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Reviews 37 studies relating to tropisms and instinctive activities published in 1916-1917. Summarizes findings related to chemotropism and feeding reactions, light reaction, geotropism and rheotropism, color changes and melanophore reactions, rhythms and periodic activities and miscellaneous...
Reviews the book "The Animal Mind. A Text-book of Comparative Psychology" by Margaret Floy Washburn . The second edition of this text represents considerable revision. The reviewer describes the changes that have been made. According to the reviewer, practically all students of animal behavior...
Reviews 15 studies relating to reflex mechanisms and physiology of nerve and muscle, published from 1916-18. Indicate (a) conduction of the nervous impulse (b) separate contraction of isolated muscle fibers (c) summation in the claw mechanism of Astacus (d) action currents of human muscles in...
Reviews 38 studies related to sensory physiology of vertebrates published from 1916-1918. Differential sensitivity using discrimination method, studies related to tactile sensitivity, sensitivity to chemicals, static and auditory sensitivity, sensitivity to light have been reported.
Reviews 12 studies on the neuron, published from 1914-1917. Indicate (a) Controversy of the relation of endocellular network of Golgi and trophospongium of Holmgren (b) Effect of experimental traumatism of the cerebrum on the reticular apparatus in the cortical cells (c) The riddle of the...
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