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Cerebral mechanisms in behavior; the Hixon symposium.

Jeffress, Lloyd A. (Lloyd Alexander), 1900- ;California Institute of Technology. Hixon Fund.

New York, Wiley [1951]

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  • Title:
    Cerebral mechanisms in behavior; the Hixon symposium.
  • Author/Creator: Jeffress, Lloyd A. (Lloyd Alexander), 1900-
  • California Institute of Technology. Hixon Fund.
  • Variant Title: Hixon symposium.
  • Publisher: New York, Wiley
  • Creation Date: [1951]
  • Language: English
  • Physical Description: xiv, 311 p. illus., group port. 24 cm.
  • Bibliography: Includes bibliographies.
  • Subjects: Psychophysiology
  • Notes: Includes bibliographies.
  • Contents: The general and logical theory of automata, by J. von Neumann.
    Why the mind is in the head, by W. S. McCulloch.
    The problem of serial order in behavior, by K. S. Lashley.
    Functional differences between the occipital and temporal lobes with special reference to the interrelations of behavior and extracerebral mechanisms, by H. Klüver.
    Relational determination in perception, by W. Köhler.
    Brain and intelligence, by W. C. Halstead.
    The symposium from the viewpoint of a clinician, by H. W. Brosin.
  • Identifier: LCCN52006319