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Physiology of the heart. Henry Laurens, 62 Park Street, New Haven, Conn. 900 entries. 1880 to date. Includes action of drugs, salts, temperature, innervation, anatomy and histology.

Physiology and pharmacology of specialized tissue of the heart. Benj. H. Schlomovitz, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Entries by author. 1880 to 1922. Abstracts included.

Internal secretion

Internal secretion. Oscar Riddle, Carnegie Station for Experimental Evolution, Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y. 711 entries by names of twelve organs of internal secretion. A few abstracts included. 1900 to date. By no means complete.

Metabolism

Animal nutrition, calorimetry. H. P. Armsby. 12,177 entries by author, title and subject. 1870 to 1922. Abstracts included. Very complete for plant culture, fertilizers and field crops, animal physiology, metabolism, nutritive value of foods and animal products. For consultation write E. B. Forbes, Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa.

Nutrition, bread and allies topics. C. E. Halstead, Ward Baking Company, New York City. Entries by author, subject and occasionally by title. 1850 to date. Abstracts included frequently. 90% complete.

Pituitary gland

Pituitary and pineal glands. E. B: Krumbhaar, Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 1,000 entries by author and subject. Earliest times to date. Abstracts included in part..

Sense organs

Sex

Comparative physiology of the sense organs. Henry Laurens, 62 Park Street, New Haven, Conn. 1,090 entries. 1880 to date. Complete since 1908.

Nature, ratios, determination, and relation to metabolism of sex. Oscar Riddle, Carnegie Station for Experimental Evolution, Cold Spring Harbor, N. Y. 414 entries. 1893 to date. 1893 to date. Abstracts often included. Nearly complete for original work.

Spleen

Physiology of spleen (normal and pathological). E. B. Krumbhaar, Philadelphia General Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa. 10,000 entries by author and subject. From antiquity to date. Abstracts included in 20% of the cases. One-fourth to one-half complete. See also Pharmacology.

Fungous spores

Light

PHYSIOLOGY: Plant

Germination of fungous spores. William L. Doran, Durham, N. H. 60 entries by subject. 1900 to date. Not complete.

Action of light on plants. H. W. Popp, Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. 400 entries. Incomplete.

Photosynthesis and allied subjects. H. A. Spoehr, Carmel, Calif. 450 entries by author. 1797 to 1922. 95% complete.

Microorganisms

Relation of hydrogen ion concentration to microorganisms. Jean MacInnes, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. 65 entries by author. 1916 to date. Brief abstracts included. Plant metabolism

Respiration and respiratory enzymes. R. B. Harvey, University Farm, St. Paul, Minn. 1,100 entries by author and subject. Up to date. Abstracts included in many cases. Complete.

Salt absorption and mineral nutrition of plants. R. B. Harvey, University Farm, St. Paul, Minn. 575 entries by author and subject. Up to 1922. Abstracts included in many cases. Nearly all references commonly available.

Seeds

Germination of seeds. Seed Laboratory, U. S. Bureau of Plant Industry, Washington, D. C. 5,000 entries by author, title and subject. Abstracts included in some cases.

Physiology, treatment, production, distribution, etc. of seeds. M. T. Munn, Experiment Station, Geneva, N. Y. Several hundred entries by author, title and subject. 1900 to date and a few earlier references. Abstracts included on many of them. Fairly complete.

Temperature, Effects of

Effects of low temperature on plants. R. B. Harvey, University Farm, St. Paul, Minn. 625 entries by author and subject. Abstracts included in many cases. Complete.

Ultra-violet light

Ultra-violet light in its effects on plants, plant processes and on organisms in general. H. W. Popp, Pennsylvania State College, State College, Pa. 125 entries by subject. 1814 to date. Abstracts included in some cases. 50 to 75% complete.

Wheat

Growth and development of the wheat plant and kernel. C. H. Bailey, University Farm, St. Paul, Minn. 35 entries. 1884 to date. Abstracts included. Presumably complete.

PLANT BREEDING

See Genetics.

PROTOZOA

Amoeba

Amoeba (nonpathogenic species). S. W. Geiser, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Md. 160 entries by author. Some abstracts included.

Abnormal psychology

PSYCHOLOGY

Various aspects of abnormal psychology. J. W. Bridges, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada. Entries by author and subject. 1850 to 1920. 60% complete.

Abstraction

Abstraction. H. B. English, Antioch College, Yellow Springs, Ohio. Entries by author. Up to 1916. Abstracts included in historical resumé. Selective from psychological standpoint. Copy in library of Yale University.

Adolescence

Psychology and pedagogy of adolescence. Genevieve Coy. 55 entries by author. Up to 1915. Annotated. Approximately complete for references in English. For consultation write Leta S. Hollingworth, Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City from whom mimeographed copy may be borrowed.

Animal behavior

Animal behavior. W. C. Allee, Zoological Bldg., University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. 1,000 entries by author and subject. 1900 to 1922. Abstracts included in part. 75% complete.

Applied psychology

Applied psychology. F. L. Wells, 74 Fenwood Road, Boston, Mass. 380 entries by subject with cross-index to authors. 1916 to date. Abstracts included. Complete for principal journals.

Congenital syphilis

Congenital syphilis in its mental aspects. Florence Mateer, 214 East State Street, Columbus, Ohio. 400 entries by author and title. 1860 to date. Abstracts included in some cases; criticisms in others. About one-third complete.

Emotion

Feeling and emotion. H. N. Gardiner, 187 Main Street, Northampton, Mass. 500 entries by author and title. From earliest times, but only for Western science.

Emotion. A. Sophie Rogers, Department of Psychology, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 100 entries by author and title. 1880 to date.

Endocrine glands

Pituitary gland. Pineal gland. Anna Lee Pace. Entries by subject. 1915 to 1920. All articles abstracted. Covers all literature of an empirical nature noted in Index Medicus. For information write T. V. Moore, Catholic University, Brookland, D. C.

Delinquency

Juvenile delinquency. J. Harold Williams, Whittier, Calif. 1,000 entries by author, title and subject. 1912 to 1921. Practically complete on investigations.

Fatigue

Fatigue. F. C. Dockeray, Ohio Wesleyan University, Delaware, Ohio. 500 entries by author. 1865 to date. Abstracts included in majority of cases. Complete for recent years.

Handwriting

Handwriting as an expressive function, and from graphological viewpoint. Richard M. Elliott, Department of Psychology, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. 214 entries by author. Up to 1912. Fairly complete.

History of psychology

History of psychology. Edmund S. Conklin, University of Oregon, Eugene, Ore. 900 entries under names of psychologists. Abstracts included.

Learning process

The learning process with special reference to the form of the learning curve. Rees Edgar Tulloss, 372 East Madison Avenue, Springfield, Ohio. 100 entries. Fairly complete. Copy in Widener Library of Harvard University.

Memory

Memory. Edith Mulhall Achilles, Barnard College, New York City. Entries by author. Approximately complete to date.

Mental tests

Mental tests. Frank N. Freeman, University of Chicago, Chicago, Ill. Entries by author. 1900 to 1921. Fairly complete.

Music, psychology of

Psychology of music. C. A. Ruckmick, Wellesley, Mass. 225 entries by author. Up to date. Abstracts included in most cases. Fairly complete.

Perception

Perception-historical and modern. A. Sophie Rogers, Department of Psychology, Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. 200 entries by author and title.

Pineal gland

See Endocrine glands (Pace).

Psychoanalysis

Psychoanalysis of Freud and Adler: .sex-determinism and character formation. F. C. Sumner, West Virginia Collegiate Institute, Institute, W. Va. 1900 to 1920.

Psychology and literature

Psychology and literature. 70 entries by author and title. Fairly complete.

Racial differences

Phyllis Blanchard, Epping, N. H. 1880 to 1920. Few abstracts included.

Racial differences in intelligence. W. S. Hunter and Eloise Somnermier, University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kans. 51 entries by author. 1895 to date. Complete for important references.

Reading tests

Silent reading tests and literature on silent reading. Charles Hart Westbrook, Shanghai College, Shanghai, China. 125 entries by author. Up to May, 1920. Fairly complete. Copy may be secured from Prof. W. F. Dearborn, Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Rhythm in animals

Rhythm in animals. H. F. Perkins, Burlington, Vt. Entries by title and subject. Abstracts included in part of the titles.

Social psychology

Social psychology. F. H. Allport, 27 Everett Street, Cambridge, Mass. 250 entries by subject. Fairly complete.

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