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1939 Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry  
In this volume Dr. Rosett has brought to bear upon a consideration of the mental phenomena he names in the title the facts he considers pertinent elicited in the fields of experimental anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, and clinical neurology. Since the book is intended not only for medical men but also for all other intelligent people, he devotes the first half of the book to a lucid exposition of these facts. The welltrained neurologist will be familiar with all of this material and need read
more » ... erial and need read only the brief summary at the end of each of the chapters from II to VIII
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