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Carmichael's manual of child psychology. Vol. 1. New York: Wiley, 1970. Pp. 447-563. Child, C. M. The origin and development of the nervous system from a physiological viewpoint. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1921. Clark, E. , & Clark, E. R. On the early pulsations of the posterior lymph hearts in chick embryos: their relation to the body movements. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 1914, 17, 373-394. Coghill, G. E. Anatomy and the problem of behaviour. : Cambridge University Press, 1929.

So goes the reasoning of Sperry (1965), who, emphasizing the specificity of connections between neurons within the motor systems as well as within the sensory systems, has revived and greatly extended Ramon y Cajal's and Forssman's idea of chemical affinities mediating selective growth between similar types of fibers in the nervous system (reviewed in Ramon y Cajal, 1928). The central idea here, in the hands of Sperry, is that nerve cells 26 GILBERT GOTTLIEB (and their fiber tips) have a distinctive biochemical (cytochemical) composition which is matched only by cells and fibers in some other part of the system and, because of these cytochemical identities, synapses are formed between these particular cells and not other cells.

Sechenov Journal of Physiology (USSR), 1963, 49, 701-705. Bok, S. T. Stimulogenous fibrillation as the cause of the structure of the nervous system. Psychiatrie en Neurologie, Vol. 19. Amsterdam: Bladen, 1915. Pp. 393-408. , & Schieti-Cavazza, B. Survival in adult mealworm beetles (Tenebrio molitor) of learning acquired at the larval stage. Nature (London), 1970, 225, 963-964. Bursian, A. V. Primitive forms of photosensitivity at early stages of embryogenesis in the chick. Journal of Evolutionary Biochemistry and Physiology, 1965, 1, 435-441 (translated from Russian).

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