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GOTCH, Francis and HORSLEY, Victor.
Croonian Lecture - On the Mammalian Nervous System, Its Functions, and Their Localisation Determined by an Electrical Method.

pp. 267-526. 7 photographic plates, 26 text figures. In later library buckram with the original wrappers bound in, the front laid down and both a bit chipped around the edges though without significant loss, last plate creased at the lower corner not affecting the image, a neat library stamp at the head of the front wrapper and in the top margin of the first text leaf, a nice copy overall. Ex-libris Anatomy School, Cambridge.

*GARRISON-MORTON #1420.1 - 'Gotch and Horsley showed that electric currents are produced in the mammalian brain, and they recorded them with the string galvanometer or the capillary electrometer. Their work led eventually to the development of the electroencephalograph.'

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Vol.182, B.

Date Published: 1891. 4to.

Stock No. 52293

Price: 300.00