Hitzig


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Hit·zig

(hits'ig),
Eduard, German psychiatrist, 1838-1907. See: Hitzig girdle.
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In the century following Berkeley's proposal, many in the fields of psychology and physiology, such as Broca, Wernicke, Ferrier, Fritsch and Hitzig, focused on exploring the concept of functional localization.
Curtis, K., Hitzig, S., Leong, N., Wickes, C., Ditor, D., & Katz, J.
In recent years, also Hitzig and colleague highlighted also the role of age of onset: the higher the age of onset, the higher the effects on functional decline and these effects are amplified by the presence of pre-existing co-morbidities that further affect outcomes [36].
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R v Parker (2000), 188 DLR (4th) 385, 146 CCC (3d) 193 (Ont CA); Hitzig v Canada (Attorney General) (2003), 231 DLR (4th) 104, 177 CCC (3d) 449 (Ont CA); Sfetkopoulos v Canada (Attorney General), 2008 FC 33, [2008] 3 FCR 399; R v Beren, 2009 BCSC 429, 192 CRR (2d) 79; R v Smith, 2015 SCC 34, [2015] 2 SCR 602.
Professor Hitzig's letter is tangential to the general thrust of our commentary.
In 1870, Fritsch and Hitzig using electrical stimulation of the cerebral cortex determined that a specific area of the dog's cerebral cortex controlled motor movements (Finger, 1994).