H W Winogron

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Children who had sustained head injuries were divided into three groups on the basis of severity of injury defined according to neurological criteria, and their performance on a battery of neuropsychological tests was compared. The groups were matched for age and sex. Performance IQ and timed tests of motor speed, fine-motor coordination, tactual-spatial(More)
Fifty-one children who has sustained head injuries were divided into mildly, moderately and severely injured groups according to neurological criteria. The groups were matched for age, sex, and injury-test interval. Approximately 1 year after their injuries, patients were tested on speeded and nonspeeded measures of motor, visual-motor, and visual-spatial(More)
Three experiments were designed to investigate the role of the orienting response (OR) in the recognition memory for pictures and words. In the first experiment (n = 60), pictures which were shown to have a high frequency of correct recognition in an independent analysis of recognition memory evoked larger initial ORs than words and low recognition(More)
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