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Oculomotor behavior as a biomarker for differentiating pediatric patients with mild traumatic brain injury and age matched controls.
Importance: Children have the highest incidence of mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) in the United States. However, mTBI, specifically pediatric patients with mTBI, are notoriously difficult to detect, and with a reliance ...
TRANSHUMANISM, FRANKENSTEIN, AND EXTINCTION
Shelley's novel has been fertile ground for ecocritics over the last two decades. In Ecocriticism and the Idea of Culture (2014, 2016) I wrote about Frankenstein and culture's dialectical horror of nature. As a narrative ...
Hyaluronan regulates synapse formation and function in developing neural networks.
Neurodevelopmental disorders present with synaptic alterations that disrupt the balance between excitatory and inhibitory signaling. For example, hyperexcitability of cortical neurons is associated with both epilepsy and ...
“The Ingenious Unravelling of Evidence”: Empathy, Extinction, and Wells’s The Croquet Player
While we are increasingly challenged to imagine a world without humans, we have also become increasingly attentive to the subject of empathy, in popular culture, the humanities, and the sciences. In The Time Machine (1895), ...
Multihazard hurricane fragility model for wood structure homes considering hazard parameters and building attributes interaction.
Predicting building damage as a function of hurricane hazards, building attributes, and the interaction between hazard and building attributes is a key to understanding how significant interaction reflects variation hazard ...
Long-term nutrient enrichment of an oligotroph-dominated wetland increases bacterial diversity in bulk soils and plant rhizospheres.
In nutrient-limited conditions, plants rely on rhizosphere microbial members to facilitate nutrient acquisition, and in return, plants provide carbon resources to these root-associated microorganisms. However, atmospheric ...