1887 Journal of the American Medical Association  
accompanying conditions resulting from the lesion on the opposite side of the brain, but also a certain diminution of strength in the limbs of the other side ; a condition which is not entirely due to the general loss of physical power present. The phenomena exhibited in certain cases of unilateral spasm seem also to be related to this subject. Experiments such as those of Dr. Randolph are not only of great interest in connection with pure physiology, but also in connection with
more » ... , or physiological psychology, which is now receiving more and more attention, and on which Prof. Ladd, of Yale, has recently written a most valuable book.
doi:10.1001/jama.1887.02391430015005 fatcat:uzdwbf4rrraljim5srbgaayuqy