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Reflexes Elicitable In The Cat From Pinna Vibrissæ And Jaws

C. S. Sherrington
Medicine, Chemistry

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CONTENTS. PAGE I. Reflexes of the pinna .404 (1) Retraction reflex .405 (2) Folding reflex .411 (3) Head-shake reflex .413 (4) Cover reflex. 416 (5) Scratch reflex (in relation to the pinna) .417 (6) Inter-relations of the pinnal reflexes .418 (7) Comparison of the receptive-fields of the pinnal reflexes with the skin-fields of the cranio-spinal nerve-roots of the pinnal region .419 II. Reflexes from the vibrisse . . . 420 III. Jaw reflexes ..420 (1) Jaw-closing --420 (2) Jaw-opening --420 IV. Narcotics and the reflexes -423 V. Representation in the cortex cerebri of the reflex movements . 423 VI. Comparison of the reflexes with reactions of the normal animal . 426 VII. Nature of the adequate stimuli and the sensations . 428
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