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|[an error occurred while processing this directive]|Author: JASPER, HERBERT H. Title: Current Concepts in Nervous Inhibition.
Description: . Offprint from "Inhibitions from the nervous system and gamma-aminobutyric acid" Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1960. Near fine in stapled sheets. Ink number at top front corner otherwise a clean and unmarked copy. 28pp. Herbert Henri Jasper (1906-1999) was recruited by Wilder Penfield for the Montreal Neurological Institute in 1938. An eminent neurophysiologist, he pioneered the use of electroencephalography and is credited with introducing its use into Canada. Usin g E E G h e w o r ked with Penfield to find the source of epileptic seizures. Their collaboration resulted in the influential monograph "Epilepsy and the Functional Anatomy of the Human Brain" which they published in 1954. He was for many years t he Di re ct o r of th e La boratories of Neurophysiology and Electroencephalography at the MNI.
Keywords: medicine, history of medicine, medical history, neurology, neurosciences, neurologie, wilder penfield, mni, neurophysiology, epilepsy, epilepsie, electroencephalography, eeg
Price: US$ 25.00 Seller: Robert Campbell Bookseller ABAC/ILAB
- Book number: 38917
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