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Flexion‐reflex of the limb, crossed extension‐reflex, and reflex stepping and standing
  • C. Sherrington
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 26 April 1910
II. Reflex-movements accessory to the flexion-reflex: crossed extensionreflex: its reflex-figure: principles of coordination exhibited: receptive-field: rebound extension .55 III. Flexion-reflex andExpand
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On the Regulation of the Blood‐supply of the Brain
ONE marked characteristic of the literature dealing with the cerebral circulation is, we think, the contradictory nature of the results which have been obtained by different investigators. There isExpand
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Integrative Action of the Nervous System
Volume 1. Introduction Nick Wade Containing the Nervous System [1803] Idea of a New Anatomy of the Brain [1811], both by Charles Bell Volume 2. Dr F.J. Gall's System of the Functions of the Brain,Expand
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Remarks on some Aspects of Reflex Inhibition
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The following remarks venture to devise for reflex inhibition yet another schema additional to the several existent, they do so with full recognition of the value and service of schemes already (4, 13, 14, 17, 22, 42) in the field. Expand
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Observations on the scratch‐reflex in the spinal dog
  • C. Sherrington
  • Medicine, Chemistry
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 13 March 1906
THE scratch-reflex of the 'spinal' dog can be elicited by electrical stimuli' as well as by mechanical of the kinds previously described2 as efficient for it. It was noted in a former papers that theExpand
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Decerebrate Rigidity, and Reflex Coordination of Movements
  • C. Sherrington
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 17 February 1898
IN a communication to the Royal Society in 18961 I described under the name decerebrate rigidity a condition of long-maintained muscular contraction supervening on removal of the cerebralExpand
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Notes on the Arrangement of some Motor Fibres in the Lumbo‐Sacral Plexus
  • C. Sherrington
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 1 October 1892
AT the commencement of some observations on the reflex mechanisms of the spinal cord in the Monkey, I was met by difficulties which made it desirable to attempt for that animal a somewhat particularExpand
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Qualitative difference of spinal reflex corresponding with qualitative difference of cutaneous stimulus
  • C. Sherrington
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The Journal of physiology
  • 24 August 1903
QUALITATIVE differences between spinal reflexes provoked from the skin are usually distinguished only in so far as dependent on differences in the regional locus of their initiation. TheExpand
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