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Krebsrisiko und zentralnervöse Stimulation — Epidemiologische Evidenz

  • R. Frentzel-Beyme
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Zusammenfassung

Eine Verbindung des Kehlkopfes mit dem Unbewußten spiegelt sich erkennbar in solchen emotional begründeten Erscheinungen wider, wie dem oft vernehmlichen Hüsteln in peinlichen Augenblicken der Verlegenheit eines Auditoriums, wenn der Redner ins Stocken gerät, oder auch der Heiserkeit vor Aufregung, beispielsweise im Examen.

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