Reviewed in the Veterans Administration and published with die approval of the Chief Medical Director The statements and conclusions published by the authors are a result of their own study and do not necessarily reflect the opinion and policy of the Veterans Administration.
Cortical Conductivity in the Brain-Injured*
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Journal of Personality
Volume 21, Issue 1, pages 118–148, September 1952
How to Cite
KLEIN, G. S. and KRECH, D. (1952), Cortical Conductivity in the Brain-Injured. Journal of Personality, 21: 118–148. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-6494.1952.tb01864.x
We are indebted to the staffs of Cushing V A Hospital for generous assistance throughout, particularly to Dr Fred A Quadfassel, Chief, Neurological Service, for his clinical ratings of the brain-injured subjects and for his making available to us case materials and the facilities of his Service, to Dr Henry Faxon, Chief, Surgical Service, for his co-operatun in recruiting control subjects, and to Dr Frederick A. Wyatt, Chief, Psychological Service, for generous aid in facilitating die entire study
The study was conducted while we were on visiting appointments in the Department of Social Relations, Harvard University, in 1950–1951. We wish to express our appreciation to Dr William O Jenkins and Professor Frederick Hosteller of the Department for their valuable statistical advice and to the Laboratory of Social Relations for the use of its laboratory and shop facilities.
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