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2002), who exposed learners to a range of stop-vowel stimuli which, in one condition, were unimodally distributed in terms of their frequency of presentation, and, in the other condition, bimodally distributed.
Recovery from exhausting exercise in a bimodally breathing crab, Leptograpsus variegatus (Decapoda: Grapsidae).
The stutterers' VOTs distributed bimodally, with a major peak and a majority of VOTs in the lead segment (prevoicing; see Table 1).
Average annual precipitation is 602 mm, and is bimodally distributed, with peaks during the summer "monsoon" (July-September; 50%) and during winter (December-March; 30%) (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration 1996).
Average annual precipitation ranges from 350 to 600 mm and is bimodally distributed, with peaks during the summer "monsoon" (July-September; 50%) and during winter (December-March; 30%).
The career-oriented wives were more highly educated than income-oriented wives, while at-home wives were bimodally distributed in education levels.
Nitrate contamination in the New York study appears to be more bimodally distributed.
In the 12 cells resulting from the combination of 4 operational and 3 content based components are the bimodally determined performances (e.
If some participants substantially misunderstood the instructions, we might find that the data arising from the knowledge condition were bimodally distributed and consisted of a mixture of fairly accurate judgments without systematic bias, and judgments that the shape is not an ellipse but a circle.
Hours: part-time workers on average work for around 16 hours per week, with hours being clustered bimodally between six and ten hours per week, and between 21 and 29 hours per week.
RS was bimodally distributed because many pairs produced no progeny.
They conclude that reading ability is bimodally distributed, with dyslectics appearing at the lower end of the tail.
The etiology of the elevated lactate levels in females in the bimodally distributed data at the third and final sampling is unknown, but may be hormonal in nature and requires further research.