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도서 The superficial grey matter of the cerebrum, through the number and depth of the...에 대해 검색한 35개 도서 중 1 - 10
" The superficial grey matter of the cerebrum, through the number and depth of the convolutions, attains its maximum of extent in Man. Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form of brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate the... "
On the Classification and Geographical Distribution of the M̲a̲m̲m̲a̲l̲i̲a̲ ... - 26 페이지
저자: Richard Owen - 1859 - 103 페이지
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Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society, 1-2권

Linnean Society of London - 1857
...attains its maximum of extent in Man. Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form of brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate...representative of a distinct order, but of a distinct subclass of the Mammalia*, for which I propose the name of ' ARCHENCEPHALA f ' (fig. 6). With this...
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The journal of psychological medicine and mental pathology

Forbes Winslow, M.D., D.C.L. Oxon - 1858
...attains its maximum of extent in man. "Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form of brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate...representative of a distinct order, but of a distinct sub-class of the nuucmalia, for which I propose the name of Archencephala."t t Vide a paper by Professor...
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The American Journal of Science and Arts

1858
...attains its maximum of extent in Man. Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form of brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate...representative of a distinct order, but of a distinct subclass of the Mammalia,* for which I propose the name of ^ARCHENQEPHALA^ (fig. 6). With this preliminary...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, 3권

1858
...attains its maximum of extent in Man. Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form o' brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate...representative of a distinct order, but of a distinct subclass of the Mammalia, for which I propose the name of ' Archencephala,' (fig. 0). Prosessor Owen...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, 3권

1858
...attains its maximum of extent in Man. Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form o^ brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate...representative of a distinct order, but of a distinct subclass of the Mammalia, for which I propose the name of ' Arckenctphala,' (fig 6). Prosessor Owen...
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An Essay on Physiological Psychology

Robert Dunn - 1858 - 94 페이지
...maximum of extent in man. "Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form of brain, aud their consequences wonderfully illustrate the value...representative of a distinct order, but of a distinct sub-class of the mammalia, for which I propose the name of Archencephala. "t t Vide a paper by Professor...
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The Canadian Naturalist and Geologist, 3권

1858
...attains its maximum of extent in Man. Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form of brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate...according to my estimate of which, I am led to regard the genite Homo, as not merely a representative of a distinct orJer, but of a distinct subclass of thu...
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On the Classification and Geographical Distribution of the Mammalia: Being ...

Richard Owen - 1859 - 103 페이지
...lateral ventricle' and the ' hippocampus minor,' which characterize the hind lobe of each hemisphere. The superficial grey matter of the cerebrum, through...subclass,oftheMammalia, for which I propose the name Of A.RCHENCEPHAI.A Brain of Negro, upper view. Fig. 9. (fig. 9) . Ib. Side view, one-third nat. size....
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The Natural History Review, 1권;8권

1861
...characterise the hind lobe of each hemitphere. Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form of brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate...representative of a distinct order, but of a distinct lab-class of the Mammalia,* for which I propose the name of 'Archencephala' (fig. 6)." It might be...
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The Natural History Review, 1권;8권

1861
...ckaracterite the hind lobe of each hemisphere. Peculiar mental powers are associated with this highest form of brain, and their consequences wonderfully illustrate...character ; according to my estimate of which I am led to regird the gpmis Homo as not merely a representative of a distinct order, but of a distinct tab-class...
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