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Grotjahn, M. (1941). The Hypothalamus: A Review of the Experimental Data: W. R. Ingram. Psychosomatic Med., I, 1939, pp. 48–91.. Psychoanal Q., 10:360.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: The Hypothalamus: A Review of the Experimental Data: W. R. Ingram. Psychosomatic Med., I, 1939, pp. 48–91.

(1941). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 10:360

The Hypothalamus: A Review of the Experimental Data: W. R. Ingram. Psychosomatic Med., I, 1939, pp. 48–91.

Martin Grotjahn

The variety of functions attributable to such a small structure as the hypothalamus seems incredible. A review of four hundred papers covering experimental data is given.

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Article Citation

Grotjahn, M. (1941). The Hypothalamus: A Review of the Experimental Data. Psychoanal. Q., 10:360

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