By G. E. W. and O'Connor, C. M. (Eds.) Wolstenholme
Chapter 1 Chairman's commencing comments (pages 1–3): G. W. Harris
Chapter 2 Early improvement of principles concerning the brain with the mind (pages 4–27): H. W. Magoun
Chapter three The Behaviour of Nerve Cells (pages 28–54): J. C. Eccles
Chapter four The Behaviour of Chronically Decerebrate Cats (pages 55–75): Philip Bard and Martin B. Macht
Chapter five An Appraisal of the results of Diencephalic Stimulation of wide awake Animals by way of general Behaviour (pages 76–89): B. Andersson, P. A. Jewell and S. Larsson
Chapter 6 the consequences Upon Behaviour of Lesions within the Dorsomedial and Anterior Thalamic Nuclei of Cat and Monkey (pages 90–104): J. B. Brierley and Elisabeth Beck
Chapter 7 Correlated results in Behaviour and electric mind task Evoked via Stimulation of the Reticular process, Thalamus and Rhinencephalon within the awake Animal (pages 105–123): Marcel Monnier and R. Tissot
Chapter eight Selective results of Drives and medicine on “Reward” structures of the mind (pages 124–148): J. Olds
Chapter nine The function of the Temporal Cortex in keep in mind of prior adventure and Interpretation of the current (pages 149–174): Wilder Penfield
Chapter 10 “The Temporal Lobe Syndrome” Produced by means of Bilateral Ablations (pages 175–186): Heinrich Kluver
Chapter eleven a few uncomplicated Mechanisms of the interpretation of physically wishes into Behaviour (pages 187–203): P. C. Dell
Chapter 12 Neurological foundation of Responses to emphasize (pages 204–221): C. P. Richter
Chapter thirteen The Rhinencephalon and behavior (pages 222–235): John D. Green
Chapter 14 Neurological website of motion of Stilboestrol in Eliciting Sexual Behaviour (pages 236–254): G. W. Harris, G. W. Harris, R. P. Michael and Patricia P. Scott
Chapter 15 a few facets of the Neurophysiological foundation of Conditioned Reflexes and behavior (pages 255–276): Henri Gastaut
Chapter sixteen styles of Cortical Neuronal Discharge in the course of Conditioned Responses IN Monkeys (pages 277–294): H. Jasper, G. F. Ricci and B. Doane
Chapter 17 task of Cortical Neurones with regards to Behaviour, as Studied with Microelectrodes in Unrestrained Cats (pages 295–302): J. L. Malcolm
Chapter 18 Drug results in terms of Receptor Specificity in the mind: a few facts and Provisional formula (pages 303–336): J. Elkes
Chapter 19 mind Enzymes and Adaptive Behaviour (pages 337–358): Mark R. Rosenzweig, David Krech and Edward L. Bennett
Chapter 20 The Relevance of a few Neurophysiological information to behavior issues (pages 359–387): S. L. Sherwood
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