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(1226) Partner preferences in by-product mutualisms and the case of predator inspection in fish. Connor RC. 1996. Animal Behaviour, volume 51, pages 451-454.
(1227) Localization of tactile stimuli depends on conscious detection. Harris JA, Karlov L and Clifford CW. 2006. Journal of Neuroscience, volume 26, pages 948-952.
Patients are motivated to retrieve normality, such as detection, if at all possible. Normal subjects prefer to appear in conscious control of their responses.
The use of the metaphor "ground-swell" portended the limitation of no measures of the reliability and validity of the researchers' "backward masking" procedure, and revealed how they felt about "blindsight", which was confirmed by the hyperbole of their conclusions, which latter was discrepant with the results of Experiment 1, with "the exception" admitted in the conclusion, and with the elliptical absence of a discussion about dominance, even though they had established the handedness of their subjects.
(1228) A possible unifying principle for mechanosensation. Kung C. 2005. Nature, volume 436, pages 647-654.
(1229) Fully tuneable stochastic resonance in cutaneous receptors. Fallon JB and Morgan DL. 2005. Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 94, pages 928-933. The researchers' variable use of quotation marks around the expression "fully tuneable stochastic resonance" is sinusoidal, like their experimental stimuli, and is one of the ways in which they convey their doubts.
(1230) Tactile form and location processing in the human brain. Van Boven RW, Ingeholm JE, Beauchamp MS, Bikle PC and Ungerleider LG. 2005. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 102, pages 12601-12605.