The Investigative Enterprise; Experimental Physiology in Nineteenth-Century Medicine.
by COLEMAN, William (1934-1988); Frederic Lawrence HOLMES (1932-2016) (editors).
Berkeley:: University of California Press, 1988., 1988. 8vo. v, , 342,  pp. 9 illus., index. Black white-stamped cloth; dust-jacket. Near fine. ISBN: 0520060482 "As the editors of this fine collection of essays stress in their thoughtful introduction, the rise and establishment of experimental physiology in the nineteenth century largely represented a change of scale-a shift from the singular efforts of individual pioneers to the integrated research and teaching activities of purposely-created institutes. The many factors that influence and characterize that shift occupy the authors in different ways. The principal focus of several contributors is the emergence of the Physiological Institute within the decentralized university system of Germany" – October 1989 review, Medical History.
(Inventory #: MRM1455)
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