4 edition of Physiology in the American Context, 1850-1940 (Centennial Publications) found in the catalog.
Physiology in the American Context, 1850-1940 (Centennial Publications)
Gerald L. Geison
November 30, 1986
by An American Physiological Society Book
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||411|
History of Science in the United States: Research Aids for the Nineteenth Century includes bibliographies of reference and other works, and historical information (namely, an indexed chronology of American science ). Created and maintained by Clark A. Elliott. Otniel E. Dror, “Techniques of the Brain and the Paradox of Emotions, ,” Science in Context 14 (Winter ): Otniel E. Dror, “Anatomy and Physiology: Twentieth Century,” in Brian S. Baigrie (ed.), History of Modern Science and Mathematics Volume I .
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A study of physiology in America, this places the development of American physiology in the cultural context of the period. Divided into three parts, the book covers social and institutional history; physiology in relation to other fields; and instruments, materials and techniques.
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Divided into three parts, the book covers social and institutional history. Get this from a library. Physiology in the American Context [Gerald L Geison] -- A study of physiology in America, this places the development of American physiology in the cultural context of the period.
Divided into three parts, the book covers social and institutional history. Physiology in the American Context, Geisson, Gerald L.
(Ed.) Originally Published by Lippincott William and Wilkinsp. ISBN. Geison G.L. () International Relations and Domestic Elites in American Physiology, – In: Geison G.L. (eds) Physiology in the American Context – Springer, New York, NYCited by: 7.
ina small group of men met in a recently established laboratory to organize a biomedical society to promote a new vision of science in founders of the American Physiological Society (APS) were a new type of physician-scientist, one for whom scientific evidence was the basis for medical practice rather than simply the existing practices passed on from previous generations of Cited by: 1.
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The book shows how biochemistry was defined as a distinct discipline by the programmatic vision of individual biochemists and of patrons and competitors in related disciplines.
It shows how discipline builders used research programmes as strategies that they adapted to the opportunities offered by changing educational markets and national Author: Robert E.
Kohler. Author(s): Maienschein,J Title(s): Physiology, biology, and the advent of physiological morphology/ J. Maienschein. Physiology in the American context, Publisher: Bethesda, Md.: American Physiological Society, Description: p. Language: English MeSH: Biology/history*; History, Modern ; United States Publication.
Author(s): Appel,T A Title(s): Biological and medical societies and the founding of the American Physiological Society/ T. Appel. In: Geison GL, ed: Physiology in the American context, Publisher: Bethesda, Md.: American Physiological Society, For the American context see Geison, ed., Physiology in the American Context, (Bal- timore: Waverly, ); and W.
Bruce Fye, The Development of American Physiology: Scientific Medicine in the Nineteenth Century (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, ). "Toward a History of American Physiology," in Physiology in the American Context,ed.
Geison (American Physiological Society: Bethesda, ), pp. "International Relations and Domestic Elites in AmericanPhysiology, ," in Physiology in the American Context,ed.
Geison (Americal Physiological Society: Bethesda. Univ. Chicago Press, ). I read Kohler's splendid book closely while thinking about Pavlov's laboratory and Jr., "American Physiologists in German Laboratories, ," in Physiology in the American Context,ed.
Geison (Bethesda, Md.: American Physiological Society, ), pp. The Embryography of Alice B. Toklas. Physiology in the American Context – this places the development of American physiology in the cultural context of the period.
Divided into. commentary part of the book. Overall, certainly, this book is a worthy contribu-tion and important source on the history of neurology and science in the 19th-century colonial context.
FRANK W. STAHNISCH University of Calgary NOTES 1 Geison, Gerald L., ed., Physiology in the. Available in: Elton Mayo () is widely recognized as the progenitor of the human relations movement in management and his work Gillespie, R. () 'Industrial fatigue and the discipline of physiology', in G.L.
Geison (ed.) Physiology in the American Context,pp.Bethesda, MD: American Price: $ [This book] represents a major new contribution both to James scholarship and to the history of American psychology.
This book is the first to trace the development of radical empiricism as a Author: Francesca Bordogna. Bruce W. Fye wrote an account of the growth of American physiology from towhich appears in the book Physiology in the American Context, – The Cited by: 1.
“Computational Perspectives in the History of Science: “Physiology, Biology, and the Advent of Physiological Morphology,” in Physiology in the American Context,ed.
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Geison, Gerald L. (Bethesda, Md., ), – Recent studies of fatigue in Europe certainly suggest some of the influences at work in North by: Molecular biology.
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