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Daniel M. Drucker, Ph.D.

Concepts (25)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Pattern Recognition, Visual320098310.340 Why?
Occipital Lobe120093780.300 Why?
Space Perception120094710.270 Why?
Adaptation, Physiological1200913290.210 Why?
Brain Mapping3200966110.180 Why?
Photic Stimulation2200920360.110 Why?
Neurons1200993440.090 Why?
Color Perception120092160.080 Why?
Orientation120093260.080 Why?
Magnetic Resonance Imaging32009347760.070 Why?
Brain22009257640.070 Why?
Reaction Time1200920970.050 Why?
Image Processing, Computer-Assisted2200989170.050 Why?
Visual Cortex1200911560.050 Why?
Models, Neurological1200917740.050 Why?
Memory1200921420.050 Why?
Oxygen1200941430.040 Why?
Computer Simulation1200961630.030 Why?
Multivariate Analysis12009122490.030 Why?
Semantics120095810.020 Why?
Young Adult22009557810.020 Why?
Image Interpretation, Computer-Assisted1200933450.010 Why?
Humans320097251870.010 Why?
Female120093754490.010 Why?
Adult120092116150.000 Why?
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