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Articles  |   March 01, 1949
Auditory Acuity for Pure Tones in the Waking and Hypnotic States
 
Author Notes
  • * Jerome M. Schneck (M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 1943) is Instructor in Clinical Psychiatry, Long Island College of Medicine, and Director of the Mount Vernon (N. Y.) Mental Hygiene Clinic.
    Jerome M. Schneck (M.D., Long Island College of Medicine, 1943) is Instructor in Clinical Psychiatry, Long Island College of Medicine, and Director of the Mount Vernon (N. Y.) Mental Hygiene Clinic.×
  • Moe Bergman (M.A., Teachers College, Columbia, 1939) is Chief Audiologist, New York Regional Office, Veterans Administration.
    Moe Bergman (M.A., Teachers College, Columbia, 1939) is Chief Audiologist, New York Regional Office, Veterans Administration.×
  • This article is published with permission of the Chief Medical Director, Department of Medicine and Surgery, Veterans Administration, who assumes no responsibility for the opinions expressed or conclusions drawn by the authors.
    This article is published with permission of the Chief Medical Director, Department of Medicine and Surgery, Veterans Administration, who assumes no responsibility for the opinions expressed or conclusions drawn by the authors.×
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Articles   |   March 01, 1949
Auditory Acuity for Pure Tones in the Waking and Hypnotic States
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, March 1949, Vol. 14, 33-36. doi:10.1044/jshd.1401.33
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, March 1949, Vol. 14, 33-36. doi:10.1044/jshd.1401.33
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