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2551 Volume 11 1948 2552 Volume 11 1948
Summary: In general, if a series of related compound stimuli evoke a series of patterns of activations, we can expect a priori no particular relation between the patterns of activations. Any special relation found to exist must be due to some special arrangement in the machine.

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