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Some empirical support for these temporal gradients has been provided by several recent studies. In one study (Hare, 1965c), subjects watched consecutive numbers, 1-12, appear in the window of a memory drum. After this first trial, each subject was told that the series o f numbers would be repeated several times and that each time the number eight appeared, he would receive an electric shock equal in intensity to one earlier determined to be the strongest he could tolerate. Skin conductance was monitored throughout the six trials given.
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