By Charles Coulston Gillispie (ed.)
Dictionary of clinical Biography. Vol. V. Emil Fischer - Gottlieb Haberlandt
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W. Ireland, "Flechsig on the Localization of Mental Processes in the Brain," in Journal of Mental Science, 44 (1898), 1-17 ; M . P. Jacobi, "Considerations on Flechsig's 'Gehirn and Seele,"' in Journal of Nervous and Mental Diseases, 24 (1897), 747-768 ; J . M . Nielsen, "The Myelogenetic Studies of Paul Flechsig," in Bulletin of the Los Angeles Neurological Society, 28 (1963), 127-134 ; and F . R . Sabin, "On Flechsig's Investigations on the Brain," in Bulletin of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, 16 (1905), 45-49.
Zwickau . Germany, 29 June 1847 ; d. Leipzig, Germany, 22 July 1929), neuroanatomy, psychiatry, neurology. His father, Emil Flechsig, a cultured man and a good friend of Robert Schumann, was a deacon of the Protestant church of St . Mary in Zwickau and much concerned with local social welfare . His mother, Ferdinande Richter, came from a wealthy family . Flechsig was educated in Zwickau, mainly at the Gymnasium, and at the medical school of the University of Leipzig from the spring of 1 S65 until June 1870, where he was taught in anatomy by E .
O'Malley, The Human Brain and Spinal Cord (Berkeley-Los Angeles, 1968), contains English translations of some of Flechsig's writings : on spinal cord tracts, pp . 277-280, 287-290 ; on cerebral cortical localization, pp . 548-554 ; on cerebral white matter, pp . 611-619 ; and on the technique of myelogenesis, pp . 857-858 ; each contribution is discussed in relation to other work on the same subject . 11 . SECONDARY LITERATURE . There is no biography of Flechsig, and the various brief accounts of his life are based on his autobiography, Meine myelogenetische Hirnlehre mit biographischer Einleitung (Berlin, 1927) : some of these are W .
Dictionary of Scientific Biography [Vol. 5] EMIL FISCHER - GOTTLIEB HABERLANDT by Charles Coulston Gillispie (ed.)