Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior the Hixon Symposium

By Lloyd A. Jeffress; California Institute of Technology Hixon Fund | Go to book overview

Name Index
(The names of the speakers at the symposium are set in capital and small capital letters. Italicized page numbers are the pages on which there are bibliographical items.)
Ackerly, S., 266
Adrian, E. D., 94, 95, 141, 209, 229, 235, 281, 290
Akelaitis, A. J., 132, 135
Alcmaeon, 43
Allen, W. F., 178
Allers, W. D., 137
Alles, G. A., 197, 198
Asch, S. E., 243
Bailey, P., 51, 250, 270
Bard, P., 178
Barker, S. H., 57
Barrera, S. E., 166, 179
Bartelmez, G. W., 269
Bartley, S. H., 95, 96
Beadle, G. W., 269, 270
Becher, E., 130, 135
Bell, C., 57
Bender, M. B., 242
Berger, H., 235, 290
Bernard, C., 193, 194
Berry, C. M., 179
Bethe, A., 123, 135, 141
Bigelow, J., 57
Binet, A., 245, 246, 247, 263, 270
Bishop, G. H., 95, 100
Bleuler, E., 299
Bohr, N., 292
Bonin, G. von, 50, 51, 250
Boole, G., 106
Boring, E. G., 117, 135, 144, 300
Breasted, J. H., 244, 245, 270
Bremer, F., 141
Broca, P., 120
Brodal, A., 164, 179
Brookhart, J. M., 179
BROSIN, H. W., 63, 69, 72, 77, 79, 82- 83, 89, 99, 106, 182, 289-300
Brown, Sanger, 152, 153, 179
Brown, T. Graham, 85, 126, 127, 135
Brunswik, E., 261, 270
Bubnoff, N., 56
Bucy, P. C., 151, 163, 179, 180, 181
Buddenbrock, W. von, 123, 135
Bullock, T. H., 81
Bush, V., 5
Cajal, R. y S., 51, 55, 57, 60
Cannon, W. B., 48
Caspersson, T., 270
Cattell, J. McK., 281
Chaikoff, I. L., 164, 179
Chamberlain, A. F., 112, 135
Clark, A. J., 178, 179, 198
Clark, W. E. Le Gros, 131, 135
Coghill, G. E., 141
Conel, J. L., 247, 271, 278, 279
Craik, G. L., 40, 40
Crosby, E. C., 271
Culler, E. A., 60, 138
Cushing, H., 297
Darwin, C., 251
Degkwitz, R., 169, 179
De Jong, H., 167, 179
Denny-Brown, D., 179
Dey, F. L., 165, 179
Dick, F. M., 182
Dinnerstein, D., 229
Dusser de Barenne, J. G., 52, 280
Ehrlich, G., 76
Emerson, E., 282
Emery, D., 230
Epstein, I., 118, 135
Ferraro, A., 166, 179

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