The Cerebral Cortex During Unconsciousness

@inproceedings{WorrallTheCC,
  title={The Cerebral Cortex During Unconsciousness},
  author={R. L. Worrall}
}
A critical review of the theory of conditioned reflexes, with reference to the symptoms of epilepsy and narcolepsy. IN view of the recent experimental and clinical work on brain function, it is perhaps permissible to raise the question of consciousness and unconsciousness in a form devoid of speculative ideas based on introspection. The brain researches of Pavlov and the clinical studies of Kinnier Wilson have important points of contact, already indicated by the latter in his Modern Problems… CONTINUE READING

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THE CEREBRAL COORTEX DURING UNCONSCIOUSNESS

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