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Epidemic Forms of Mental or Nervous Diseases or Disorders

Epidemic Forms of Mental or Nervous Diseases or Disorders SCIENCE. and had absorbed much of the cerebrum and the upper part of mas a small affair (indi(,ating a moderate climatic aberration) in the cerebellum, the oiitlines of the Arbor Vitae being plainly coniparison with a temperature so abnornlally low as to freeze visible. I have never seen anything like this in any other bird. over so large a body as the Rlediterrarean, or one so large and so nor have I seen any account of m701ms being found parasitic in exceptionally warm as the Arabic Sea. the hrain before. G. H. FRENCH. Can any reader of Science, or any one elsr, throw any light on Carbondale, Ill. this subject? C. B. \\"ARRING. Animal Effigies. IN response to the ~rlquiry conce~ning " epidemic forms of men- tal or nervous diseases or disorde~s," in the issue of 1Iap 19. I send CAN you or sny of your readers furnish me with a reference the follow~ng account of an incident which "came to pass " un- or references as to large numbers of small animal effigies of pot- tery found together in any7 nlound of the United States? der my omn eyes. Several years ago our next-door neighbor's little gill, perhaps http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Science Unpaywall

Epidemic Forms of Mental or Nervous Diseases or Disorders

ScienceJan 6, 1893

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SCIENCE. and had absorbed much of the cerebrum and the upper part of mas a small affair (indi(,ating a moderate climatic aberration) in the cerebellum, the oiitlines of the Arbor Vitae being plainly coniparison with a temperature so abnornlally low as to freeze visible. I have never seen anything like this in any other bird. over so large a body as the Rlediterrarean, or one so large and so nor have I seen any account of m701ms being found parasitic in exceptionally warm as the Arabic Sea. the hrain before. G. H. FRENCH. Can any reader of Science, or any one elsr, throw any light on Carbondale, Ill. this subject? C. B. \\"ARRING. Animal Effigies. IN response to the ~rlquiry conce~ning " epidemic forms of men- tal or nervous diseases or disorde~s," in the issue of 1Iap 19. I send CAN you or sny of your readers furnish me with a reference the follow~ng account of an incident which "came to pass " un- or references as to large numbers of small animal effigies of pot- tery found together in any7 nlound of the United States? der my omn eyes. Several years ago our next-door neighbor's little gill, perhaps

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Published: Jan 6, 1893

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