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To the Editor:—
I have just received a letter dated May 25, 1942, from Prof. Alexander R. Luria, the prominent Russian neuropsychologist. Professor Luria, whose book in English "The Nature of Human Conflict" is well known to American readers and who was scheduled to visit this country to deliver the Salmon Memorial Lectures at the New York Academy of Medicine, is now in the province of Cheliabinsk in the Ural Mountains. He is directing a clinic for the rehabilitation of the brain injured in the war. He writes that he and his colleagues are very much in need of reprints from recent original American publications in the fields of brain pathology and abnormal psychology, particularly those dealing with reeducation and neurosurgery. He would like to receive such material of course as soon as possible.The American-Russian Committee for Medical Aid to the Union of Socialist Soviet Republics, of which Prince
Razran GS. REPRINTS OF ARTICLES FOR RUSSIAN PHYSICIANS. JAMA. 1942;120(3):226. doi:10.1001/jama.1942.02830380058027