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Senses and sensation; perception

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Article Ludmilla Jordanova (2021)
Medicine and the Senses: Towards Integrative Practices. European Journal for the History of Medicine and Health (pp. 155-180). (/isis/citation/CBB637432584/) unapi

Article Sigrid Leyssen (2021)
Remaking “Michotte”: Reusing and Remaking Moving Images in the History of Perception Research. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 315-325). (/isis/citation/CBB651176380/) unapi

Book Karin de Boer; Tinca Prunea-Bretonnet (2021)
The Experiential Turn in Eighteenth-Century German Philosophy. (/isis/citation/CBB594024759/) unapi

Book Ellen Adams (2021)
Disability Studies and the Classical Body: The Forgotten Other. (/isis/citation/CBB173050561/) unapi

Book Mark Bradley; Victoria Leonard; Laurence Totelin (2021)
Bodily Fluids in Antiquity. (/isis/citation/CBB741554624/) unapi

Book Paul Smith (2021)
Painting, Science, and the Perception of Coloured Shadows: ‘The Most Beautiful Blue’. (/isis/citation/CBB558281702/) unapi

Article Wilko Graf von Hardenberg (2021)
Knowing the Littoral: Perception and Representation of Terraqueous Spaces in a Global Perspective. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 108-110). (/isis/citation/CBB572332290/) unapi

Article Richard Staley (2021)
Sensory studies, or when physics was psychophysics: Ernst Mach and physics between physiology and psychology, 1860–71. History of Science (pp. 93-118). (/isis/citation/CBB206423864/) unapi

Article Ruben E. Verwaal (2021)
Fluid deafness: earwax and hardness of hearing in early modern Europe. Medical History (pp. 366-383). (/isis/citation/CBB379468510/) unapi

Thesis Talia Bess Shabtay (2021)
See, Think, Learn: Creativity and Limits in Early Cold War Art and Technology. (/isis/citation/CBB601718949/) unapi

Article Corinne Doria (2021)
Searching for the Normal Vision. Measuring Visual Acuity in the 19th Century. Medicina Historica (pp. 1-11). (/isis/citation/CBB584358033/) unapi

Article Jan Dirk Blom (2020)
Hallucinations and Illusions by Edmund Parish: the unlikely genesis and curious fate of a forgotten masterpiece. History of Psychiatry (pp. 405-420). (/isis/citation/CBB812661627/) unapi

Book Erica Fretwell (2020)
Sensory Experiments: Psychophysics, Race, and the Aesthetics of Feeling. (/isis/citation/CBB457783202/) unapi

Article Yulia Ustinova (2020)
Alteration of consciousness in Ancient Greece: divine mania. History of Psychiatry (pp. 257-273). (/isis/citation/CBB226577100/) unapi

Book Jaipreet Virdi (2020)
Hearing Happiness: Deafness Cures in History. (/isis/citation/CBB945172024/) unapi

Book Maren Clegg Hyer; Gale R. Owen-Crocker (2020)
Sense and Feeling in Daily Living in the Early Medieval English World. (/isis/citation/CBB281143414/) unapi

Article Christy Spackman (June 2020)
In smell’s shadow: Materials and politics at the edge of perception. Social Studies of Science (pp. 418-439). (/isis/citation/CBB826002581/) unapi

Article Madeline Bourque Kearin (2020)
‘As syllable from sound’: the sonic dimensions of confinement at the State Hospital for the Insane at Worcester, Massachusetts. History of Psychiatry (pp. 67-82). (/isis/citation/CBB806434585/) unapi

Article Patrick R. Leland (2020)
Kant, organisms, and representation. Studies in History and Philosophy of Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences (p. 101223). (/isis/citation/CBB900285348/) unapi

Article Nils‐Otto Ahnfelt; Hjalmar Fors; Karin Wendin (2020)
Historical Continuity or Different Sensory Worlds? What we Can Learn about the Sensory Characteristics of Early Modern Pharmaceuticals by Taking Them to a Trained Sensory Panel.. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 412-429). (/isis/citation/CBB324546226/) unapi

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