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The Morphology of the Vertebrate Head from the Viewpoint of the Func-

tional Divisions of the Nervous System. By J. B. JOHNSTON.

(From the Zoological Laboratory of West Virginia University.) With

Plates I to IV.

Literary Notices.

Number 4, July, 1905.

The Sense of Hearing in Frogs. By Robert M. YERKES. (From the

Harvard Psychological Laboratory.) With seven figures in the text.

The Reactions of Ranatra to Light. By. S. J. HOLMES. (From the

Zoological Laboratory of the University of Michigan.) With six fig-

ures in the text.

Literary Notices.

No. 5, September, 1905.

A Study of the Functions of Different Parts of the Frog's Brain. By WIL-

HELM LOESER, M.D. (From the Physiological Laboratory of the Uni-

versity of Kansas.)

The Central Gustatory Paths in the Brains of Bony Fishes. By C. JUDSON

HERRICK. (Studies from the Neurological Laboratory of Denison

University. No. XVIII.)

Literary Notices.

Number 6, November, 1905.

Some Cellular Changes in the Primary Optic Vesicles of Necturus. By

CLARENCE LOEB, A.M., M.D. St. Louis. (From the Anatomical Lab.

oratory, St. Louis University.) With Plate V.

Some Results of a Study of Variation and Correlation in Brain-Weight.


The Relation Between the Occurrence of White Rami Fibers and the Spin-

al Accessory Nerve. By A. H. Roth, A.B., M.D., Instructor of

Anatomy in the University of Michigan. (With an Addendum by J.

PLAYFAIR McMurrich.) With one figure.

Respiration and Emotion in Pigeons. By JOHN E. Rouse. (From the

Harvard Psychological Laboratory.)

The Effect of the Bearing of Young upon the Body-weight and the

Weight of the Central Nervous System of the Female White Rat.

By John B. WATSON. (From the Neurological Laboratory of the

University of Chicago.) With Plate VI.


The Work of Carl Wernicke.

Papers on Reactions to Electricity in Unicellular Organisms. By. H. S.


Literary Notices.



Author's names are in small caps. References to subjects and
authors of original articles are marked with an asterisk.

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A crididae, functions of nervous sys- Birds, inheritance of song in, 174.


, 80.

Amoeba, reactions of, 170.

BIRUKOFF, B. Theory of galvanotaxis,

* Action, instinctive, 144.


*genetic relations of, 132.

BOINET, E. Evolution of medical doc-

AGABABOW, A. Nerves of the sclera, 70. trines, 458.

Amphibia, eyes of, 163.

Bon, G. LE. Psychology of education,

Amphioxus, nervous system of, 350.


Anatomy, of head and neck, 67. Brain, anatomy of, 160.

ANDERSON, H. K. (and LANGLEY). of Egyptians, 160.

Regeneration in nerves, 75.

*morphology of, 175.

Union of nerve fibers, 74.

*international commission, 62.

ANDREWS, E. A. Breeding habits of *weight, variation and correlation,

crayfish, 79.


*Animal behavior, 98, 132, 174.

BRESSLER, J. Mental diseases, 541.

Anodonta, visceral ganglia of, 352. BURKHOLDER, J. F. Anatomy of brain,

Audition in fishes, 166.


*in frog, 279.

Axis cylinder, area of in spinal nerves, 1. Camus, J. and Pagnie?, PH. Neur-

asthenia and hysteria, 76.

BALLOWITZ, E. Olfactory cells of Cardio-accelerator nerves, of mol-

Petromyzon, 164.

luscs, 72.

BANCHI, A. Abnormal brain and mind, CARLSON, A. J. Heart-beat of Limulus,


72, 278.

BAGLIONI, S. Physiology of reflex move- Heart-rhythm of molluscs, 72.

ment, 53 ).

Nerve cord of Myriapoda, 353.

BARCI AV-SMITH, E. (and ELLIOTT). Cats, thinking, 539.

Muscular activities of colon, 75. Catfish, habits of, 278.
*BARKER, L. F. Work of Carl Wer- Cerebellum, localization of functions of,
nicke, 525

* BAWDEN, H. H. Psychology and neur- tumors of, 352.
ology, 57.

Cervical sympathetic, union with chorda
Behavior, determining factors in, 170.

tympani, 71.
*forms ot, 132.

Child, C. M. Regeneration of nervous

of Collembola, 78.

system, 354.

of crayfish, 79.

Chorda tympani, and cervical sympa-
*of leech, 102.

thetic, 71.

of lower organisms, 166.

Ciliary movement, in metazoans, 540.

*of Ranatra, 305.

Coggi, A. Ampullae of Lorenzini, 352.
of spider, 75.

COHN, P. Feeling and insanity, 173.

*terminology, 138.

COLE, R. L. Thinking cats, 539.

Bigelow, H. B. Hearing in goldfish, 78. Collembola, reactions of, 78.



*Color preference, in pigeons, 494. Goldfish, sense of hearing in, 78. Comparative psychology, 164.

GOLDSTEIN, K. Development of brain, Co-ordination, nervous nature of;in Lim

162. ulus heart, 72.

Influence of nervous system on de*CORIAT, I. H. Chemistry of nervous velopment, 65. system, 148.

Gross, H. Criminal psychology, 353. *Correlation, in brain-weight, 467. Cranial nerves, development of, 353. distribution of fifth, 161.

Habit, migration, 80.

Habits, of catfish, 278.
Crayfish, breeding habits of, 79.
CUSHING, H. Fifth cranial nerve, 161.

of Collembola, 78.

of crayfish, 79. D AVENPORT, C. B. Collembola, 78.

*of Ranatra, 305 Statistical methods, 67.

*HAINES, T. H. Instinct, 144. Deaver, J. B. Surgical anatomy of Hair, sense, organs of, 164: head and neck, 67.

Halben, R. Pigment and light percepDEITER's nucleus, 70.

tion, 174: Delphinin, action on nerve endings, 72. Hall, G. S. Adolescence, 77. Disease, frontiers of, 458.

HARDESTY, I. Development and nature Dog, spinal reflex in, 75.

of neuroglia, 68. *DONALDSON, H. H. and Hoke, G. W.

*Ganglion cells and nerves of frogs, Spinal nerves, I.

*Spinal cord of Emu, 81. ducation, psychology of, 458.

HARRIS, W. Binocular and stereoscop-Egyptians, brain of, 160.

ic vision, 457, *Electrotaxis, in unicellular organisms, HARRISON, R. G. Nervous system and 528.

musculature of frog, 68. ELLIOTT, T. R. and BARCLAY-SMITH, E. *Head, morphology of vertebrate, 175.

Muscular activities of colon, 75. Heath, H. Nervous system of Solen*Emotion in pigeons, 494.

ogastres, 163 *Emu, spinal cord of, 81.

HELLPACH, W. Psychology of hysteria, Equilibrium, and “forced movements," 541. 73.

HERICONOT, J. Frontiers of disease, 458. Ewing, H. Z. Functions of nervous

*HERRICK, C. J. Gustatory paths in system in Acrididae, 164.

fishes, 375.

Sense of taste in fishes, 277. Eye, in Amphibia, 163. physiology of, 73.

Hearing in fishes, 166.

*in frogs, 279. *Fishes, gustatory paths in brain of, in goldfish, 78.

HOCHSTETTER. Fissures in brain, 351. 375. hearing in, 166.

*HOLMES, S. J. Phototaxis and random sense of taste in 277.

movements, 98. FLEURY, M. DE. Manual of diseases of *Reactions of Ranatra, 305. nervous system, 76.

HORNADAY, W. T. Natural history, 173. FREIDENFELT, s. Visceral ganglia of Horse, Berlin “thinking,” 539. Anodonta, 352.

Hyde, I. H. Respiratory centre in *Frog, functions of brain, 355.

skate, 70. *hearing of, 279.

Hypophysis, structure and function of, nervous system and musculature, 68.

16], 542. *number of ganglion cells etc., 17. Hypochondria, 540. FÜRBRINGER, M. Fourth nerve, 69. Hysteria, psychology of, 541,

, 73. * I nfusoria, terminology of behavior of, nerves of frogs, 17.

Inheritance, of song in birds, 174. GARDELLA, E. Influence of phenic acid Instinct, and will, 276. on taste, 71.

*Instinct, problem of, 144. GEHUCHTEN, A. VAN. Structure of IoTEYKO, J. Reaction of degenerated

nerve cells and connections, 69. muscle, 72. Vestibulo-spinal tract, 70.

Irritability, and degeneration of muscle, Genital organs, nerve terminations in, 68




ACOBSOHN, L. (and MENDEL.) Neur- Migration of birds, origin of, 80.

ology and Psychiatry, 67. Molluscs, heart-rhythm and nerves, 72. JENNINGS, H. S. Behavior of lower * Movement, random and phototaxis, 98. organisms, 166.

MUSKENS, L. J. J. Maintenance of equil. *Reactions to Electricity in unicellu

ibrium etc., 73. lar organisms, 528.

Myriapoda, physiology of nerve cord, *Taxis and other terms, 138.

353 *JOHNSTON, J. B. Morphology of ver

tebrate head, 175. * JONES, W. C. Nervous system of toad, NAGEL, W. Hand-book of human

physiology, 535. 113.

Natural history, 173. Joseph, H. Nervous system of Amphi. of salmon, 351. oxus, 350.

*Necturus, optic vesicles of 359.

Nerve cells, structure and connections, AMON, K. "Geruchsknospen," 163.

KENDALL, W. C. Habits of catfish, Nerve fibres, commissural, 74.

development of, 350.
KERR, J. B. Motor trunks in Lepidosir. union of 74.
en, 352.

Nerves, of limbs, 75.
KLEIN, F. Physiology of the eye, 73. of sclera, 70.
KOELLIKER, A. Nerve fibers, 350. *Nerve, spinal accessory, 482.

trochlear, 69. LANGLEY, J. N. Commissural fibers, *Nervous system, effects of bearing of

young on, 514. Union of cervical sympathetic with

*chemistry of, 148. chorda tympani, 71.

*sympathetic in toad, 113. LANGLEY, J. N. and ANDERSON, H. K. diseases of, 76, 354.

Autogenetic regeneration in nerve *functional divisions of, 175.
fibers, 75.

functions of in Acrididae, 164.
Union of nerve fibers, 74.

influence of on development, 65. *Learning in lower organisms, 98.

of Amphioxus, 350. Leptoplana, regeneration of nervous sys- *of fishes and gustatory paths, 375, tem, 354

*of frog, 355: Levi, G. Histogenesis of ammonshorn, of Myriapoda, 353. 163.

peripheral, 350 Lewis, W. H. Development of amphi- regeneration of, 354. bian eye, 163

and musculature in frog, 68. Limulus, heart-beat of, 278.

Neurasthenia, and hysteria, 76. co-ordination of heart-beat, 72. Neuroglia, 163 *Loeb, C. Optic vesicles of Necturus,

development and nature of, 68. 359.

Neurology and psychiatry, 67. LOEB, J. General physiology, 276. *Neurology and psychology, 57. *LOESER, W. Functions of frog's brain, physiological principles in, 173. 355.

Neurones, connections of, 69.
LUBOSCH, W. Olfactory organs of

Petromyzon, 351.
Lukas, F. Comparative psychology, 164. Optic vesicles, of Necturus, 359.

. MAY, W. P: Innervation of muscu- PAGNIEZ, PH. (and Camus). Neurlature of stomach, 75.

esthenia and hysteria, 76. *Medullary sheath of spinal nerve, 1. Pain, a pseudeffective reflex, 74. *Medullated nerve fibres, in spinal PARKER, G. H. Ciliary movement in nerves of frogs, 17.

metazoans, 540. MEEHAN, J. The "thinking' horse, 539. Hearing in fishes, 166. MENDEL, E. and Jacobsohn, L. Neur. *Pearl, R. Brain-weight, 467.

ology and psychiatry, 67. Petromyzon, chemical sense cells, 164. Mental traits, inheritance of, 80.

olfactory organs of, 351. Methods, statistical, 67.

Phototaxis, 167. METTLER, L. H. Diseases of nervous

*and random movement, 98. system, 354.

*of Ranatra, 305.



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Physiology, hand-book of, 535.

functions of cerebellum, 539. of adolescence, 77. of nervous system, 276.

natural history of, 351. Ріск. Zones of the head, 540.

SCAFFIDI, V. Efferent fibres in the *Pigeons, respiration and emotion in, posterior root, 540. 494.

Hypophysis of man, 163. PINKUS, F. Hair and sense

organs, SCHAPER, A.

Fissures in brain, 351. 162, 164.

Schiller, V. Action of delphinin, 72. PRINCE, M. Sensory tibres in spinal Schultze, O. Peripheral nervous syscord, 161.

tem, 350. Protozoa, light perception of, 174.

Sclera, nerves of, 70. Psychiatry, and neurology, 67.

Scorr, W. E. D. ' Inheritance of song and zones of the head, 540.

in birds, 174. Psychology, abnormal brain, normal *Segmentation, of spinal cord of Emu, 8i. mind, 352.

*Sense organs, morphology of, 175. Psychology, and neurology, 57.

of hair, 164. criminal, 353

physiology of, 173. of adolescence, 77.

Sensory fibers in spinal cord, 161. of hysteria, 541.

SFAMENI, P. Nerve terminations of fe. of lowest animals, 164.

male genital organs, 68. PUTMAM, J. J. Principles in neurology, Sheep, brain of, 160. 173

SHERRINGTON, C. S. Spinal reflexes in

dog, 75. R AMSTROM. Innervation of periton- Skate, respiratory centre in, 70. eum, 351.

Smell, in Petromyzon, 351. Ranatra, reactions of, 305.

SMITH, G. E. Brain of Egyptians, 160. *Rat, effects of bearing young on, 514. *international brain research comRawitz, B. Inheritance of mental char

mission, 62. acteristics, 8o.

Solenogastres, nervous system of, 163 *Reaction, method of in lower animals, SOUKHANOFF. Structure of spinal gang.

lion cells, 70. *types of, 132.

Spiders, sham death reflex of, 75. of amoeba, 170.

*Spinal accessory nerve, 482. *of frog, 279, 355.

Spinal cord, blood supply of, 161. of lower organisms, 166.

*Spinal cord, of Emu, 81. *of pigeons to light, 494.

sensory fibers in, 161, *of Ranatra to light, 305.

structure of in ostrich, 69. *to electricity in unicellular organ- Spinal ganglia, structure of cells, 70. isms, 528.

Spinal nerves, development of, 353. Reflex, a pseudaffective and its spinal *Spinal nerves of frogs, 17. path, 74.

of vertebrates, 1. Reflex movement, physiology of, 539. Spinal path, pseudaffective, 74.

the “sham death,” in spiders, 75. Statistical methods, 67. Reflexes, nervous paths for, 73.

Sterzi, G. Blood supply of cord, 161. spinal in dog, 75.

Structure of hypophysis, 542. *Respiration, and emotion in pigeons, Hypophysis of Petromyzon, 542. 494.

STEWART, T. P. A. A contrast experi. Respiratory centre in skate, 70.

ment, 75. ROBERTSON, T. B. Sham death reflex Stimuli and sense organs, 73. in spiders, 75:

STREETER, G. L. Cranial and spinal *Roth, A. H. White rami and spinal nerves, 353 accessory nerves, 482.

Spinal cord of ostrich, 69. ROTAMANN, M. Nervous mechanism of contact reflexes, 73.

Taste, in fishes, 277 *Rouse, J. E. Respiration and emo- influence of phenic acid on, 71. tion in pigeons, 494.

*paths in brain of fish, 375. RUBRASCHKIN, W. Neuroglia, 163. TAVERNER, P. A. Origin of migration RUTTER, C. Natural History of Salmon, of birds, 8o. 351.

*Taxis, basis for term, 138. RYNBERK, G. VAN. Localization of Thought, in horse and cat, 539.


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