Prolonged Immobilization of the Body: Changes in Performance and in the Electroencephalogram

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Authors
  1. Zubek, J.P.
  2. Wilgosh, L.
Corporate Authors
Manitoba Univ, Winnipeg MAN (CAN) Dept of Psychology;Defence Research Board, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Subjects who were immobilized for a week but otherwise were exposed to a normal and varied sensory environment showed intellectual and perceptual deficits similar in many respects to those occurring after prolonged visual and auditory deprivation. A significant change in the electroencephalogram.
Report Number
DRBREPRINT2108 — Reprint
Date of publication
25 Feb 1963
Number of Pages
5
Reprinted from
Science, vol 140, no 3564, 1963, p 306-308
DSTKIM No
63-12106
CANDIS No
408667
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Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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