Table of Contents
Part V: The Mwaning of Sweat
as Part of the Curse
A Guide to Scientific Literature
statement in this paper can be supported authoritatively from
the literature on the subject which, as we have indicated, is
voluminous. It did not seem necessary or desirable to document
this material by specific references, which would have taken
the index to a total of several hundred entries. It seemed simpler
and probably sufficient to adopt a slightly different plan. We
have presented below a small bibliography of the most important
works, whether books, reviews or papers, dealing with the subject
as a whole. This is followed by a list of journals, available
in most large libraries, containing frequent articles on various
aspects of the sweating mechanism.
As a guide to the reader who wishes
to pursue the subject further, we are listing the names of the
most important authorities past and present. It should be comparatively
simple to look in the annual index of any of these journals for
any one of these names. It is a virtual certainty that their
contributions will deal with some aspect of the subject matter
of this Doorway Paper -- though of course without my bias!
Adolf, E. F., Physiology of Man in the
Desert, Interscience Publication, New York, 1947, xiv and
Karpovich, P. V., Physiology of Muscular
Activity, Saunders, Philadelphia, 1956, xvi and 340 pp. Very
Kuno, Yas, Human Perspiration, C. C.
Thomas, Springfield, IIIinois, 1956, xvii and 416 pp. Probably
the best work specifically on sweating.
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Newburgh, L. H., editor,
The Physiology of Heat Regulation, Saunders, London, 1949,
x and 457 pp.
Rothman, S., Physiology and Biochemistry
of the Skin, University of Chicago Press, 1955, xiv and 742
pp. A classic work, beautifully written.
W. C. Randall, "The Physiology
of Sweating," a special article in American Journal of Physical
vol.32, 1935, p.:292-318.
S. Robinson, "The Measurement
of Sweating," in Methods in Medical Research, vol. 6,
Journals and Annual Reviews
American Journal of Physical Medicine
American Journal of Physiology
American Journal of Medical Science
American Medical Association Archives of Dermatology
American Review of Physiology
Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry
Annual Review of Physiology
British Medical Journal
Journal of Applied Physiology
Journal of General Psychology
Journal of Investigative Dermatology
Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
Journal of Physiology (London)
Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences
The Psychological Bulletin
Archives of Dermatology and Syphilology
|Adolf, E. F.
Bass, D. E.
Bazett, H. C.
Belding, H. S.
Benzinger, T. H.
Buley, H. M.
Burton, A. C.
Buskirk, E. R.
Chalmers, T. M.
Dale, H. H.
Darrow, C. W.
Dubois, E. F.
Edholm, O. G
Gagge, A. P.
Hardy, J. D.
Herrington, L. P.
Hertzman, A. B.
Hurley, J. A.
Ladell, W. S. S.
List, C. F.
McGregor, I. A.
Peet, M. M.
Ranson, S. W.
Richter, C. P.
Shelley, W. B.
Silverman, J. J.
Sonnerschein, R. S.
Way, S. C.
Weiner, J. S.
Winslow, C.-E. A.
Copyright © 1988 Evelyn White. All
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