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Does botulinum toxin type A alter the consequences of recurrent laryngeal nerve transection in the rat model?Download
Introduction: Laryngeal paralysis (LP) is a disorder that impacts significantly the health and the quality of life of patients. It causes a dysfunction of vocal folds (VF) movement as a result of affection of the laryngeal neural supply. While several theories have been proposed to explain the...
Generalizing the Effect of Extreme Outcomes in Risky Decision Making: A Cross Species Comparison of Pigeons and HumansDownload
Research has shown that when decisions between risky and fixed options are based on repeated exposure to the governing contingencies, preference is often influenced by an overweighting of the most extreme outcomes appearing in the decision context. Known formally as the extreme-outcome rule, this...