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Comparison of the effects of sinusoidal and stochastic octave-band-wide vibrations —a multi-disciplinary study

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The electromyographic investigations were carried out by Ch. Buchholz, H. Kramer, and R. Mucke in collaboration with R. Rothe and H. Seidel. The stabilographic results with regard to the galvanic stimulation of the vestibular system are from investigations by A. Rhein and H. Seidel. The authors acknowledge the assistance and collaboration of D. Bräuer, W. Langen, A. Piepenburg and R. Weiß.

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Bastek, R., Buchholz, C., Denisov, E.I. et al. Comparison of the effects of sinusoidal and stochastic octave-band-wide vibrations —a multi-disciplinary study. Int. Arch Occup Environ Heath 39, 153–164 (1977). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00405660

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