W.G. King, S. Monckton Copeman
1920 The Lancet  
1239 in his writings, and I imagine every psychologist would predicate important modifications of the nervous impulses in the cerebral centres, and some portion of the cortex as the sole nervous mechanism concerned in the conscious appreciation of the transformed impulses. With regard to tests for colour-blindness I freely admit that I have personally adopted a perhaps too cautious and conservative attitude to innovations. Con-
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