Cerebral Function in Infancy and Childhood
PEIPER, Albrecht; NAGLER, Benedict & NAGLER, Hilde (trans.)
Originally written in German and translated for an American readership by the Benedict and Hilde Nagler. Contents: Translator's Note; Preface to the First Edition; Preface to the Second Edition; The Emergence of Cerebral Function as Depicted in the Sciences; The Development of Sensory Function; Development of the Facial Expression from the Sensory Functions; Reflexes of Position and Movement; Locomotion; Movements; Reflexes of Clinical Significance; The Neurology of Respiration; The Neurology of Food Intake; Sleep or Sleep-Like States; Conditioned Reflexes; Neurological Characteristics of Certain Developmental Phases; Evolution and Dissolution of Cerebral Function; The Child and His Environment; Retrospect and Outlook; References: Publications by Albrecht Peiper and his Co-Workers on Cerebral Function in Infancy; Author Index; Subject Index.
- Publisher: Consultants Bureau
- Edition: n/a
- Date Published: 1963
- Place Published: New York
- ISBN: n/a
- Condition: Good
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- Dust Jacket: No
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The International Behavioral Sciences Series. Series editor Joseph Wortis. xii, 683p. 24.5 cm. Blue cloth binding with gold impressing on spine and front board. Spine and impressing faded from sun exposure. Bumps and wear to spine extremes and board corners. Wear to spine with treading exposed when opened. Pages clean. Text unmarked. Good condition.