Hyo Seung Cho

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We investigated the variables related to electrodermal nonresponsiveness in male chronic schizophrenics. In a comparison of 31 male chronic schizophrenics and 20 male normal controls, the schizophrenics showed a much higher incidence of nonresponders in phasic electrodermal responsiveness, and fewer spontaneous fluctuations (SFs) in tonic electrodermal(More)
Specific deficits in the processing of transient visual stimuli have been identified in reading disabled children. It has, separately, been suggested that suitably chosen coloured lenses can be used to assist reading disabled children but this is controversial. To assess an hypothesis as to how coloured lenses might remediate visual processing, this study(More)
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