Gordon Silverman

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  • G Silverman
  • 1977
Two groups, 10 subjects in each, one consisting of depressed patients and the others normal controls, ranked photographs of faces for two sets of six constructs. One set consisted of the critical constructs of the Bannister and Fransella grid test, while the other set of constructs were all related to affect. The depressed patients showed a higher intensity(More)
The use of microprocessors in the biological laboratory is a logical result of the evolution of computer use in the biomedical sciences. In 1963, H. K. Hartline and Floyd Ratliff, working at Rockefeller University in New York City, hooked up a CDC 160A computer as a generalpurpose laboratory instrument for data acquisition during their experiments on(More)
The personal computer is viewed as an all-purpose laboratory instrument and work station. Popular architectures are examined with regard to advantages and limitations, and applications discussed in terms of "stand alone" environments, situations requiring passive interfaces, and those employing intelligent configurations. A new hardware/software(More)
The behavior and emotional adjustment of latency-age children following the sudden death of their teacher are described. Observational and interview data demonstrate the importance of play and ritual as coping mechanisms. The children's reactions to a replacement teacher, and to expectations that they establish a relationship with the new teacher, are(More)
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