Sigmund Freud (1856-1939)
Charles A. Beard, Robert Michels
Edward L. Thorndike
I. § 1. Another formulation of the conditions governing the value of money, 38. — II. §2. The term "value of money," 39. — III. § 3. The demand for legal-tender money, 40. — § 4. The derived demand schedule for legal tender, 42. — § 5. The...
Frank M. Chapman, Louis Agassiz Fuertes
Walter Matthew Gallichan
Edgar Nelson Transeau, H. C. (Homer Cleveland) Sampson, L. H. Tiffany
University of Minnesota Masters thesis. 1917. Major: Psychology. 1 computer file (PDF); 110 pages.
Published June 1917. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog
George Thomas White Patrick, Jelliffe
Harold J. Laski
J. B. S. Haldane
G. Carl Huber
"The presence of flies is an indication of uncleanliness, insanitary conditions, and improper disposal of substances in which they breed. They are not only annoying; they are actually dangerous to health, because they may carry disease germs to exposed...
Leonard T. Troland
Lester R. Dragstedt, James J. Moorhead
John Auer, Frederick L. Gates
Preface.Thirty or forty years ago, in the field of physical science, therewas a widespread feeling that the days of adventurous discovery hadpassed forever, and the conservative physicist was only too happy todevote his life to the measurement to the...
To the Editor: —In the Current Comment on "The Function of the Prostate" (The Journal, Feb. 17, 1917, p. 553), it is stated that "it has been noted that the spermatozoa are practically motionless while in the seminiferous tubules of the testis, but...
Mary J. Rathbun
J. W. McNee, John Shaw Dunn
J. Homer Wright, George R. Minot
Augusta Fox Bronner
G. Canby Robinson, J. F. Bredeck
Donald J. Matthews
M. A. Kidder, Alfred Kidder
Rudolf Pintner, Donald G. Paterson
Clarence Hamilton Kennedy
Oswald H. Robertson
Ernest G. Stillman
Joseph S. Davis
Harold E. Burtt
S. S. Buckman
Barton Warren Evermann, Lewis Radcliffe
Harold E. Burtt
J. Whitridge Williams
Yutaka Ido, Rokuro Hoki, Hiroshi Ito, Hidetsune Wani
O. T. Manley, David Marine
The Second Theorem of Consistency for Summable Series
Herbert Woodrow, Benjamin Karpman
It is our purpose to summarize the results of investigations which are published concurrently, under the same general heading, as a series of ten articles in the May and June numbers of the Journal of Infectious Diseases. For details, the reader must...
C. H. Browning, R. Gulbransen, E. L. Kennaway, L. H. D. Thornton
William Kelley Wright, Th. Flournoy, Edwin B. Holt, William James
Frank C. Mann
A history of elementary mathematics with hints on methods of teaching
John Fraser, Hamilton Drummond
E. A. Cockayne, Gladstone Rj
Harold L. Amoss, Edward Taylor
H. S. (Herbert Spencer) Jennings
Carl J. Wiggers, Archie L. Dean
In a paper on acquired diverticulitis of the large intestine, in 1907, Wilson, Giffin and I1 were able to demonstrate the pathology and to outline the clinical history of the condition to which Graser2 called attention in 1898. Our five cases in which...
Edward Taylor, Harold L. Amoss
S. G. Shattock
While a slight amount of eversion of the female urethra is not uncommon, a pronounced bulging or prolapse of the mucous and submucous tissues is fortunately rare. The condition is found with greatest frequency in children, namely, in 60 per cent, of reported...
University of Minnesota Ph.D. dissertation. 1917. Major: Pediatrics. 1 computer file (PDF); 34 pages.
No authorship indicated
Louis C. Parkes, Henry Kenwood
August Bebel, Daniel De Leon
Charlotte G. Garrison, Agnes Burke, Leta S. Hollingworth
H. M. Chittenden, J. B. Tyrrell
Characterizes five transcontinental life zones in Wyoming; defines their extent and limits; lists mammal, breeding bird, reptile, amphibian, and plant species; and provides notes on distribution and abundance of trees observed during the survey.
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Glycogen in the nervous system of vertebrates
Harry Gauss, Karl Meyer
Margaret Floy Washburn
FOREWORD BY DR. KEYES The results achieved by Dr. Barringer in the control of malignant disease of the prostate and bladder by the application of radium (unconfirmed though they be by the lapse of a number of years) are nevertheless striking and offer...