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" In speaking of memory, he says, that " no author of the present day would be likely to insist on one special seat of memory, for memory is the common property of all cortical cells and fibres, which are able to receive and conduct external stimuli of... "
Psychiatry ; a clinical treatise on diseases of the fore-brain based upon a ... - Page 149
by Theodor Meynert - 1885 - 285 pages
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The Medical library. v.4, Volume 4, Issues 1-2

1886
...the brain exists independently of the presence or absence of mind." In speaking of memory, he says, that "no author of the present day would be likely...memory is the common property of all cortical cells and fibers, which are liable to receive and conduct external stimuli of all sorts." The inheritance of...
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The Popular Science Monthly, Volume 31

Science - 1887
...cortex, and nowhere in particular." "I wish to add, In oorroboration of this view," says Meynert, •• that no author of the present day would be likely...to insist on one special seat of memory. for memory la the common property of all cortical cell* and fibers, which are able to receive and conduct external...
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Physician and Surgeon: A Professional Medical Journal, Volume 9

Medicine - 1887
...in the cerebral cortex and nowhere in particular," and corroborates this view in this statement; " memory is the common property of all cortical cells and fibres which are able to receive and conduct external stimuli of all sorts." The author shows that memory is a cortical...
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Physician and Surgeon, Volume 9

1887
...in the cerebral cortex and nowhere in particular," and corroborates this view in this statement; " memory is the common property of all cortical cells and fibres which are able to receive and conduct external stimuli of all sorts." The author shows that memory is a cortical...
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Mental Physiology: Especially in Its Relations to Mental Disorders

Theophilus Bulkeley Hyslop - Brain - 1895 - 552 pages
...the cerebral cortex, and nowhere in particular," and Meynert corroborates this view by adding, that Memory is the common property of all cortical cells and fibres which are able to receive and conduct external stimuli of all sorts. We know that stimulation of the afferent...
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The Medical Bulletin: A Monthly Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Volume 8

Medicine - 1886
...the brain exists independently of the presence or absence of mind." In speaking of memory, he says, that " no author of the present day would be likely...common property of all cortical cells and fibres, which are able to receive and conduct external stimuli of all sorts.'* The inheritance of physiognomical...
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Organic Memory: History and the Body in the Late Nineteenth & Early ...

Laura Otis - Literary Criticism - 1994 - 297 pages
...appears to have thought more along the lines of association, writing in the introduction to his textbook that "no author of the present day would be likely...memory is the common property of all cortical cells and fibers which are able to receive and conduct external stimuli of all sorts" (149). Regardless of the...
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