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Eccles, John C. (John Carew) 1903-1997

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Works: 199 works in 1,000 publications in 11 languages and 17,527 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Biography  Interviews 
Roles: Author, Editor, Creator, Honoree, Collector, Other, Author of introduction, Contributor, Interviewee
Classifications: QP376, 128.2
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The self and its brain by Karl R Popper( Book )
122 editions published between 1977 and 2014 in 5 languages and held by 1,950 libraries worldwide
Hirn / Bewusstsein / Wahrnehmung
Evolution of the brain : creation of the self by John C Eccles( Book )
68 editions published between 1989 and 2015 in 7 languages and held by 1,200 libraries worldwide
In this book, Nobel Prize-winner, Sir John Eccles, tells the story of how man came to be as he is, not only as an animal at the end of the hominid evolutionary line, but also as a human being possessed of reflective consciousness
The wonder of being human : our brain and our mind by John C Eccles( Book )
17 editions published between 1984 and 1991 in English and German and held by 1,083 libraries worldwide
Traces the development of the human consciousness and argues that many scientific theories of human nature denigrate the value of humanity
The human mystery by John C Eccles( Book )
24 editions published between 1978 and 2012 in 6 languages and held by 834 libraries worldwide
Dans cette série d'exposés, l'auteur, Prix Nobel de médecine 1963, "s'interroge sur ce qu'il appelle les grands et mystérieux problèmes qui dépassent aujourd'hui la science": origine et évolution de l'univers, origine de la vie et évolution biologique, évolution humaine, évolution culturelle, cerveau humain et rapports cerveau-esprit. Malgré la tendance dominante, il adopte une position franchement dualiste face au mystère de l'homme et de l'esprit
The physiology of nerve cells by John C Eccles( Book )
33 editions published between 1957 and 1968 in English and Spanish and held by 826 libraries worldwide
The physiology of synapses by John C Eccles( Book )
23 editions published between 1964 and 2013 in 4 languages and held by 817 libraries worldwide
I must thank my friend, Professor HANS WEBER, for being, as it were, the prime mover in causing this book to be written. He persuaded me in 1960 to contribute a review to the Ergebnisse der Physiologie. As originally planned, it was to be relatively short. However, the interest and scope of the whole subject of synapses stimulated me to write a much more comprehensive and extensive account. I was not even then satisfied, particularly as so many new and attractive investigations and ideas were being evolved during and after the writing of this review; and during the writing of this book most in
Molecular neurobiology of the mammalian brain by Patrick L McGeer( Book )
29 editions published between 1978 and 1989 in 3 languages and held by 780 libraries worldwide
The human brain is the inner universe through which all external events are perceived. That fact alone should ensure that neuroscience will eventually receive top priority in the list of human endeavors. The brain represents the pinnacle of sophistication in the realm of living systems. Yet it is an imperfect organ, whose failures in disease processes lead to the occupation of more than half of all hospital beds and whose variable performance in the healthy state contributes in undetermined degree to the world's social problems. Every significant advance in our understanding of the brain has yielded enormous practical dividends. There is every reason to believe the future holds even greater promise. It can be said that brain research took root near the end of the last century when Ram6n y Cajal proved beyond doubt that the neuron is the basic functioning unit of the brain and Sherrington revealed its method of transmitting impulses. But it is only in the past two decades that neuroscience has been established as a recognized discipline where the anatomical, physiological, and chemical aspects of neuronal function are treated in a unified fashion. It can be anticipated that this logical advance'will allow brain research to reach new levels of sophistication. Already it has resulted in the establishment of graduate programs at dozens of universities, and the found ing of numerous journals devoted to reports of interdisciplinary research on the brain
The neurophysiological basis of mind; the principles of neurophysiology by John C Eccles( Book )
41 editions published between 1952 and 1988 in 3 languages and held by 751 libraries worldwide
Brain and conscious experience : study Week, September 28 to October 4, 1964, of the Pontificia Academia Scientiarum ; [papers and discussions] by Pontificia Accademia delle scienze( Book )
49 editions published between 1965 and 2011 in English and German and held by 674 libraries worldwide
The planning of this Study Week at the Pontifical Academy of Science from September 28 to October 4, 1964, began just two years before when the President, Professor Lemaitre, asked me if 1 would be responsible for a Study Week relating Psychology to what we may call the Neurosciences. 1 accepted this responsibility on the understanding that 1 could have as sistance from two colleagues in the Academy, Professors Heymans and Chagas. Besides participating in the Study Week they gave me much needed assistance and advice in the arduous and, at times, perplexing task that 1 had undertaken, and 1 gratefully acknowledge my indebtedness to them. Though there have been in recent years many symposia concerned with the so-called higher functions of the brain, for example with percep tion, learning and conditioning, and with the processing of information in the brain, there has to my knowledge been no symposium specifically with brain functions and consciousness since the memorable treating Laurentian Conference of 1953, which was later published in 1954 as the book, "Brain Mechanisms and Consciousness
The human psyche by John C Eccles( Book )
38 editions published between 1979 and 2013 in 3 languages and held by 668 libraries worldwide
The cerebellum as a neuronal machine, by John C. Eccles [et al.] by John C Eccles( Book )
21 editions published between 1967 and 2013 in English and German and held by 527 libraries worldwide
This book has had a three-fold origin, corresponding to the discoveries made by the three authors and their collaborators during the last few years - mostly since 1962. A most fruitful symposium on the cerebellum was held in Tokyo at the time of the International Physiological Congress in September 1965, and there was then formulated the project of writing this book so as to organize all this new knowledge and make it readily available, and to give opportunity for the con ceptual developments that may be seen in Chapters XI, XII and XV in particular. The present account of the physiological properties of the cerebellar cortex is based to a large extent on systematic investigations that were concerned with discovering the mode of operation of the constituent neuronal elements of the cerebellar cortex. This work was carried out in the Physiology Department of the Australian National University from 1963 to 1966 in collaboration with several visiting scientists - initially Drs. ANDERSEN, OscARssaN and VooRHOEVE and later Drs. LuNAs, SAsAKI and STRATA - to all of whom grateful thanks are extended for a great many of the figures, and even more significantly for the original and critical contributions that they made to so many aspects of this exploration into the mode of operation of the neural machinery of the cerebellar cortex
The future of science : 1975 Nobel Conference by Timothy C. L Robinson( Book )
7 editions published between 1976 and 1977 in English and held by 516 libraries worldwide
Mind and brain : the many-faceted problems : selected readings from the proceedings of the International Conferences on the Unity of the Sciences ( Book )
13 editions published between 1982 and 1987 in English and Danish and held by 478 libraries worldwide
Brain and human behavior by A. G Karczmar( Book )
20 editions published in 1972 in English and held by 451 libraries worldwide
This volume is based on the Symposium on "The Brain and Human Behavior," held in October of 1969 as a part of the centennial observance of the Loyola Uni versity of Chicago. As President of the University, I was pleased to offer the University's support for the organization of this Symposium and to participate in some of its sessions. The volume which I now have the pleasure to introduce employs the materials of the Symposium as a framework. Its chapters constitute updated and greatly expanded versions of the original presentations, edited and organized so as to constitute an integrated picture of Neurosciences and their epistemological aspects. It seems appropriate for me to describe at this time certain features of this Jesuit University and of its Centennial which are particularly pertinent in the context of the present volume. Loyola University of Chicago opened its classes on September 5, 1870 with a faculty of 4 and a student body of 37. Today, Loyola University is the largest in dependent University in Illinois and the largest institution of higher learning under Catholic sponsorship in the United States of America. The University comprises twelve schools and colleges, a faculty of more than 1,600 and a student body of 16,545. As an institution of learning, this University is dedicated to knowledge; but perhaps more particularly than others, it is dedicated to the integration of truth and the knowledge of man as such
Sherrington, his life and thought by John C Eccles( Book )
18 editions published between 1978 and 2012 in 4 languages and held by 409 libraries worldwide
So much has been written about the scientific contributions of Sherrington that the man himself, and his thoughts, have been overshadowed. More and more, students of history are calling for creative writing on the whole man, particularly when he is a genius. Those interested in the genesis of ideas want to know the settings for discoveries and the relevant circumstances which ushered in new truths and new insights. The "prepared mind" which Pasteur saw as the only one to be "favoured by fortune" is of immense importance in science, and our account of Sherring ton, we hope, will fill a very real gap in this field. During his life Sherrington actively discouraged any sugges tions that a biography be written. For that reason it was not until 1947 that there were any biographical notes by John Fulton, Graham Brown and A.D. Ritchie in a number of the British Medical Journal commemorating his ninetieth birthday, and in addition there was a leading article entitled "The Influence of Sherrington on Oinical Neurology". He left no autobiographical material except the few pages of reminiscences entitled "Mar ginalia", an essay written in honour of Charles Singer (1953)
The human mind by John D Roslansky( Book )
15 editions published between 1967 and 1969 in English and Undetermined and held by 356 libraries worldwide
The inhibitory pathways of the central nervous system by John C Eccles( Book )
13 editions published between 1969 and 1971 in English and Russian and held by 310 libraries worldwide
Physiology of spinal neurons by John C Eccles( Book )
17 editions published in 1964 in English and Dutch and held by 309 libraries worldwide
Physiology of Spinal Neurons
Organization of the spinal cord by John C Eccles( Book )
16 editions published in 1964 in 3 languages and held by 273 libraries worldwide
An interview with Sir John Eccles by John C Eccles( Sound Recording )
1 edition published in 1975 in English and held by 3 libraries worldwide
Sir John Eccles discusses the influences upon and development of his professional life. Eccles outlines the early knowledge of neurobiology and research into brain mechanisms. The function of the brain and the importance of synaptic mechanisms are the focus of this discussion. Eccles also explains the experiments in which he isolated the chemical elements which operate the nervous system and the brain
 
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Ioannes Carew Eccles
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Джон Еклс
Джон Кэрью Экклс
Экклс, Джон 1903-1997
Экклс, Джон Кэрью
جان اکلس
جون إيكلس
جوہن ایکلس
존 에클스
エクルズ, J. C
エクルズ, ジョン・C
エックルス, J. C
エックルス, ジョン・C
ジョン・C・エックルス
约翰·卡鲁·埃克尔斯
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English (478)
German (65)
Spanish (14)
French (13)
Italian (11)
Japanese (10)
Chinese (2)
Dutch (2)
Danish (1)
Polish (1)
Russian (1)
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