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However, it remains unclear how the error size affects the retention of the aftereffect during locomotor training.
It is these neurons that the researchers think are responsible for the illusory motion of stationary objects that people see during the Motion Aftereffect.
Compared to experiments in which the same observers fixed their gaze on the letters and numbers without having to take any action, the duration of motion aftereffects dropped by almost 70 percent after attention was directed to the appearance of numbers.
Only neurological aftereffects were included, including aphasia, epilepsy, and focal motor deficit.
Caption(s): High fuel costs and aftereffects of last year's hurricanes hampered Dollar General's performance.
Edward, weakened but not seriously injured, was treated the next day for some minor aftereffects of the rescue.
Nine people, or 24% of the respondents, complained of physical aftereffects, such as numbness in the arms or legs.
will temporarily halt operations at three North American plants, including a Civic car plant in Ohio, due to the aftereffects of a just-ended shutdown of West Coast ports, Honda officials said Thursday.
Residents of the province thought to be suffering from the aftereffects of the released agent cannot receive proper medical treatment as houses are scattered and road construction has not been completed in the province, the members said.
This book explores 'aspects of the Union and of Union culture' and sets forth three broad themes: 'the purposes, establishment and definition of the Union; its modification; and the aftereffects and entrenchment'.
However, "Even if the worst is behind us, the aftereffects will linger for a while," she warned.
5 million people, of whom 89% are Catholic, has had to face economic recession as well as the devastating aftereffects of the 1998 Hurricane Mitch.