GENETICS 2

  1. 1
  2. 1
  3. 1
  4. 1
  5. 1
  6. 1
  7. 1

20. Alpers B. J., Hughes J., Changes in the brain after electrically induced convulsions in cats, Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 47, 385-398 (1942).

20a. Altman L. L., Pratt D., Cotton J. M., Cardiovascular response to acetyl-beta-met hylcholine (Mecholyl) in mental disorders, J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., 97, 296-309 (1943).

21. Altschule M. D., Parkhurst . ., Tillotson . ., Decreases in blood eosinophilic leukocytes after electrically induced convulsions in man, J. Clin. Endocrinol., 9, 440-445 (1949).

22. A ? a ? d . ., b e J. R., Food intake and spontaneous activity of rats with lesions in the amygdaloid nuclei, J. Neurophysiol., 15, 421-430 (1952).

23. An and B. K., Dua S., Stimulation of limbic system of brain in waking animals. Science, 122, 1139 (1955).

24. A ? a ? d B. K., D u a S "Singh ., Electrical activity of the hypothalamic" feeding centres "under the effect of changes in

- Blood chemistry; EEG Clin. Neurophysiol., 13, 54-59 (1961).

25. A ? d e r s ? O. D., The role of the glands of internal secretion in the production of behavioral types in the dog. In Stockard R., The genetic and endocrine basis for differences in form and behavior. Am. Anat. Memoirs, 19, 647-753 (1941).

26. A ? d e r s ? O. D., P a r m e ? t e r R., A long-term study of the experimental neurosis in the sheep and dog, Psyehosom. Med. Monographs, 2, 1-149 (1941).

27. Andersson ., McCann S. M., The effect of hypothalamic lesions on the water intake of the dog, Acta physiol. scandinav. 35, 312-320 (1956).

28. Andersson ., Wyrwicka W., Hypothalami ?, drinking area. Acta physiol. scandinav., 41, 194-198 (1957).

20 *


612 ˲

29. Anders son S., Gernandt . ., Cortical projection of vestibular nerve in cat, Acta oto-laryng., Suppl., 116,10 ^ 18 (1954).

30. A ? d . J., e r t K-. Seizure patterns induced by electrical stimulation of hippocampal formation in the cat, J. Neuropathology a. Exper. Neurol., 14, 19S-213 (1955).

31. Arndt ., Losse .. Hiitwohl G., Vegetative Tonuslage und Hirnstrombild, Medizinische, 16,622-627 (1956).

32. A x A., L u b ., Autonomic responses to sleep deprivation, Arch. Gen. Psychiat., 4, 55-59 (1961).

33. q Z. M., Brouha L., Hey mans C, Reflexes vaso-motcurs d'origine sinocarotidienne chez le chat sympathectomise, R. Soc. Biol., Ill,152-.154 (1932).

34. Ban ., Masai H., Sakai A., Kurotsu ., Experimental studies on sleep by the electrical stimulation of the hypothalamus of rabbits, Med. J. Osaka Univ., 2, 145-161 (1951).

34a. Ban ., Shinoda H., Experimental studies on the relation between the hypothalamus and conditioned reflex, Med. J. Osaka Univ., 7, 643-676 (1956).

35. Bard P., A diencephalic mechanism for the expression of rage with special reference to the sympathetic nervous system, Am. J. Physiol., 84, 490-515 (.1928).

36. Bard P., On emotional expression after decortication with some remarks on certain theoretical views: Part I, Psychol. Rev., 41, 309-329 (1934).

37. Bard P., On emotional expression after decortication with some remarks on certain theoretical views: Part II, Psychol. Rev., 41, 429-449 (1934).

38. Bard P., Central nervous mechanisms for emotional behavior patterns in animals, Res. Publ. a. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 19, 190-218 (1939).

39. Bard P., Central Nervous Mechanisms for the Expression of Anger in Animals. In Feelings and Emotions, Reymert M. L., ed .. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1950.

40. a r d P., M u ? t a s 11 e V. ., Some forebrain mechanisms involved in expression of rage with special reference to supression of angry behavior. Res. Publ. a. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 27, 362-404 (1948).

41. Bard P., R i oc h D. McK-, A study of four cats deprived of neocortex and additional portions of the forebrain, Bull. Johns Hopkins Hosp., 60, 73-, 147 (1937).

42. Bargmann W., Das Zwischenhirn-Hypophysen System, Berlin, Springer, 1954.

43. Barnett S. A., Displacement behavior and psychosomatic disorder, Lancet, 269, 1203-1208 (1955).

44. a 11 J. , W. W., R e i s s M., S a ? d s D. E., Endocrine concomitants of schizophrenia, J. Ment. Sci., 103,240-256 (1957).

45. Baumgarten F., Die Kombination von physiologischer Bela-stung und Entlastung als diagnostisches Prinzip, Z. klin. Med., 152, 174-195 (1953).

46. ??Beach F. A., Effects of cortical lesions upon the copulatory behavior of male rats, J. . Psychol., 29, 193-245 (1940).


˲ 613

47. Beach F. A., Neural and Chemical Regulation of Behavior. In Biological and Biochemical Bases of Behavior, Harlow H. F., Woolsey N., eds., Madison, U. of Wise. Press (1958).

48. Beam J. C, Serial learning and conditioning under real-life stress, J. Abnorm. a. Social Psychol, 51, 543-551 (1955).

49. e a t ? L. E., Herrmann J. D., Hyperthermia following injury of the preoptic region, Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 53, 150- 151 (1945).

49a. Beaton L. E., Leininger C, McKinley W. A., Ma-goun H. W., Ranson S. W., Neurogenic hyperthermia and its treatment with soluble pentobarbital in the monkey, Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 49, 518-536 (1943).

50. Bea 11 i e J., Sheehan D., The effects of hypothalamic stimulation on gastric motility, J. Physiol., 81, 218-227 (1934).

51. Bein H. J., Significance of selected central mechanisms for the analysis of the action of reserpine, Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 61, 4-16 (1955).

52. e i ? H. J., The pharmacology of Rauwolfia, Pharmacol. Rev., 8, 435-483 (1956).

53. e ? d a C. E., Mongolism. In Mental Retardation, Bowman P. W., Mautner H. V., eds., New York, Grime and Stratton, pp. 340-363, I960.

34. Benoi't J., Kehl R., Nouvelles recherches sur les voies nerveu-ses photoreceptrices et hypophysstimulantes chez le canard dome-stique, R. Soc. Biol., 131, 89-93 (1939).

55. Bente D., I til ., Zur Wirkung des Phenothiazinkorpers Me-

gaphen au'f das menschliche Hirnstrornbild, Arzneim. Forsch., 4, 418-423 (1954).

56. Beringer K., Der Meska'linrausch, Berlin, Springer, 1927.

57. Berkeley A. W., Level of aspiration in relation to adrenal cortical activity and the concept of stress, J. . a Physiol. Psychol., 45, 443 ^ 49 (1952).

58. w i t z N. J., Faradic shock treatment of the functional psychoses, Journal-Lancet, 59, 351-355 (1939).

59. Bernhaut M., Gellhorn E., Rasmussen . .. Experimental contributions to the problem of consciousness, J. Neurophy-siol., 16, 21-35 (1953).

60. Bernstein S., Physiological evaluation of psychiatric patients, J. Mt. Sinai Hosp., 24, 14-22 (1957).

61. Bernstein S., Serial observations on the physiological and psychological changes in patients reacting with a depression to reserpine, J. Mt. Sinai Hosp., 24, 89-96 (1957).

62. e x t ? W. H., Some effects of perceptual isolation on human subjects, Doctoral Thesis, McGill Univ., 1953.

63. e x t ? W. H., HeronW, S 11 . ., Effects of decreased variation in the sensory environment, Canad. J. Psychol., 8, 70 76 (1954).

64. i 11 e ? s t e i ? D. C, Leveque T. F., Reorganization of the neurohypophyseal stalk following hypophysectomy in the rat, Endocrinology, 56, 704-717 (1955).

65. Binger A. L "Ackerman N. W., Cohn A. E., Schroe-der H. A., Steele J. M., Personality in Hypertension, Am


˲

Soc. for Res. in Psychosom. Probl., New York, Brunner, 1945.

66. i r z i s L., Hemingway A., Shivering as a result of brain stimulation, J. Neurophysiol., 20, 91-99 (1957).

67. Blalock A., Levy S. E., Studies on the etiology of renal hypertension, Ann. Surg., 106,826-847 (1937).

68. Blomstrand R., Lofgren F., Influence of emotional stress on the renal circulation, Psychosom. Med., 18, 420-426 (1956).

69. lumbers A. G., Mecholyl test, Psychosom. Med., 22, 32-41 (1960).

70. Board F., Wadeson R., Per sky H., Depressive affect and endocrine functions, AMA Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 78, 612-620

(1957).

71. Boernstein W. S., Ueber den Geruchsinn, Dtsch. Z. Nerven-heilk., 104,55-77; 173-207 (1930).

72. BoernsleinW. S., Cortical representation of taste in man and monkey, Yale J. Biol. a. Med., 13, 133-156 (1940).

73. e r ? s t e i ? W. S., Visual images: Induced hallucinations, Trans. N. Y. Aqad. Sci., 20, 72-74 (1957).

74. 11 ? w O. F., Das Wesen dcr Stimmungen, 3rd ed., Frankfurt a / M, Klostcrmann (1956).

75. Bonka lo A. L "Doust J. W., Stokes . ., Physiological concomitants of the phasic disturbances seen in periodic catatonia, Am. J. Psychiat., 112,1,14-122 (1955).

76. ? v a 11 e t M., D e 11 P., H i b e 1 G., Tonus sympathique et activitc electrique corticale, EEG Clin. Neurophysiol .. 6, 119-144 (1954).

77. ? v a 11 e t M., H u g e 1 i ? A., Dell P., Milieu interieur et activite automatique des cellules reticulaires mesencephaliques, J. physiol. Paris. 48, 403 ^ 106 (1956).

78. Booij J., ed., Psychosomatics. Amsterdam, Elvesier, 1957.

79. orison H. L., Role of gastrointestinal innervation in digitalis ernesis, J. Pharmacol, a. Exper. Therap., 104, 396-403 (1952).

80. r i s ? H. L, Effect of ablation of medullary emetic chemo-rcceptor trigger zone on vomiting responses to cerebral intraventricular injection of adrenaline, apomorphine and pilocarpine in the cat, J Physiol, 147,172-177 (1959).

81. Bo vet D., Longo V. G., Silvestrini ., Les methodes d'investigations electrophysiologiques dans l'etude des medicaments tranquillizants. In Psychotropic Drugs, Garattini S., Ghet-ti V., eds., Amsterdam, Elvesier, 1957.

82. Bowman . ., a s a ? i ? J., The sugar content of the blood in emotional states, Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 21, 342-362 (1929).

83. Bradley P. ., Elkes J., The effects of some drugs on the electrical activity of the brain, Brain. 80, 77-117 (1957).

84. r a d 1 e . ., Hance A. J., The effect of chlorpromazine and methopromazine on the electrical activity of the brain in the cat, EEG Clin. Neurophysiol., 9, 191-215 (1957).

?5. Br a d I ey P. ., Key . J., The effect of drugs on arousal res-- ponses produced by electrical stimulation of the reticular formation of the brain, EEG Clin. Neurophysiol., 10, 97-110 (1958). : 86. Bradley P. ., Key B. J., A comparative study of the effects


˲ 615

of drugs on the arousal system of the brain, Brit. J. Pharmacol, a. Chemotherapy, 14, 340-349 (1959). 86a Brady J. V .. Assessment of drug effects on emotional beliavior, Science, 123, 1033-1034 (1956).

87 Brady J. v., Emolional Behavior, Walter Reed Army Inst, of "Res. Report WRAIR-118-57. August (1957).

88 Brady J. V. A review of comparative behavioral pharmacology. Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sei., 66, 719-732 (1957).

89. Brady J. V., The Paleocortex and Behavioral Motivation. In Biological and Biochemical Bases of Behavior, Harlow H. F., Woo'.sey N .. eds "Madison, U. of Wis. Press, pp. 193-235, 1958.

90. Brady J. V., Emotional Behavior. In Handbook of Physiology, Sec. I. NeurophysioL, 3, 1529-1552, Washington, Am. Physiol. Soc, 1960.

91. Brady J. V., Temporal and Emotional Effects Related to Intracranial Electrical Self-Stimulation, In Electrical Studies on the Unanesthe-tized Brain, Ramey E. R., O'Doherty D. S., eds., New York, Hoeber, pp. 52-75, 1960.

92. Bra d J. V .. Hunt H. P .. The effect of electroconvulsive shock on a conditioned emotional response as a function of the temporal distribution of the treatments, J. . a. Physiol. Psychol, 47, 454-457 (11954).

i 93. Brady J. V., Hunt H. F., An experimental approach to the analysis of emotional behavior., J. Psychol., 40, 313-324 (1955).

94. r a dy J. V., Nauta W., Subcortical mechanisms in emotional behavior: Affective changes following septal for brai'n lesions in the albino rat, J. . "Physiol. Psychol., 46, 339-346 (1953)

95.- Brady JV, Schreiner L., Geller I., I i ? g A., Subcortical mechanisms in emotional behavior: The effect of rhinen-cephalic injury upon the acquisition and retention of a conditioned avoidance response in cats, J. . Physiol. Psychol., 47, 179- 186 (1954).

96. Brain Mechanisms and Learning Symposium, Delafresnaye J. F., ed., Oxford, Blackwell, 1961.

97. G. W., Recent Advances in Allergy, London, Blakiston a. Sons (1934).

98. Breitner C, Localised electric stimulation of the diencephalon in the treatment of mental disorder, Dis Nerv. System, 18 (Monogram uppl.); 14-20 (1957).

99. Bremer P., Cerveau isole et physiologie du sommeil. R. soc. biol., 118, 1235-1241 (1935).

100. Bremer F., L'activite electrique de l'ecorce cerebra'.e. Paris. Herman (1938).

101. Bremer F., Anatomophysiologie de la douleur, Acta Neurol. Psychiat. Belg., 54, 771-785 (1954).

102. Bremer F., Stoupel N., Facilitation et inhibition des poten-tiels evoques corticaux dans l'eveil cerebral, Arch, internat. phy-siol., 67, 240-275 (1959).

103. Brobeck J. R., Regulation of Feeding and Drinking. In Handbook of Physiology, Sec. I, NeurophysioL, 2, 1197-1206, Washington, Am. Physiol. Soc. (I960).


61fi ˲

103a. Brobeck J. R., Appetite Regulation. Symp. on Hypothalamic Regulatory Mechanisms. Oral report. Stanford, 1960.

104. a P., Anatomie comparee des circonvolutions cerebrales. Le grand lobe limbique et la soissure lirnbique dans la serie des manniferes, Rev. Anthrop. Ser. 2i, 285-498 (J87?).

105. Brodie . ., Spec tor S., Shore P. A., Interaction of Drugs with the Norepinephrine in the Brain. In: Symposium on Catecholamines Baltimore, Williams a. Wilkins, pp. 548-564, 1959.

106. Brody E. ., Psychologic tension and serum iodine levels in psychiatric patients without evidence of thyroid disease, Psycho-som. Med., II, 70-73 (1949).

107. Bromi ley R. ., a r d P., A study of the effect of estrin on the responses to genital stimulation shown by decapitate and decerebrate female cats, Am. J. Physiol., 129, 318-319 (1940).

108. Br on D. W., Stella G., Afferent impulses in the carotid sinus nerve, J. Cell . . Physiol., I, 113-129 (1932),

109. Br on D W .. Stella G., The response to steady pressures of single end organs in the isolated carotid sinus, Am. J. Physiol., 110, 708-714 (1935).

. rook ha rt J. M., Dey F. L., Ran son S. W., Failure of ovarian hormones to cause mating reactions in spayed guinea pigs with hypothalamic lesions, Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. a. Med., 44, 61-64 (1940).

111. Broser F., Die cerebralen vegetativen Anfalle, Berlin, Springer (1958).

112. Broser F., Zur Klinik vago-vasaler Anfalle mit besonderer Beriicksichtigung der iposttraumatischen Anfallsform, Nervenarzt, 31, 289-295 (1960).

113. Brown E. W., The value of high oxygen in preventing the psychological effects of noxious concentrations of carbon dioxide, U. S. Nav. M. Bull., 28, 523-663 (1930).

114. Brown E. W., The psychophysiological effects of high concentrations of carbon dioxide, U. S. Nav. M. Bull., 28, 721-734 (1930).

115. Brown G. W., Cohen B. D., Avoidance of approach learning motivated by stimulation of identical hypothalamic loci, Am. J. Physiol, 197, 153-157 (1959).

116. Brown S., S chafer E. A., An investigation into -the functions of the occipital and temporal lobes of the monkey's brain, Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc, London, 179B, 303-327 (1888).

117. run R., Allgemeine Neurosenlehre, Basel, Schwabe, 1947.

118. Bruner H., Dietmann K., Klein K. E., Der Sauer-stoffmangeltest, Internat. Z. angew. Physiol, einschl. Arbeitsphy-siol., 18, 1-.12 (1959).

119. Bruner J. S., On perceptual readiness, Psychol. Rev., 64, 123-152 (1957).

120. Bruner J. S "Postman L" Emotional selectivity in perception and reaction, J. Pers., 16, 69-77 (1947).

121. ry son R. W., Martin D. F., 17-ketosteroid excretion in a case of manic-depressive psychosis, Lancet, 2, 365-367 (1954).

122. Buck W., Carscallen H. ., Hobbs G. E., Tempera-


˳ \ 617

hire regulation in schizophrenia, Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 64, 828-842 (1950).

123. Bucy P. C, Kluver H.,. Anatomic changes secondary to temporal lobectomy, Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 44, 1142-1146 (1940).

! 24. Bucy P. , 1 iiver H., An anatomical investigation of the temporal lobe in the monkey, J. . Neurol., 103, 151-252 (1955).

125. Burs ten ., Delgado M. R., Positive reinforcement induced by intracerebral stimulation in the monkey, J. . . Physiol. Psychol., 51, 6-10 (1958).

126. user P., Activites de projection et d'association du neocortex cerebral des mammiferes, J. physio]., Paris, 49, 589-656 (1957).

127. user P., Roger A., ??Interpretation du conditionnement sur la base des donnees eleetroencephalographiques, Premier Congress Internal Sci. Neurol., Pp. 417-444 (1957).

128. Bykow K. M, Grosshirnrinde und innere Organe, Berlin, VEB Verlag (1953).

129. uy ten d i jk F. J., Ober den Schmerz, Psyche, 9, 436-542 (1955).

130. Cajal S. R., Histologie du system nerveaux de I'homme et des vertebres, vol. 2, Paris, Maloine, 1911.

131. Callaway E., Stone G. C, Psychopharmacological theories: A critical review, Clin. Pharmacol, a. Therap., 1, 247-267 (I960).

132. Cannon W. ., The James-Lange theory of emotions: A critical examination and an alternative theory, Am. J. Psychol .. 39, 106-124 (1927).

133. Cannon W. ., Bodily Changes in Pain, Hunger, Fear and "Rage, 2nd ed., New York, Appleton, 1929.

134. Cannon W. ., Again the James-Lange and the thalamic theories of emotion, Psychol. Rev., 38, 281-295 (1931).

135. Cannon W. ., Voodoo Death, Psychosom. Med., 19, 182- 190 (1957).

136. Cannon W. ., Britton S. W., Pseudoaffective mt-dulliad-renal secretion, Am. J. Physiol., 72, 283-294 (1925).

136a. Cardo ., Rapports entre le niveau de vigilance et le conditionnement chez 1'animal, J. Physiol., Paris, 53, 1-212 (1961).

137. Is son A., RosengrenE., BertlerA., NilssonJ., Effect of Reserpin oen the Metabolism of Catechol Amines. In: Psychotropic Drugs, Garattini S., Ghetti V., eds., Amsterdam, Elsevier, pp. 363-372, 1957.

138. Caspers H., Lerche E., Die Bedeutung der Retikularfor-mation des Hirnstammes Fur die Schallwahrnehmung, Z. Laryng. Rhin. Otol., 38, 36-4.1 (1959).

139. Caspers H., W i ? e 1 K., Die Beeinflussung der Grosshirn-rindenrhythmik durch Reizungen im Zwischen- und Mittelhirn bei der Ratte, Arch. ges. Physiol., 259, 334-356 (1954).

140. Cerletti A., Quelques aspects nouveaux de la pharmacologie du systeme nerveux vegetatif, Med. et Hyg., 15, 6 (1957).

141. Cerletti A., Discussion in: Neuro-Psychopharmacology, vol. 1, Proc. of the First Intern. Meeting of Neuro-Psychopharmacol.


(Rome, 1958), Bradley P. .. Deniker P., Radouco-Thomas C.

eels., Amsterdam, Elsevier, pp. 117-123, 1959.

142. Chapman W. P. et al .. Physiological evidence concerning importance of the amygdaloid nuclear region in the integration of circulatory function and emotion in man, Science, 120, 949 950 (1954).

143. Christian J. J "Adrenocortical and gonadal responses of female mice to increased population density, Proc. Soc. Exper.

Biol. a. Med., 104,330-332 (I960).

144. 1 e g h ? R. A "Graham B. F" S a f f r a ? M .. a rn e- ? D. E., A study of the effect of the pituitary ACTH in depressed patients, Canad. M. A., 1., 63, 329-331 (1950).

145. Cline H. S., Freeman H., Resistance to lysergic acid in schizophrenic patients, Psychiat. Quart., 30, 676-683 (1956).

145a. Cobb S., Foundations of Neuropsychiatry, Baltimore, Williams a. Wilkins, 1958.

146. Cobb S .. Some clinical changes in behavior accompanying endocrine disorder, J. Ncrv. a. Ment. Dis., 130, 97- * 10S (I960).

147. Coghill G. E., Anatomy and the Problem of Behavior, London, Cambridge U. Press, 1929.

148. Cohen B. D., Brown G. W., Brown M. L., Avoidance learning motivated by hypothalamic stimulation, Fed. Proc, 15, 37 (1956).

149. oh e ? B. D., L u by E. D .. Rosenbaum G., G 111 i -e b J. S .. Combined Sernyl and sensory deprivation, . Psychiat., I, 345-348 (I960).

150. Cohen S. I., Silverman A. J., Psychophysiological investigation of vascular-response variability, J. Psychosom. Res., 3, 185-210 (1959)

151. Cohen S. 1., Silverman A. J., Burch N. R., A technique for the ass ssment of affect change, J. Nerv. and Ment. Dis., 124,252-260 (1956).

152. Cohen S. I., Silverman A. J "Shmavonian . ., Progress report to U. S. Public Health Service, 1961.

153. Cole J., Glees P., Ritalin as an antagonist to reserpine in monkeys. Lancet, 270, 338 (1956).

154. Connell P. A., Amphetamine Psychosis, London, Chapman (1958).

155. Conway J., Vascular reactivity in experimental hypertension measured after hexamethonium. Circulation, 17, 807-810 (1958).

156. Cordeau J. P .. Mancia M., Evidence for the existence of an electroencephalograph ^ synchronization mechanism in the lower brain stem, EEC Clin. Neurophysiol., 11, 551-564 (1959).

157. Courvoisier S ,, Pharmacodynamic basis for the use of ch.orpromazine in psychiatry, J. Clin. a. Exper. Psychopath., 17, 25-37 (19-56).

157a. Courvoisier S., Fourncl J., Ducrot R., 1 s ., Koetschet P., Properties pharniacodynamiques du chlorhyd-rate de cloro-3- (dimelhylamino-3-propy!) - 10-phenothiazine

(4560 RP). Arch, internal, pharmacodyii., 92, 305-361 (1953).

| 58. Cranswick E. H., Tracer iodine studies on thyroid activity


˲ 6 |

and responsiveness in schizophrenia, Am. J. Psychiat .. 112,170- 178 (1955).

159. Creed R. S., Denny-Brown D., Eccles J. C. Lid-dell E. G., Sherrington C. S "Reflex Activity of the Spinal Cord, London, Oxford U. Press, 1932.

160. Creu tzfeld t ., i tn t H., Konyergenz und Beein-flussung von Impulscn aus der Retina und unspecifischen Thala-inuskernen, Arch. Psychiat., 196,520-538 (1958).

161. Curtis G. C, Cleghorn R. A., Sourkes T. L., The relationship between affect and the excretion of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and 17-hydro. \ Ycori: costiro: ds, J. Psychosom. Res., 4, 176-184 (1960).

162. D a 1 D. D., Y s s R. E., Electroencephalogram in narcolepsy, EEG Clin. Nciiroiphysiol., 9, 109-120 (1957).

163. D arrow W., Emotion as relative functional decortication: The role of conflict, Psychol. Rev., 42, 566-678 (1935).

164. D arrow W., The galvanic skin reflex (sweating) and blood pressure as preparatory and facilitative functions, Psychol. Bull., 33, 73-94 (1936).

165. D arrow C. W., Gellhorn E., The effects of adrenaline on the reflex excitability of the autonomic nervous system, Am. J. Physiol., 127,243-2: 51 (1939).

166. Das N. N "Dasgupta S. R., Werner G" Changes in behavior and electroencephalogram in rhesus monkeys caused by chlorpromazine. Bull. Calcutta Sen. Trop. Med., 1, 5 ^ 6 (1954).

167. Dasgupta S. R., Mukherjee K. L., Werner G., The. activity of some central depressant drugs in acute decorticate

and diencephalic preparations, Arch, internet, pharmacodyn., 97,. 149-156 (1954).

168. Dasgupta S. R., Werner G., Inhibition of hypothalamic, medullary and reflex vasomotor responses by chlorpromazine, Brit. J. Pharmacol., 9, 389-391 (1954).

169. Davidson J. M, Ganong W. F., The effect of hypothalamic lesions on the testes and prostate of male dogs, Endocrinology, 66, 480-488 (1960).

170. Davis D. R., The Psychologist and Experimental Stress in Man. In: The Nature of Stress Disorder, Springfield, 111., Thomas, pip. 81-87, 1959.

171. Davis J. M, Mc Court W. F "Solomon P., The effect of visual stimulation on hallucinations and other mental experiences during sensory deprivation, Am. J. Psychiat., 116,889- 892 (1960).

172. Davis L "Cleveland D., Ingram W. R., Carbohydrate metabolism. The effect of hypothalamic lesions and stimulation of the autonomic nervous system, Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 33, 592-614 (1935).

173. Dear W. E-, Guillemiu R .. Adrenal sensitivity to ACTH as a function of time after hypothalamic lesion and after hypophy-scctomy. Proc. Soc. Exper. "Biol. A. Med .. 103, 356-358 (1959).

174. Debcnham G., Hill D., Sargent W., S 1 ater E., Treatment of war neurosis. Lancet, 240, 107- ^ 109 (1941).


20

˲

175. D e Jong H. H "Experimental Catatonia, Ballimore, Williams a. Wilkins, 1945.

176. Delgado J. M. R., Electronic command of movement and behavior, Trans. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 21, 689-699 (! 959).

177. Delgado J. M. R., Emotional behavior in animals and humans, Psychiat. Res. Reports, Am. Psychiat. Ass., 12, 259-266

(1960).

178. Delgado J. M. R.,. H a m 1 i ? H., Spontaneous and Evoked Electrical Seizures in Animals and Humans. In: Electrical Studies on the Unanesthetized Brain, Ramey E. R., O'Doherty D. S., eds., New York, Hoe.ber, pp. 133-152, 1960.

179. Delgado J. M. R., Rosvold H. E., Looney E., Evoking conditioned fear by electrical stimulation of subcortical structures in the monkey brain, J. . a. Physiol. Psychol., 49, 373- 380 (1956).

180. D e 1 i u s L., Beiirage zur pathologischen Physiologie und zur Klinik beginnender Herz- und Kreislaufstorungen, Arch. Krcisla-ufforsoh., 11, 106 (1942).

181. Dell P. C, Some basic mechanisms of the translation of bodily needs into behavior, Ciba Found. Symp. Neurological Basis of Behavior, Boston, Little, Brown, pp. 187-201, 1958.

182. Dell P., Intervention of an Adrenergic Mechanism During Brain Stem Reticular Activation, In: Adrenergic Mechanisms, Wolsten-holme G., and 0 "Connor M., eds., Boston, Little, Brown, pp. 393-409, 1960.

183. Dell P., Olson R., Projections secondares mesencephaliques dieneephaliques et amygdaliennes des afferences viscerales vaga-les. R. Soc. Biol., Paris, 145, 1088-1091 (1951).

184. D'E 1 s e F. C, Solomon H. C, Use of carbon dioxide mixtures in stupors occurring in psychoses, Arch. Neurol, a. Psychiat., 29, 213-230 (1933).

185. Dement W " 1 e i t'm a ? N .. Cyclic variations in EEG during sleep and their relation to eye movements, body motility, and dreaming, FEG Clin. Neurophysiol., 9, 673-690 (1957).

185a. de Molina F. A., Hunsperger R. W., Central representation of affective reactions in forebrain and brain stem: electrical stimulation of amygdala, stria terminalis, and adjacent structures, J. Physiol .. 14, 251-265 (1959).

186 Dempsey E. W., M r i s ? R. S., The production of rhythmically recurrent cortical potentials after localised thalamic stimulation, Am. J. Physiol., 135, 293-300 (1942).

187. Dempsey E. W., Rioch D. M., The localization in the brain stem of the oestrous responses of the female guinea pig, J. Neurophysiol .. 2, 9-18 (1939).

188. Desmedt J. E "Franken L., Synergie reticulo-corhcale. First Internat. Congr. Neurol, sci., 3, 356-360 (1959).

189. Desmedt J. E., Mechelse K., Suppression of acoustic input by thalamic stimulation, Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. a. Med., 99, 772-775 (1958).

190. De Wied D., J i nks R., Effect of chlorpromazine on antidiuretic response to novious stimuli. Proc. Soc. Exper. Biol. a. Med .. 99, 44-45 (1958).


˲ 621

191. D i 1 . A., Wood J. A., DixonH. H., Electromyographic studies on meprobamafe and the working, anxious patient, Ann. N. Y. Acad. Sci., 67. 780-788 (1957).

192. Di Mascio A., Grcenblalt M., H d e R. W., Study of the effects of LSD: Physiological and psychological changes and their interrelations, Am. J. Psychiat., 114, 309-317 (1957).

193. Dirk van Peenen P. F., Way E. L "The effect of certain central nervous system depressants on pituitary-adrenal activating agents, J. Pharmacol, a. Expcr. Therap., 120, 261-267 (1957).

194. Doty R. W., Beck E. C, Kooi K. A., Effect of brain stem lesions on conditioned responses of cats, Exper. Neurol., 1, 360 ^ 385 (1959).

195. Doust J. W. L., Acute effects of histamine in psychiatric patients, Dis. Nerv. System, 14, 259-268 (1953).

196. Dragstedt L. R., A concept of the etiology of gastric and duodenal ulcer, Am. J. Roentgenol., 75, 219-229 (1956),

197. Dragstedt L. R., Peptic ulcer- and abnormality in the mechanism of gastric secretion. Bull. Alumni Assn. Northwestern Univ. Med. School, 14, 2- (1958).

198. Dragstedt L. R., Oberhelman H. A., Evans S. O., R i g 1 e r S. P., Antrum hyperfunction and gastric ulcer, Ann. Surg., 140, 396-404 (1954).

199. Dragstedt L. R., Oberhelman H. A., Smith . ., Experimental hyperfunction of the gastric antrum with ulcer formation. Ann. Surg., 134, 332-?45 (1951).

200. Dragstedt L. R., Ragins H, Evans S. O., Stress and duodenal ulcer, Ann. Surg., 144, 450-463 (1956).




GENETICS 4 | GENETICS 5 | GENETICS 6 | GENETICS 7 | A BEGINNER'S GUIDE | : , ͪ | | | | |

© um.co.ua -