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UCL University College London Eprints (394.280 recursos)

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  1. Age-related effects on spatial memory across viewpoint changes relative to different reference frames

    Montefinese, M; Sulpizio, V; Galati, G; Committeri, G

  2. Functional specificity of the locus coeruleus-norepinephrine system in the attentional networks

    Ambrosini, E; Vastano, R; Montefinese, M; Ciavarro, M

  3. What is the right place for atypical exemplars? Commentary: The right hemisphere contribution to semantic categorization: a TMS study

    Montefinese, M; Ciavarro, M; Ambrosini, E

  4. Can the humped animal's knee conceal its name? Commentary on: "The roles of shared vs. distinctive conceptual features in lexical access"

    Montefinese, M; Vinson, D


    Beckmann, J; McEniery, C; Cockcroft, J; Marlow, N

  6. Learning Lima []

    Allen, AE; Lambert, R

  7. cLIMA sin Riesgo / ReMapLima Travelling exhibition

    Allen, AE; Lambert, R

  8. Participatory mapping to disrupt unjust urban trajectories in Lima

    Allen, AE; Lambert, R

  9. Mapping the Contradictions: An Examination of the Relationship between Resilience and Environmental Justice

    Lambert, RC; Allen, A

  10. ReMap Lima and CLIMA sin Riesgo

    Lambert, RC

  11. Urban Risk: In Search of New Perspectives

    Allen, A; Belkow, T; De Los Rios, S; Escalante Estrada, C; Lambert, RC; Miranda, L; Poblet, R; Zilbert Soto, L

  12. Interrumpiendo trampas de riesgo urbano en el Centro Histórico de Lima

    Lambert, RC

  13. Exploring the Implications of Spatial Knowledge Production and Manipulation in the Informal Settlement of Lima, Peru

    Lambert, RC

  14. ReMap Lima and cLIMA sin Riesgo: Participatory Mapping for a Socio-environmentally Just Future

    Lambert, RC

  15. Mapping for Environmental Justice: An Assessment of the Power of Maps in Karachi's Informal Settlements

    Lambert, RC
    This paper adopts environmental justice as the broad normative framework. It departs from the premise that there is relevance in exploring tools that can be appropriated by communities, at the local scale, to facilitate the navigation of institutional barriers and work towards more just processes and outcomes. This paper proposes maps as political tools to advance interests and seeks to understand the role they play in the struggle for environmental justice. It begins by understanding the notion of power and how it is enacted in maps, in order to arrive at an analytical framework through which the emancipatory extent of...

  16. Looking Back Looking Forward -DPU 60

    Lambert, RC
    Looking Back, Looking Forward is a DPU 60th anniversary project set up to capture both the organisational history and future challenges of the DPU as seen through the experiences, perceptions and intellectual projects of past and present DPU staff. These stories are told in the context of their individual career trajectories on the one hand, and the dominant urban development policy and planning challenges of their time. In this frame, staff are asked to reflect on their careers and contributions to planning education, the development of the DPU and development practice in the global south. In this phase of the...

  17. Mapping to Disrupt unjust urban trajectories

    Lambert, RC; Allen, A

  18. Trajectories of change: Land, Urbanisation and Urban Agriculture in Accra

    Allen AE, Von Bertrab E, Frediani A, Lambert R, Hofmann P, Wood-,

  19. Prosthetic heart valve

    Burriesci, G; Bozkurt, S; Rahmani, B; Mullen, MJ
    The present invention relates to a prosthetic heart valve for implantation at the mitral annulus of a heart, particularly to a prosthetic heart valve comprising a support framework that is reversibly transformable between a collapsed configuration and an expanded configuration and which provides a reduced risk of paravalvular leakage.

  20. An Introduction to Medical Sociology Edited by David Tuckett. (Pp. 412; £9.00 hb, £4.50 pb.) Tavistock: London. 1976.

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