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Philip Bard

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Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
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BARD P, MOUNTCASTLE VB. (1948) Suppression and facilitation of angry behavior by certain forebrain mechanisms. Science (New York, N.Y.). 107: 457
BARD P, MOUNTCASTLE VB. (1948) Some forebrain mechanisms involved in expression of rage with special reference to suppression of angry behavior. Research Publications - Association For Research in Nervous and Mental Disease. 27: 362-404
WOOLSEY CN, CHANG HT, BARD P. (1947) Distribution of cortical potentials evoked by electrical stimulation of dorsal roots in Macaca mulatta. Federation Proceedings. 6: 230
BARD P, WOOLSEY CN. (1947) Delimitation of central nervous mechanisms involved in motion sickness. Federation Proceedings. 6: 72
Woolsey CN, Marshall WH, Bard P. (1943) NOTE ON THE ORGANIZATION OF THE TACTILE SENSORY AREA OF THE CEREBRAL CORTEX OF THE CHIMPANZEE Journal of Neurophysiology. 6: 287-291
Marshall WH, Woolsey CN, Bard P. (1941) OBSERVATIONS ON CORTICAL SOMATIC SENSORY MECHANISMS OF CAT AND MONKEY Journal of Neurophysiology. 4: 1-24
Marshall WH, Woolsey CN, Bard P. (1937) CORTICAL REPRESENTATION OF TACTILE SENSIBILITY AS INDICATED BY CORTICAL POTENTIALS. Science (New York, N.Y.). 85: 388-90
Bard P. (1933) 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. 30: 40-74
BARD P. (1932) THE CORTICAL REPRESENTATION OF CERTAIN POSTURAL REACTIONS AND THE NORMAL FUNCTIONING OF CORTICAL REMNANTS The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 76: 56-64
Bard P. (1928) A DIENCEPHALIC MECHANISM FOR THE EXPRESSION OF RAGE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM American Journal of Physiology-Legacy Content. 84: 490-515
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