By G. E. W. and O'Connor, C. M. (Eds.) Wolstenholme
Chapter 1 Chairman's establishing comments (pages 1–3): G. W. Harris
Chapter 2 Early improvement of principles touching on the brain with the mind (pages 4–27): H. W. Magoun
Chapter three The Behaviour of Nerve Cells (pages 28–54): J. C. Eccles
Chapter four The Behaviour of Chronically Decerebrate Cats (pages 55–75): Philip Bard and Martin B. Macht
Chapter five An Appraisal of the results of Diencephalic Stimulation of awake Animals when it comes to basic Behaviour (pages 76–89): B. Andersson, P. A. Jewell and S. Larsson
Chapter 6 the results Upon Behaviour of Lesions within the Dorsomedial and Anterior Thalamic Nuclei of Cat and Monkey (pages 90–104): J. B. Brierley and Elisabeth Beck
Chapter 7 Correlated results in Behaviour and electric mind job Evoked via Stimulation of the Reticular approach, Thalamus and Rhinencephalon within the unsleeping Animal (pages 105–123): Marcel Monnier and R. Tissot
Chapter eight Selective results of Drives and medication on “Reward” platforms of the mind (pages 124–148): J. Olds
Chapter nine The position of the Temporal Cortex in keep in mind of prior event and Interpretation of the current (pages 149–174): Wilder Penfield
Chapter 10 “The Temporal Lobe Syndrome” Produced by way of Bilateral Ablations (pages 175–186): Heinrich Kluver
Chapter eleven a few easy Mechanisms of the interpretation of physically wishes into Behaviour (pages 187–203): P. C. Dell
Chapter 12 Neurological foundation of Responses to emphasize (pages 204–221): C. P. Richter
Chapter thirteen The Rhinencephalon and behavior (pages 222–235): John D. Green
Chapter 14 Neurological website of motion of Stilboestrol in Eliciting Sexual Behaviour (pages 236–254): G. W. Harris, G. W. Harris, R. P. Michael and Patricia P. Scott
Chapter 15 a few features of the Neurophysiological foundation of Conditioned Reflexes and behavior (pages 255–276): Henri Gastaut
Chapter sixteen styles of Cortical Neuronal Discharge in the course of Conditioned Responses IN Monkeys (pages 277–294): H. Jasper, G. F. Ricci and B. Doane
Chapter 17 task of Cortical Neurones when it comes to Behaviour, as Studied with Microelectrodes in Unrestrained Cats (pages 295–302): J. L. Malcolm
Chapter 18 Drug results with regards to Receptor Specificity in the mind: a few proof and Provisional formula (pages 303–336): J. Elkes
Chapter 19 mind Enzymes and Adaptive Behaviour (pages 337–358): Mark R. Rosenzweig, David Krech and Edward L. Bennett
Chapter 20 The Relevance of a few Neurophysiological facts to behavior issues (pages 359–387): S. L. Sherwood
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It is appropriate on this present occasion to show how modern neurophysiological research has added to the detail without changing the basic essentials of the graphic functional picture which Sherrington was able to outline from necessarily primitive experimental observations. His techniques were confined to a careful investigation of the input28 THE BEHAVIOUR OF NERVECELLS 29 output relations of the reflex responses of the central nervous system, and a penetrating correlation of these responses with neurohistology.
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In History and Philosophy of Knowledge of the Brain. Wellcome Symposium, London. DISCUSSION Adrian: I am deeply impressed with these mediaeval pictures. Prof. Magoun, can you tell us anything about the mediaeval ideas of the relationship of the brain to the two sides of the body, for instance to the left DISCUSSION 23 and right hand? What about the lateral ventricles, were they thought t o control one side or the other, or how do they come into the story? Magoun: There was but little discussion of sidedness in these early ventricular concepts.