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INTELLECTUAL CHANGES FOLLOWING TEMPORAL LOBECTOMY FOR PSYCHOMOTOR EPILEPSY
"The chief clinical manifestations of psychomotor seizures may be described as follows The patient becomes confused and as a rule amnesic but does not usually lose consciousness. His movements appearExpand
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Delayed auditory feedback.
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Lipomas of the internal auditory canal.
Lipoma of the internal auditory canal is a rare tumor that may be confused clinically with the much more common vestibular schwannoma. We present two cases of lipoma of the internal auditory canal.Expand
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Steroid-induced remission in primary malignant lymphoma of the central nervous system.
A case of primary malignant lymphoma of the central nervous system is described in which lesions seen on computed tomography scans disappeared, and clinical remissions occurred with theExpand
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Transient behavior of cadimum in a grassland arthropod food chain.
Abstract Biological assimilation and transport of cadmium were determined for an arthropod food chain in an east Tennessee grassland community. Laboratory experiments demonstrated that there were noExpand
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The modification of excessive frequency of urination: A case study
Excessive frequency of urination (preceded by an excessive urge to urinate) in a male student was treated by requiring him to refrain from urinating for progressively longer periods of time during aExpand
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Delayed Auditory Feedback and Shadowing
On the basis of speech disturbance under binaural DAF, groups of subjects of high and low susceptibility were formed. Both groups were required to shadow messages presented under four conditions:Expand
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Biofeedback and the Modification of Behavior
1. Some Antecedents of Biofeedback.- Bell and Visible Speech for the Deaf.- Tarchanoff and the Voluntary Control of Heart Rate.- Bair and Woodworth and the Voluntary Control of Muscle Function.-Expand
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Hypnotic age regression.
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Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease presenting as progressive aphasia.
The syndrome of slowly progressive aphasia usually has been associated with Pick's disease, Alzheimer's disease, or an isolated focal degenerative disorder of unknown etiology involving the leftExpand
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