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December 1928

A Laboratory Aid for the Study of Neuro-Anatomy.

Arch NeurPsych. 1928;20(6):1412. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1928.02210180263019

This little laboratory guide is an effort on the part of the author to revise the methods of study of the anatomy of the nervous system. As a result, he has prepared outlines of various levels of the nervous system which the student is supposed to fill in and label. The first drawing of the series is completely filled out and labeled so that it may serve as a guide to the treatment of the remaining outlines. The whole plan is ingeniously developed. A suggestion is made that the student select a different color for different tracts, but that he maintain each tract in the same color no matter where found, thus tending to easy identification. The author has shown good judgment in his selection of the various levels. Teachers of neuro-anatomy will do well to consider this book and its suggestions.

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