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A finger maze is a form of maze


ReferencesEdit

  • Harris, N. (2002). Effective, short-term therapy: Utilizing finger labyrinths to promote brain synchrony: Annals of the American Psychotherapy Assn Vol 5(5) Sep-Oct 2002, 22-23.
  • Jensen, M. B. (1934). Punishment by electric shock as affecting performance on a raised finger maze: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 17(1) Feb 1934, 65-72.
  • Van Tilborg, P. W. (1936). The retention of mental and finger maze habits: Journal of Experimental Psychology Vol 19(3) Jun 1936, 334-341.

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