By H.W. Magoun, L. Marshall
A background of the way neural, behavioural and communicative subdisciplines coalesced in neuroscience to create a promising method of knowing the relation of brain to mind. It chronicles the growth of renowned centres of study and the improvement of leading edge equipment and ideas.
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W. W. Morehouse. S. representative to the internationally organized Commission on Brain Sciences and in 1912 the Institute of Neurological Sciences was established at the University of Pennsylvania. Fig. 3. Turner’s Lane Military Hospital, Philadelphia, shown in 1862, was the first in the United States to specialize in diagnosis and treatment of nervous system disorders. From Burr, 1929, facing p. 105. Prodromal Nineteenth-Century Developments 21 A Question of Race At Philadelphia, the counterpart of Boston’s Jeffries Wyman was Joseph Leidy (1823–1891).
They were thrown together again in Frankfurt in 1883, where Edinger had moved at his mother’s behest after residence in Paris. In Frankfurt, Edinger announced himself as a physician and neurologist, among the first in Germany to do this. In addition to a flourishing practice, Edinger followed Flechsig’s footsteps and with the Weigert stain mapped fiber-tracts in the developing fetal human brain. With specimens from a nearby hospital, he found the central course of the sensory tracts, which on the authority of Meynert terminated in the cerebellum.
He thought he would be a second-rate physician no matter how well he did for a good many years if he stayed” (Ingham, 1981). He headed West, and in so doing, helped establish a school of neurology in Southern California (see Chapter 15). Chapter 2 Passage to the Twentieth Century AN AMERICAN SCHOOL OF COMPARATIVE NEUROLOGY In the mid-19th century, a time when scientific inquiry engaged some of the best minds in Europe, the medical field was producing increasing numbers of trained graduates who were attracted to research and teaching rather than to solely clinical pursuits.
American Neuroscience in 20th Century by H.W. Magoun, L. Marshall