human subject

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  • His central idea was that the human subject is a creation of its use of language.
  • Under these conditions the red appeared extremely bright, the green very dark, to the human subject. Cited from The Dancing Mouse, by Robert M. Yerkes
  • The human subject would seem to point to this conclusion. Cited from On Horsemanship by Xenophon, trans. by Dakyns
  • Non-human subjects can and most likely would access their reinforcement immediately.
  • In one test of the substance, two of six human subjects died.
  • All the studios are shot using only natural light and rarely contain human subjects.
  • Similar results have been found in human subjects.
  • Throughout history prisoners have been frequent participants in scientific, medical and social human subject research.
  • The unit was responsible for human subject research on both prisoners of war and civilians.
  • Human subjects were first split into a control and experimental group.
  • The human subjects were informed that these experiments were important to the war effort.
  • There he saw the opportunity to conduct genetic research on human subjects.
  • A similar effect was seen in adult human subjects.
  • Somehow, the male human subject never does walk straight home with its cigar. Cited from M. or N. "Similia similibus curantur", by G.J. Whyte-Melville
  • The goal is to study ethics and what should occur in regard to human subject research treatment.
  • But without the active human subject, no new value is created at all, and capital assets lose value.
  • He carried out experiments on human subjects including himself.
  • In one study, multiple groups of human subjects were used: wake control groups and sleep test groups.
  • Though these test are more difficult to produce in human subjects, due to ethical concerns.
  • The commission recruited human subjects because they did not know of any animals that could contract yellow fever.
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