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A Theory concerning the Physical Conditions of the Nervous System which are Necessary for the Production of States of Melancholia, Mania, etc.

  • John Turner (a1)
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Very perplexing to the student of insanity is the question as to how states of exaltation or depression arise. On the physical side to what changes in the nervous system do they correspond? And are these changes localised in different parts of the nervous system in mania and in melancholia; and, if so, what is the site whose disarrangement issues in exaltation or depression?

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A Theory concerning the Physical Conditions of the Nervous System which are Necessary for the Production of States of Melancholia, Mania, etc.

  • John Turner (a1)
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