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  1. S. HechtThe Dark Adaptation of the Human Eye. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  2, pp. 409-517; 1920.The Photochemistry of the Visual Purple. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  3, pp. 1-13; 1920.The Visibility of Monochromatic Radiation and the Absorption Spectrum of the Visual Purple. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  5, pp. 1-33; 1922.
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  2. S. HechtSensory Equilibrium and Dark Adaptation in Mya arenaria. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  1, pp. 545-558; 1919.The Nature of the Latent Period in the Photic Response of Mya arenaria. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  1, pp. 657-666; 1919.
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  3. L. T. Troland, The Nature of the Visual Receptor Process. This Journal,  1, pp. 3-15; 1917.
  4. On the modern theory of nervous activity, see: L. T. Troland, The Physical Basis of Nerve Functions. Psychol. Rev.,  27, pp. 323-350; 1920.
    [Crossref]
  5. E. D. Adrian and A. Forbes, The All-or-Nothing Response of Sensory Nerve Fibres. Journ. of Physiol.,  56, pp. 301-330; 1922.
  6. L. T. Troland, The “All or None” Law in Visual Response. This Journal,  4, pp. 160-185; 1920
  7. On the anatomy of the retina, see: E. A. Schafer and et al., Quain’s Elements of Anatomy.  3, Part 2, pp. 225-242; 1909.
  8. See Quain’s Elements of Anatomy,  3, Part 1, p. 239; 1908. Also refer to this work for a discussion of the anatomical connections of the visual conductors.
  9. See, e.g., F. BestZur Theorie des Hemianopsie und der hoheren Sehzentren. Arch. f. Opthalmol.,  100, pp. 1-31; 1919.Also: A. MonbrunLe centre cortical de la vision et les radiations optiques. Les hemianopsies de guerre et la projection rétinienne cerebrale. Arch, d’ophtalmol.,  36, pp. 641-670; 1919.
  10. See Monbrun, loc. oil. Also, on connections of the macula: V. MoraxDiscussion des hypotheses faites sur les connexions corticales des falseaux maculalres. Ann. d’ocullst,  156, pp. 25-35; 1919.
  11. H. L. Helmholtzvon. Handbuch der physiologischen Optik, 3d ed., 3, p. 407; 1910.
  12. Best, loc. cit.
  13. The problem of the pattern relationships of consciousness and the ultimate brain process is being attacked in a courageous manner by the German school of “Gestalt” psychologists. See especially: W. KohlerDie physischen Gestaltcn in Ruhc und im stationaren Zustand, Braunschweig, 1920.
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1922 (1)

E. D. Adrian and A. Forbes, The All-or-Nothing Response of Sensory Nerve Fibres. Journ. of Physiol.,  56, pp. 301-330; 1922.

1920 (3)

L. T. Troland, The “All or None” Law in Visual Response. This Journal,  4, pp. 160-185; 1920

S. HechtThe Dark Adaptation of the Human Eye. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  2, pp. 409-517; 1920.The Photochemistry of the Visual Purple. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  3, pp. 1-13; 1920.The Visibility of Monochromatic Radiation and the Absorption Spectrum of the Visual Purple. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  5, pp. 1-33; 1922.
[Crossref]

On the modern theory of nervous activity, see: L. T. Troland, The Physical Basis of Nerve Functions. Psychol. Rev.,  27, pp. 323-350; 1920.
[Crossref]

1919 (2)

See, e.g., F. BestZur Theorie des Hemianopsie und der hoheren Sehzentren. Arch. f. Opthalmol.,  100, pp. 1-31; 1919.Also: A. MonbrunLe centre cortical de la vision et les radiations optiques. Les hemianopsies de guerre et la projection rétinienne cerebrale. Arch, d’ophtalmol.,  36, pp. 641-670; 1919.

S. HechtSensory Equilibrium and Dark Adaptation in Mya arenaria. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  1, pp. 545-558; 1919.The Nature of the Latent Period in the Photic Response of Mya arenaria. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  1, pp. 657-666; 1919.
[Crossref]

1917 (1)

L. T. Troland, The Nature of the Visual Receptor Process. This Journal,  1, pp. 3-15; 1917.

1909 (1)

On the anatomy of the retina, see: E. A. Schafer and et al., Quain’s Elements of Anatomy.  3, Part 2, pp. 225-242; 1909.

1908 (1)

See Quain’s Elements of Anatomy,  3, Part 1, p. 239; 1908. Also refer to this work for a discussion of the anatomical connections of the visual conductors.

Adrian, E. D.

E. D. Adrian and A. Forbes, The All-or-Nothing Response of Sensory Nerve Fibres. Journ. of Physiol.,  56, pp. 301-330; 1922.

Best, F.

See, e.g., F. BestZur Theorie des Hemianopsie und der hoheren Sehzentren. Arch. f. Opthalmol.,  100, pp. 1-31; 1919.Also: A. MonbrunLe centre cortical de la vision et les radiations optiques. Les hemianopsies de guerre et la projection rétinienne cerebrale. Arch, d’ophtalmol.,  36, pp. 641-670; 1919.

Forbes, A.

E. D. Adrian and A. Forbes, The All-or-Nothing Response of Sensory Nerve Fibres. Journ. of Physiol.,  56, pp. 301-330; 1922.

Hecht, S.

S. HechtThe Dark Adaptation of the Human Eye. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  2, pp. 409-517; 1920.The Photochemistry of the Visual Purple. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  3, pp. 1-13; 1920.The Visibility of Monochromatic Radiation and the Absorption Spectrum of the Visual Purple. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  5, pp. 1-33; 1922.
[Crossref]

S. HechtSensory Equilibrium and Dark Adaptation in Mya arenaria. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  1, pp. 545-558; 1919.The Nature of the Latent Period in the Photic Response of Mya arenaria. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  1, pp. 657-666; 1919.
[Crossref]

Helmholtz, H. L.

H. L. Helmholtzvon. Handbuch der physiologischen Optik, 3d ed., 3, p. 407; 1910.

Kohler, W.

The problem of the pattern relationships of consciousness and the ultimate brain process is being attacked in a courageous manner by the German school of “Gestalt” psychologists. See especially: W. KohlerDie physischen Gestaltcn in Ruhc und im stationaren Zustand, Braunschweig, 1920.
[Crossref]

Monbrun,

See Monbrun, loc. oil. Also, on connections of the macula: V. MoraxDiscussion des hypotheses faites sur les connexions corticales des falseaux maculalres. Ann. d’ocullst,  156, pp. 25-35; 1919.

Schafer, E. A.

On the anatomy of the retina, see: E. A. Schafer and et al., Quain’s Elements of Anatomy.  3, Part 2, pp. 225-242; 1909.

Troland, L. T.

On the modern theory of nervous activity, see: L. T. Troland, The Physical Basis of Nerve Functions. Psychol. Rev.,  27, pp. 323-350; 1920.
[Crossref]

L. T. Troland, The “All or None” Law in Visual Response. This Journal,  4, pp. 160-185; 1920

L. T. Troland, The Nature of the Visual Receptor Process. This Journal,  1, pp. 3-15; 1917.

Arch. f. Opthalmol. (1)

See, e.g., F. BestZur Theorie des Hemianopsie und der hoheren Sehzentren. Arch. f. Opthalmol.,  100, pp. 1-31; 1919.Also: A. MonbrunLe centre cortical de la vision et les radiations optiques. Les hemianopsies de guerre et la projection rétinienne cerebrale. Arch, d’ophtalmol.,  36, pp. 641-670; 1919.

Journ. of Gen. Physiol. (2)

S. HechtThe Dark Adaptation of the Human Eye. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  2, pp. 409-517; 1920.The Photochemistry of the Visual Purple. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  3, pp. 1-13; 1920.The Visibility of Monochromatic Radiation and the Absorption Spectrum of the Visual Purple. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  5, pp. 1-33; 1922.
[Crossref]

S. HechtSensory Equilibrium and Dark Adaptation in Mya arenaria. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  1, pp. 545-558; 1919.The Nature of the Latent Period in the Photic Response of Mya arenaria. Journ. of Gen. Physiol.,  1, pp. 657-666; 1919.
[Crossref]

Journ. of Physiol. (1)

E. D. Adrian and A. Forbes, The All-or-Nothing Response of Sensory Nerve Fibres. Journ. of Physiol.,  56, pp. 301-330; 1922.

Psychol. Rev. (1)

On the modern theory of nervous activity, see: L. T. Troland, The Physical Basis of Nerve Functions. Psychol. Rev.,  27, pp. 323-350; 1920.
[Crossref]

Quain’s Elements of Anatomy (2)

On the anatomy of the retina, see: E. A. Schafer and et al., Quain’s Elements of Anatomy.  3, Part 2, pp. 225-242; 1909.

See Quain’s Elements of Anatomy,  3, Part 1, p. 239; 1908. Also refer to this work for a discussion of the anatomical connections of the visual conductors.

This Journal (2)

L. T. Troland, The “All or None” Law in Visual Response. This Journal,  4, pp. 160-185; 1920

L. T. Troland, The Nature of the Visual Receptor Process. This Journal,  1, pp. 3-15; 1917.

Other (4)

See Monbrun, loc. oil. Also, on connections of the macula: V. MoraxDiscussion des hypotheses faites sur les connexions corticales des falseaux maculalres. Ann. d’ocullst,  156, pp. 25-35; 1919.

H. L. Helmholtzvon. Handbuch der physiologischen Optik, 3d ed., 3, p. 407; 1910.

Best, loc. cit.

The problem of the pattern relationships of consciousness and the ultimate brain process is being attacked in a courageous manner by the German school of “Gestalt” psychologists. See especially: W. KohlerDie physischen Gestaltcn in Ruhc und im stationaren Zustand, Braunschweig, 1920.
[Crossref]

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