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• #### The Neural Computations of Spatial Memory from Single Cells to Networks ﻿

(2012-09-05)
Studies of spatial memory provide valuable insight into more general mnemonic functions, for by observing the activity of cells such as place cells, one can follow a subject’s dynamic representation of a changing environment. ...
• #### THE NEUROLOGICAL COMPONENTS OF METAMEMORY MONITORING: JOL ACCURACY IN YOUNGER AND OLDER ADULTS ﻿

(2012-09-05)
Because maximizing the learning of new material is a relevant concern for most individuals, understanding the specific processes involved could be beneficial for people of all ages. Both encoding and monitoring occur during ...
• #### The new crowd: Design of subway station with overlaid passenger flow and information flow ﻿

(2009)
A new prototype of subway station with overlaid passenger flow and information flow is suggested to be applied to the newly developed Line 8 in the City of Beijing, both to deal with the crowded passenger flow space and ...
• #### The new DRET test to predict metals available during the resuspension of anoxic sediments ﻿

(2006)
In industrialized countries, many aquatic environments are polluted with contaminants, such as metals. Metals can be found in the particulate matter of the sediment [1, 2]. Metals could be potentially dangerous to biota, ...
• #### The new face of Mexico seen through "The Crystal Frontier" by Carlos Fuentes ﻿

(2005)
Building upon the historical foundations of Mexican identity assembled by his contemporaries, himself and his predecessors, Carlos Fuentes does his best to render the new face of Mexican identity in his recent novel, La ...
• #### The new school: Creating a role for the architect in America's urban landscape ﻿

(1994)
This thesis looks for ways that architects can reassert their presence in America's urban centers. Through a series of investigations, the research phase examines both the architectural semiotics of the late 20th Century ...
• #### The next step: Recreational trail interface ﻿

(2009)
The Next Step re-choreographs the trail system, encouraging a multiplicity of experiences while treating the city as an exhibit. This project focuses on the network's deployment in Washington, D.C. This network, empowered ...
• #### The nickel catalyzed reconstruction of diamond (110) surfaces in hydrogen and the TGA investigation of iron and nickel catalyzed etching of diamond particles in hydrogen ﻿

(1996)
The nickel catalyzed reaction of the diamond (110) surface in hydrogen has been studied at temperatures below 950$\sp\circ$C. A $\sim$300 A nickel film was vaporized onto a polished diamond chip with a (110) surface ...

(1970)
• #### THE OBLIQUE HEROINE: LITTLE DORRIT, MILLY THEALE, AND CADDY COMPSON (CHARLES DICKENS, HENRY JAMES, WILLIAM FAULKNER) ﻿

(1983)
Characters, more often than not, form the central interest and the meaning of a novel, and the diversity of character types attests to both the richness of the novel as a genre and the difficulty of cataloguing characters ...

(1973)
• #### The open superblock ﻿

(2011)
THE OPEN SUPERBLOCK looks towards the unused land within the existing superblock grid as an opportunity to introduce public space into the suburban fabric. By gathering and juxtaposing a variety of programs and activities ...
• #### The orchestral flute audition: An examination of preparation methods and techniques ﻿

(2003)
This dissertation examines the flute audition process from the viewpoints of flutists currently or recently employed by major symphony orchestras. Out of 153 orchestral flutists among the top 50 American orchestras, 50 ...
• #### The orchestral music of Tania Leon ﻿

(2002)
A biographical sketch describing Tania Leon's musical education and activities introduces the study, which focuses on elements of Leon's compositional style. Her style is marked by colorful orchestration and rhythmic ...

(1974)
• #### THE ORGAN CONCERTO OF PAUL COOPER: AN ANALYSIS ﻿

(1987)
Three features of the musical speech of Paul Cooper figure prominently in his compositions for the organ, and specifically the Organ Concerto (1982). These are a "signature chord", a "Lombardian snap", and the process of ...
• #### The organ masses of Claudio Merulo: a performing edition ﻿

(1981)
Claudio Merulo was born in Correggio, Italy in 1533, and died in Parma in 1604. In 1568 he published one of his first works, the Messe d'intavolatura . . . libro quarto. This volume contains three Masses and three Credos ...
• #### The organ works of Ned Rorem ﻿

(2002)
Ned Rorem is one of America's most esteemed living composers and authors. His compositions span every genre of music. Although he had composed little organ music until he was in his 50's, his output since that time has ...
• #### THE ORGANIZATION AND SEQUENCE OF THE 5S RIBOSOMAL GENES OF THE DIPTERAN FLY CALLIPHORA ERYTHROCEPHALA AND THE ISOLATION OF GENES SPECIFICALLY TRANSCRIBED DURING OOGENESIS IN THE DIPTERAN FLY CALLIPHORA ERYTHROCEPHALA ﻿

(1986)
The genomic organization and sequence of the 5S RNA genes of the Dipteran fly Calliphora erythrocephala have been determined. The 5S RNA genes consist of a tandem array of 480 base pair (bp) repeating units which are ...

(1979)