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  • Age of Onset and Duration of Deafness Drive Brain Organization for Biological Motion Perception in Non-Signers 

    Muise-Hennessey, Alexandria; Tremblay, Antoine; White, Nicole C.; McWhinney, Sean R.; Zaini, W. Hazlin; Maessen, Heather; Comeau-Grandy, Adrienne; Bance, Manohar; Newman, Aaron J. (2016-09)
    We used fMRI to characterize the neural responses to biological motion in adults who became deaf at a wide range of ages, none of whom were fluent sign language users. Although hearing people showed stronger activation for ...
  • DEVELOPMENT OF BUTYRYLCHOLINESTERASE LIGANDS FOR THE IMAGING OF NEUROLOGICAL DISORDERS 

    Macdonald, Ian (2013-08-12)
    Butyrylcholinesterase (BuChE) is a serine hydrolase enzyme that, along with acetylcholinesterase (AChE), catalyzes the hydrolysis of acetylcholine. These enzymes are associated with the pathology of neurologic disorders ...
  • Learning in Non-Stationary Environments 

    Hassall, Cameron Dale (2013-08-26)
    Real-world decision making is challenging due, in part, to changes in the underlying reward structure: the best option last week may be less rewarding today. Determining the best response is even more challenging when ...