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2020-11-16
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[FZJ-2020-04515] Journal Article

Machine learning for psychiatry: getting doctors at the black box?
Recent developments in the field of machine-learning have spurred high hopes for diagnostic support for psychiatric patients based on brain MRI. But while technical advances are undoubtedly remarkable, the current trajectory of mostly proof-of-concept studies performed on retrospective, often repository-derived data, may not be well suited to yield a substantial impact in clinical practice. [...]
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2020-11-16
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[FZJ-2020-04512] Journal Article
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Clamp cells for high pressure neutron scattering at low temperatures and high magnetic fields at Heinz Maier-Leibnitz Zentrum (MLZ)
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2020-11-12
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[FZJ-2020-04434] Journal Article
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Seeking the “Beauty Center” in the Brain: A Meta-Analysis of fMRI Studies of Beautiful Human Faces and Visual Art
During the past two decades, cognitive neuroscientists have sought to elucidate the common neural basis of the experience of beauty. Still, empirical evidence for such common neural basis of different forms of beauty is not conclusive. [...]
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[FZJ-2020-04308] Journal Article
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Cumulative Submillisecond All-Atom Simulations of the Temperature-Induced Coil-to-Globule Transition of Poly( N -vinylcaprolactam) in Aqueous Solution
Poly(N-vinylcaprolactam) (PNVCL) polymers are stimuli-responsive and change their conformation in aqueous solutions upon changes in salt concentration, concentration of organic solvents, or temperature, making these molecules highly interesting for tailored release of drugs or fabrication of sensors or actuators. At lower critical solution temperature (LCST), PNVCL chains undergo a transition from a coil to a globule and become insoluble. [...]
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