- Again, the employment of artificial means to excite and maintain the effervescence of the imagination assigns a causal or antecedent position to the physiologic conditions. - "Essay on the Creative Imagination", Th. Ribot.
- We are compelled to occasional physiologic and economic discussion of the one, but we shrink from recognising the full extent to which it bases the whole social fabric carefully concealing its insurrections, and ignoring or misreading their lessons. - "Life of Robert Browning", William Sharp.
- 39 E. A. Schaffer, " Artificial Respiration in its Physiologic Aspects," The Journal of the American Medical Association, September, 1908. 40 Testing the prone- posture method by suitable apparatus, Professor Schaffer has found it capable of introducing more air per minute into the lungs than any of the other methods of artificial respiration, and more even than is introduced by ordinary breathing. - "Physiology and Hygiene for Secondary Schools", Francis M. Walters, A.M..