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Psychopathology and psychiatry

Author: Ivan Petrovich Pavlov
Publisher: New Brunswick, N.J., U.S.A. : Transaction Publishers, ©1994.
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Genre/Form: Collected Works
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ivan Petrovich Pavlov
ISBN: 1560007079 9781560007074
OCLC Number: 28420321
Notes: Translated from the Russian by D. Myshne and S. Belsky.
Originally published: Moscow : Foreign Languages Pub. House, 1961?
Description: 451 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Psychopathology and Psychiatry --
Experimental Psychology and Psychopathology in Animals --
On Sleep --
On Inhibition and Sleep --
Conditions for Active and Resting States of the Cerebral Hemispheres --
Some Facts About the Physiology of Sleep --
Psychiatry as an Auxiliary to the Physiology of the Cerebral Hemispheres --
Concerning the So-Called Hypnotism in Animals --
Relations Between Excitation and Inhibition, Delimitation Between Excitation and Inhibition, Experimental Neuroses in Dogs --
Normal and Pathological States of the Cerebral Hemispheres --
Inhibitory Type of Nervous System in Dogs --
Internal Inhibition and Sleep Are Essentially the Same Physicochemical Process --
Transitional Phases Between the Animal's Waking and Complete Sleep (Hypnotic Phases) --
Different Types of Nervous System. Pathological States of the Cerebral Hemispheres as a Result of Functional Influences Exerted on Them --
Pathological States of the Cerebral Hemispheres as a Result of Functional Influences Exerted on Them. Application to Man of Experimental Data Obtained on Animals --
Physiological Teaching on Types of Nervous System or Temperaments --
Some Problems of the Physiology of the Cerebral Hemispheres --
An Attempt of a Physiologist to Digress into the Domain of Psychiatry --
Physiology of the Hypnotic State of the Dog --
On Neuroses in Man and Animals --
Experimental Neuroses --
Essay on the Physiological Concept of the Symptomatology of Hysteria --
Physiology of Higher Nervous Activity --
Example of an Experimentally Produced Neurosis and Its Cure in a Weak Type of Nervous System --
Feelings of Possession (Les Sentiments d'Emprise) and the Ultraparadoxical Phase --
Attempt at a Physiological Interpretation of Compulsive Neurosis and Paranoia --
General Types of Animal and Human Higher Nervous Activity --
Experimental Pathology of the Higher Nervous Activity --
The Conditioned Reflex. Types of Higher Nervous Activity, Their Relationship to Neuroses and Psychoses and the Physiological Mechanism of Neurotic and Psychotic Symptoms --
The Problem of Sleep.
Other Titles: Psikhopatologii︠a︡ i psikhiatrii︠a︡.
Responsibility: Ivan P. Pavlov ; with a new introduction by George Windholz.
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