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In this book, based on lectures given to first-year medical students at the Harvard Medical School, the better-established facts in neurophysiology are presented in a clear, integrated manner by a qualified, experienced teacher. The text is carefully written, adequately illustrated, and soundly documented. Students, both beginners and those more advanced, should find this work accurate and informative; physicians should be enlightened concerning the basic physiological mechanisms behind the emotions, epilepsy, labyrinthine disease, sleep, sexual physiology, and similar topics. Author and publisher have coordinated their efforts to produce an outstanding book in the field.
Fundamentals of Clinical Neurophysiology. JAMA. 1957;164(3):352. doi:10.1001/jama.1957.02980030128040
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