Studies in the Osteopathic Sciences
The Physiology of Consciousness: Volume 3
Louisa Burns, M.S., D.O., D.Sc.O.

ALLISON, H. E.—Insanity and Homicide, 1898.

ANGELL, J. R., AND THOMPSON, H. R.—A study of the Relations Between Certain Organic Processes and Consciousness, 1901.

ANGELL, J.R.—Psychology, 1905.

BAILEY, P.—Diseases of the Nervous System Resulting from Accident and Injury, 1908.

BAIN, ALEXANDER.—Education as a Science.
            The Senses and the Intellect.

BALDWIN, J. M.—Mental Development in the Child and the Race, 1906.

BANCROFT, C. P.—Sub-conscious Homicide and Suicide, 1898.

BARKER, L. F.—The Nervous System and Its Constituent Neurons, 1899.

BARR, M. W.—Mental Defectives, 1904.

BEAN, R. B.—Some Racial Peculiarities of the Negro Brain, 1906.

BERKELEY, GEORGE.—New Theory of Vision, 1707.
            Principles of Human Knowledge, 1710.

BERKLEY, H. J.—A Treatise on Mental Diseases, 1900.

BLACKBURN, I. W.—Anomalies of the Encephalic Arteries Among the Insane, 1907.

BROWER, D. R., AND BANNISTER, H. M.—Manual of Insanity, 1902.

BROWN, L. R.—Some Conclusions After Operations on the Pelvic Diseases of Insane Women, 1905.

BULLFINCH.—Studies in Mythology, 1890.

CAMPBELL, A. W.—Histological Studies on the Localization of Cerebral Function, 1910.

CANNON, W. B., AND DE LA PAZ, D.—The Stimulation of Adrenal Secretion by Emotional Excitement; Journal of American Medical Association, March 11, 1911.

CARRINGTON, H.—The coming Science, 1908.

CHANNING, WALTER.—The Mental States of Czolgosz, 1902.

CLOUSTON, T. S.—The Hygiene of the Mind, 1907.

COMENIUS, JOHN AMOS.—Didactica Magna, About 1630.
            Janna Linguarum Reserata, 1631.
            Orbis Sensualium Pictus, 1658.

CONDILLAC.—The Course of Study, about 1757.

CORIAT, H.—The psychopathology of Apraxia, 1911.

CROTHERS, T. D.—Morphinism and the Narcomanias from Other Drugs, 1902.’

DANA, C. L.—The Optic Thalamus, 1909.
            Nervous Diseases and Psychiatry, 1908.

DAVIS, H. B.—The Raccoon: A Study in Animal Intelligence, 1907.

DAVIS, N. K.—Elements of Psychology, 1892.

DERCUM, F. X.—The Role of Dreams in Etiology, 1911.

DESCARTES.—The Discourse of Method, 1637.
            Considerations Touching the Sciences, about 1640.

DOLAN, A. S.—Insanity in Its Relation to Psychology, 1899.

DUBOIS, PAUL.—The Psychic Treatment of Nervous Disorders, 1908.

EDGEWORTH, MARIA.—Practical education, 1798.

EDINGER, LUDWIG.—Central Nervous System of Man and of Vertebrates in General, 1900.

ELLIS, HAVELOCK.—Man and Woman, 1895.
            Psychology of Sex, 1901-1906.

FENELON, FRANCOIS.—On the Education of Girls, 1680.

FISKE, JOHN.—Myths and Myth Makers, 1000.

FLAMMARION, C.—The Unknown, 1900.

FOURIER.—Natural Education, about 1810.

FRANZ, S. I.—On the Functions of the Cerebrum; the Frontal Lobes, 1907.

FRIEDLANDER, A.—Hysteria and Modern Psychoanalysis; Journal of Abnormal Psychology, February-March 1911.

FROEBEL, FRIEDRICH.—Treatise on Sphericity, 1811.
            The Education of Man, 1826.

GALTON, FRANCIS.—Inquiries into Human Faculty and Its Development, 1883.

GOLGI.—The Doctrine of the Neuron, 1907.

GORDINIER, H. C.—Anatomy of the Central Nervous System, 1899.

GORDON, A.—Superficial and Deep Sensory Disturbances in Their Relation to Astereognosis and Asymbolia; Medical Record, July 1, 1910.
            Diseases of the Nervous System, 1908.

GRASSET, J.—Demifous et Demiresponsables, 1907.

GROOS, K.—The Play of Man, 1901.

GROSSE, E.—The Beginnings of Art, 1897.

            Raoul and Victor, 1821.
            Family Letters on Education, 1826.

GULICK, L.—Evolution, Racial and Habitudinal, 1900.

GUTHRIE, C. C. PIKE, F. H., AND STEWART, G. N.—The Maiantenance of Cerebral Activity by Artificial Circulation, 1906.

HELVITIUS.—Treatise on Man, 1772.

HERBART, J. F.—General Pedagogy, 1806.

HERRICK, C. L.—The Beginning of the Social Reaction in Man and the Lower Animals, 1904.

HERRICK, F. H.—Analysis of the Cyclical Instinct in Birds, 1907.
            Blending and Overlap of Instincts, 1907.

HESS, L.—Functional Tests of the Autonomic Nervous System in Mental Diseases, 1910.

HIRT, L.—Diseases of the Nervous System, 1899.

HOBHOUSE, L. T.—Mind in Evolution, 1901.

HOLLANDER, B.—Mental Functions of the Brain, 1901.

HOLLINGWORTH, H. L.—The Psychology of Drowsiness, 1911.

HURD, H. M.—The Religious Delusions of the Insane, 1899.

JASTROW, J.—The Sub-conscious, 1906.

JENNINGS, H. S.—Habit Formation in the Starfish; American Psychological Association, New York City, December, 1906, January, 1907.
            Behavior of the Lower Organisms, 1906.

JOHNSTON, J. B.—The Nervous System of Vertebrates, 1906.

JONES, E. E.—The influence of Bodily Posture on Mental Activities; Archives of Psychology, 1907.

JONES, ERNEST.—Oedipus Complex of Hamlet; American Journal of Insanity.

JORDAN, D. S.—Footnotes to Evolution, 1907.

JUDD, C. H.—Psychology, 1907.

KANT, IMMANUEL.—1724-1804. Treatise on Pedagogy.
            Fragments Posthumes.

KULPE, O.—Outlines of Psychology, Translated by E. B. Titchener, 1905.

LADD, G. T.—Outlines of Descriptive Psychology, 1907.

LOCKE, JOHN.—Some Thoughts Concerning Education, 1693.
            Essay on Human Understanding.

LOEB, JACQUES.—Comparative Physiology of the Brain and Comparative Psychology, 1900.

LOMBROSO, CESARE.—Sensibility in Women, 1892.

LOMBROSO, C. AND FERRERO, G.— The female Offender.

LUTHER, MARTIN.—Appeal to the Magistrates and Legislators and Germany for the Education of Children, 1524.

LYDSTON, G. F.—Diseases of Society and Degeneracy, 1908.

MANN, HORACE.—The Necessity of Education in a Republican Government.

MAYER, A..—Influence des Images Sur les Secretions; Journal de Psychology Normal et Pathology, 1904.

MAXWELL, S. S.—Chemical Stimulation of the Motor Areas of the Cerebral Hemispheres, 1906.

MILL, JAMES.—Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind, about 1800.

MONTAIGNE, MICHEL.—1533--1592. Essays.
            Of Pedantry.
            Of the Education of Children.

MORAT, J. P.—Physiology of the Nervous System, 1906.

MOTT, F. W.—Hereditary Aspects of Nervous and Mental Diseases; British Medical Journal, October 8, 1910.

MUNSTERBURG, HUGO.—The Harvard Psychological Studies, 1910.
            Psychology and Life, 1899.

McCOSH, JAMES.—The Cognitive Powers, 1886.
            The Intuitions.
            The Emotions, 1886.


McMURRICH.---Development of the Human Body.

NAZEL, W. A.—Observations on the Color Sense of a Child, 1906.

NICOLE, PIERRE.—Education of a Prince, about 1690.

NORDAU, MAX.—Degeneration, 1896.

NORSWORTHY, NAOMI.—The Psychology of Mentally Deficient Children; Archives of Psychology, 1906.

O’SHEA, M. C.—Social Development and Education, 1906.

PATON, S.—The Development of the Higher Brain Centers, 1897.
            Psychiatry, 1905.

PEARL, R.—On the Correlation Between Intelligence and the Size of the Head, 1906.

PESTALOZZI, JOHANN HEINRICH.—Evening Hours of a Recluse, 1780.
            Leonard and Gertrude, 1781.
            Researches on the Course of Nature in the Development of the Human Race.
            The Book for Mothers, 1803.

PETERSON, F.—Mental Diseases, 1904.

PETERSON, F., AND LANGDON, C. H.—Katatonia, 1897.

PFUNGST, O.—Das Pferd des Herrn von Osten; Leipzig, 1907.

PILLSBURG, W. B.—The Psychology of Reasoning, 1910.

POTTS, C. S.—Nervous and Mental Diseases, 1908.

POTZL, O. EPPINGER, H. AND HESS L.—Functional Tests of the Autonomic Nervous System in Mental Diseases, 1910.

PRESTON, G. J.—Hysteria and Allied Conditions, 1907.

PRINCE, M.—The Dissociation of a Personality, 1906.

RABELAIS, FRANCOIS.—Gargantua, about 1500.

RATZEL, FRIEDRICH.—The History of Mankind, 1896.

REID, E. C.—Autopsychology in the Manic-depressive, 1910.

RICHARDSON, A. B.—The Genesis of a Delusion, 1897.

RICHTER, JEAN PAUL.—Levans; or, The Doctrine of Education, 1703.

RIPLEY, W. Z.—The Races of Europe, 1899.

ROLLIN, CHARLES.—A Treatise on Studies, 1726-1728.

ROMANES, G. J.—Mental Evolution in Man, 1898.

ROUSSEAU, J. J.—The Emile, 1762.

RUNGE, E. C.—Border Line Between Sanity and Insanity, 1898.

SACHS, B.—Advances in Neurology and Their Relation to Psychiatry, 1897.

SANTAYANA.—The Life of Reason, 1905.

SANTEE, H. E.—Anatomy of the Brain and Spinal Cord, 1907.

SCHOFIELD, A. T.—The Force of Mind, 1908.

SEASHORE, C. E.—The Consulting Psychologist, 1911.

SHERRINGTON, C. S.—The Integrative Action of the Nervous System, 1906.

SIDIS, B.—Fundamental States in Psychoneurosis, 1911.

SMITH, S.—The Limits of Educability in Paramoecium, 1908.

SPENCER, HERBERT.—1820-1903. Education.
            First Principles.
            Principles of Biology.
            Principles of Psychology.
            Principles of Sociology.
            Principles of Morality.

SPITZKA, E. A.—Three Eskimo Brains from Smith’s Sounds, 1902.

STARR, M. W.—Sub-conscious Pain: Successful Treatment by Hypnotism, 1892.

ST. JEROME.—Letter to Laeta on the Education of Her Daughter Paula, 430 A.D.

STODDDARD, W. H. G.—Mind and Its Disorders, 1909.

SWIFT, J. E.—Mind in the Making, 1908.

TALLEYRAND, P.—Rapport, about 1790.

THOMPSON, HELEN B.—The Mental Traits of Sex.

THOMPSON, W. H.—Brain and Personality, 1907.

THORNDYKE, EDWARD.—Instinct, 1899.
            The Associative Processes in Animals, 1899.

TUKE, D. H.—On the Various Modes of Providing for the Insane and Idiots in the United States and Great Britain, 1887.

VAN GEHUCHTEN, A.—Le Corps Restiforme, 1904.

WARNER, F.—Brain Disorder in School Children, 1895.

WEY, H. D.—Year Book, Elmira Reformatory, N. Y.

WHITE, W. A.—The New Functional Psychiatry, 1910.

WHITMAN, C. O.—Animal Behavior, 1898.

WORCESTER, E., McCOMB, S., AND CORIAT, I. H.—Religion and Medicine, 1908.

WORCESTER, W. L. –The psychology of Insane Delusions.

YERKES, R. M.—The Dancing Mouse: A Study in Animal Behavior, 1907.

Development of Philosophy and the Religions

BOOK OF THE DEAD.—(Compiled from manuscripts found in Egyptian tombs.)

TAO-THE-KING.—By Laoatze (Chinese.­





Socrates, Plato, Xenophon, Aristotle, Hippocrates, among the Greeks.

Quintilian, Plutarch, Marcus Aurelius, among the Romans.


J. Babor, Henry Balfour, Franz Boaz, Harriet A. Boyd, A. Dastre, A. Fric, A. Gaudry,

W. H. Holmes, A. Hrdlicka, Sir Harry Johnston, H. Karsten, N. C. Macnamara, Karel Maska, A. de Mortillet, Edouard Neville, Hugues Obermaier, W. E. Safford,

W. W. Skeat, J. Symington, J. N. Woodrich, and others.

Psychology and Psychiatry

Baldwin, Cattell, Clevenger, James, Marshall, Scripture, Thorndyke, Kraepelin, Zichen, Wernicke, Meyer,

Morel, Kahlbaum, Schule, Arndt, Wundt, Kraft-Ebing, Neumann, Freud, Lowenfeld.

The Nervous System

Apathy, Auerbach, Babinski, Baillarger, Bechterew, Bethe, Betz, Broca, Burdach, Butschli, Cajal,

Characot, Ciaglinski, Clarke, Dejerine, Ehrlich, Flechsig, Gowers, Head, Helmholtz,

Hertwig, His, Kolliker, Key, Langley, Lissauer, Loewenthal, Mallory, Mandel, Mobius,

Von Monakow, Munk, Nagle, Nansen, Nissl, Pfluger, Purkinje, Ranvier, Remak, Sabin (Florence), Sherrington, Stannius, Turck, Waldeyer, Weigert, Wright.