Sydney: Current Book Distributors, 1951. 32p., staplebound 7 x 4.75 inch printed wraps; very browned, tending on brittle, otherwise mildest signs of handling.
Lauditory critique of the "Scientific session" of June-July 1950, a reprint of a 1951 article first appearing in Moscow. Raises issues such as P. K. Anokhin's "attempt to localize stable conditioned reflexes not in the cerebral cortex, but in the subcortical regions--" feh. "Pavlov psychology.. is a tool for practically changing the world, a weapon in the fight for the health of the working people." As regards the health of the working people, Prof. Petrushevshy hadn't yet grasped the new wonderworker, television.