[Letters to Editor]


IT may interest your correspondent who has elicited what he believes to be a cry of fear from a frog, to know that an explanation of this cry—which is probably but the croaking experiment or Quackversuch of Goltz—is given at p. 201 of the recently issued volume of the West Riding Asylum Reports in the very remarkable paper by Dr. Lauder Brunton, on “Inhibition, Peripheral and Central.” The extract is too long for quotation.

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P., H. [Letters to Editor]. Nature 10, 483 (1874) doi:10.1038/010483f0

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