Abdalla, Ismail Hussein. Islam, Medicine, and Practitioners in Northern NigeriaAbdalla, Ismail Hussein. Islam, Medicine, and Practitioners in Northern Nigeria
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Empathy for objects1Empathy for objects1
I seek answers of at least a preliminary sort. What sort of access to things is it that we are given by these simulative processes; is it, in particular, a perceptual form of access?
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Professor of Neurology – K. M. School of pgmr head, Department of Neurology – vsgh, ahd director of Neurosciences – Sterling HospitalProfessor of Neurology – K. M. School of pgmr head, Department of Neurology – vsgh, ahd director of Neurosciences – Sterling Hospital
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Biological basis of memoryBiological basis of memory
Removed parts of rat’s cerebral cortex but found no one area contained the memory of the maze
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Study supports 'choosing wisely' campaign to eliminate wasteful health care practices
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What are the signs and symptoms of autism?What are the signs and symptoms of autism?
Autism affects each person in different ways, and symptoms can range from very mild to severe. People with autism share some similar symptoms, such as problems with social interaction
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Hearing Scents, Tasting Sights: Toward a Cross-Cultural Multi-Modal Theory of AestheticsHearing Scents, Tasting Sights: Toward a Cross-Cultural Multi-Modal Theory of Aesthetics
The essay concludes with a series of suggestions regarding how the disciplines of art history and neuropsychology might reconceptualize their engagement with the sensorium in a manner that is attuned to the historicity and interplay of the senses in art as in
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Quantum physics in Neuroscience and psychology: a new model with respect to mind/brain interactionQuantum physics in Neuroscience and psychology: a new model with respect to mind/brain interaction
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From “Motion Events” to(wards) a Semantics of RelocationFrom “Motion Events” to(wards) a Semantics of Relocation
Conceptualization, lexicalization, and verbalization of motion in terms of "moving, or being moved, from Loc1 to Loc2"
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The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2014, 74, (48-59)The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 2014, 74, (48-59)
Ferenczi’s concept of identification with the aggressor: understanding dissociative structure with interacting victim and abuser self-states
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Intracellular signaling and targeted inhibition of kinases involved in cancer and inflammation. (1)
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Must convey and not in what they may convey” Roman JakobsonMust convey and not in what they may convey” Roman Jakobson
Telling the SugarStory in 6 Indo-European languages: What may and what must be conveyed?
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Full Member: Hotchkiss Brain Institute; Mathison Centre for Mental Health Research & Education
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Lee Davis Deputy Director, EducationLee Davis Deputy Director, Education
Explain the similes and metaphors contained in the poem to the person sitting next to you
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