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"Anatomical mechanism of ideation, association and attention" [1895] and "Certain points in neurological histophysiology" [1896]: Cajal's conjectures, then and now.

Elena I Antonakou, Lazaros C Triarhou,

The purpose of this article is two-fold: first, to preserve, in updated English translations, two theoretical papers written by Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934) in 1895 and 1896 under the titles, "Conjectures on the anatomical mechanism of ideation, association and attention" and "Conjectural interpretations of certain points in neurological histophysiology"; ... Read more >>

J Chem Neuroanat (Journal of chemical neuroanatomy)
[2019, 104:101702]

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Sven Ingvar (1889-1947) of Lund University and the Centennial of His Landmark Dissertation on Cerebellar Phylo-Ontogeny.

Lazaros C Triarhou,

In January 1919, Sven Ingvar (1889-1947) defended his doctoral dissertation (required for the M.D. degree) on cerebellar phylogeny, development, and function at Lund University, Sweden. The work was supervised by Cornelius U. Ariëns Kappers (1877-1946) in Amsterdam and by Karl Petrén (1868-1927) in Lund. A physician of many interests, Ingvar ... Read more >>

Cerebellum (Cerebellum (London, England))
[2019, 18(4):676-687]

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Women neuropsychiatrists on Wagner-Jauregg's staff in Vienna at the time of the Nobel award: ordeal and fortitude.

Lazaros C Triarhou,

This article profiles the scientific lives of six women physicians on the staff of the Clinic of Neurology and Psychiatry at the University of Vienna in 1927, the year when its Director, Julius Wagner-Jauregg, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. They were all of Jewish descent and ... Read more >>

Hist Psychiatry (History of psychiatry)
[2019, 30(4):393-408]

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The physiological experiments of Constantin von Economo on the central pathways of mastication and deglutition.

Vasiliki G Petousi, Hariklia Proios, Lazaros C Triarhou,

The first study of Constantin von Economo on the mammalian brain was published in 1902. Experiments were carried out in rabbits at the Physiological Institute headed by Siegmund von Exner-Ewarten in Vienna to investigate the central pathways of chewing and swallowing. After placing cortical lesions, Economo applied cortical and subcortical ... Read more >>

Rev Neurol (Paris) (Revue neurologique)
[2019, 175(9):506-518]

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Lothar von Frankl-Hochwart (1862-1914).

Lazaros C Triarhou,

J Neurol (Journal of neurology)
[2018, 265(12):3036-3037]

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Johann Paul Karplus (1866-1936).

Lazaros C Triarhou,

J Neurol (Journal of neurology)
[2018, 265(11):2752-2753]

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The Comparative Neurology of Neocortical Gyration and the Quest for Functional Specialization.

Lazaros C Triarhou,

Front Syst Neurosci (Frontiers in systems neuroscience)
[2017, 11:96]

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The Fifth International Neurological Congress in Lisbon, 1953.

Christina-Areti Tychala, Lazaros C Triarhou,

We present an overview of the International Neurological Congress that was held in Lisbon, Portugal, on September 7-12, 1953, the fifth in the series of meetings that became a tradition and helped to establish Neurology and Neurosurgery as independent medical specialties in the mid-twentieth century. Four main symposia focused on ... Read more >>

Eur Neurol (European neurology)
[2018, 80(5-6):321-332]

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Constantin Tsiminakis (1875-1942): Neurologist, Neuropathologist, Statesman.

Lazaros C Triarhou,

The article is a 75-year memorial tribute to the Greek neurologist, Constantin Tsiminakis (1875-1942). Coming from a family of physicians, Tsiminakis graduated from the University of Athens in 1897, and trained in Vienna under Nothnagel, Frankl-Hochwart, and Obersteiner. In 1905, he was appointed Reader in Neurology and Psychiatry at his ... Read more >>

Eur Neurol (European neurology)
[2017, 78(3-4):221-227]

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Garth J. Thomas, Physiological Psychologist: An Appraisal of His Contributions to Memory Research.

Anny Tzouma, Lazaros C Triarhou,

This note is a tribute to Garth J. Thomas (1916-2008), late Professor of Brain Research at the University of Rochester, New York. Thomas was an influential psychologist, albeit for his research in learning and memory, as much as for his work as editor of the Journal of Comparative and Physiological ... Read more >>

Ann Neurosci (Annals of neurosciences)
[2018, 24(4):201-206]

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Soul, butterfly, mythological nymph: psyche in philosophy and neuroscience.

Elena I Antonakou, Lazaros C Triarhou,

The term "psyche" and its derivatives - including "Psychology" and "Psychiatry" - are rooted in classical philosophy and in mythology. Over the centuries, psyche has been the subject of discourse and contemplation, and of fable; it has also come to signify, in entomology, the order of Lepidoptera. In the current ... Read more >>

Arq Neuropsiquiatr (Arquivos de neuro-psiquiatria)
[2017, 75(3):176-179]

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Constantin von Economo's last publication: a commentary on Charles Fraipont's "Évolution cérébrale".

Lazaros C Triarhou,

This paper highlights a commentary written by the neurologist Constantin von Economo on a book published by the Belgian paleontologist Charles Fraipont in 1931. The commentary appears to be Economo's last opus, published posthumously in early 1933. The reviewed work deals with the evolution of the brain in primates, hominids ... Read more >>

Acta Med Hist Adriat (Acta medico-historica adriatica : AMHA)
[2016, 14(2):387-392]

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Sesquicentennial Tribute to Emil Redlich (1866-1930), The 'Embodied Conscience of Neurology'.

Nicolina E Savvaidou, Lazaros C Triarhou,

Professor Emil Redlich (1866-1930) of the University of Vienna was born 150 years ago. Raised in a humble environment, he became an eminent researcher and neurology scholar, and succeeded in laying some of the key foundations of neuroanatomy and neuropathology. His name is linked to medical eponyms that define the ... Read more >>

Eur Neurol (European neurology)
[2016, 76(5-6):267-277]

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The Cerebellar System and What it Signifies from a Biological Perspective, by Professor Christofredo Jakob (English Translation).

Anny Tzouma, Lazaros C Triarhou,

The paper is an English translation of Christofredo Jakob's 1938 lecture on cerebellar neurobiology, rendered from the original Spanish text. Communicated at the special sessions of the Society of Neurology and Psychiatry of Buenos Aires, December 1938. ... Read more >>

Cerebellum (Cerebellum (London, England))
[2016, 15(4):395-416]

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Anders Retzius and his gyri.

Ilias A K Ziogas, Lazaros C Triarhou,

Anders Retzius (1796-1860), a renowned Swedish scientist, left important contributions to human and animal anatomy. He was the first to discover, in 1856, two small bulges as part of the medial segment of the hippocampal tail. These convolutions were named "gyri Andreae Retzii" by his son, Gustaf Retzius (1842-1919), in ... Read more >>

Neurol Sci (Neurological sciences : official journal of the Italian Neurological Society and of the Italian Society of Clinical Neurophysiology)
[2016, 37(11):1861-1866]

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Commentary on "The Cerebellar System and What it Signifies from a Biological Perspective: A Communication by Christofredo Jakob (1866-1956) Before the Society of Neurology and Psychiatry of Buenos Aires, December 1938".

Anny Tzouma, Daniel S Margulies, Lazaros C Triarhou,

This commentary highlights a "cerebellar classic" by a pioneer of neurobiology, Christfried Jakob. Jakob discussed the connectivity between the cerebellum and mesencephalic, diencephalic, and telencephalic structures in an evolutionary, developmental, and histophysiological perspective. He proposed three evolutionary morphofunctional stages, the archicerebellar, paleocerebellar, and neocerebellar; he attributed the reduced cerebellospinal connections ... Read more >>

Cerebellum (Cerebellum (London, England))
[2016, 15(4):417-424]

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The musical centers of the brain: Vladimir E. Larionov (1857-1929) and the functional neuroanatomy of auditory perception.

Lazaros C Triarhou, Tatyana Verina,

In 1899 a landmark paper entitled "On the musical centers of the brain" was published in Pflügers Archiv, based on work carried out in the Anatomo-Physiological Laboratory of the Neuropsychiatric Clinic of Vladimir M. Bekhterev (1857-1927) in St. Petersburg, Imperial Russia. The author of that paper was Vladimir E. Larionov ... Read more >>

J Chem Neuroanat (Journal of chemical neuroanatomy)
[2016, 77:143-160]

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Neuromusicology or Musiconeurology? "Omni-art" in Alexander Scriabin as a Fount of Ideas.

Lazaros C Triarhou,

Science can uncover neural mechanisms by looking at the work of artists. The ingenuity of a titan of classical music, the Russian composer Alexander Scriabin (1872-1915), in combining all the sensory modalities into a polyphony of aesthetical experience, and his creation of a chord based on fourths rather than the ... Read more >>

Front Psychol (Frontiers in psychology)
[2016, 7:364]

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Jules-Auguste Soury (1842-1915): A Centennial Call to Mind.

Lazaros C Triarhou,

Jules-Auguste Soury (1842-1915), a Parisian theorist and historian of science, was the author of 'The Central Nervous System', one of the most comprehensive and original accounts, until 1900, of the history of brain research. A contemporary of Jules Déjerine (1849-1917), Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934), and other pioneers of neurology, ... Read more >>

Eur Neurol (European neurology)
[2016, 75(1-2):12-25]

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József von Lenhossék (1818-1888).

Lazaros C Triarhou,

J Neurol (Journal of neurology)
[2016, 263(2):417-418]

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Axons emanating from dendrites: phylogenetic repercussions with Cajalian hues.

Lazaros C Triarhou,

Front Neuroanat (Frontiers in neuroanatomy)
[2014, 8:133]

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An avant-garde professorship of neurobiology in education: Christofredo Jakob (1866-1956) and the 1920s lead of the National University of La Plata, Argentina.

Zoe D Théodoridou, Athanasios Koutsoklenis, Manuel del Cerro, Lazaros C Triarhou,

The interdisciplinary trend in "Mind, Brain, and Education" has witnessed dynamic international growth in recent years. Yet, it remains little known that the National University of La Plata in Argentina probably holds the historical precedent as the world's first institution of higher education that formally included neurobiology in the curriculum ... Read more >>

J Hist Neurosci (Journal of the history of the neurosciences)
[2013, 22(4):366-382]

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Anders Retzius (1796-1860).

Lazaros C Triarhou,

J Neurol (Journal of neurology)
[2013, 260(5):1445-1446]

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Alfred Fuchs (1870–1927).

Lazaros C Triarhou,

J Neurol (Journal of neurology)
[2012, 259(8):1764-1765]

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Erwin Stransky (1877-1962).

Lazaros C Triarhou,

J Neurol (Journal of neurology)
[2012, 259(9):2012-2013]

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