed to result from competition between the two targets for limited attentional resources. Here we show, using performance in an attentional-blink task and scalp-recorded brain potentials, that meditation, or mental training, affects the distribution of limited brain resources. Three months of intensive mental training resulted in a smaller attentional blink and reduced brain-resource allocation to the first target, as reflected by a smaller T1-elicited P3b, a brain-potential index of resource allocation. Furthermore, those individuals that showed the largest decrease in brain-resource allocation to T1 generally showed the greatest reduction in attentional-blink size. These observations provide novel support for the view that the ability to accurately identify T2 depends upon the efficient deployment of resources to T1. The results also demonstrate that mental training can result in increased control over the distribution of limited brain resources. Our study supports the idea that plasticity in brain and mental function exists throughout life and illustrates the usefulness of systematic mental training in the study of the human mind.  (+info)

Enhanced identification of smoking-related words during the attentional blink in smokers. (2/71)

The attentional blink (AB) occurs when ongoing processing of one target (T1) in a series of rapidly presented stimuli impairs processing of a subsequently presented second target (T2), such that T2 cannot be consciously perceived or reported. There is evidence that the AB can be influenced by the emotional or motivational salience of T2. We examined whether the AB could be attenuated by smoking-related stimuli in smokers. Heavy smokers (N=55) performed an AB task on two occasions, once following 12-h of abstinence and once following ad libitum smoking. T2s were either smoking-related or neutral (household-related) words, and lagged T1 by 0 to 7 distracter words. T1s were all neutral words. Each word was presented for 130 ms. Subjects were required to recall T1 and T2 immediately after each trial. There was a significant word type by lag interaction, whereby smoking-related T2s were recalled better than neutral T2s at early, but not late, lags. The word type effect at early lags was significantly associated with attentional bias assessed on the smoking Stroop task, but was not significantly moderated by abstinence. These data indicate that, in heavy smokers, smoking-related stimuli are more likely to engage conscious awareness than neutral words under conditions of limited attentional resources.  (+info)

Attentional blinks as errors in temporal binding. (3/71)

In the attentional blink [Raymond, J. E., Shapiro, K. L., & Arnell, K. M. (1992). Temporary suppression of visual processing in an RSVP task: An attentional blink? Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 18(3), 849-860.], the second of two targets in a Rapid Serial Visual Presentation (RSVP) stream is difficult to detect and identify when it is presented soon but not immediately after the first target. We varied the Stimulus Onset Asynchrony (SOA) of the items in the stream and the color of the targets (red from gray or vice versa), and looked at the responses to the second target. Exact responses to the second target (zero positional error) showed a typical attentional blink profile, with a drop in performance for an interval of 200-500 ms after the first target. Approximate responses (positional error no greater than 3 frames) showed no such drop in performance, although results were still dependent on color (better for red) and increased with increasing SOA. These findings are consistent with a two-stage model of visual working memory, where encoding of the first target disrupts attention to (and temporal binding of) the second target. We suggest that this disruption occurs within a certain time (approximately 0.5 s) after the first target, during which period salient distractors are as likely as the second target to enter working memory.  (+info)

The blinking spotlight of attention. (4/71)

Increasing evidence suggests that attention can concurrently select multiple locations; yet it is not clear whether this ability relies on continuous allocation of attention to the different targets (a "parallel" strategy) or whether attention switches rapidly between the targets (a periodic "sampling" strategy). Here, we propose a method to distinguish between these two alternatives. The human psychometric function for detection of a single target as a function of its duration can be used to predict the corresponding function for two or more attended targets. Importantly, the predicted curves differ, depending on whether a parallel or sampling strategy is assumed. For a challenging detection task, we found that human performance was best reflected by a sampling model, indicating that multiple items of interest were processed in series at a rate of approximately seven items per second. Surprisingly, the data suggested that attention operated in this periodic regime, even when it was focused on a single target. That is, attention might rely on an intrinsically periodic process.  (+info)

Noradrenergic neuromodulation of human attention for emotional and neutral stimuli. (5/71)

INTRODUCTION: Norepinephrine (NE) has a regulatory role in human attention. OBJECTIVE: To examine its role in emotional modulation of attention, we used an attentional blink (AB) paradigm, in the context of psychopharmacological manipulation, where targets were either emotional or neutral items. RESULTS AND DISCUSSION: We report behavioural evidence that beta-adrenergic blockade with propranolol impairs attention independent of target valence. Furthermore, this effect is centrally mediated as administration of the peripheral beta-adrenergic antagonist nadolol did not impair attention. By contrast, increasing NE tone, using the selective NE reuptake inhibitor reboxetine, improves detection of emotional stimuli. CONCLUSION: In line with theoretical and animal models, these findings provide human behavioural evidence that the adrenergic system has a modulatory influence on selective attention that in some instances depends on item valence.  (+info)

Temporal selection is suppressed, delayed, and diffused during the attentional blink. (6/71)

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Personal names do not always survive the attentional blink: Behavioral evidence for a flexible locus of selection. (7/71)

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No differential attentional blink in dyslexia after controlling for baseline sensitivity. (8/71)

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Attentional blink (AB) is a phenomenon that reflects the temporal costs in the allocating selective attention. The AB is typically measured by using rapid serial visual presentation (RSVP) tasks, where participants often fail to detect a second salient target occurring in succession if it is presented between 180-450 ms after the first one. Also, the AB has been observed using two backward-masked targets and auditory stimuli. The term attentional blink was first used in 1992, although the phenomenon was probably known before. The precise adaptive significance behind the attentional blink is unknown, but it is thought to be a product of a two-stage visual processing system attempting to allocate episodic context to targets. In this two-stage system, all stimuli are processed to some extent by an initial parallel stage, and only salient ones are selected for in-depth processing, in order to make optimum use of limited resources at a late serial stage. One curious aspect of attentional blink is ...
Various psychophysical techniques have been proven successful tools to render visual inputs subjectively invisible. For example, backward masking obstructs the awareness of a prior stimulus, and the masked stimulus remains invisible even with full attention at the correct spatiotemporal location. In contrast, observers would miss the presence of a strong stimulus if their attention were not directed to the stimulus. These two examples both demonstrate observers failure to detect a stimulus. However, it remains unknown whether the nature of unawareness between those techniques is the same. Here we developed a method for classifying different types of psychophysical blinding techniques such as in current study, backward masking and attentional blink (AB). In experiment 1, we impaired the visibility of a target luminance blob by presenting a mask immediately after. The observers detection accuracy deteriorated as a function of ISI between the target and the mask. In experiment 2, we used AB to ...
Weve discussed attentional blink several times on CogDaily. Its a fascinating phenomenon: if you see a series of images flashing by rapidly, you can normally pick out one of the images (for example, a banana in series of pictures of familiar objects). But if a second such image (another piece of fruit, like an apple) appears shortly after the first, youll probably miss it. The one exception in many cases is faces. This video illustrates the point:. Click here to play the movie. You probably spotted both the piece of fruit and the face in the second sequence, but you may have missed the watch in the first sequence.. The first sequence is a classic attentional blink: If the second image they are looking for flashes between 200 and 400 milliseconds after the first, people dont seem to notice it. Its as if theres a literal blink in our attention to the pictures. While faces have some immunity to attentional blink, that immunity can be overcome if both of the pictures being searched for are ...
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Disclosed is an application and system for controlling security in a data processing system. The security application is adapted to communicate with a client, with a first target application, with a second target application, with security provisions associated with the target applications, and with a manager. The security provisions of the first and second target applications are adjustable. The security application is also adapted to receive information from the manager and can adjust the security provisions associated with the first and second target applications based on the information received from the manager, thereby controlling the clients access to the first and second target applications. The security system includes a security server adapted to communicate with a client, a first and second target application, and a manager. The first and second target applications include adjustable security provision information, which the security system adjusts based on instructions received from the
The first target of antimicrobial peptides (AMPs) is the bacterial membrane. In the case of Gram-negative bacteria this is the outer membrane (OM), the lipid composition of which is extremely asymmetric: Whereas the inner leaflet is composed of a phospholipid mixture, the outer leaflet is made up solely from lipopolysaccharides (LPSs). LPS, therefore, represents the first target of AMPs. The binding and intercalation of polycationic AMPs is driven by the number and position of negatively charged groups of the LPS. Also, proteins other than cationic AMPs can interact with LPS, e.g. leading eventually to a neutralization of the endotoxic effects of LPS. We compared different biophysical techniques to gain insight into the properties of the electrical surface potentials of lipid monolayers and aggregates composed of LPSs and various phospholipids and their interaction with peptides and proteins. The net negative charge calculated from the chemical structure of the phospholipid and LPS molecules is linearly
The discovery of a malaria parasite protein that is associated with the severe childhood form of the disease could save the lives of many thousands of children in sub-Saharan Africa. Anja Jensen and colleagues, reporting in the Journal of Experimental Medicine, suggest that this protein could form the basis of a new vaccine against severe malaria.
Shapiro syndrome is an extremely rare disorder consisting of paroxysmal hypothermia (due to hypothalamic dysfunction of thermoregulation), hyperhydrosis (sweating), and agenesis of the corpus callosum with onset typically on adulthood. The disease affects about 50 people worldwide. The duration and frequency of the episodes vary from person to person, with some episodes lasting hours to weeks and occurring from hours to years. Very little is known about the disease due to the small number of people affected. Shapiro Syndrome, Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD), National Institutes of Health Shapiro syndrome Shenoy C. QJM. 2008 Jan;101(1):61-2. PMID 18203725 Shapiro syndrome with hypothalamic hypothyroidism Arkader R, Takeuchi CA. Arq Neuropsiquiatr. 2008 Jun;66(2B):418-9. PMID 18641886 Subtotal corpus callosum agenesis with recurrent hyperhidrosis-hypothermia (Shapiro syndrome) Tambasco N, Corea F, Bocola V. Neurology. 2005 Jul 12;65(1):124. PMID ...
MSS 1028 AV Raymond T. Grayson Papers Page 1 OHIO HISTORICAL SOCIETY Manuscripts/Audiovisual Collections MSS 1028 AV Raymond T. Grayson Papers Ca. 1930-1965 OVERVIEW OF THE COLLECTION Number: MSS 1028 AV Title: Raymond T. Grayson Papers Creator: Raymond T. Grayson Dates: Ca.1930-1965 Media: Papers, photographs Quantity: 5.25 cubic feet Location: Ohio Historical Center SCOPE AND CONTENTS OF THE COLLECTION The collection is comprised of records of the Ohio Deaf Motorists Association (ODMA) compiled by Raymond T. Grayson, who served as executive secretary of the organization. Records include, but are not limited to, a history of the organization; journals of organizational activities; the organizations constitution and by-laws; scattered issues of the ODMA bulletin; membership rosters for the years 1935-1959; and member ship surveys taken of nine Ohio districts in 1935 and 1936. There are also ODMA meeting minutes, secretarys reports, annual reports, yearly financial statements, correspondence to ...
The Raymond School District consists of approximately 700 students, grades P-12. There are two schools: Raymond Elementary (P-6) and Raymond Junior/Senior High (7-12). Additionally, we have the Willapa Harbor Alternative High School, the Columbia Virtual Academy and a parent/school partnership called HomeLink. The town of Raymond is situated on the beautiful Willapa River, approximately 1.25 hours south and west of Olympia, WA. The area is renowned for its beauty and serenity. Click here for a description of Raymond and here for an overview of the region.
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A range of techniques has been used to probe non-spatial or non-directional deficits. The attentional blink paradigm has revealed a profound and long-lasting deficit in the temporal dynamics of visual processing for stimuli presented at fixation in right-hemisphere neglect patients (Husain et al., 1997). When attention is engaged on one item, such patients have difficulty in attending to subsequent items for ,1 second, even when items are presented centrally, a finding reminiscent of non-spatial extinction in parietal patients (Humpreys et al. 1994). Bilateral deficits (i.e. on both sides of space) have also been reported in parietal patients, with reduced capacity to encode visual stimuli presented transiently in either visual field (Duncan et al., 1999; Batelli et al., 2001). Several groups have also reported impaired ability to sustain attention or maintain vigilance over protracted periods of time in patients with neglect, even for central auditory stimuli (see Robertson, 2001). Others have ...
The Montreal Chest Institute Foundation extends a heartfelt thank you to the incredible team at Raymond James, a diversified financial services firm, which over the past five years, has raised $130,000 for the Montreal Chest Institute (MCI) of the McGill University Health Centre (MUHC). Funds from the annual Raymond James Charity Softball Game have purchased cutting-edge equipment, launched vital new clinics and funded ground-breaking research which are helping MCI patients live longer, better lives.. We cant thank Raymond James enough for investing in the health and well-being of Quebecers. Their gift ensures the MCI maintains its status as a leader in respiratory care, says Dr. Kevin Schwartzman, Director of the Respiratory Division at the MCI of the MUHC. Health care is constantly advancing. It is essential the MCI keep pace so Quebecers with acute respiratory ailments continue to receive the best care available. We consider donors like Raymond James our partners in care. Because, quite ...
Dr. Paul Shapiro was fortunate to receive perhaps the most intensive and advanced hair transplantation training in the world under the guidance of his world renowned brother and mentor Ron Shapiro, MD.. Very few hair transplant physicians have had the opportunity to train full time over a period of years in a world renowned clinic using only the most advanced and refined techniques. Dr. Paul Shapiro began his training at the Shapiro Medical Group in early 2003 after specialized in family practice and pain management medicine for several years. Like his brother Ron, Paul developed a passion for designing and creating very natural hair transplants that are undectable even upon close examination.. Dr. Paul Shapiros perfectionism and commitment to performing work as refined and natural as his brother Ron has earned him the trust and respect of the entire staff. His brother Ron has expressed his belief that Paul has a natural talent for hair transplantation and has worked hard over the past few ...
Jeffrey H. Shapiro, who has studied optical and quantum communications at the Research Laboratory of Electronics for some 30 years and has been on the MIT faculty since 1973, will become the labs new director effective February 1.. The appointment was announced by Professor J. David Litster, MITs vice president and dean for research. After interviewing some 50 RLE faculty and staff about possible candidates for the position, he found that over 90 percent thought Jeffrey Shapiro was the best person, and most of the others had no opinion.. Professor Shapiro succeeds Jonathan Allen, who died April 24 of complications from a lengthy illness. Professor Allen had been RLE director since 1981; he guided the laboratory through numerous changes and in many new research directions.. Replacing Jon Allen will be a challenge, but I am sure that Jeffrey Shapiro is up to it, Professor Litster said.. RLE has been a wonderful research home for many exciting developments over the years, and it is poised ...
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Kingsville resident Kim Shapiro, left, and Carole Ziegler, of Parkville, organize the Cromwell Valley Park Easter egg hunt. They will hide 1,300 eggs, and Shapiro will be dressed as the Easter Bunny for the fifth year. Shapiro is wearing an Easter bonnet craft that children will be making at the...
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A multi-density polymeric interbody spacer formed from biocompatible material for osteoconductivity includes multiple density regions of different porosity to provide both strength and osteoconductivity. An interface region is formed between the density regions to provide both direct adhesion and mechanical interlocking between the different density regions to increase the strength of the multi-density polymeric interbody spacer. A method for forming the multi-density polymeric interbody spacer includes curing a first density region to achieve a first target porosity. A second density region may then be molded to the first density region to achieve a second target porosity. A portion of the second density region partially flows into pores of the first density region, providing direct adhesion and mechanical interlocking between the first and second density regions.
TY - JOUR. T1 - The effect of temporal asynchrony on the multisensory integration of letters and speech sounds. AU - van Atteveldt, N.M.. AU - Formisano, E.. AU - Blomert, L.P.M.. AU - Goebel, R.W.. PY - 2007/1/1. Y1 - 2007/1/1. N2 - Temporal proximity is a critical determinant for cross-modal integration by multisensory neurons. Information content may serve as an additional binding factor for more complex or less natural multisensory information. Letters and speech sounds, which form the basis of literacy acquisition, are not naturally related but associated through explicit learning. We investigated the relative importance of temporal proximity and information content on the integration of letters and speech sounds by manipulating both factors within the same functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) design. The results reveal significant interactions between temporal proximity and content congruency in anterior and posterior auditory association cortex, indicating that temporal synchrony ...
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This action proposes to carry out research in open ended contact probe (OECP) technique to lay out foundation work for development of two new applications: an automated surgical margin detection device for breast cancer treatment and an automated microwave biopsy probe for breast cancer diagnosis. While the envisioned applications require a single and highly accurate measurement, OECP technique suffers from high error and low repeatability dielectric property measurements. The error mostly stems from the current mathematical approach utilized for the dielectric property retrieval which may converge to local minimum and can magnify the measurement set-up based errors. This research will first target the existing error by proposing robust mathematical retrieval approaches. Next, application based modifications will be investigated with new probe structures. Finally, further error minimization will be achieved by introducing classification algorithms. Developed techniques will be validated with ...
Approximately 1,000 tickets have been sold for the womens tennis exhibition featuring Martina Navratilova and Lindsay Davenport April 10 at Eden Prairie High School. Matches, which also will include Minnetonkas David Wheaton, will be played inside the 3,000-seat Eden Prairie gym on a court that will be brought in. Ticket prices range from $30 to $40. For details, go to tennisfestivalofthenorth.com.. Happy birthday: Twins pitcher Glen Perkins from Stillwater turns 27 today.. Edina-born first baseman Ike Davis, 22, son of ex-Twins reliever Ron Davis, is a top prospect in the New York Mets minor league system.. Target Field grounds crew workers have removed snow on the dirt portion of the Twins ballpark, and snow on the infield grass should be removed within days. The first Target Field baseball game, between the Gophers and Louisiana Tech, is just 25 days away.. Plans are for Minnesota Lynx star Seimone Augustus to play in the YWCA womens league at 9:40 tonight at the Minneapolis Midtown ...
Background Hypertension is a growing concern, not only in South Africa, but worldwide. Sodium (salt) intake has been proven to have a major effect on the development of cardiovascular diseases and hypertension. It will therefore be beneficial to decrease the amount of sodium added to certain foodstuffs to relieve the burden of disease in the country and ultimately sustain a reduced consumption of sodium in the diet. Aim The aim of the study is to investigate if the food industries are making changes to the sodium content of foodstuffs over a 14-month period as listed in the Regulations (identified in R214:20 March 2013), before the first target date of June 2016. Study design This study is a descriptive, observational study. Methods Data collection took place at two well-known retailers over a 14-month period (March 2014 and May 2015). Photographs of foodstuffs were taken and data was statistically analysed regarding minimum to maximum ranges, mean and standard deviation of sodium per 100g as ...
The Ocean Conference taking place this June at UN headquarters is a unique opportunity to promote and accelerate action, partnerships, commitment and progress on Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 14, Life below water. The outcome will be a concise, focused, intergovernmentally agreed declaration in the form of a Call for Action to support the implementation of Goal 14. The SDGs and the ocean Goal 14 is part of the 2030 Agenda, adopted by world leaders in September 2015. It calls on us to conserve and sustainably use the oceans, seas and marine resources for sustainable development. The SDGs set the global agenda for development through 2030 towards a vision of peace, prosperity and planetary health. And they include clear targets, against which we can measure progress. The first target for SDG 14 is to
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Façade design is one example where performance, technology, and code changes come together to positively impact the environment; and our first targets in this endeavor should be existing building stock, where a vast majority of our energy consumption originates.
Researchers have identified a specialized area of neurons in the spinal cord that coordinate ejaculation, raising the possibility that electrical or pharmacologic interventions to stimulate this area could be used to help the process occur. The French scientists pioneering the research are working with spinal cord injury patients, who, they say, would be the first target population for any interventional approaches. LINK
Why soulburn soul swap instead of saving the shard for a haunt? Dots go on faster in one GCD, but is about 3.5 more seconds not worth another haunt? Its 25% more damage. Im working with 3 targets also, not one. I get 21 ticks off of UA and 27 off of corruption with pandemic. Even with pandemic, if I apply each dot twice in a row on my targets, by the time I get around to my first target out of three again, my dots are falling off almost just as fast as if I wouldnt have applied them twice. I might as well just apply them once and save the GCDs for MG filler. I tested this on the dummies. My haste is ridiculously low with the new gear and level 90 scaling. I was doing more DPS when I was 85 for sure, between 28 and 34k. It dropped because of the scaling. Im at 8.65% haste. I was at double that much at 85 with my old gear ...
It is pretty normal that graphics applications use GPU power for their image processing needs. The graphics cards where primarily designed to better support that kind of processing and offload computational power requirements from the main processor the CPU. GPU computing came not over night. It was first introduced for boosting 2D applications. Simple desktop operations like moving a regions like a window or scaling and help in fast video decoding where first targets. Somewhat later came support for 3D operations. The later is now widely used through OpenGL APIs. The capabilities of the graphic cards increased and OpenGL was extended to support specialised programming on the GPU. The fragment and vertex shaders appeared. Programming of them is in a assembler language. So do not expect much convenience reading, while looking at the assembler code. However, for hard coded graphic operations it plays quite nicely. Compiz, for instance, uses this language for its desktop effects. Long times the ...
Processes and new genetic materials are provided for cloning specific DNA fragments by using a unique conjugative transposon designated Tn916. The transposon is used to first target specific genes by insertional inactivation. A restriction fragment containing the inserted transposon is then inserted into a plasmid vector and transformed into Escherichia coli or other suitable host by selection for the transposon encoded tetracycline (Tc) resistance. The transformants so produced are then grown in the absence of tetracycline conditions under which Tn916 excises from the chimeric plasmid thus restoring the integrity of the DNA into which the transposon was originally inserted. This process provides a new and useful way of producing new life forms that are useful for making desired products having established utility.
BACKGROUND: Indoor air pollution (IAP) constitutes a major global public health problem requiring increasing efforts in research and policymaking that may have special significance for elderly that are likely to spend most of their day indoors and appear to be particularly susceptible to adverse effects of chemical pollutants and bio-contaminants. Yet, evidence existing on the effects of IAP in elderly is scanty. The Geriatric study in Europe on health effects of air quality in nursing homes (GERIE) study aimed to assess health effects of major indoor air pollutants and thermal conditions in elderly (, 70 years) living stably in nursing homes (NH) across Europe. Respiratory effects were particularly considered as airways and lung constitute the first target of air pollutants.. OBJECTIVES: We describe here the rationale and the methods of the GERIE Study.. METHODS: 8 nursing homes were randomly selected in 7 European countries. Twenty individuals were randomly selected in each nursing home. Major ...
Im sick and tired of being... sick and tired. Ive made some good progress. Im about 6 pounds away from my first target weight goal of 380. I topped out around 415 to 420 pounds. I lost track after I got past 400, because my scale screams ERROR past 400. (My doctors scale goes to 600 ...
Obesity represents a first target of cannabinoid modulators. But the sheer size of the market for a diet drug-an estimated 65 percent of Americans are overweight or obese-combined with the safety problems of previous weight-loss remedies, has some experts concerned.. Some go so far as to question whether drugs are the right approach to weight loss at all. While taking a pill to lose those extra pounds may appeal to many people struggling with their weight (a fact not lost on pharmaceutical companies eager to tap this vast market), finding a magic bullet that safely and effectively quells appetite or melts away fat is unlikely.. So far, all attempts to do so have failed, and high hopes born from basic science findings have been dashed time and again. In the mid 1990s, for instance, many people thought the diet miracle was imminent based on the discovery of the gene for leptin, a signaling factor in fat tissue that seemed to be critical for healthy weight maintenance.. Mice genetically ...
So, the first target is just to push this guy in. And then he can just put it in. No need to rotate too much on the anterior cataract. I go pass - or do I go vitrectomy? What I find is my personal preference is through this point. It makes things easier because I do not have one more incision here. I go with one incision. We are at the linear 3,000 cut rate. So, my cut rate varies between 1,000 to 3,000. So, this is a linear cut, which makes my life easier. I have total control to go between 1,000 to 3,000. What I am trying to go here, just - this is an important step. Im going behind this anterior capsule. Trying to go. Press the - there. And the probe goes there. And that way the eyeball moves a little bit. The lens moves a little bit. And then I start the capsular rhexis. You can see that opening there ...
mutant CRC, combined cetuximab and anti-CD137 mAb administration was synergistic and led to complete tumor resolution and prolonged survival, which was dependent on the presence of NK cells. In patients receiving cetuximab, the level of CD137 on circulating and intratumoral NK cells was dependent on postcetuximab time and host FcyRIIIa polymorphism. Interestingly, the increase in CD137-expressing NK cells directly correlated to an increase in EGFR-specific CD8+ T cells. These results support development of a sequential antibody approach against EGFR-expressing malignancies that first targets the tumor and then the host immune system.. ...
Researchers from the Warwick Medical School discovered the span of problems that can affect the way nitric oxide functions in the placenta when suffering from pre-eclampsia.. They found out that in instances when a pregnancy is compromised, the placenta releases a hormone called corticotropin, which directs the bodys ability to produce nitric oxide.That way, even if the enzyme is prevented from producing NO molecules, the placenta has the ability to produce enough nitric oxide.. In line with their discovery, the researchers had hoped to study medical interventions that provide a solution in allowing nitric oxide to function normally for general health conditions. They hope that the malfunctioning protein receptors that prevent the enzyme that releases the gaseous NO molecules, be the first target of future researchers.. ...
The diagnosis of 90% of people with HIV is the first target of United Nations UNAIDS 90:90:90 visions for 2020, to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030. Antenatal HIV testing is..
One thing he left alone for years was my feet. I had been told many times as part of the standard warnings about diabetes that neuropathy was in my future, and that its first target would be my feet. Fortunately, that wasnt the case for a long time. I figured that as long as I did a lot of walking and tightly controlled my blood sugar, I could stave off any ill effects on my feet indefinitely.. But not lately. Over the past year, a combination of numbness and pain has settled in my feet. Especially distressing is the permanent soreness that seems to have colonized my right heel. Its as though the muscle there has been deeply bruised. The fact that I have no choice but to walk on it means that it never really has chance to heal. It forces me to clomp around very gingerly when I rise in the morning until everything gets warmed up. Then it becomes a minor background irritant. But when Im at rest, not distracted by other things, it can throb like the pedal version of a migraine.. This is a big ...
HIV is an acronym which stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus.. The seat of attack of this virus is the human immune system. The white blood corpuscles which are the main agents of protection for humans against diseases are the first target. The weakening of the immune system is abrupt, its gradual. It takes much time before the complete immune system breaks down.. There is a general misconception about HIV and AIDS. In most of the cases, people use these terms interchangeably, but they are different from each other. HIV leads to AIDS.. AIDS is an acronym which stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. If an HIV infection is left untreated for long, most likely it leads to a state of lack of immunity against infectious diseases. The result is a gradual weakening of general health, suffering, and death. The emerging trend is that its believed now that HIV may be a very strong reason for CANCER.. The main cause for HIV leading to AIDS is lack of proper ascertaining system. Sometimes ...
Its a while since my last blog but a lot has been happening. Hip replacement all went to plan at the Horder Centre and after 12 weeks I am now swimming, cycling and have just started very light running-no more than a mile. My first target is the SE Masters in January. Breastroke is slowly getting […]. Continue reading about Back in Business. ...
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HIV is an acronym which stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus.. The seat of attack of this virus is the human immune system. The white blood corpuscles which are the main agents of protection for humans against diseases are the first target. The weakening of the immune system is abrupt, its gradual. It takes much time before the complete immune system breaks down.. There is a general misconception about HIV and AIDS. In most of the cases, people use these terms interchangeably, but they are different from each other. HIV leads to AIDS.. AIDS is an acronym which stands for Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. If an HIV infection is left untreated for long, most likely it leads to a state of lack of immunity against infectious diseases. The result is a gradual weakening of general health, suffering, and death. The emerging trend is that its believed now that HIV may be a very strong reason for CANCER.. The main cause for HIV leading to AIDS is lack of proper ascertaining system. Sometimes ...
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Systems and methods for generating X-rays and neutrons using a single linear accelerator are disclosed. Such system and methods may interrogate an object at times with X-rays and at other times with neutrons, e.g., after suspicious material is detected based on the X-rays. A system may include a single linear accelerator for generating first and second electron beams; first and second targets; a magnet configured to control irradiation of the first and second targets by the first and second electron beams; and a controller that (a) causes the linear accelerator to generate the first electron beam and causes the magnet to direct the beam to first target to generate X-rays; and (b) causes the linear accelerator to generate the second electron beam and causes the magnet to direct the beam to the second target to generate neutrons.
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0102] This may be understood by referring to FIG. 3 which illustrates in block diagram form the general functional elements of the microprocessor which includes the invention. When the morph host executes a target program, it actually runs the translator portion of the code morphing software which includes the only original untranslated host instructions which effectively run on the morph host. To the right in the figure is illustrated memory divided into a host portion including essentially the translator and the translation buffer and a target portion including the target instructions and data, including the target operating system. The morph host hardware begins executing the translator by fetching host instructions from memory and placing those instructions in an instruction cache. The translator instructions generate a fetch of the first target instructions stored in the target portion of memory. Carrying out a target fetch causes the integer unit to look to the official target instruction ...
the kids in my family grew up in the shadow of Mönchberg as well. I cannot remember a time when I did not know that the first targets of the Nazis gas chambers were people with disabilities. I cannot remember a time when I did not know that my brother Jim would probably not have been allowed to live if he had been born just ten years earlier, in the same hospital in Frankfurt, Germany, where I was later born - a former German military hospital in which my mother noticed, the first time she was there, swastikas carved in the borders along the top of the walls. I grew up with a visceral awareness of the potential within humanity to decide that it is legitimate to kill certain categories of people because of the costs that their life imposes on society. I grew up loving a brother who I knew was in one of the categories of humans that the Nazis had determined possessed a lebens-unwertes Leben - a lifeunworthy of life - a life whose cost to society exceeded its worth.. But that was years ago and ...
the kids in my family grew up in the shadow of Mönchberg as well. I cannot remember a time when I did not know that the first targets of the Nazis gas chambers were people with disabilities. I cannot remember a time when I did not know that my brother Jim would probably not have been allowed to live if he had been born just ten years earlier, in the same hospital in Frankfurt, Germany, where I was later born - a former German military hospital in which my mother noticed, the first time she was there, swastikas carved in the borders along the top of the walls. I grew up with a visceral awareness of the potential within humanity to decide that it is legitimate to kill certain categories of people because of the costs that their life imposes on society. I grew up loving a brother who I knew was in one of the categories of humans that the Nazis had determined possessed a lebens-unwertes Leben - a lifeunworthy of life - a life whose cost to society exceeded its worth.. But that was years ago and ...
Finns work with Professor Sharpless dates back long before Sharpless loaned him laboratory space when Finn first arrived from Virginia. Finn received his Ph.D. degree from Sharplesss group in the mid-1980s, and he and Sharpless had stayed in touch since. When Finn arrived at TSRI in the late 1990s, their longstanding collaboration was reborn. Sharpless was working on a new idea called click chemistry. Click chemistry, a modular protocol for organic synthesis that Sharpless developed, is a powerful and original approach to drug design. In its in situ variant, the target itself is recruited to play a decisive role in the synthesis of its own inhibitor in the last step. The first target molecule that Sharpless and his colleagues worked on was acetylcholinesterase, a brain enzyme that breaks down acetylcholine, the neurotransmitter that propagates nerve signals. Inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase are used to treat the dementia associated with Alzheimers disease, increasing the amount of ...
Single Molecule Detection Using Molecular Motors - The present invention provides methods and compositions for highly sensitive nucleic acid detection, down to the single nucleic acid molecule level. In one aspect, the present invention provides methods for detecting a target nucleic acid comprising: (a) providing first and second target-specific nucleic acids, wherein the first and second target-specific nucleic acids each comprise sequences complementary to the target nucleic acid; wherein the first target specific nucleic acid is bound to a first affinity tag and the second target-specific nucleic acid is bound to a second affinity tag, wherein the first affinity tag is capable of binding to a molecular motor, and wherein the second affinity tag is capable of binding to a detection probe; (b) contacting the first and second target-specific nucleic acids to a sample under conditions whereby the first and second target-specific nucleic acids will hybridize to the target nucleic acid if the ...
An expert in tropical diseases will lead an elite team of researchers in establishing a unique center in Houston to study and develop vaccines for these afflictions, which affect millions of poor people worldwide. First target: hookwormKline has known Hotez for more than 20 years through their shared interest in international health. Dr. Paul Klotman, Baylors president and chief executive officer, called Hotez an iconic figure in neglected tropical diseases and vaccine development. [...] deaths can go unrecognized, Hotez said. Because so few doctors are trained to think about tropical diseases, most physicians or health care providers would erroneously conclude, Oh, that guy must have had a heart attack, he said. Ancient scourgesOther examples are a parasitic brain infection known as cysticercosis, which Hotez described as the leading cause of epilepsy among Hispanic Americans, and toxocariasis, a parasitic infection causing developmental diseases that is endemic in Texas.
One way to assess an area or organ for the presence of, or status of, a disease is the old-fashioned way - via palpitation to see how it feels, i.e., how stiff or elastic the area is. To go beyond the boundaries of physical touch in a noninvasive manner, ultrasound elastography has been gaining clinical popularity. Ultrasound elastography can be used to noninvasively determine the degree of fibrosis in a specific area or organ by applying stress and detecting the amount of tissue displacement using ultrasound imaging. Most commonly, this has been used to assess characteristics of lesions in the breast, thyroid and liver. Effective January 1st, 2019 three CPT® codes were introduced for reporting ultrasound elastography: 76981 Ultrasound, elastography; parenchyma (e.g., organ). 76982 Ultrasound, elastography; first target lesion. +76983 Ultrasound, elastography; each additional target lesion (List separately in addition to code for primary procedure). When comes to reporting these codes, there ...
Children ages 5 and under who suffer from acute malnutrition will have physiological and mental detriments that will impact them their entire lives. This limits their opportunity, as well as the opportunity for future generations. Can you see how this has a domino-effect?. What physical effects does acute malnutrition have on children? When the body isnt getting the proper nourishment, it adapts by slowing down the processes needed for proper organ function, as well as tissue and cell maintenance and reducing physical activity. Their bodies actually begin to EAT at its own tissues in search of the nutrients and energy needed to survive. The first targets? Muscle and body fat. Metablolism slows, the immune system is weakened, kidney function is impaired, and thermal regulation is disrupted.. Moderate acute malnutrition is characterized by crucial deficiencies in vitamins and minerals. Conditions such as anemia (from a lack of iron), goiter (from a lack of iodine), and xerophthalmia (from a lack ...
Syria is in grave danger of attack and destruction by the United States, and Iran isnt, simply because the neocons take their marching orders from Israel, and the Likudniks want regime change in Syria, and the ultimate destruction of that country. The secular Syrian government, with its strong ties to pan-Arab nationalism, is the biggest nightmare for the Likudniks, and it is no accident that the two first targets, Iraq and Syria, were both secular governments which fought internal religious strife from Islamists by appealing to Arab identity. The sudden withdrawal of American troops from Iraq, after a suitable time to prepare the country for civil war, including the use of agents provocateurs, was the plan all along, in order to lead to the civil war which will break up Iraq into warring factions, and eventually create the Shiite empire led by Iran which is intended to be the new de facto Israeli ally. The similar plan for Syria is to break off the Kurdish east and give it to the new Israeli ...
Barre, Raymond. (1968) Allocution prononcee par M. Raymond Barre, Vice-President de la Commission des Communautes europeennes, a loccasion du Congres du Centre europeen de lentreprise publique. Paris, 26 avril 1968=Speech by Mr. Raymond Barre, Vice-President of the Commission, to the congress of the European Center for Public Enterprise. Paris, 26 April 1968. [EU Speech]. Barre, Raymond. (1968) Allocution prononcee par M. Raymond Barre, Vice-President de la Commission des communautes europeennes, a loccasion dun dejeuner organise par l American and Common Market Club. Bruxelles, 10 decembre 1968 = Speech by Mr. Raymond Barre, Vice-President of the Commission, at a lunch organized by the American and Common Market Club. Brussels, 10 December 1968. [EU Speech]. Biggio, M. (1968) Calculating the Critical Velocities of a Chopper. EUR 3883. [EU Other]. Bodson, Victor. (1968) Common transport policy. Summary of the address by Mr. Bodson, Member of the Commission, to the annual meeting of the ...
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Emotion, Attention and Perception. So, imagine that the guy with the gun is back again. Now the revolver is so close to your face that you can see the bullets loaded into the individual chambers. But its dark and youre emotional so how can you see that? Phelps (2006) explains that there is some evidence that fear can actually enhance perception. One study carried out by Phelps herself found an increased sensitivity to contrast when subjects were primed with fearful faces (Phelps, Ling & Carrasco, 2006). It seems, then, that emotional situations can send your visual cortex into overdrive.. In the same way, there is also evidence that emotional situations can enhance your attention. Some research has suggested that normal cognitive processes like the attentional blink can be reduced when emotions are running high. Again, patients with certain types of damage to their amygdala do not show this enhancement, lending further weight to the amygdalas claim to emotional fame.. Emotions and Social ...
The medical examiner spoke with the older Kittredge about his sons death and about the earlier hospital visit, Nolan said, and that conversation was recorded and shared with police. Shapiro asked the older Kittredge why he didnt try to get help for his son once he saw the sores werent getting better after he was discharged from the hospital. The older Kittredge told Shapiro the sores had been getting better until the last couple of days of his sons life. Shapiro told police he had seen what the sores looked like during the first hospital visit compared to what they looked like when the younger Kittredge died and they had become significantly worse. The older Kittredge told Shapiro he probably should have called a wound-care nurse, but he felt it was his responsibility to care for his child. He told Shapiro he thought he was doing his best for his son, but I guess I wasnt. ...
RFC 6411 RSVP Keying Applicability October 2011 2. The RSVP Hop-by-Hop Trust Model Many protocol security mechanisms used in networks require and use per-peer authentication. Each hop authenticates messages from its neighbor with a shared key or certificate. This is also the model used for RSVP. Trust in this model is transitive. Each RSVP node trusts explicitly only its RSVP next-hop peers, through the message digest contained in the INTEGRITY object. The next-hop RSVP speaker in turn trusts its own peers and so on. See also RSVP Security Properties [RFC4230] for more background. The keys used for protecting RSVP messages can, in particular, be group keys (for example, distributed via the Group Domain of Interpretation (GDOI) [RFC6407], as discussed in [GDOI-MAC]). If a group key is used, the authentication granularity becomes group membership of devices, not (individual) peer authentication between devices. The trust an RSVP node has to another RSVP node within a common security domain has ...
Theodore Shapiro and Waldemar Zusman delivered their papers but Gertie Bögel was cancelled. After consultation with the presenters and the audience, the Moderator, Juan-Francisco Jordan Moore, decided to allot the extra time to the participants and to questions from the audience. We ended up with little time for questions from the floor.. Both Shapiro and Zusman documented the extent and use of Freud knowledge of evolution theory. They referred to overlooked papers by Ritvo (e.g. 1974). But overlap was otherwise minimal, because they adopted different points of view for their talks. Shapiro posited that Freud very soon expanded Darwin theory in depth-he was not bound to surface descriptive data, he was studying the taxonomy of mankind mental processes. Shapiro divided his talk into two parts: (1) the evolutionary biology of attachment theory and (2) emotional expressions in relation to phylogenetic memory.. 1) Evolutionary psychological biology started with Darwin, when he realised the ...
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Raymond F. Schinazi, PhD, DSc is Frances Winship Walters Professor of Pediatrics at Emory and director of the Laboratory of Biochemical Pharmacology. His is a senior research career scientist at the Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Director of the Scientific Working Group on Viral Eradication for the Emory University Center for AIDS Research (CFAR). Schinazi received his BSc (1972) and PhD (1976) in chemistry from the University of Bath, England. A world leader in the area of nucleoside chemistry, Schinazi is the founder of five biotechnology companies including Pharmasset Inc. He has authored over 470 peer-reviewed papers, 7 books and has received many honors. He holds 92 issued US patents which have resulted in 11 New Drug Applications (NDA). More than 94 percent of HIV-infected individuals take at least one of the drugs he invented. ...
BETHLEHEM, Pa., Feb. 23, 2015-- OraSure Technologies, Inc. today announced that Douglas A. Michels, President and CEO, will speak to the investment community at the Raymond James 36 th Annual Institutional Investor Conference in Orlando, Florida. Interested investors can access the live webcast of the presentation by going to OraSure Technologies web site,...
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Dr. Raymond V. Damadian, best known as the inventor of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), will speak in Liberty Universitys Science Hall Auditorium at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 29, as part of Research Week. ...
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On this episode, Alex Marino chats with Emily Shapiro about teaching yoga and doing improv in Costa Rica, Emilys affection for LOTR, and Smeagol look-a-likes.
Raymond Z. Gallun (rhymes with balloon) was born in rural Wisconsin in 1910. He attended one year of college at the University of Wisconsin, then left to travel in Europe. He started writing science fiction in 1929; he attained widespread recognition with Old Faithful in 1934. Along with John W. Campbell, he did as much as anyone to help science fiction evolve from crude pulp stories to interesting literature. He died in 1994. ...
Raymond DuBois, MD, PhD, AACR Foundation chairman & president, discusses current colorectal cancer screening guidelines, treatment options, and disparities.
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MacArthur fellow Shapiro (Ecology and Evolutionary Biology/Univ. of California, Santa Cruz) considers the nature and prospects of de-extinction, the return of creatures gone the way of the dodo.
Results Eight patients were identified (mean age 61.1 years; five female, three male) who underwent stent reconstruction using Neuroform stents; seven (87.5%) were treated in the ruptured setting. Three patients presented in Hunt and Hess (HH) grade 2, two in HH3, and one presented months after rupture, with no documented HH score. All patients underwent endovascular Neuroform stenting of their aneurysms. Initial angiographic results were as follows: complete occlusion (Raymond 1; n=3; 37.5%) and residual aneurysm (Raymond 3; n=5; 62.5%). There were no intraprocedural complications. There were no cases of re-bleeding. Clinical follow-up data (range 1-34 months; average 12.4 m) was obtained from all patients and angiographic follow-up data (range 1-28 months; average 10.9 m) was obtained from seven patients (87.5%). Follow-up angiographic results are as follows: complete occlusion (Raymond 1; n=6; 75%) and residual aneurysm (Raymond 3; n=2; 25%). Clinical outcomes are as follows: mRS of 0 (n=2; ...
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Raymond Walter isnt your typical teenager. Having graduated from high school at age 14 and from college at 18, hes already knee-deep in his doctoral studies in mathematics and physics as a Distinguished Doctoral Fellow and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow at the University of Arkansas at age 19. ...
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"Personal names and the attentional blink: A visual "cocktail party" effect.". Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human ...
Raymond JE, Shapiro KL, Arnell KM (1992). "Temporary suppression of visual processing in an RSVP task: an attentional blink?". ... Shapiro KL, Arnell KA, Raymond JE (Nov 1997). "The attentional blink". Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 1 (8): 291-296. doi: ...
She points out that if expectation does not mediate instances of very closely linked phenomena such as attentional blink and ... inattentional blindness from failures of awareness such as attentional failures like the aforementioned attentional blink. It ... and attentional blink. The key aspect of inattentional blindess which makes it distinct from other failures in awareness rests ... Attentional capacity, or neurological salience, is a measure of how much attention must be focused to complete a task. For ...
Attentional blink Semantic satiation Kanwisher, N (1987). "Repetition blindness: Type recognition without token individuation ...
Cognitive phenomena like attentional blink and its modulation by benzodiazepine has also been replicated in this model. In ... Silverstein DN, Lansner A (2011). "Is attentional blink a byproduct of neocortical attractors?". Frontiers in Computational ...
Ray Li, C.S.; Chen, S.H.; Lin, W.H.; Yang, Y.Y. (2005). "Attentional blink in adolescents with varying levels of impulsivity". ... attentional, motor, and non-planning impulsiveness). The BIS is the most widely used self-report measure of impulsive ...
Lacroix G., Constantinescu I., Cousineau D., de Almeida R., Segalowitz N., & von Grünau M.W. (2005). Attentional blink ... Galera C., von Grünau M.W., & Panagopoulos A. (2004). Size and shape of the attentional spotlight affect efficiency of ...
Marti, S.; Sigman, M.; Dehaene, S. (2012). "A shared cortical bottleneck underlying Attentional Blink and Psychological ... An experimental psychologist and cognitive scientist, Pashler is best known for his studies of human attentional limitations ( ...
Shapiro, Kimron L.; Caldwell, Judy; Sorensen, Robyn E. (1 January 1997). "Personal names and the attentional blink: A visual " ...
Response priming Auditory masking Attentional blink Ogmen H, Breitmeyer B (2007). "Visual masking". Scholarpedia. 2 (7): 3330. ... it is possible that their results were confounded by the attentional aspect of the trials, and that the results may not ...
This effect was demonstrated using the attentional blink paradigm in which 2 target items are presented in close temporal ... An attentional blink?". Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance. 18 (3): 849-60. doi:10.1037/0096- ... The typical finding is that participants often miss the second target item, as if there were a "blink" of attention following ... Other researchers have suggested arousal may also increase the duration of attentional focusing on the arousing stimuli, thus ...
... he has conducted functional neuroimaging experiments of masking and the attentional blink, which show that information that ... "Timing of the brain events underlying access to consciousness during the attentional blink". Nature Neuroscience. 8 (10): 1285- ...
... and attentional blink. The attentional blink relates to the psychological refractory period, inattentional blindness, and ... which explains the attentional blink and the serial nature of consciousness. A marked increase in the power of gamma waves ...
... participants displayed a significant attentional blink when required to identify the targets, but the attentional blink was ... Evans & Treisman explain these results by with the hypothesis that the attentional blink occurs because the identification ... inattentional blindness and attentional blink. Such studies show that when one's visual focused attention is engaged by a task ... inattentional blindness and attentional blink, and that these psychological phenomena occurred because engaging in a task ...
A US study looked at how plants and animals are perceived using "attentional blink" (the ability to notice one of two rapidly ... Benjamin Balas and Jennifer L. Momsen (Fall 2014). "Attention "Blinks" Differently for Plants and Animals". CBE: Life Sciences ...
Pre-attentive processing Unconscious thought theory#Criticism of UTT Visual masking Auditory masking Attentional blink Fehrer, ... Sumner, P., Tsai, P.-C., Yu, K., & Nachev, P.: Attentional modulation of sensorimotor processes in the absence of perceptual ...
... in a shorter attentional blink) while long-term practice brings lasting improvement. Next, the authors turn to the sense of ...
... found that individuals with a combination of low self-esteem and low attentional control are more likely to exhibit eye-blink ... Gyurak A, Ayduk O (2007). "Defensive physiological reactions to rejection: the effect of self-esteem and attentional control on ...
Theory and instructions for attentional blink Computational Models of the Attentional Blink Attentional Blink App for win32. ... Attentional blinking occurs when the second target is in stage 1 which causes a delay. The attentional blink mirror a ... resulting in the attentional blink. The episodic distinctiveness hypothesis of the ST2 model suggests that the attentional ... The Attentional blink (AB) is a phenomenon that reflects temporal limitations in the ability to deploy visual attention. When ...
In an EEG study, the Attentional blink effect was reduced, and P3b ERP amplitude decreased in a group of participants who ... The incidence of reduced attentional blink effect relates to an increase in detectability of a second target. This may have ... of attentional resources in the brain and steady meditation practice can lead to the reduction of the attentional blink due to ... A greater degree of attentional resources may also be reflected in faster response times in task performance, as was found for ...
Similarly, participants registered more eye blinks when studying negative words than positive words (blinking rate has been ... Learning and memory are direct consequences of attentional processing: the more attention is directed or devoted toward ... Aside from studies of eye blinks and color naming, Baumeister and colleagues noted in their review of bad events versus good ... Fogarty, Christine; Stern, John A. (1989). "Eye movements and blinks: Their relationship to higher cognitive processes". ...
Adults diagnosed with ADHD but with no medication treatments tend to blink more and make more microsaccades.[non-primary source ... These movements might serve the function of maintaining visibility during fixation, or might be related to attentional shifts ... "ADHD subjects fail to suppress eye blinks and microsaccades while anticipating visual stimuli but recover with medication". ...
Some of the items will be highlighted for a short period of time (by blinking or changing color) indicating that they are the ... MOT task is an attentional paradigm that is developed with several unique features in mind in order to test visual indexing ... Styrkowiec, P.; Chrzanowska, A. (2018). "Higher visuo-Attentional Demands of Multiple Object Tracking (MOT) Lead to A Lower ... Studies have suggested that children with autism may suffer from attentional deficits issues, therefore impacting the overall ...
The emotional Stroop task, an adaptation to the original Stroop, measures attentional bias to emotional stimuli.[52][53] ... Effects of anticipatory anxiety on the acoustic blink reflex". Psychophysiology. 28 (5): 588-595. doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.1991. ... MacLeod, C.; Mathews, A.; Tata, P. (1986). "Attentional bias in emotional disorders". Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 95 (1): ... Participants with obsessive-compulsive disorder symptoms initially show attentional bias to compulsive threat, but this bias is ...
Walter Murch suggests that this is because viewers are in fact used to cuts in their everyday lives through the act of blinking ... Hillstrom, Anne P.; Yantis, Steven (1 July 1994). "Visual motion and attentional capture". Perception & Psychophysics. 55 (4): ... When you turn to look at an object, for example, you normally blink, thus creating a visual break in continuity between what ... 1943-, Murch, Walter (1995). In the blink of an eye : a perspective on film editing (1st ed.). Los Angeles: Silman-James Press ...
... the proposed DINN could ideally determine when drivers blink, how often they blink, and for how long. From there, it could ... Evidence for a common attentional mechanism". Vision Research. 36 (12): 1827-1837. doi:10.1016/0042-6989(95)00294-4. PMID ... The 2021 video game Before Your Eyes registers and reads the player's blinking, and uses it as the main way of interacting with ... EOG is, however, a very robust technique for measuring saccadic eye movement associated with gaze shifts and detecting blinks. ...
Disorder specific attentional biases have been found for a variety of mental disorders. For example, participants with spider ... Effects of anticipatory anxiety on the acoustic blink reflex". Psychophysiology. 28 (5): 588-595. doi:10.1111/j.1469-8986.1991. ... The emotional Stroop task, an adaptation to the original Stroop, measures attentional bias to emotional stimuli. Participants ... Participants with obsessive-compulsive disorder symptoms initially show attentional bias to compulsive threat, but this bias is ...
Later, author Malcolm Gladwell referred extensively to Ambady's work in his popular book, Blink: The Power of Thinking Without ... Nalini and colleagues discovered that sadness associated with social loss resulted in attentional bias towards vocal tone. In ... Thin-slicing Cross-race effect Neuroculture Perceptions of sexual orientation Gladwell, Malcolm, 1963- (2005). Blink : the ... the results established in the 1st and 2nd parts of the study concerning attentional bias toward vocal tone and increased ...
Theory and instructions for attentional blink Computational Models of the Attentional Blink Attentional Blink App for win32. ... Attentional blinking occurs when the second target is in stage 1 which causes a delay. The attentional blink mirror a ... resulting in the attentional blink. The episodic distinctiveness hypothesis of the ST2 model suggests that the attentional ... The Attentional blink (AB) is a phenomenon that reflects temporal limitations in the ability to deploy visual attention. When ...
... no one will show an attentional blink). Nor did this reflect a pre-test difference between groups in the attentional blink, as ... The attention blink effect is "attentional" because it only occurs when subjects actually detect the first target, and ... Prying Open the Minds Eye: Meditation Reduces the Attentional Blink. Posted by Chris Chatham on June 30, 2008 ... Slagter et al administered pre- and post-training tests of the attentional blink to a control group of subjects interested in ...
Hearing While Blinking: Multisensory Attentional Blink Revisited Message Subject (Your Name) has forwarded a page to you from ... Hearing While Blinking: Multisensory Attentional Blink Revisited. Keren Haroush, Leon Y. Deouell and Shaul Hochstein ... It is well established that cognitive system overload is reflected in the attentional blink (AB), the failure to report a ... We suggest that multimodal attentional resources may be freed rather than engaged during the visual AB. Suppression of ...
The overinvestment account of the attentional blink (AB) posits that the AB results from the allocation of more resources than ... Colzato, L. S., Sellaro, R., Paccani, C. R., & Hommel, B. (2014). Attentional control in the attentional blink is modulated by ... Religion and the attentional blink: Depth of faith predicts depth of the blink. Frontiers in Psychology, 1, 147.PubMed ... McLaughlin, E. N., Shore, D. I., & Klein, R. M. (2001). The attentional blink is immune to masking-induced data limits. The ...
Attentional Blink (AB, or blink) is the phenomenon that the second of two targets cannot be detected or identified when it ... "Attentional blink" by Kimron L. Shapiro, Jane Raymond and Karen Arnell is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution- ... What is not an attentional blink?. Given that the RSVP stream containing the two targets is flashing by at 10 items per second ... The attentional blink (AB) was first described by Raymond, Shapiro, & Arnell (1992), though reports published prior to this ...
The attentional blink refers to the transient impairment in perceiving the 2nd of 2 targets presented in close temporal ... The attentional blink refers to the transient impairment in perceiving the 2nd of 2 targets presented in close temporal ... The model accurately simulates the time course of the attentional blink, including Lag 1 sparing. The theory also offers an ... neurocomputational theory and existing cognitive theories of the attentional blink is discussed.. ...
The emotional attentional blink (EAB) refers to a temporary impairment in the ability to identify a target when it is preceded ... Attentional blink Divided attention Inattention Attentional capture Jonathan M. Keefe and Jocelyn L. Sy contributed equally to ... which has been shown to improve target identification in an analogous attentional phenomenon, the attentional blink. Rapid ... The emotional attentional blink (EAB) refers to a temporary impairment in the ability to identify a target when it is preceded ...
Are there modulated Electromagnetic Field Effects on Human Conscious Perception during Attentional Blink Test? med./bio. By: ... cognitive/behavioral endpoints: visual perception (attentional blink test: eight letters are presented serially and two numbers ...
Out of sight, out of mind: The attentional blink can eliminate synaesthetic colours. Rich, Anina N. and Mattingley, Jason B. ( ... The attentional blink can eliminate synaesthetic colours. Cognition, 114 3: 320-328. doi:10.1016/j.cognition.2009.10.003 ... Out of sight, out of mind: The attentional blink can eliminate synaesthetic colours ... forming a modified attentional blink (AB) task. At the end of the stream a coloured probe appeared that was either congruent or ...
... system is the neurophysiological basis of the attentional blink. The attentional blink refers to decreased accuracy for ... The LC-NE account of the attentional blink posits that targets elicit a facilitative LC-NE system response that is available ... system is the neurophysiological basis of the attentional blink. The attentional blink refers to decreased accuracy for ... The LC-NE account of the attentional blink posits that targets elicit a facilitative LC-NE system response that is available ...
A distinction between perceptual blindness and attentional blindness (II): backward masking versus attentional blink ... A distinction between perceptual blindness and attentional blindness (II): backward masking versus attentional blink ... backward masking and attentional blink (AB). In experiment 1, we impaired the visibility of a target luminance blob by ... Tseng, C.-h. Kanai, R. Lin, Y.-l. Walsch, V. (2009). A distinction between perceptual blindness and attentional blindness (II ...
keywords = "Attentional blink, Attentional control, Comorbidity, Depression, Social anxiety disorder",. author = "Morrison, { ... Attentional blink impairment in social anxiety disorder: Depression comorbidity matters. Journal of Behavior Therapy and ... Attentional blink impairment in social anxiety disorder: Depression comorbidity matters. Amanda S. Morrison, Faith A. Brozovich ... Attentional blink impairment in social anxiety disorder : Depression comorbidity matters. / Morrison, Amanda S.; Brozovich, ...
This phenomenon is called attentional blink, which refers to the tendency to miss the second appearance of a target in an RSVP ...
The attentional blink for stimuli in motion. A second question that we address is the degree to which an attentional blink ... The attentional blink. While the attentional blink was of the usual amplitude and duration for stationary RSVP streams and ... Their study found a conventional attentional blink effect.. It is unclear why the attentional blink is diminished when the ... when the attentional blink was reduced in size. However the attentional blink has been found during during eye tracking in ...
... which is a commonly reported SOA to obtain the blink for attentional blink experiments. Performance improved in the second ... Thus, our subjects were susceptible to the version of emotional attentional blink (EAB) developed for our study (see Fig. 1). ... rs6295 polymorphism on emotional attentional blink ×. Affiliations *Institute of Psychology, University of Tartu, Tartu, ... In our study, we developed a version of an emotional attentional blink (EAB) task and validated it as an experimental test ...
Psychologists call this deficit an attentional blink. Well notice that first car spinning out in our path, but maybe not ... Attentional blink was almost completely gone.. In a second experiment they invited the subjects back an average of two-and-a- ... Novel Cognitive Training Dramatically Improves Limitations Of "Attentional Blink". By Christopher Fisher, PhD on July 12, 2012 ... Psychologists call this deficit an "attentional blink." Well notice that first car spinning out in our path, but maybe not ...
The attentional blink phenomenon (AB) describes a transient deficit in temporally selective visual attention regarding the ... The DRD2 C957T polymorphism and the attentional blink--a genetic association study Andrea Felten 1 , Christian Montag, Cornelia ... The DRD2 C957T polymorphism and the attentional blink--a genetic association study Andrea Felten et al. Eur ... Time to see the bigger picture: Individual differences in the attentional blink. Willems C, Martens S. Willems C, et al. ...
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Attentional BlinkEmotional ContentRapid Serial Visual PresentationRapid Serial Visual Presentation StreamAffective Content ... Raymond JE, Shapiro KL, Arnell KM: Temporary suppression of visual processing in an RSVP task: an attentional blink?. J Exp ... Luck SJ, Vogel EK, Shapiro KL: Word meanings can be accessed but not reported during the attentional blink. Nature. 1996, 383: ... Nieuwenhuis S, Gilzenrat MS, Holmes BD, Cohen JD: The role of the locus coeruleus in mediating the attentional blink: a ...
The Attentional Blink. Another phenomenon of attentional blindness is known as the attentional blink (AB), -- a phenomenon ... the attentional blink is not an actual eyeblink: subjects rarely blink their eyes during an RSVP trial. Nor is the attentional ... Instead, it is as if the subject has blinked, by analogy to the actual eye-blinks that occur after subjects shift their gaze ... If focused tightly, attentional "light" can provide a detailed image of a single object, at the expense of all the others. As ...
A more perceptual aspect to cortical filtering can be seen in the attentional blink paradigm, a phenomenon where subjects ... Chris, could you explain the seeming contradiction of the research that shows distraction *reduces* the attentional blink and ... distraction and attentional blink:. http://m0134.fmg.uva.nl/publications_others/vision&consciousness/blink… ... dynamics of filtering in globus pallidus to allow for rapid attentional selection of multiple targets in the attentional blink ...
Attentional Blink. A short time when incoming information is not registered. provides temporary storage for the brain (like RAM ... But this task demands a lot of our attentional resources (as evidenced by how long it takes to do the task). Say the color (not ... 3. Limitations of Attentional Resources. Attention can be hijacked or consciously directed. Influences on Attention. Attention: ... 1. Attentional Resources. 2. Working Memory Capacity. 3. Processing Speed. Limitations of Cognitive Capacity. the amount of ...
Attentional blink (accuracy emotion identification). *Change from Baseline in brain activity (Lab measures) [ Time Frame: Pre- ... Participants then will begin the Emotional Attentional Blink task divided into three blocks with a 1-minute break between the ... Participants are invited to attend a one-hour experimental session (i.e. Attentional Blink task) within the week before ... Attentional Blink), and psychophysiological measures (EEG and EKG).. Changes will be assessed immediately after finishing the 8 ...
Attentional Blink. Temporary visual deficit or impaired visual processing occurring in a rapid serial visual presentation task ... Home » Topics » Compliance » Research » Visual mental imagery influences attentional guidance in a visual-search task. ... Summary of "Visual mental imagery influences attentional guidance in a visual-search task.". Visual mental imagery resembles ... Visual mental imagery influences attentional guidance in a visual-search task.. 08:00 EDT 13th April 2018 , BioPortfolio ...
Attentional Blink. Temporary visual deficit or impaired visual processing occurring in a rapid serial visual presentation task ... Using Attentional Bias Modification to Address Trauma Symptoms. Threat-related attentional biases have been identified as a ... Modifying attentional processes with attentional bias modification (ABM) might be a relevant add-on to treatment in addiction. ... Attentional bias modification (ABM) alleviates anxiety by moderating biased attentional processing toward threat; however, its ...
Raymond JE, Shapiro KL, Arnell KM (1992). "Temporary suppression of visual processing in an RSVP task: an attentional blink?". ... Shapiro KL, Arnell KA, Raymond JE (Nov 1997). "The attentional blink". Trends in Cognitive Sciences. 1 (8): 291-296. doi: ...
Similarly, a separate attentional blink experiment demonstrated significantly enhanced target (T2) detection when the RSVP ... The visual distractor normalised blink magnitude in the anxiety condition to be consistent with the low anxiety condition, ... Similarly, a separate attentional blink experiment demonstrated significantly enhanced target (T2) detection when the RSVP ... Distraction improves visual attention in inattentional blindness and attentional blink. Author/Creator. Pammer, K , Beanland, ...
... the attentional blink, inattentional blindness, change detection, and a variety of disorders including Alzheimers and Williams ... This paper that proposes a theoretical framework that integrates the basic research on attentional selection with the applied ... In showing that the differences between subitizing and counting reflect attentional factors, my research has been important for ... Trick, L., & Pylyshyn, Z. (1994). Cueing and counting: Does the position of the attentional focus affect enumeration? Visual ...
REDUCING ATTENTIONAL BLINK: COLOR VS. SOUND  Singh, Sonia G. (2013-08) Prior research on attentional blink (AB) has ...
Attentional blink in children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder Attentional blink in children with attention ... Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity / Attentional Blink ... Full text: Available Index: LILACS (Americas) Main subject: Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity / Attentional Blink ... Adolescent , Child , Female , Humans , Male , Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity/physiopathology , Attentional Blink ...
  • My research interests include lightness and color perception, perceptual organisation, attentional capture and, most recently, the perceptual foundations of aesthetic experience. (edu.au)
  • The findings are discussed in terms of capacity limits in the inhibition of old distractor stimuli when they consist of perceptual groups, the attentional requirements of forming perceptual groups and the mechanisms and efficiency of time-based visual selection. (researchpad.co)
  • However, other work has suggested that attentional resources are required for the formation and perception of certain types perceptual groups (e.g. (researchpad.co)
  • Specifically, we observed that the pathological attentional blink of chronic neglect is enhanced when stimuli are presented on the contralesional side of the trunk while keeping retinal and head-centered coordinates constant. (mit.edu)
  • This provides strong evidence against models that suggest independent modules for spatial and nonspatial attentional functions while also providing strong evidence that trunk position plays an important role in neglect. (mit.edu)
  • Raw data used in the project 'No effect of value learning on awareness and attention for faces: Evidence from continuous flash suppression and the attentional blink' by Timo Stein and Sara Verosky. (osf.io)
  • The blinks are short unconscious gaps in visual perception and came as a surprise to the team of psychologists who discovered the phenomenon while studying the benefits of attention. (futurity.org)
  • A widely debated question concerns whether or not spatial and nonspatial components of visual attention interact in attentional performance. (mit.edu)
  • Temporary suppression of visual processing in an RSVP task: an attentional blink? (cocites.com)
  • Attentional spread in the statistical processing of visual displays. (cocites.com)
  • Across saccades, blinks, blank screens, movie cuts, and other interruptions, ob- servers fail to detect substantial changes to the visual details of objects and scenes. (cognitive-liberty.online)
  • Of course, on this view, when I ask you what your visual experience is, and then you close your eyes, your attentional state is atypical and you'll probably experience something. (blogspot.com)
  • When you shift your attention from one thing to another, your brain "blinks" between focusing on the two things, researchers report. (futurity.org)
  • The 'mind's eye blinks' that occur every time your attention shifts are the sensory processing costs that we pay for this capability. (futurity.org)
  • We instantiate this theoretical position in a connectionist implementation, called Neural-STST, which we illustrate by modeling temporal attention results, focused on the Attentional Blink (AB). (core.ac.uk)
  • The tool uses an algorithm based on the analysis of 3 main neurophysiologic indexes: electrical brain activity, heart rate variability, eye blinking. (dblue.it)
  • It aimed at developing a tool able to perform a real time assessment on a set of cognitive states of Air Traffic Controllers performing their job - such as mental workload intensity, type of attentional control and proficiency level gained during a training period. (dblue.it)
  • Thus, even lexical access seems influenced by the task/attentional set. (journalofcognition.org)
  • The initial encoding of the valence of a fixated facial emotional expression appears to be involuntary and invariant, whatever the endogenous task/attentional set. (journalofcognition.org)
  • Our work suggests that the nonspatial attentional deficits observed in neglect are heavily modulated by egocentric spatial position. (mit.edu)