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Old 2013-05-18, 07:33 AM
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Join Date: 2007 Apr
Location: NeuroScript 435 E Carson Dr, Tempe, AZ 85282, USA
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IGS members can create and maintain their own threads listing information that needs to be searchable (keywords) in the IGS forums plus relevant URLs with biography's, references, and papers. This will ensure that everything will be findable through

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(1) Keywords describing your field of research. You can use advanced formatting and attach files and include images if you like.
o Handwriting movement recording and analysis
o Aging
o Parkinson's disease

(2) Resume, Curriculum Vitae, Biosketch or Biography
Add a description of the URL first.
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(3) Abstracts (and some full papers) at
1. Go to
2. Search for your name joined by a + and if it does overlap with others by the same name, add keywords. The + in the URL will be translated as hexadecimals %2B.
3. Simply paste pubmed's URL into your thread.
Publications in
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(4) Request papers or download available publications via
1. Go to
2. You need to register (at no cost) with an institution or register a new institution.
3. You can upload your full papers.
4. Search name and keywords until you see exactly all your papers. Add a keyword to disambiguate the author, for example: "masaki+nakagawa+handwriting"
5. Simply paste pubmed's URL into your thread.
6. Viewers need to log in or be logged in to view.
My downloadable publications in
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(5) What else? (Please, email with suggestions).
HLT (Reach me by searching: NeuroScript, Tempe, AZ 85282, USA. Tel +1-480-350 9200)

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