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This book consists of three essays: (1) Brain Mechanism of Coronary Disease, and two appendices; (2) From the Conditioned Reflex to the Science of Brain Dynamics; (3) Reflexologic Bases of Personality. The main section (pages 1-87) relates coronary disease to a violation of conditional reflex principles; analyzes the rapid increase of coronary disease; recommends therapy based on the described principles. For his principles Ischlondsky takes the ones on which Pavlov placed the chief emphasis, viz., irradiation of excitation and inhibition and induction (which to Ischlondsky is the most important). This can be illustrated as follows: excitation may spread in the
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Brain and Behaviour:. Ann Intern Med. 1953;39:158–160. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-39-1-158_2
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