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, I. , & Mellers , B. A. ( 2013 ). The role of actively open-minded thinking in information acquisition, accuracy, and calibration . Judgment and Decision Making, 8 ( 3 ), 188 – 201

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, due to unsolvable eye-tracking calibration issues. Of the remaining 59 participants (47 males; age range = 19–65 years, M  = 39.70, SD  = 10.20), 12 were classified as non-problem gamblers, 10 as low-risk gamblers, 18 as moderate-risk gamblers, and 9

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reperfusion period; Groups I/R48SF and I/R48IL were subjected to 4 h of ischemia followed by an 8-h reperfusion period. Calibrations for all traces are shown in the upper right; vertical bar = 3 mV; horizontal bar = 2 ms. The bottom curve is a sample of

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II isokinetic device (Mechatronic Ltd., Szeged, Hungary) with a sampling frequency of 1,000 Hz was used for measuring hamstring and quadriceps torques. Special details of the device and its calibration have been described previously ( 44 ). Subjects

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estimate the ability of prediction and reliability of the model [ 22 ]. In addition, permutation tests ( n = 999) were also employed to evaluate the statistical significance of the OPLS calibration and CV-figures of merit [ 23 ]. Then the differential

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. At the beginning of the testing procedure, eye tracker calibration was conducted. The participants then completed the Dot-Probe Task and were explicitly instructed to try to stay as still as possible throughout the experiment, to fixate on the cross

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Physiology International
Authors: NG Krylova, TA Kulahava, VT Cheschevik, IK Dremza, GN Semenkova, and IB Zavodnik

depolarization. The membrane potential values (mV) were determined using a calibration plot, which represented the dependence of the safranin O fluorescence intensity on the membrane potential value, according to the Nernst equation: Δ ψ = 60 log [ K + ] out [ K

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standard and calibration of the method with standard bilirubin solution. Currently used methods of treatment of hyperbilirubinemia Hyperbilirubinemia is known to cause bilirubin-induced neurological disfunction (BIND) such as acute encephalopathy in the

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embedded in our intervention. We also determined whether changes in reward valuation predicted the extent of changes in eating behavioral outcomes. Based on the notion that mindfulness may influence habitual behaviors by inducing the re-calibration of

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