THE WAY OF AN INVESTIGATOR by Walter B. Canen

THE WAY OF AN INVESTIGATOR

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Of vocational rather than personal intention and interest, here are the ""motives of the investigator, his problems, his collaborators, his various tasks, his mistakes and his satisfactions"". Dr. Cannon spent more than 40 years in touching and research at Nerved. He writes of the aptitudes of the good investigator, the conditions which favor his work, the interplay of scientific hunches, of luck, of collaboration and controversy; of working principles and errors; of his own work on wound shock during World War I; of his friends and colleagues, his babbles and diversions. The work, rather than the man, presented with pleasing formality and sagacity.

Publisher: Norton