London:: Edward Arnold, 1910., 1910. 8vo. vii, , 239,  pp. 28 figures, index. Red blind- and gilt-stamped cloth; some fading, rubbed. Very good. First edition. The author deals with all forms of the sensory organs: cuteneous sensation, pain, protopathic and epicritic sensibility, taste & smell, hearing, vision, etc., color blindness, illusions, Meniere's, disease, night blindness, includes a historical description of historical theories on vision. / Major Greenwood, Fellow of the Royal Society, British epidemiologist and statistician, was Director of the London Hospital Statistical Dept., Statistician to the Lister Institute of Preventative Medicine. He was elected President of the Royal Statistical Society (1934), and awarded its Guy Medal in Gold (1945). See: W. J. O'Connor, British Physiologists 1885-1914: A Biographical Dictionary, (1991), pp. 282-3. See also: Mary Collins, Colour-Blindness: With a Comparison of Different Methods of Testing . . . (2015), p.30.
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