2 THE EFFECTS OF TWO SOPORIFIC DRUGS Patient

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In 1905, Cushny and Peebles [CP] conducted an experiment in which two different soporific drugs were administered to 10 patients; each patient received both drugs, but not simultaneously. The extra amount that the patient slept (beyond the patient’s baseline) was recorded. In a paper such as this, we would ordinarily describe more of how the data were… (More)

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@inproceedings{Bernhard20112TE, title={2 THE EFFECTS OF TWO SOPORIFIC DRUGS Patient}, author={James Bernhard}, year={2011} }