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visual impact

visual impact

visual impact

Seeing the World Dimly: The Impact of Early Visual Deficits on Visual Experience in Schizophrenia

Visual–Olfactory Interactions: Bimodal Facilitation and Impact on the Subjective Experience

Pediatric closed head injury: differential impact on verbal and visual—spatial memory, and intelligence

Differential impact of the FMR1 gene on visual processing in fragile X syndrome

Impacts of Visual Sonority and Handshape Markedness on Second Language Learning of American Sign Language

The Impact of Religious Identity and Social Orientations on Visual Arts Appreciation

C-18Impact of Asthma on Working Memory, Visual Attention, and Executive Functioning in Young Adults

The Impact of Nationality and Territory on Fame and Success in the Visual Arts Sector: Artists, Experts, and the Market

The impact of visual impairment on Mini-Mental State Examination Scores in the Newcastle 85+ study

The Impact of Density and Ratio on Object-Ensemble Representation in Human Anterior-Medial Ventral Visual Cortex

The Impact of Visual Communication on the Intersubjective Development of Early Parent–Child Interaction With 18- to 24-Month-Old Deaf Toddlers

Assessment of myocardial functional recovery in reperfused AMI: The clinical impact of visual and quantitative analysis in MCE

GABA deficit in the visual cortex of patients with neurofibromatosis type 1: genotype–phenotype correlations and functional impact

Do You See What I See? The Impact of Age Differences in Time Perspective on Visual Attention

Impact of format and content of visual display of data on comprehension, choice and preference: a systematic review

Perceived Effectiveness of Stop Smoking Interventions: Impact of Presenting Evidence Using Numbers, Visual Displays, and Different Timeframes

 

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