Laterality of hand, foot, eye, and ear was measured in a sample of 1964 subjects, ranging in age from 8 to 100 years. Age trends were found, with hand, foot, and eye preference becoming more right-sided and ear preference becoming more left-sided with increasing age. Sex differences emerged in foot, eye, and ear preference but these did not systematically… (More)
In a series of six anaesthetized children we have been unable to demonstrate any effect of anaesthetic concentrations of halothane or thiopentone on the brainstem auditory-evoked response. The results imply preservation of brain stem function during anaesthesia with these drugs and suggest future application of anaesthesia to the testing of hearing… (More)
The New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH) collected information about hospitalized patients with Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) during October 2009-May 2010, statewide (excluding New York City), to examine a possible relationship with influenza A(H1N1)pdm09 vaccination. NYSDOH established a Clinical Network of neurologists and 150 hospital neurology… (More)
Four conservation of illusion-distorted identity tasks were presented to 10 boys ranging in chronological age (CA) from 5-5 to 12, and in mental age (MA) from 3-5 to 10-2, to document individual differences among children with delayed development in acquisition of conservation skills.