Channeling of responses elicited by hypothalamic stimulation.

@article{Valenstein1971ChannelingOR,
  title={Channeling of responses elicited by hypothalamic stimulation.},
  author={Elliot S Valenstein},
  journal={Journal of psychiatric research},
  year={1971},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={335-44}
}
SCIENTIFIC discovery, like mining, often progresses on a discontinuous course. Progress in one direction continues until a point of diminishing returns is reached. A new strike may produce a scurry of activity in another direction. The development of different techniques may prompt the reopening of a closed shaft. Only after a period of such exploration may a more complete picture of the field emerge. The history of the hypothalamus seems to be following such a course. Prior to the turn of this… CONTINUE READING

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