Ben Rubinstein

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The fact that a statement has scientific credibility only to the extent that it is confirmed makes it desirable to examine clinical confirmation of clinical hypotheses of the type that, when presented to patients in psychoanalysis or psychotherapy, commonly are referred to as interpretations. An attempt is made to show that clinical confirmation in(More)
Methods used in preparing Arbacia eggs for respiration studies, in carrying through the manometric determinations, and in estimating egg quantities have been reexamined. Discrepancies in previous results are almost entirely due to a steady error in measuring egg volume by centrifuging. Volumes so obtained averaged 80 per cent too high. The respiration of(More)