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The Cerebellar System and What it Signifies from a Biological Perspective, by Professor Christofredo Jakob (English Translation)
The paper is an English translation of Christofredo Jakob’s 1938 lecture on cerebellar neurobiology, rendered from the original Spanish text. Communicated at the special sessions of the Society of… Expand
Garth J. Thomas, Physiological Psychologist: An Appraisal of His Contributions to Memory Research
This note is a tribute to Garth J. Thomas (1916-2008), late Professor of Brain Research at the University of Rochester, New York. Thomas was an influential psychologist, albeit for his research in… Expand
Commentary on “The Cerebellar System and What it Signifies from a Biological Perspective: A Communication by Christofredo Jakob (1866–1956) Before the Society of Neurology and Psychiatry of Buenos…
This commentary highlights a “cerebellar classic” by a pioneer of neurobiology, Christfried Jakob. Jakob discussed the connectivity between the cerebellum and mesencephalic, diencephalic, and… Expand