Books by James E. Morriss

Released: April 1, 1972

The authors supplement lucid reports on areas of brain research — from Penfield's mapping of the cerebral cortex to Delgado's development of electrical stimulation of the brain — with intriguing speculation. Read full book review >
Released: April 15, 1970

"The authors know How Animals Learn (1969)—human animals—and they foster a sense of discovery."
Natural and experimental examples expand a word to the dimensions of a concept: instinct is first defined—"behavior that is inborn and does not have to be learned"; then its properties are refined—the term is descriptive but not fully explanatory. Read full book review >