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2018-07-10
07:40
[FZJ-2018-04080] Journal Article
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When specific action biases meet nonspecific preparation: Event repetition modulates the variable-foreperiod effect.
Preparing for the moment of action speeds up reaction time (RT) performance even if the particular response is unknown beforehand. When the preparatory interval, or foreperiod (FP), varies unpredictably between trials, responses usually become faster with increasing FP length. [...]
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2018-07-09
11:07
[FZJ-2018-04050] Journal Article
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Kongenitale myasthene Syndrome im Erwachsenenalter. Congenital myasthenic syndromes in adulthood
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2018-07-09
11:02
[FZJ-2018-04049] Journal Article
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DBS of the PSA and the VIM in essential tremor
Neurology - , 10.1212/WNL.0000000000005956 - () [10.1212/WNL.0000000000005956]
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2018-07-09
10:43
[FZJ-2018-04047] Journal Article
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Early treatment response evaluation using FET PET compared to MRI in glioblastoma patients at first progression treated with bevacizumab plus lomustine
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2018-07-06
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[FZJ-2018-04024] Journal Article
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Influence of temperature on the dissolution kinetics of synthetic LaPO4-monazite in acidic media between 50 and 130 °C
Single-phase monazite-type ceramics are discussed as waste forms for the safe disposal of surplus plutonium or separated minor actinides. To gain a deeper insight into the mechanism governing the dissolution of monazite-type compounds, the dissolution kinetics of synthetic LaPO4-monazite was systematically studied by dynamic dissolution experiments carried out in the temperature range from 50 to 130 °C in acidic media (0.01 M HNO3) [...]
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2018-07-06
09:05
[FZJ-2018-04015] Journal Article
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Bayesian log-Gaussian Cox process regression: applications to meta-analysis of neuroimaging working memory studies
Working memory (WM) was one of the first cognitive processes studied with func-tional magnetic resonance imaging. With now over 20 years of studies on WM, each study withtiny sample sizes, there is a need for meta-analysis to identify the brain regions that are con-sistently activated by WM tasks, and to understand the interstudy variation in those activations.However, current methods in the field cannot fully account for the spatial nature of neuroimagingmeta-analysis data or the heterogeneity observed among WM studies [...]
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2018-07-06
07:48
[FZJ-2018-04013] Journal Article
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Uptake of 226 Ra in cementitious systems: A complementary solution chemistry and atomistic simulation study
The uptake of 226Ra to various cement hydration phases such as calcium-silicate-hydrates (C-S-H), ettringite (AFt) and monosulfate (AFm) as well as hardened cement pastes (HCP) made from ordinary Portland cement and low pH cement, respectively, was studied in batch-type sorption experiments under anoxic conditions. Besides sorption kinetics, the effects of solution composition and solid to liquid ratios were analyzed. [...]
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2018-07-05
10:51
[FZJ-2018-04000] Journal Article
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Prediction of outcome after aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage using data from patient admission
The pathogenesis leading to poor functional outcome after aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage (aSAH) is multifactorial and not fully understood. We evaluated a machine learning approach based on easily determinable clinical and CT perfusion (CTP) features in the course of patient admission to predict the functional outcome 6 months after ictus.METHODS:Out of 630 consecutive subarachnoid haemorrhage patients (2008-2015), 147 (mean age 54.3, 66.7% women) were retrospectively included (Inclusion: aSAH, admission within 24 h of ictus, CTP within 24 h of admission, documented modified Rankin scale (mRS) grades after 6 months. [...]
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2018-07-04
11:42
[FZJ-2018-03958] Journal Article
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Chronotype differences in cortical thickness: grey matter reflects when you go to bed
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2018-07-03
11:57
[FZJ-2018-03898] Journal Article

Parallelizing spectral deferred corrections across the method
In this paper we present two strategies to enable “parallelization across the method” for spectral deferred corrections (SDC). Using standard low-order time-stepping methods in an iterative fashion, SDC can be seen as preconditioned Picard iteration for the collocation problem. [...]
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