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Oskar Vogt - bibliography

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Biography

German physician,born April 6, 1870, Husum, Schleswig-Holstein;died July 31, 1959, Freiburg im Breisgau.

Bibliography

  • Oskar Vogt:
    Vorderhirn. Handbuch der mikroskopischen Anatomie des Menschen, volume 4, 2; Berlin,.
  • Cécile and Oskar Vogt:
    Zur Kenntnis der elektrisch erregbaren Hirnrinde-Gebiete bei den Säugetieren.
    Journal für Psychologie und Neurologie, Leipzig, 1907, volume 18, supplement. Allgemeine Ergebnisse unserer Hirnforschung.
    Journal für Psychologie und Neurologie, Leipzig, 1919, volume 25, supplement 1, pp 273-462. Zur Lehre der Erkrankungen des striären Systems.
    Journal für Psychologie und Neurologie, Leipzig, 1920, volume 25 (supplement 3): 627-846. Erkrankungen der Grosshirnrinde.
    Journal für Psychologie und Neurologie, Leipzig, 1922, volume 28. Die Grundlagen und die Teildisziplinen der mikroskopischen Anatomie des Zentralnervensystems.
    Handbuch der mikroskopischen Anatomie des Menschen, volume 4; Berlin, 1928.
  • G. W. Kreutzberg, I. Klatzo, P. Kleihues:
    Oskar and Cécile Vogt, Lenin's brain and the bumble-bees of the Black Forest.
    Brain pathology, Bern, 1992, 2: 263-271.
  • R. Hassler:
    Cécile and Oskar Vogt.
    In: M. Namba, H. Kaiya, editors: Psychobiology of schizophrenia. Advances in the biosciences. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1982; 39: 1-3.

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