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Book VII - The intellectual climate in the Netherlands

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The total dedication with which Rademaker carried out his research must have owed a lot to the high-powered intellectual climate of the Netherlands. The full bibliography of this book helps to give an impression of the fields in which Rademaker was interested. The full bibliography given at the end of this book helps to give an impression of the fields in which Rademaker was interested. The final book of the 'triptych' formed by Rademaker's thesis on the red nucleus and his two monographs, described clinical applications of previous experimental work on static adaptation, based on examination of patients in various Parisian clinics by Rademaker and Garcin during the former's visits to the Salpetriere in five successive summers (1930-1935). He was honoured by being portrayed together with Cornelis Winkler (1855?1941), ?the father of Dutch neurology?, on the medal struck for the 11th World Congress of Neurology in September 1977.

Keywords: high-powered intellectual climate; monographs; Netherlands; Rademaker; red nucleus; static adaptation; triptych

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