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An Inquiry into the Blood and Urine of the Insane

  • W. Johnson Smyth (a1)

The brain is, in man, the material substratum of mind. Professor Huxley teaches that mind is as much a function of matter as motion is. However this may be, certain it is that mental processes can be altered or even arrested by artificially altering the physical condition of the brain.

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Two essays, those of Dr. Johnson Smyth and of Dr. Mackenzie, were adjudged equal and deserving of the medal and prize of the Association. Not having space for both, we print that of Dr. Johnson Smyth, which came first to hand.—Eds.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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An Inquiry into the Blood and Urine of the Insane

  • W. Johnson Smyth (a1)
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