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The Relation of the Motor Endings on the Muscle of the Frog
to Neighboring Structures. By JOHN GORDON WILSON,
tory of the University of Chicago. With Plates I and II. Space Perception of Tortoises. By ROBERT M. YERKES. From the Harvard Psychological Laboratory.
17 A Note on the Significance of the Form and Contents of the
Nucleus in the Spinal Ganglion cells of the Foetal Rat.
of the University of Chicago. With Plates III and IV. 27 An Establishment of Association in Hermit Crabs, Eupagurus
longicarpus. By E. G. SPAULDING, Ph.D. (Bonn). Col.
The Mid-Winter Meetings.
Animal Education, 70—Metaphysics in Comparative Psychology, 72— Claparède on Animal Consciousness, 74—The Measurement of Mental Traits, 76—Are Sounds, Made in the Air, Audible in the Water ? 80–Edinger and Wallenberg's Bericht, 81–Substitution of Function after Nerve Anastomosis, 81– The Cerebral Commissures Again, 81-The Homologies of the Cerebellar Fissures, 82-Mendel and Jacobsohn's Jahresbericht, 83-Allis on the Anatomy of the Mackerel, 83.
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(Continuing the Journal of Comparative Neurology.)
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