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Authors: PAPATHOMAS TV KOVACS I GOREA A JULESZ B
Citation: Tv. Papathomas et al., A UNIFIED APPROACH TO THE PERCEPTION OF MOTION, STEREO, AND STATIC-FLOW PATTERNS, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 419-432

Authors: KING I FISER J
Citation: I. King et J. Fiser, GENERATING COMPLEMENTARY GRAY-LEVEL IMAGES FOR OBJECT RECOGNITION EXPERIMENTS USING GABOR WAVELET DECOMPOSITION, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 433-441

Authors: KADLEC H
Citation: H. Kadlec, MULTIDIMENSIONAL SIGNAL-DETECTION ANALYSES (MSDA) FOR TESTING SEPARABILITY AND INDEPENDENCE - A PASCAL PROGRAM, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 442-458

Authors: SIMPSON TL
Citation: Tl. Simpson, A COMPARISON OF 6 METHODS TO ESTIMATE THRESHOLDS FROM PSYCHOMETRIC FUNCTIONS, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 459-469

Authors: LUMLEY MA SCHRAMM W POMERLEAU CS POMERLEAU OF SMITH RH
Citation: Ma. Lumley et al., THE ASSESSMENT OF CORTISOL USING SALIVARY ULTRAFILTRATE, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 470-475

Authors: GONZALEZ GM COSTELLO CR VALENZUELA M CHAIDEZ B NUNEZALVAREZ A
Citation: Gm. Gonzalez et al., BILINGUAL COMPUTERIZED SPEECH-RECOGNITION SCREENING FOR CLINICAL DEPRESSION - EVALUATING A CELLULAR TELEPHONE PROTOTYPE, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 476-482

Authors: MEYER J EBENCHAIME M
Citation: J. Meyer et M. Ebenchaime, INTUITIVE INVENTORY MANAGEMENT - AN EXPERIMENTAL SYSTEM, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 483-490

Authors: WILLINGHAM DB HOLLIER J JOSEPH J
Citation: Db. Willingham et al., A MACINTOSH ANALOG OF THE ROTARY PURSUIT TASK, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 491-495

Authors: BOKHORST FD
Citation: Fd. Bokhorst, BIT-PLANE LAYERING FOR HIGH-RESOLUTION EGA AND VGA GRAPHICS ON THE IBM PC XT/AT/, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 496-501

Authors: WANG AM CONNERS FA
Citation: Am. Wang et Fa. Conners, USING MEL TO PRESENT CHINESE CHARACTERS AT BRIEF DISPLAY TIMES, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 502-505

Authors: LACOUTURE Y
Citation: Y. Lacouture, EXPANDING MEL RESPONSE BOX TO ACCOMMODATE UP TO 16 EXTERNAL BUTTONS, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 506-511

Authors: MOGG K BRADLEY BP
Citation: K. Mogg et Bp. Bradley, TACHISTOSCOPIC APPLICATIONS OF MICRO EXPERIMENTAL LABORATORY (MEL) USED WITH IBM PC COMPATIBLES - STIMULUS AND RESPONSE TIMING ISSUES, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 512-515

Authors: DUTTA A
Citation: A. Dutta, EXPERIMENTAL RUNTIME SYSTEM - SOFTWARE FOR DEVELOPING AND RUNNING REACTION-TIME EXPERIMENTS ON IBM-COMPATIBLE PCS, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 516-519

Authors: SANLUIS C HERNANDEZ JA SANCHEZ A
Citation: C. Sanluis et al., A PROBLEM WITH THE EQS V3.0 SIMULATOR, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(4), 1995, pp. 520-524

Authors: OMODEI MM WEARING AJ
Citation: Mm. Omodei et Aj. Wearing, THE FIRE-CHIEF MICROWORLD GENERATING PROGRAM - AN ILLUSTRATION OF COMPUTER-SIMULATED MICROWORLDS AS AN EXPERIMENTAL PARADIGM FOR STUDYING COMPLEX DECISION-MAKING BEHAVIOR, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 303-316

Authors: BOTTOM WP EAVEY CL MILLER GJ FOSTER S
Citation: Wp. Bottom et al., ACPE - A COMPUTERIZED SYSTEM FOR RUNNING SMALL-GROUP DECISION-MAKING EXPERIMENTS, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 317-321

Authors: MCLEOD PJ SPENCE AB
Citation: Pj. Mcleod et Ab. Spence, CONTICEPTION - A PROGRAM TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF CONTINGENCY PARAMETERS ON JUDGMENTS OF CONTROL, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 322-325

Authors: LITVAK MK HANSELL RIC
Citation: Mk. Litvak et Ric. Hansell, AN INEXPENSIVE VIDEOPROJECTION DIGITIZATION SYSTEM FOR BEHAVIORAL-RESEARCH, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 326-330

Authors: BEAUVILLAIN C BEAUVILLAIN P
Citation: C. Beauvillain et P. Beauvillain, CALIBRATION OF AN EYE-MOVEMENT SYSTEM FOR USE IN READING, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 331-337

Authors: GOLDBERG JH SCHRYVER JC
Citation: Jh. Goldberg et Jc. Schryver, EYE-GAZE-CONTINGENT CONTROL OF THE COMPUTER-INTERFACE - METHODOLOGY AND EXAMPLE FOR ZOOM DETECTION, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 338-350

Authors: MUNDT JC PERRINE MW SEARLES JS WALTER D
Citation: Jc. Mundt et al., AN APPLICATION OF INTERACTIVE VOICE RESPONSE (IVR) TECHNOLOGY TO LONGITUDINAL-STUDIES OF DAILY BEHAVIOR, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 351-357

Authors: LORIG TS URBACH TP
Citation: Ts. Lorig et Tp. Urbach, EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL ANALYSIS USING MATHEMATICA, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 358-366

Authors: ANGRILLI A
Citation: A. Angrilli, PSAAL - A LABVIEW-3 PROGRAM FOR DATA-ACQUISITION AND ANALYSIS IN PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL EXPERIMENTS, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 367-374

Authors: KASHINSKY W COLLINS BN BRANDON TH
Citation: W. Kashinsky et al., A TELEMETRIC DEVICE FOR MEASURING SMOKING TOPOGRAPHY, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 375-378

Authors: EPSTEIN LH WISNIEWSKI L DEFLAVIA P MITCHELL S
Citation: Lh. Epstein et al., SALIVARY RESPONDING AND THE DURATION OF MEASUREMENT, Behavior research methods, instruments, & computers, 27(3), 1995, pp. 379-382
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