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The Human Health Effects of Exposure to Polybrominated Biphenyls. STROSS, J. K., SMOKLER, I. A., ISBISTER, J., AND WILCOX, K. R. (1981). Toxicol. Appl. Pharmacol. 58, 145-150. Polybrominated biphenyls (PBB) were inadvertently introduced into the food chain in Michigan in 1973. Fifty-one people with known exposure to PBB were studied. Twenty-three farmers(More)
Speech pause time (SPT)-the silent interval between phonations during automatic speech-is elongated during depressive episodes among endogenous depressives. Phonation time is unchanged. To follow up and expand earlier small-scale studies of these psychomotor findings we conducted a prospective determination of SPT among 24 unipolar (UP) depressives, 12(More)
Hysterical and obsessive-compulsive style subjects, as determined by a modified Rorschach test and the Wechslar Adult Intelligence Scale Comprehension subtest, were questioned in a face-to-face format where lateral eye movements were surreptitiously observed. Only right-handed subjects were used. It has been argued that lateral eye movements index immediate(More)
This study investigated the relationship between field independence and defense clustering as measured by the Defense Mechanisms Inventory and lateral eye movements. Subjects had previously been classified either as hysterical or obsessive style by the Rorschach and WAIS Comprehension subtest. Previous findings indicate that these subjects have a preferred(More)
Much recent research has been devoted to the investigation of lateral eye movements (LEMs) as an indicator of hemispheric activation. Various personality characteristics have been reported to be associated with predominant left and right looking which have been interpreted on the basis of hemispheric specialization; however, this interpretation has been(More)
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