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Dataset for Visuospatial bootstrapping: binding useful visuospatial information during verbal working memory encoding does not require set-shifting executive resources. (2018)Dataset related to Calia, Clara and Darling, Stephen and Havelka, Jelena and Allen, Richard J (2018) Visuospatial bootstrapping: binding useful visuospatial information during verbal working memory encoding does not require ...
(2014)Dataset related to Darling, Stephen and Uytman, Clare and Allen, Richard J and Havelka, Jelena and Pearson, David G (2014) Body image, visual working memory and visual mental imagery.vPeerJ. http://dx.doi.org/10.7287/pee ...
(2008)Eastern Central Belt ultrasound tongue imaging corpus. Created in 2008. 15 informants 8 females 7 males Edinburgh and Livingston
(2008)These data comprise anonymised Hindi transcriptions and English translations of interviews conducted as part of the Bhopal Survivors Movement Study, which started in December 2007 (mostly between December 2007 and September ...
(2004)Children with high-functioning autism are widely reported to show deficits in both prosodic and pragmatic ability. New procedures for assessing both of these are now available and have been used in a study of 31 children ...