Kenneth G. Smith, Ph.D.
Daniel S. Beasley, Ph.D.
Y. Pal Kapur, M.D.
L'effet des variables temporelles sur les résultats des mesures stéréognostiques orales à été etudié en employant comme sujets de jeunes adultes. Les variables comprenaeint trois durées intra-orales, trois intervalles intra_paire, et trois intervalles entre paires. Une tâche uni-modalique de discrimination entre des objets
The effects of temporal variables upon the results of oral stereognosis measurements were investigated using normal young adult subjects. These variables included three intra-oral durations, three within-pair intervals, and three between-pair intervals. A uni-modality same-or-different discrimination task was used. Results indicated that as the within-pair interval increased subjects scored fewer errors. Corroborations or prior research, as well as implications for future research and clinical procedures, were discussed.
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