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    Goldman, Sandra Joan
    About the photographs: As the shutter of a camera moves in a fraction of a second, it makes permanent a moment in time. The images become trapped in gestures that signify some kind of emotion or attitude, which otherwise might not be seen at all becau . . .
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    Williams, A. Mark
    Skilled (n = 12) and less skilled (n = 12) billiards players participated in 2 experiments in which the relationship between quiet eye duration, expertise, and task complexity was examined in a near and a far aiming task. Quiet eye was defined as the . . .
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    Chase, Christopher
    The purpose of this study is to examine the potential relationship between tonic accommodation (TA), near work induced TA-adaptation and the steady state closed-loop accommodation response (AR). Forty-two graduate students participated in the study. V . . .
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    Frehlich, Shane G.
    Skilled (n = 12) and less skilled (n = 12) billiards players participated in 2 experiments in which the relationship between quiet eye duration, expertise, and task complexity was examined in a near and a far aiming task. Quiet eye was defined as the . . .
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    Arevalo, Erik
    Organisms that rely on vision for navigation through their environment often do so by integrating many visual cues in order to guide themselves to their desired goal. In ants, research has identified a number of visual cues and features that guide an . . .
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    Patton, James C.
    Defect monitoring is a necessity in the semiconductor manufacturing industry. It is a process characterized by the regular inspection of its product during the significant portions of assembly. Defect monitoring is accomplished using automated inspect . . .