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The Brain Institute of Moscow, one of the numerous institutions for scientific research in the Soviet Union, deals only with investigations pertaining to the morphology and electrophysiology of the brain of man and animals. Closely associated with the institute at Moscow is a special department of the Neuropsychiatric Institute of Kharkov devoted to similar work, while a laboratory of this department and a special clinic are engaged in anatomic studies in cases of aphasia, apraxia and agnosia. The present bulky volume comprises the third and fourth issues of contributions by members of the Brain Institute of Moscow on the histology and electrophysiology of the cerebral cortex. The studies covered the ontogenesis and phylogenesis of the cortex and the brains of anthropoid apes and terrestrial carnivora (bears, dogs, lions, tigers, wolves and other animals). In addition, the brains of embryos of from 14 to 16 weeks, of a prematurely born infant,
Contributions from the Brain Institute. Issues III and IV. Arch NeurPsych. 1939;42(1):185–186. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1939.02270190193016
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