Chris J. Heath

Affiliations: 
University of Otago, Dunedin, Otago, New Zealand 
Area:
medical education
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McKergow T, Egan AG, Heath CJ. (1991) Student contact with patients in hospital: frequency, duration and effects. Medical Teacher. 13: 39-47
Murray HG, Heath CJ. (1978) The spread of connections within cat primary somatic sensory cortex. Brain Research. 141: 160-4
Heath CJ, Murray HG. (1977) Pressure injection of alcian blue to label the positions of the tips of extracellular micro-electrodes Proceedings of the University of Otago Medical School. 55: 28-29
Heath CJ, Hore J, Phillips CG. (1976) Inputs from low threshold muscle and cutaneous afferents of hand and forearm to areas 3a and 3b of baboon's cerebral cortex. The Journal of Physiology. 257: 199-227
Rockel AJ, Heath CJ, Jones EG. (1972) Afferent connections to the diencephalon in the marsupial phalanger and question of sensory convergence in the "posterior group" of the thalamus. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 145: 105-29
Heath CJ, Jones EG. (1971) Interhemispheric pathways in the absence of a corpus callosum. An experimental study of commissural connexions in the marsupial phalanger. Journal of Anatomy. 109: 253-70
Heath CJ, Jones EG. (1971) The anatomical organization of the suprasylvian gyrus of the cat. Ergebnisse Der Anatomie Und Entwicklungsgeschichte. 45: 3-64
Heath CJ, Jones EG. (1971) An experimental study of ascending connections from the posterior group of thalamic nuclei in the cat. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 141: 397-426
Heath CJ. (1970) Distribution of axonal degeneration following lesions of the posterior group of thalamic nuclei in the cat. Brain Research. 21: 435-8
Heath CJ, Jones EG. (1970) Connexions of area 19 and the lateral suprasylvian area of the visual cortex of the cat. Brain Research. 19: 302-5
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