Crile, George W. . The Origin and Nature of the Emotions: Miscellaneous Papers
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  • Front Matter
  • Essay THE ORIGIN AND NATURE OF THE EMOTIONS PHYLOGENETIC ASSOCIATION IN RELATION TO CERTAIN MEDICAL PROBLEMS[1]
    • Section The Cause of the Exhaustion of the Brain-cells as a Result of Trauma of Various Parts of the Body under Inhalation Anesthesia
    • Section The Cause of the Discharge of Nervous Energy as a Result of Trauma under Inhalation Anesthesia and under Normal Conditions
    • Section The Discharge of Energy through Stimulation of the Distance Receptors, or through Representation of Injury (Psychic)
    • Section Prevention of Shock by the Application of the Principle of Anoci-association
    • Section Interpretation of Some of the Phenomena of Certain Diseases of the Abdomen in Accordance with the Hypothesis of Phylogenetic Association
    • Section Observations on Patients whose Associational Centers are Dulled, and on Diseases and Injuries of Regions not Endowed with Nociceptors
    • Section Natural Selection and Chemical Noci-association in the Infections
  • Essay PHYLOGENETIC ASSOCIATION IN RELATION TO THE EMOTIONS[1]
  • Essay PAIN, LAUGHTER, AND CRYING[1]
  • Essay THE RELATION BETWEEN THE PHYSICAL STATE OF THE BRAIN-CELLS AND BRAIN FUNCTIONS--EXPERIMENTAL AND CLINICAL[1]
  • Essay A MECHANISTIC VIEW OF PSYCHOLOGY[1]
  • Essay A MECHANISTIC THEORY OF DISEASE[1]
  • Essay THE KINETIC SYSTEM[1]
  • Essay ALKALESCENCE, ACIDITY, ANESTHESIA--A THEORY OF ANESTHESIA[1]
  • Back Matter