Lectures on Conditioned Reflexes. Volume I. [1]

Ivan Petrovitch Pavlov Lectures on Conditioned Reflexes. Volume I. (1928) Twenty-five Years of Objective Study of the Hi

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Lectures on Conditioned Reflexes. Volume I. [1]

Table of contents :
Volume one

Translator's preface 9
I. P. Pavlov: a biographical sketch, by dr. W. Horsley Gantt. 11
Introduction to the English translation, by prof. Walter B. Cannon. 33
Author's preface to the English translation. 35
Preface to the first Russian edition. 37
I. Experimental psychology and psycho-pathology in animals. 47
Ll. The psychical secretion of the salivary glands (complex nervous phenomena in the work of the salivary Glands). 61
III. The first sure steps along the path of a new investigation. 76
IV. Scientific study of the so-called psychical processes in The higher animals. 81
V. Conditioned reflexes in dogs after destruction of different parts of the cerebral hemispheres. 97
VI. The cortical taste centre of dr. Gorshkov. 99
VII. Mechanism of the highest parts of the central nervous system as shown from the study of the conditioned reflexes. 100
VIII. Further advances of the objective analysis of complex nervous phenomena, and its comparison with the subjective conception of these phenomena. 103
IX. Some general facts about the cerebral centres. 115
X. Natural science and the brain 120
XI. The task and the arrangement of a laboratory for the study of the normal activity of the highest parts of the central nervous system in the higher animals. 131
XII. A laboratory for the study of the activity of the central nervous system in the higher animals. 144
XIII. The food centre. 147
XIV. Some fundamental laws of the work of the cerebral hemispheres. 156
XV. Destruction of the skin analyser. 165
XVI. The process of differentiation of stimulations in the hemispheres of the brain. 170
XVII. Some principles of the activity of the central nervous system as shown from the study of conditioned reflexes; interaction of centres. 182
XVIII. Summary of results of removal of different parts of the cerebral hemispheres. 193
XIX. Internal inhibition as a function of the cerebral Hemispheres. 205
XX. The objective study of the highest nervous activity of animals. 213
XXI. The study of the highest nervous activity. 223
XXII. The instability (lability) of internal inhibition in conditioned reflexes. 238
XXIII. The pure physiology of the brain. 241
XXIV. Some facts about the physiology of sleep. 250
XXV. An analysis of some complex reflexes in the dog; and the relative strength and tension of several centres. 255
XXVI. Physiology and psychology in the study of the higher nervous activity of animals. 261
XXVII. The reflex of purpose. 275
XXVIII. The reflex of freedom. 282
XXIX. How psychiatry may help us to understand the physiology of the cerebral hemispheres. 287
XXX. Hypnotism in animals. 294
XXXI. The normal activity and general constitution of the cerebral hemispheres. 296
XXXII. Internal inhibition and sleep-one and the same process. 305
XXXIII. Changes in the excitability of various points of the cerebral cortex as one of its functional characteristics. 319
XXXIV. Another problem in cerebral physiology. 326
XXXV. The latest successes of the objective study of the highest nervous activity. 329
XXXVI. Relation between excitation and inhibition and their delimitations; experimental neuroses in dogs. 339
XXXVII. Effect of interrupting the experimentation in dogs with conditioned reflexes. 350
XXXVIII. Normal and pathological states of the hemispheres. 353
XXXIX. The inhibitory type of nervous systems in the dog. 363
XI. A physiological study of the types of nervous systems, i.e., of temperaments. 370
XII. Certain problems in the physiology of the cerebral hemispheres. 379
Bibliography. 395
Index to names. 409
Index to subjects. 410

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