3 edition of History of the Physiological Society during its first fifty years, 1876-1926 found in the catalog.
History of the Physiological Society during its first fifty years, 1876-1926
Edward Albert Sharpey-SchГ¤fer
|Statement||by Sir Edward Sharpey-Schafer.|
|Series||Journal of physiology ;, v. 64. Supplement|
|Contributions||Physiological Society, London.|
|LC Classifications||QP1 .P462|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||28013340|
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John Haslam’s Illustrations of Madness, written in , occupies a special place in psychiatric history, it was the first book-length account of one single psychiatric case written by a British psychiatrist. John Haslam, apothecary to London’s Bethlem Hospital, and a. Celebrating over years of physiology publishing from - The Physiological Society was founded in ‘for [the] mutual benefit and protection’ of the physiological community. In addition to professional collaboration, experimental physiologists recognized the need to have a say in any proposals for regulations of their work.
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History of the Physiological Society during its first fifty years. [E A Sharpey-Schäfer, Sir; Physiological Society (Great Britain)]. History of the Physiological Society during its First Fifty Years, Part 2.
J Physiol 64 (Suppl), 77– Bynum WF (). A Short History of The Physiological Society. PhysiolFrench RD () Antivivisection and medical science in Victorian Society.
Princeton University Press, Princeton USA. History. The Physiological Society was founded in as a dining society "for mutual benefit and protection" by a group of 19 physiologists, led by John Burdon Sanderson and Michael Foster, as a result of the Royal Commission on Vivisection and the subsequent Cruelty to Animals Act.
Other founding members included: William Sharpey, Thomas Huxley, George Henry Lewes, Francis Galton Purpose: Support the advancement of physiology. Celebrating the centennial of the American Physiological Society, this new book reviews the activities during the Society's first hundred years.
The first section covers materials from the Society's founding in and a review of each of the first 25 year periods of the Society's existence. Sharpey-Schafer E (). History of the Physiological Society during its First Fifty Years, Part 2. J Physiol 64 (Suppl), 77– Tansey EM ().
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Portland press. Among the guests was Bowditch. As president of the Section of Physiology of the IMC, Michael Foster gave an address on “The History of Physiology in England.” See Edward Sharpey-Shafer, History of the Physiological Society During its First Fifty Years, – (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge Univ.
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Sharpey-Schafer Edward. History of the Physiological Society during its First Fifty Years, Part 2. J Physiol. ; 64 (3 Suppl)– [PMC free article]Daly I de B, Pickford LM.
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On the whole I feel well pleased with the present status of the Society and believe that it is well prepared to cope with all the problems which may come be fore it. We should remember, however, that the Society is not an end in itself but exists only to serve the physiological sciences, and the most.
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The Physiological Society's archive documents the activities of The Society and includes administrative papers; minutes and agendas; proceedings of scientific meetings; files of individual officers; annual reports; and records relating to finance, governance, membership, animal welfare and legislation, and education.
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