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Brackbill, Yvonne – Child Development, 1975
The effectiveness of continuous stimulation in lowering arousal level, as indexed by state and heart rate, was studied in 30 uncircumcised males, 30 circumcised males, and 30 female subjects. The continuous-stimulation effect was shown to be directly related to auditory stimulus intensity. (Author/CS)
Descriptors: Arousal Patterns, Auditory Discrimination, Heart Rate, Infants
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Brackbill, Yvonne – Child Development, 1973
Results show that continuous stimulation reduced arousal level both behaviorally and physiologically, that this effect occurred quite rapidly, and that it endured relatively unchanged over time. (Author)
Descriptors: Arousal Patterns, Behavior Patterns, Infants, Physiology
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Brackbill, Yvonne – Child Development, 1971
The results of this experiment indicate that continuous stimulation has a marked pacifying effect on young infants. (WY)
Descriptors: Arousal Patterns, Infants, Responses, Sensory Experience