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neuropsychologically

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  • The people talking about dealing with "the" fire, before doing something else are DOS-brained old-timers who are neuropsychologically different from people under 30, and people who have come to live and breath using the MAC or Windows multitasking operating system environments.

    DOS, Left Brain Minds Playing with Fire Metaphors in Windows Times

  • The people talking about dealing with "the" fire, before doing something else are DOS-brained old-timers who are neuropsychologically different from people under 30, and people who have come to live and breath using the MAC or Windows multitasking operating system environments.

    Printing: DOS, Left Brain Minds Playing with Fire Metaphors in Windows Times

  • Extreme fear is a first-rate weapon, neuropsychologically speaking.

    Dr. Martha Stout: George Bush's Paranoia War

  • Biological and neuropsychologically, a belief can be defined as any perception, cognition, or emotion that the brain assumes, consciously or unconsciously, to be true.

    Born to Believe

  • Biological and neuropsychologically, a belief can be defined as any perception, cognition, or emotion that the brain assumes, consciously or unconsciously, to be true.

    Why We Believe What We Believe

  • Biological and neuropsychologically, a belief can be defined as any perception, cognition, or emotion that the brain assumes, consciously or unconsciously, to be true.

    Why We Believe What We Believe

  • Biological and neuropsychologically, a belief can be defined as any perception, cognition, or emotion that the brain assumes, consciously or unconsciously, to be true.

    Born to Believe

  • They argue that the effects are very specific types of cognitive tasks and are explained neuropsychologically by "enjoyment arousal".

    Psychology Today Daily Features

  • Conclusions: Although both neuropsychologically impaired and neuropsychologically near normal patients have marked neuropathology in their gray matter, the relative absence of white matter pathology in the neuropsychologically near normal group suggests the possibility of differences in the disease process.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • Results: Both neuropsychologically near normal and neuropsychologically impaired patients had markedly smaller gray matter and larger third ventricle volumes than healthy comparison subjects.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

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