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On the Localisation of Cerebral Function: A Reply to Dr. Joseph Shaw Bolton

  • Alfred W. Campbell
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In his paper on “Amentia and Dementia “Dr. Bolton has intercalated such a vigorous dissent from some of my speculations on the localisation of cerebral function, and a complaint so bitter of my criticism of some of his earlier researches, that I am forced to offer a defensive response.

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(1) Discussing the degrees of fibre endowment of different cortical regions, Kaes writes: “Als faserarmster Bezirk muss die ganze vorderste Stirne auf der Convexitat bezeichnet werden” (Archiv fur Psychiatre, Band xxv, Heft 3, p. 757).

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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On the Localisation of Cerebral Function: A Reply to Dr. Joseph Shaw Bolton

  • Alfred W. Campbell
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