Author: David Ferrier
Publisher: University Publications of America (June 1978)
Category: Psychology & Counseling
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Стр Библиографические данные. The Functions of the Brain.
255 - That the brain is the organ of the mind, and that mental operations are possible only in and through the brain, is now so thoroughly well established and recognized that we may without further question start from this as an ultimate fact. Встречается в книгах (25) с 1876 по 2006. Стр. 256 - We may succeed in determining the exact nature of the molecular changes which occur in the brain when a sensation is experienced, but this will not bring us one whit nearer the explanation of the nature of that which constitutes the sensation. Библиографические данные.
Read by David Ferrier. Up to quite a recent date, the principal method pursued by investigators into the functions of the brain, consisted in observing the results following the destruction, by various means, of different parts of the encephalon.
Excerpt from book: 70 CHAPTER V. FU.CTIONS OF THE OPTIC LOBES OK CORPORA QUADRIGEMINA. 29. The optic lobes of frogs (fig. 11, B), fishes (fig. 12, B), and birds (fig. 13, B), are structurally homologous with the corpora quadrigemina of mammals (fig. 5, 4, fi).
This is a reproduction of a book published before 1923. This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. by Ferrier David 1843-1928 (Author).
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