Announcement 4 trial g why soccess final review

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Final Review Charles Bell Year : late 18005 . non - experimentalist who worked by Observations when conducting on humans and worked in the area of the spinal nerves . In 1811 wrote a book called " Ideal new anatomy of the Brain " Santiago Ramon y ( ajal Year : late 18005 . Used professor Golgi 's method of staining to prone neuron theory and won a Nobel Prize Francois Magendie . Year : 18205 - frenchmen and prototype experimenter Known for his experiments with spinal roots - Published a series of experiments In 1822 and found that if You severed the anterior root , the muscle attached to it became Placid Francis Gall Year : 17905 - Important for localization - In 1795 , published findings and traits of the brain which eventually lead to the field of Phrenology - he argued that by just observing the outward appearance ot the skull you could see When the cortical organs worked John Hugh lings Jackson Year : late 18505 - Defined epilepsy as a mobile spot on cortex that affects certain muscle groups - had an interest in partial seizures and found What is Known as the " March of symptoms " which is the order that symptoms appear and it was always the same order Hitzeg 4 Fritsch Year : 1870 1870 18205 ? ? ? - German scientists who did experiments on electrical Stimulation in the brain with dogs - work World later inspire David Ferrier John Hvghlings Jackson Year : 1850 s - defined epilepsy as a mobile spot on the cortex of the brain that affects certain muscle groups - he had an interest in partial seizures and fond what is Known as the " March of symptoms " which was the order that the symptom appeared in David Ferrier Year : 18705 - aimed to extend the results of Hitzig } Fritsch - bekame a physician at the West Riding lunatic Asylum where he Was given a lab and worked with Primates - In 1876 published a book Called " Functions of the brain " Where he described the motor action of the brain and when it had motor Center spots Alfred Fournier and GPI Year : logos - 18905 - started his Career in sy philology which later disappeared after penicillin - argued that GPI can be found in syphilis - GPI is proven as an effect of tertiary syphilis
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Broca and the man named Tah Year : 18605 - french clinician and pathologist - drawn to a Case where a man had an accident and could now only make one sound " Tan " - found an absess in the left side of the brain and this occurrence was an early representation of the disease aphasia Prefrontal lobotomy - 19305 - 19405
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Weeki - articles : Galen Marke 4 0 ' Malley , secondary source Galen Year : 120-100 AD . Did experiments on animals to understand human anatomy . Believed the most important spirits were in the Brain not the heart , opposite Aristotle article . Frank - Thomas Willis on Brain and Mind Year : 1660 s Themes : localization spatial differentiation and sequential action , devised the brain into 3 parts .
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