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December 1966

"Correlative Neurosciences," pt B, Clinical Studies, Progress in Brain Research, volume 21B.

Arch Neurol. 1966;15(6):672-673. doi:10.1001/archneur.1966.00470180112014

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The present offering, actually the 22nd volume of the series, Progress in Brain Research, comprises 17 contributions from major Japanese institutes and clinics covering a broad range of topics. The editors express their hope of providing an indication of the scope and quality of current neurological research in Japan. They have achieved this purpose. The material presented here confirms what should already be well known: that clinical and basic research in the neurological sciences, as in the medical sciences generally in Japan, is of the very highest quality and comparable to the best to be found anywhere in the world today.

The adjective "clinical" in the title is to be understood in a broad sense. In fact, seven papers deal primarily and, with one minor exception, exclusively with animal studies: four electrophysiological studies of sleep, an extensive review of behavioral and electrophysiological observations of the effects of psychotropic drugs plus

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