Manual Aging and the Brain: The Proceedings of the Fifth Annual Symposium held at the Texas Research Institute of Mental Sciences in Houston, October 1971 (Advances in Behavioral Biology)

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Table 2 attempts to measure the relative severity of bank suspensions during the two periods by showing the ratio of total bank suspensions to the total number of banks in existence at the beginning of each panic, and excepted.