stugrad98 at aol.com
Sat Jul 11 00:42:46 EST 1998
Here's what the survey will be in a general sense. I'll describe to you with
as much detail as possible (without skewing the survey altogether) the
reactions of person/subject. These will include what the person is doing for
how long. It won't include the why? It WILL however, include a brief but
detailed description as to a, what I would call, primary factor-- a specific
type of damage to the brain. With those parameters, I will then ask the basic
"Do you think this reaction COULD be a neuromuscular spasm?"
"If it COULD be, do you think it is *likely* *unlikely* or *even chances* that
what is described is a neuromuscular spasm?"
Then there would be a checkbox kind of thing to determine why you think it is
likely or unlikely.
With those broad parameters, do you think you're qualified or can research
enough to become qualified to answer? That's the basic test.
Thanks for your response!
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