Brain, mind, and medicine: Charles Richet and the origins of physiological psychology

@article{Smith1994BrainMA,
  title={Brain, mind, and medicine: Charles Richet and the origins of physiological psychology},
  author={Roger Smith},
  journal={Medical History},
  year={1994},
  volume={38},
  pages={216 - 216}
}
that time not given the credit that they now receive. Garrod was an individual who was far ahead of his time. He owed much to fellow scientists such as Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, whom he had known at Guy's Hospital before he went to Cambridge. There was also a close affinity between his own ideas and those of J. B. S. Haldane. On a personal level it is not surprising that in later life he became somewhat withdrawn, but he always inspired the greatest respect and regard for his scientific… CONTINUE READING

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