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This book is written by a former pupil of Pavlov's working in Poland, whose laboratory was destroyed and whose researches were interrupted by the war. The intention of the author is shown by his dedication to Pavlov and Sherrington: ". . . In the hope that this work will do something to bridge the gulf between their respective achievements."
It is not a book for the amateur or general reader, but is only for those who are already deeply steeped in either Pavlovian tradition or neurophysiological work. The author takes up in detail the basic concepts of Pavlov which he
Conditioned Reflexes and Neuron Organization.. Ann Intern Med. 1949;31:1133. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-31-6-1133_1
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