Standish D. Lawder's research while affiliated with Yale University and other places

Publications (8)

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The case of Ernst Wilhelm Nay is a curious one: he is an “international” painter without an international reputation. He works in a style that could be French, Italian, German, American or Japanese, or none of these, and although he is the favorite son of many German critics and collectors, he has received little attention outside of his native Ger...
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The objectives of this technology integration study for close air support aircraft are to perform configuration design and validation using, in part, man-in-the- loop simulation techniques. An advanced technology close air support aircraft configuration known as Lightweight Attack (LWA) Configuration 29 is evolved and justified. The selected config...
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The perception of patterns not resulting from viewing external objects but stimulated by cranial electrodes with pulse currents within the electroencephalographic frequency range (‘phosphenes’) has been investigated in earlier work. The experiments described in this paper were undertaken to observe in one subject effects of chemical stimulation (by...
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Durch Reizung des menschlichen Gehirns mit Impulsströmen durch zwei frontal angebrachte Elektroden lassen sich subjektive Lichterscheinungs-Muster (Phosphene) hervorrufen, die besonders gut mit dunkeladaptierten Augen zu beobachten sind. Die Reproduzierbarkeit solcher Muster über 6 Monate war bei den zwei Versuchspersonen für verschiedene Klassen v...
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Photocopy of typescript: Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms, 1978. 20 cm. Thesis - Yale University. "Vol. II plates not microfilmed at request of school. Available for consultation at Yale University Library." Bibliography: leaves 376-398.
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Thesis (Ph.D.)--Yale University, 1967. Vol.2 not microfilmed, available for consultation at Yale University Library. V.1. Text--V.2. Plates. Includes bibliography. Microfilm.

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... The content of these electrical-induced hallucinations seems to be related to what patients experienced immediate before surgery (Mahl et al. 1964). Furthermore, researchers found that visual phosphene, characterized by rather shapeless, nonspecific impressions of light, were induced by applying rectangular electric pulses to large electrodes placed on the cortical surface (Knoll 1958;Knoll et al. 1962aKnoll et al. , b, 1963 or by applying magnetic fields (Thompson 1910;Dunlap 1911;Magnusson and Stevens 1911;Barlow et al. 1947;Seidel 1968). Since these early findings, it has been hypothesized than an increase in electrical or chemical processes underlies the formation of hallucinations and phosphenes. ...
... En los últimos años, Max Knoll (1958;Knoll y Kugler, 1959;Knoll et al., 1962Knoll et al., , 1963Oster, 1970), del Laboratorio de Electrónica Médica de la Technische Hochschule de Munich, ha llevado a cabo investigaciones sobre el origen y la naturaleza de los fosfenos, y su trabajo ha abierto una vía de gran interés, no sólo para los neurólogos sino también para los especialistas en ciencias sociales y humanidades. ...