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Effects of Repetition of Verbal Signals Upon the Behaviour of Chronic Psychoneurotic Patients

  • D. Ewen Cameron (a1), Leonard Levy (a1) and Leonard Rubenstein (a1)

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Studies of the effects of the repetition of statements, i.e., verbal signals, upon the behaviour of chronic psychoneurotic patients have been carried out in the Allan Memorial Institute continuously since 1953 (1).

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1. Cameron, D. E., “Psychic driving; dynamic implant” (published in the Psychiatric Quarterly, 1957, Fall No. 31, pages 703712).
2. Idem , Levy, L., Rubenstein, R., and Malmo, R. B., “Repetition of verbal signals: behavioural and physiological changes” (published in the Americal Journal of Psychiatry, May, 1959, 115, pages 985991).
3. Idem and Malmo, R. B., “Effect of repeated verbal stimulation upon a flexor-extensor relationship” (published in Candn. Psychiatric Assn. Journal, April, 1958, 3, No. 2.)
4. Ibid., 2.
5. Sharpless, S., and Jasper, H., “Habituation of the arousal reaction” (reprinted from Brain, 1956, 79, Part IV, pages 665680).
6. Pieron, H., Année Psychol., 1913, 19, 91.
7. Pavlov, I. P., Conditioned Reflexes, 1927. London.
8. Hernández-Peón, R., Scherrer, H., and Jouvet, M., “Modification of electric activity in cochlear nucleus during ‘attention’ in unanesthetized cats” (published in Science, 24 February, 1956, 123, No. 3191, pages 331332.)

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Effects of Repetition of Verbal Signals Upon the Behaviour of Chronic Psychoneurotic Patients

  • D. Ewen Cameron (a1), Leonard Levy (a1) and Leonard Rubenstein (a1)
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