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Archibald Philip Bard - bibliography

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American physiologist, born October 25, 1898, "Berylwood", Hueneme, Ventura County, California; died April 5, 1977, Santa Barbara, California.


  • Diencephalic Control of the Sympathetic Nervous System.
    Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, 1928.
    "To Dr. W. B. Cannon who suggested this work and whose advice and encouragement carried it along".
  • A diencephalic mechanism for the expression of rage with special reference to the sympathetic nervous system.
    American Journal of Physiology, 1928, 84: 490-515.
  • The neuro-humoral basis of emotional reactions.
    In C. A. Munchison, editor: Foundations of Experimental Psychology. Worcester, Massachusetts: Clark University Press, 1929: 449-487.
  • Studies on the cerebral cortex. I. Localized control of placing and hopping reactions in the cat and their normal management by small cortical remnants.
    Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, Chicago, 1933, 30: 40-74.
  • On emotional expression after decortication with some remarks on certain theoretical views. Part II.
    Psychological Review, Washington, 1934, 41: 424-449.
  • A study of four cats deprived of neocortex and additional portions of the forebrain.
    With David MacKenzie Rioch (died 1985).
    Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, 1937, 60: 73-147.
  • Studies on the cortical representation of somatic sensibility.
    Harvey Lecture 1938: 143-169.
  • Studies on the cortical representation of somatic sensibility.
    Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, New York, 1938: 14: 585-607.
  • Central nervous mechanisms for emotional behavior patterns in animals.
    Proceedings of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, New York, 1939, 19: 190-219.
  • The hypothalamus and sexual behavior.
    Research Publications. Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disease, New York, 1940, 20: 551-579.
  • Observations on cortical somatic sensory mechanisms of cat and monkey.
    Journal of Neurophysiology, Bethesda, 1941, 4: 1-13.
  • Representation of cutaneous tactile sensibility in the cerebral cortex of the monkey as indicated by evoked potentials.
    With C. N. Woolsey and Wade H. Marshall.
    Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 1942, 70: 339-441.
  • Motion sickness. With D. B. Tyler. Physiological Review, 1949, 29: 311-369.
  • Central nervous mechanisms for the expression of anger in animals.
    In M. L. Reymert, editor: Feelings and Emotions. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1950 : 211-237.
  • Anatomical organization of the central nervous system in relation to control of the heart and blood vessels. Physiological Review, 1960, 40 (4): 3-26.
  • Limbic elements in the publication policies of the APS.
    The Physiologist, 1963, 6: 324-327.
  • The ontogenesis of one physiologist.
    Annual Review of Physiology, Palo Alto, 1973, 35: 1-16.
  • Section editors for APS journals. The Physiologist, 1962, 5: 8-9.

  • Vernon Benjamin Mountcastle (born 1918):
    Philip Bard, 1898-. The Physiologist, 1975, 18: 1-5.
  • Vernon B. Mountcastle:
    Philip Bard, 1898-1977. The Physiologist, 1977, 20 (3): 1-2.
  • J. E. Howard:
    Philip Bard 1898-1977. Transactions of the Association of American Physicians, Philadelphia, 1978, 91: 13-4.
  • Timothy S. Harrison (born 1927):
    Archibald Philip Bard. October 25, 1898–April 5, 1977.
    Biographical Memoirs, The National Academy of Sciences, 1997, 72: 15-26.

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