Electroencephalographic Changes after Prolonged Sensory and Perceptual Deprivation

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Authors
  1. Zubek, J.P.
  2. Welch, G.
Corporate Authors
Manitoba Univ, Winnipeg MAN (CAN) Dept of Psychology;Defence Research Board, Ottawa ONT (CAN)
Abstract
Seven days' exposure to unpatterned light and white noise produced a significantly greater decrease in occipital lobe frequencies than did the same period of darkness and silence. This differential effect may be related to the greater behavioral impairments which seem to occur after prolonged exposure to diffuse light and noise.
Report Number
DRBREPRINT2107 — Reprint
Date of publication
01 Jan 1963
Number of Pages
4
Reprinted from
Science, vol 139, no 3560, 1963, p 1209-1210
DSTKIM No
63-12110
CANDIS No
408669
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Hardcopy;Document Image stored on Optical Disk

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