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Some Problems in Regard to Alimentary Sensitivity
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Notes and References
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1BORING, E. G. Sensations of the Alimentary Canal, Amer. Jour. of Psy., Vol. 26, 1915, 1-57.
2BORING, E. G. The Thermal Sensitivity of the Stomach, Amer. Jour. of Psy., Vol. 26, 1915, 485-494.
3BORING, E. G. and LUCE, AMY. Psychological Basis of Appetite, Amer. Jour. of Psy., Vol. 28, 1917, 443-453.
4CARLSON, A. J. The Control of Hunger in Health and Disease, Univ of Chicago Press: 1916, 319 pp.
5CARLSON, A. J. Contributions to the Psychology of the Stomach, Amer. Jour. of Physiology, Vol. 45, 1918, 120-146.
6EINHORN, MAx, Diseases of the Stomach (6th revised ed.), Wood: 1917, 569 pp.
7HURST, A. F. The Sensibility of the Alimentary Canal, Oxford Univ. Press: 1911, 83 pp.