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Fixation

The process of setting a price of a commodity, whether in the present or the future. See: Gold fixing.
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Results: (1) In the fixation task, compared to healthy controls, patients with depressive disorder showed more fixations, shorter fixation durations, more saccades and longer saccadic lengths; (2) In the saccade task, patients with depressive disorder showed longer anti-saccade latencies and smaller anti-saccade peak velocities; (3) In the free-view task, patients with depressive disorder showed fewer saccades and longer mean fixation durations; (4) Correlation analysis showed that there was a negative correlation between the pro-saccade amplitude and anxiety symptoms, and a positive correlation between the anti-saccade latency and anxiety symptoms.
COUNTS AND DURATIONS OF EYE FIXATIONS. Heatmaps are visualizations of the overall spatial distribution of eye fixations within specified AOIs (Fig.
The subject of the public contract is to provide continuous repeated deliveries of medical devices - consumable medical supplies - patches and fixation according to Act 268/2014 Coll.
A head fixation device with pins is commonly used for immobilization of the patient's head during craniotomy.
Researchers have long been intrigued by the fact that our rich and stable visual world is created from snapshot impressions gained during short fixations on different regions of the visual field.
The Treaty also grants performers moral rights, that is, the right to claim to be identified as the performer (except where such an omission would be dictated by the manner of the use of the performance); and the right to object to any distortion, mutilation or other modification that would be prejudicial to the performer's reputation, taking into account the nature of the audiovisual fixations.
We hypothesized that participants high in NC would generate more eye fixations, longer fixation duration, saccades of shorter length, and more regressions than would those low in NC.
During the 8-year study period, a standardized operative technique using closed reduction and posterior pelvic ring fixations (TSTI and/or IS screw fixation) was performed.
Carpenter, Eye Fixations and Cognitive Processes, Aldine Publishing, London, UK, 1976.
Objective: To determine clinical outcome in patients with cervical injury after lateral mass screws fixation in a tertiary care hospital.
The complete eye movement record in solving one problem lasted several minutes and contained a significant number of circles (fixations) and lines (saccades) that make the figures difficult to read.
Volar locking plate (VLP) fixation has become the gold standard for surgical treatment of distal radius fracture over the last 10 years because of its favorable postoperative outcomes.