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This is a brochure of forty-four pages devoted to an intensive study of that portion of the brain cortex having to do with hearing. De Crinis first discusses the anatomy of this region and furnishes histologic illustrations. The next chapter is devoted to the physiology of this region, with a consideration of the localization of the perception of sound and the localization of the perception of loudness and intensity. The final chapter is a discussion of the anatomic findings in the cortex in deafness.
One recognizes in this book a distinct contribution to the knowledge of a region about which comparatively little has been known.
Anatomie der Hörrinde als Grundlage des physiologischen und pathologischen Geschehens der Gehörswahrnehmung. Arch Otolaryngol. 1935;21(1):129. doi:10.1001/archotol.1935.00640020136016
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