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Importance of Stimulus in Repair and Decay of the Nervous System

  • F. W. Mott
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The title of my paper is almost a platitude, for we all know from experience that stimulus is essential for the generation and regeneration of nerve structures and function; and that the importance of stress (excess of stimulus) incidental to modern civilisation and town life in the production of nervous diseases and insanity is beyond dispute; yet when we are asked to give precise data to prove these premises, the matter is not so easy.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Importance of Stimulus in Repair and Decay of the Nervous System

  • F. W. Mott
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