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CES currents from 2.5 to 80 Hz, with amplitudes from 20 A to 1.5 mA were applied to stump-tail macaque and squirrel monkeys and various physiological recordings made. It was found that visual and somatosensory evoked potentials were not significantly altered during and after CES. A reduction in EMG amplitude occurred during CES, and the EEG showed a greater tendency toward slower, high-voltage activity. Respiration and EKG were stable.