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- 1Abdul Rahman, Siti Aishah
- 1Acton, Leah T
- 1Aghamohammadi Sereshki, Arash
- 1Ainsley, Emily N.
- 1Bandet, Mischa V.
- 1Batty, Nicholas J.
Thermal response of amyloidogenic elements in cultured N2a cells: potential relevance to Alzheimer’s disease pathologyDownload
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) weighs a large burden on health care systems, families and caregiving networks around the world. It is the most common dementia afflicting elderly individuals, and causes many debilitating symptoms, including memory loss, mood swings and confusion which progress in...
Towards Clinical Testing of Intraspinal Microstimulation for Restoration of Walking after Spinal Cord InjuryDownload
The overall goal of this thesis was to advance intraspinal microstimulation (ISMS) towards clinical testing for the purpose of restoring walking after spinal cord injury. ISMS implants focus on restoring mobility after spinal cord injury by activating the intact spinal motor networks below the...
Animal behaviour varies across hierarchical levels made up of behaviours, personality traits, and behavioural types/syndromes. Stress coping style and anxiety are examples of behavioural types, or covariance of personality traits within individuals, and can be influenced by prior stress exposure....
Using EEG to examine inhibitory abilities in children: The effects of time pressure, physical activity, and emotionDownload
The ability to inhibit inappropriate actions and irrelevant information is crucial for adaptive functioning. Inhibitory skills emerge early in life, with significant growth occurring during the period of early and middle childhood. The objective of this dissertation was to utilize...