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Origins of neuroscience : a history of explorations into brain function / Stanley Finger; Finger, Stanley; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994; Includes original dust jacket;""Includes bibliographical references and index"";""The brain in antiquity -- Changing concepts of brain function -- The era of cortical localization -- Holism and the critics of cortical localization -- Vision : from antiquity through the Renaissance -- Post-Renaissance visual anatomy and physiology -- Color vision -- The ear and theories of hearing -- Audition and the central nervous system -- The cutaneous senses -- Pain -- Gustation -- Olfaction -- The pyramidal system and the motor cortex -- The cerebellum and the corpus striatum -- Some movement disorders -- The process of sleep -- The nature of dreaming -- Theories of emotion from Democritus to William James -- Defining and controlling the circuits of emotion -- Intellect and the brain -- The frontal lobes and intellect -- The nature of the memory trace -- The neuropathology of memory -- Speech and language -- The emergence of the concept of cerebral dominance -- Expansion of the concept of cerebral dominance -- Treatments and therapies : from antiquity through the seventeenth century -- Treatments and therapies : from 1700 to World War I"";""With over 350 illustrations

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