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During stress, a patient would be strapped to a chair and whirled around rapidly, after which a normal patient would be dizzy but a psychotic will not (1949 Herbert Gehr)

During stress, patient is strapped in a suspended armchair and whirled rapidly, after which a normal patient would be dizzy but a psychotic will not Herbert Gehr, LIFE Magazine)