Alpha Activity in the Posterior Regions Distinguishes Visual False Memories and Other Memory Errors

Mapellı, Igor
Natalıa, Melnık
Özkurt, Tolga Esat
Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting (14 - 18 Haziran 2015)


Alpha synchronization between occipital and frontal regions distinguishes errors in a visual working memory task
Mapellı, Igor; Özkurt, Tolga Esat (null; 2016-10-01)
Alpha activity reflects semantic interference resolution in an auditory working memory task
Melnık, Natalıa; Mapellı, Igor; Özkurt, Tolga Esat (null; 2015-06-14)
Alpha-galactosidase gene cloning from aspergillus fumigatus.
Yalçındağ, Banu; Ögel, Zümrüt Begüm; Bakır, Ufuk; Department of Food Engineering (2002)
Alpha crystallin domain mutations increase holdase capacity of the archeal small heat shock protein, Tpv HSP 14.3
Kocabıyık, Semra (2016-07-25)
Protein stability involves the ability of native, folded protein structure to withstand the disruptive, denaturing effects of the external environment. Proteins used in many medical or biotechnological processes are often subjected to conditions which may trigger their degradation, aggregation or inactivation. Therefore, stabilization of proteins is one of the most challenging tasks that has to be addressed in protein based technologies. Many methods have been proposed for improvement of chemical and/or phy...
Gamma-radiation initiated addition of allylbenzene to the morpholine
Nesterov, SV; Kucukyavuz, S; Önal, Ahmet Muhtar (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 1999-10-01)
Radiation induced addition of allylbenzene to morpholine in liquid state was investigated by UV-, IR-spectroscopy and GS/mass spectrometry. Conversion of monomer depends on its initial concentration in the solution and this value is maximum for 0.05M solution. Radiation chemical yield of the product, G(prod), increases with concentration of allylbenzene and for 0.15M solution it is equal approximately 9.7 molec/100 eV. This value points on chain character of the process. Final product was identified by elec...
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I. Mapellı, M. Natalıa, and T. E. Özkurt, “Alpha Activity in the Posterior Regions Distinguishes Visual False Memories and Other Memory Errors,” presented at the Human Brain Mapping Annual Meeting (14 - 18 Haziran 2015), Honolulu, Amerika Birleşik Devletleri, 2015, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: