Perspectives in neuropsychiatry; essays presented to Professor Frederick Lucien Golla by past pupils and associates.
- London, H. K. Lewis, 1950.
viii, 236 p. ill. cm.
- Golla, Frederick Lucien.
- The anatomical perspective in neuropsychiatry, by W.E. Le Gros Clark.
Anatomical lessons from prefrontal leucotomy, by A. Meyer.
Neural nets and the integration of behaviour, by M.A.B. Brazier.
Electroencephalography as an instrument of research in psychiatry, by D. Hill.
Features in electro-physiology of mental mechanisms, by W.G. Walter.
The cerebral mechanism of intelligent action, by W.R. Ashby.
The biochemistry of cerebral function, by D. Richter.
Perspectives in the endocrinology and pathophysiology of mental disturbances, by R.E. Hemphill and M. Reiss.
The concept iof the schema in neurology and psychiatry, by W.R. Brain.
The relationship of mind and matter to personality, by E.L. Hutton.
Perspectives in psychiatric genetics, by E.T.O. Slater.
Forensic psychiatry: retrospect and prospect, by Sir N. East.
Aims and methods of treatment, by W. Sargant.
Mental hospital problems, by R. Gjessing.
- Includes bibliographies.
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