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  • The Perils of "X-ray Vision":How Radiographic Images Have Historically Influenced Perception
  • Barron H. Lerner
Barron H. Lerner
Department of Medicine, Columbia University. College of Physicians and Surgeons. Current address: Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, 3747 15th Avenue NE, HQ-18, Seattle, Washington 98105

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1529-8795
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0031-5982
Pages
pp. 382-397
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2015-01-07
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