Journal of Comparative Neurology 15 (1905)

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1905 Volume 15


The Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology Founded by C. L. Herrick

EDITORS

C. JUDSON HERRICK, Manager, Denison University

ROBERT M. YERKES, Harvard University

OLIVER S. STRONG, Columbia University

ASSOCIATED WITH

HERBERT 8. JENNINGS, University of Pennsylvania

COLLABORATORS

J. >rARK BALDWIN. Johns Hopkins University FRANK W. BAKCROFT, University of California LEWELLYS F, BARKER, University of Cliicago H. HEATH BAWDEN. Vas?ar College iLBRECHT BETHE, University of Strassburg G. E. COGHILI^. Pacific University FRANK J. COLE, University of Liverpool H. E. CRAMPTOX, Columbia University C. B. DAVENPORT, University of Chicago \VM. HARPER DAVIS, Lehigh University HENRY H. DONALDSON, University of Chicago LUDWIG EDINGER, Frankfurt a-M. S I. FRANZ, McLean Hospita', Waverley, Mass. THOMAS H. HAINES, Ohio State University A. VAN (JEHUCHTEN, University of Louva'in R. G. HARRISON, Johns Hopkins University C. F. HODGE, Clark University S. J. HOLMES, University of Michigan EDWIN B. HOLT, Harvard University G. CARL HUBER, University of Michigan JOSEPH JASTROW, University of Wisconsin J. B. JOHNSTON, West Virgi a University B. F. KINGSBURY, Cornell University FREDERIC S. LEE, Columbia University JACQUES LOEB, University of California E. P. LYON, St. Ivouis University ADOLF MEYER, N. Y. State Paibological Inst. THOS. H. MONTGO.MERV, Jr., Univ. of Texas WESLEY MILLS, McGill University C. LLOYD MORGAN. University College, Bristol T. H. MORGAN, Columbia University A. D. MORRILL, Hamilton College HUGO MUENSTERBERG, Harvard University W. A. NAGEL, University of Berlin G H PARKER. Harvard" University STEWART PATON, .Johns Hopkins University RAYMOND PEARL, University of Michigan C. W. PRENTISS, Western Reserve University C. S SHERRINGTON, University of Liverpool G. ELLIOT SMITH. Gov't. Medical School. Cairo EDWARD L. THORNDIKE, Columbia University JOHN B. W.ATSON, Universit\ of Chicago W. M. WHEELER, Am. Museum of Nat. History C. O. WHITMAN, University of Chicago


VOLUME XV

DENISON UNIVERSITY, GRANVILLE, OHIO 19OS

The Journal of Comparative Neurology and Psychology

Contents of Volume XV, 1905


Number 1, January 1905

On the Areas of the Axis Cylinder and Medullary Sheath as seen in Cross Sections of the Spinal Nerves of Vertebrates. By Henry H. Donaldson and G. W. Hoke. (From the Neurological Laboratory of the University of Chicago.) With one figure. 1

On the Number and Relations of the Ganglion Cells and Medullated Nerve Fibers in the Spinal Nerves of Frogs of Different Ages. By Irving Hardesty. (From the Hearst Anatomical Laboratory of the University of California.) 17

Editorial

Psychology and Neurology. 57

The International Commission on Brain Research. 62

Literary Notices. 65

Number 2, March, 1905

Observations on the Spinal Copd of the Emu and its Segmentation. By Irving Hardesty. {From the Hearst Anatomical Laboratory of the University of California.) With four figures. .... 81

The Selection of Random Movements as a Factor in Phototaxis. By S. J. Holmes. (From the Zoological Laboratory of the University of Michigan.) 98

Notes on the Development of the Sympathetic Nervous System in the Common Toad. By Walter C. Jones, M.D. With twelve figures. 113

Editorial

Concerning the Genetic Relations of Types of Action. . . . 132

The Basis for Taxis and Certain Other Terms in the Behavior of

Infusoria. ........... 138

The Problem of Instinct. ........ 144

A Review of Some Recent Literature on the Chemistry of the Central Nervous System. By Isador H. Coriat. Worcester Insane Hospital. . . 148

Literary Notices 160

Number 3, May, 1905

The Morphology of the Vertebrate Head from the Viewpoint of the Functional Divisions of the Nervous System. By J. B. Johnston. (Frotn the Zoological Laboratory of IVest Virginia University.) With Plates I to IV 175

Literary Notices 276

Number 4, July, 1905

The Sense of Hearing in Frogs. By Robert M. Yerkes. (From the

Harvard Psychological Laboratory.) With seven figures in the text. 279

The Reactions of Ranatra to Light. By. S. J. Holmes. (From the Zoological Laboratory 0/ the University of Michigan.) With six figures in the text. .......... 305

Literary Notices 350

No. 5, September, 1905

A Study of the Functions of Different Parts of the Frog's Brain. By WiLHELM LoESER, M.D. (From the Physiological Laboratory of the University of Kansas.) . . . . . . . -355

The Central Gustatory Paths in the Brains of Bony Fishes. By C. JUDSON Herrick. (Studies from the Neurological Laboratory of Denison University. No. XVLII.) 375

Literary Notices 457

Number 6, November, 1905

Some Cellular Changes in the Primary Optic Vesicles of Necturus. By Clarence LoEB, A.M., M.D. St. Louis. (From the Anatomical Laboratory, St. Louis University.) With Plate V 459

Some Results of a Study of Variation and Correlation in Brain-Weight. By Raymond Pearl. 467

The Relation Between the Occurrence of White Rami Fibers and the Spinal Accessory Nerve. By A. H. Roth, A.B., M.D., Lnstructor of Anatomy in the University of Michigan. (With an Addendum by JPlayfair McMurrich.) With one figure 482

Respiration and Emotion in Pigeons. By John E. Rouse. (From the

Harvard Psychological Laboratory.) 494

The Effect of the Bearing of Young upon the Body-weight and the Weight of the Central Nervous System of the Female White Rat. By John B. Watson. (From the Neurological Laboratory of tlue University of Chicago.) With Plate VL 514

Editorial

The Work of Carl Wernicke. 525

Papers on Reactions to Electricity in Unicellular Organisms. By. H. S.

Jennings 528

Literary Notices. 535