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Titles include: An Experimental Study of Sleep, History of science and technology program
Titles include: An Experimental Study of Sleep, History of science and technology program. Early history of nuclear medicine, A Popular Treatise on Medical Electricity, Experimental Physiology, and Modern Developments in Medicine.
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The Source and Aim of Human Progress. William James, Boris Sidis. An Experimental Study of Sleep: (from the Physiological Laboratory of the Harvard Medical School and from Sidis Laboratory). Nervous Ills: Their Cause and Cure.
From the Physiological Laboratory of the Harvard Medical School and From Sidis' Laboratory. That is why' even at present we often hear the saying that sleep is the companion of death. On the other hand death is often described as sleep. On the same basis dreams were explained by the primitive mind, the soul in sleep leaves the body and wanders away; on its wanderings the soul meets with all kinds of adventures and it is such experience that gives rise to dreams.