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I. Pinegin , who with 8 subjects _ 1 9 obtained limits of variation from 3-05 χ 10 ° erg/sec to 6-71 χ 10 ~ erg/sec, the upper figure thus being approximately 22 times greater than the lower limit. On the data of B. Ye. Sheivekhman and others [27, 28]—data obtained by examination of 2000 persons—the extent of individual variations on a frequency of 1000 c/s is about 30 db, the upper figure here being about 30 times greater than the lower. The question naturally arises: if great individual differences in thresholds are a fact, do they then march parallel for the various analysers, or can they, like the variously directed fluctuations of absolute thresholds, move in opposite directions ?
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