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Introduction to the study of experimental medicine

Author: Bernard, Claude Series: Dover books on biology, psychology, and medicine Publisher: Dover Publications, 1957.Language: EnglishDescription: 226 p. ; 20 cm.ISBN: 9780486204000Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Book Europe Campus
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Print R850 .B47 1957
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Includes bibliographical references

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An Introduction to the Study of Experimental Medicine Contents PAGE AUTHOR'S PREFACE ............................................................................................ 1 PART ONE EXPERIMENTAL REASONING CHAPTER I. OBSERVATION AND EXPERIMENT .................................................................. II. THE A PRIORI IDEA AND DOUBT IN EXPERIMENTAL REASONING .............. 5 27 PART TWO EXPERIMENTATION WITH LIVING BEINGS I. EXPERIMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS COMMON TO LIVING THINGS AND INORGANIC BODIES ..................................................................... II. EXPERIMENTAL CONSIDERATIONS PECULIAR TO LIVING BEINGS ........... 59 87 PART THREE APPLICATIONS OF THE EXPERIMENTAL METHOD TO THE STUDY OF VITAL PHENOMENA I. EXAMPLES OF EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGICAL INVESTIGA TION ................................................................................................... II. EXAMPLES OF EXPERIMENTAL PHYSIOLOGICAL CRITICISIM .................... III. INVESTIGATION AND CRITICISM AS APPLIED TO EXPERIMEN TAL MEDICINE................................................................................... IV. PHILOSOPHIC OBSTACLES ENCOUNTERED BY EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE .......................................................................................... 151 172 190 196

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