Pavlovianism and Clinical Psychiatry

  • Joseph Wortis


As a clinical psychiatrist with some research interests I cannot speak to you about Pavlovian physiology from the interior position of a physiologist but rather as an outsider whose clinical understanding and approaches are much indebted to the work of Pavlov and his school.


Clinical Psychiatry Partial Inhibition Inhibitory State High Nervous Activity Direct Cortical Stimulation 
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