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5764 Volume 21 20-Sep-57 5765 Volume 21 26-Sep-57
Summary: Importance of information whose changes occur only at long intervals.
Summary: Psychiatric application.
Summary: Operational meaning of "correct translation".
Retroactive inhibition quantative estimate 5417 6598
Translation test for correctness
DAMS Mark II (Dispersive and Multistable System) [13]: Long-term, slow-changing, information can act as director and localiser of short-term, quick-changing information. 5764.
Psychiatric applications [95]: Injury that should lead to increased retroactive inhibition. 5765.
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