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Papers on the Relative Sensitivity of Males and Females
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About this work
Consists of a cover note stuck to a page from Nature, labelled "Relative Sensitivity of Men and Women by Weber's Test, original data and rough draft and workings, sent to 'Nature' from Cimiez, Thursday 29 March 1894"; the MS draft of "Relative Sensitivity of Males and Females"; data and graphs including an explanatory note to accompany the data; and a handwritten letter from G J Randall on data collection dated 13 March 1894, and enclosing tabulated data titled "Abstract of Sense of Touch".
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