J R Garvey

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Using a technique described previously, we have applied pressure to the optic nerve of a cat sufficient to cause conduction block of the t1 response (the response of the Y optic nerve fibres). A greater pressure, usually sufficient to cause a transient block of the t2 response (the response of the X fibres), leads to degeneration of the Y axons caudal to(More)
Jones and Miller (1981) reported that schizophrenics could be distinguished from healthy controls by latency differences in their ipsilateral and contralateral somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs), considered a measure of corpus callosum conduction time. Subsequent replication studies failed to follow the method of the original study. The present study(More)
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