A. R. Barnes

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are caused by signs of progress early in a course of therapy. In the history of psychotherapy research , the expectancy construct emerged prematurely and without the empirical support necessary to establish its validity (Wilkins, 1973). In the absence of validating empirical evidence, subjective ex-pectancies remain interesting epiphe-nomena, rather than(More)
Brainstem auditory-evoked responses (BSAER's) were obtained from 4 normal-hearing young adults to a 2-kc/s tonal stimulus of 2-, 3-, 4-, 5-, 6-, 7- or 8-msec duration at 60 db sensation level. Latency of Jewett Wave V was recorded averaging 4096 sweeps; stimuli had a 1-msec rise-fall time, with a 65-msec interstimulus interval. A Wave V response to the(More)
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