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Salivary CR's were established in 12 adult human subjects to a compound stimulus (successive flashes of red and green lights) and to its components (single flashes of a red or a green light). In four subjects (group A) the stimuli-to-be-conditioned were presented in the usual manner, in four...
Results of this investigation, in which subjects were required to maintain a fixed speed per trial in threading a finger maze, are as follows: (1) The number of trials required for complete learning increases as speed per trial increases. (2) The total number of errors increases as speed per...
In this experiment rats were run through a straight, unobstructed, 30-foot alley to a food goal under alternating conditions. Each animal made 20 runs in isolation. On alternate days each animal ran paired with another member of the squad under conditions otherwise identical. A comparison of the...
"The data on bilateral differences in electro-encephalograms of identical twins indicate that these twins are more similar than unrelated children only when treated as a group. The recorded potentials of identical twins may differ in that there is a tendency for one twin to show bilateral...
This article is concerned with a quantitative comparison of the records of eye movements made by the photographic corneal reflection technique and by a technique which makes possible the recording of changes in the corneo-retinal potential as determined by movements of the eyes in their orbits....
Four men and one woman, having recovered from accidents that necessitated removal of a portion of the skull, acted as subjects in the observation of cerebral circulation during sleep. In two of the subjects a profound somnambulistic hypnotic trance was induced. The volume of blood in the brain...
Data from this study show that a learning situation in which positive reactions are connected to some words and negative reactions to others results in an increase in the absolute affective values of the former and a decrease in the absolute affective values of the latter. The effect of positive...
Experimental evidence is presented which shows that the complex perceptual processes collectively termed "consonance" are influenced by a plurality of conditions such as (1) musical training, (2) affective tone, (3) criteria employed, and (4) refinement of the discriminations called for.
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