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American Academy of Neurology.—
Session subjects and contributors to each subject for the American Academy of Neurology's April 26-28, 1962, meeting have been announced, and are as follows:General Scientific Session, Thursday, April 26, 9 A.M.Effect of Reserpine on the Metabolism of Dopamine. Melvin Greer and Clyde M. Williams, Gainesville, Fla.Biochemistry of Parkinson's Disease. Andre Barbeau, Gaetan Jasmin, and Yves Duchastel, Montreal.Discussion of papers by Greer and Willams and Barbeau et al., by D. B. Tower, Bethesda, Md.Behavioral and Pathological Correlates of Motor Impersistence. R. J. Joynt, A. L. Benton, and M. L. Fogel, Iowa City.The Nature of Motor Recovery Following Hemispherectomy in the Monkey. Thomas E. Twitchell, Brighton, Mass.Extraocular Muscle Action from Faradic Brain Stimulation in the Macaque. Robert S. Jampel, Brighton, Mass.Direct Extravascular Brain Cooling in the Normothermic Animal: Techniques, Advantages, and Suggested Applications in Man. Ayub Ommaya and Maitland
News and Comment: SOCIETIES. Arch Neurol. 1962;6(4):331–333. doi:10.1001/archneur.1962.00450220073011
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