This report is based on part of a doctoral dissertation (Klorman, 1972) in Psychology at the University of Wisconsin. I thank Peter J. Lang, dissertation advisor, for his invaluable support throughout this work; Kent Hayes for design and maintenance of the apparatus; Michael Falconer for LINC and FORTRAN programming; and Jane M. Connor and Frances K. Graham for generously lending me their programs for statistical analyses. I have benefited from James E. Hastings' and Robert F. Strahan's helpful comments on earlier drafts of this manuscript.
Habituation of Fear: Effects of Intensity and Stimulus Order
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Volume 11, Issue 1, pages 15–26, January 1974
How to Cite
Klorman, R. (1974), Habituation of Fear: Effects of Intensity and Stimulus Order. Psychophysiology, 11: 15–26. doi: 10.1111/j.1469-8986.1974.tb00817.x
This research was supported by NIMH Predoctoral Fellowship 2-F01-MH-36669 to the author and NIMH Grant MH-10093 to Peter J. Lang. A grant from the University of Wisconsin Graduate School provided partial support for computer time. The Madison Academic Computer Center and the Stanford University Computation Center furnished computer facilities and consulting.
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