Vascular and psychogalvanic effects of experimentally aroused anger1

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    This report is based on part of a dissertation submitted to the Department of Psychology, University of Wisconsin in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Ph. D degree The study was conducted as part of the research program sponsored by grant M-1540. National Institute of Mental Health, U S Health Service, Leonard Berkowitz, principal investigator

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