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Pupils and followers of the great scientist

After the theory of the microbial origin of diseases got a solid foundation, new discoveries rained down on all sides. The student of Koch Kitazato (1856-1931), who is called the "Japanese Koch", identified the causative agents of tetanus and bubonic plague. The Norwegian G. Hansen (1841-1912) discovered the stick of leprosy in 1874; G. Gaffky (1850-1918) - typhoid bacillus; F. Loeffler (1852-1915) - causative agents of glanders and diphtheria. Another student of Koch E.fon Bering (1854-1917) developed in 1890 the principle of serotherapy (the use of serum); its diphtheria antitoxin has saved countless lives. A.Frankel (1848-1916) discovered pneumococci, W. Welch (1850-1934) - the causative agent of gas gangrene.
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Pupils and followers of the great scientist

  1. Followers of Suvorov
    The advanced ideas of training and education of Russian soldiers were embodied in the commander’s activities of field student Marshal M. I. Suvorov Kutuzov and with particular force manifested themselves in the Patriotic War of 1812. Kutuzov was deeply and thoroughly involved in the development of the military educational system, especially when he was director of the Cadet Corps. The features of his educational system should be attributed before
  2. Freud and his followers.
    Sigmund Freud was born in 1856 in the area now belonging to Czechoslovakia, and died in England in 1939. He spent most of his life in Vienna, where a brilliant group of followers formed around him who believed that his ideas could do more to treat neurotic patients than any other method. These people spread his ideas throughout Europe and America. Some of them
  3. PROFESSIONALISM OF PSYCHOLOGIST AS A SCIENTIST: CHARACTERISTICS AND TYPOLOGY
    One of the problems, on the successful solution of which depends on the depth of mankind's penetration into the laws of the development of nature, society and man, not yet known to it, the fundamentality of the generalizations made at the same time, as well as the effectiveness of developments based on them, is the problem of the professionalism of people who devote their lives to science. This problem
  4. Pirogov Scientific School and its students
    Until recently, a private, at first glance, but really very important question remained open: did Pirogov have his own scientific school in surgery? This question is far from idle. The problem of scientific schools is one of the main in science of science, including in the modern history of medicine. Although the very concept of “scientific school” has been used for a long time, however, it had
  5. aaaEducation of a scientist, skill of a surgeon
    According to contemporaries, Pirogov was a brilliant, virtuoso surgeon. He operated equally well on the limbs, on the orbit, the bladder, with traumatic brain injuries and wounds of blood vessels. In other words, using the modern classification of medical specialties, we can say that he successfully acted as a traumatologist and neurosurgeon, a urologist and otolaryngologist, an ophthalmologist and
  6. RELIGION - OPIUM FOR THE SCIENTIST
    The main aspects of religion — faith, ritual, religious experience, and ways of organizing religious communities — have been the subject of much research. The study of religion is carried out by philosophers, sociologists, anthropologists, psychologists. A special area of ​​research is the expression of religious feelings in art. Ethnographers from different countries embarked on dangerous trips to describe religious customs and artifacts
  7. Negligent students of a wise teacher
    INSUITABLE PUPILS OF THE WISE
  8. Petr Savenko is Bush's favorite student
    One of the prominent representatives of the first domestic surgical school founded by I.F. Bush was Petr Nazarovich Savenko (1795-1843), whose name and contribution to domestic medicine were, unfortunately, half-forgotten. A student of the St. Petersburg Medical and Surgical Academy, Savenko graduated from it "very successfully." As one of the best graduates, he was sent abroad for excellence in
  9. Hygienic requirements for school furniture and classroom equipment, student sitting at a desk
    The selection and arrangement of school equipment in the classroom is important in improving the educational process, maintaining high working capacity and health of schoolchildren, and preventing school forms of pathology. To school (educational) equipment include: furniture (student tables, chairs, desks, laboratory tables, etc., book, wall and built-in cabinets and racks); chalkboards;
  10. Meaning of life values ​​and resolution of non-standard situations in the “teacher-student” system
    The study of the phenomenon of the meaning of life, in our opinion, must begin with the concept of meaning. The following points are common to different studies of the concept of meaning. 1. The meaning is represented in the mind of the subject in the form of a construct that has a fairly stable independent position. 2. Meaning, being a dominant entity, forms the links between individual processes and
  11. Autographs of Great Minds: Test
    This appendix contains 17 autographs belonging to the pen of great people of the past: figures in politics, military art, architecture, painting, poetry, science and literature. Autographs clearly demonstrate that it is common for outstanding intellect to use more cortical abilities than the average person. We have included them in this book, bearing in mind the opportunity for
  12. "Great minds"
    For those of you who are criticized for “extraneous” drawings in summaries, the following will be a consolation, but for critics as a warning! During my lectures over the past 25 years, I often showed my students an autograph, if not a few, of an outstanding thinker of the past, without mentioning his name, who at one time or another was elevated to the rank of “great”. Then I invited students to determine
  13. The Great Three
    After the fall of Rome in the 4th century, the Middle Ages began in Europe. The teachings, thinking, and education of the Roman Empire were largely lost. For example, Charlemagne, who at one time was the most powerful ruler of Europe, could neither read nor write. The Middle Ages ended with the advent of the Renaissance, which activated and revived the classical Greek and Roman thinking (partially
  14. Great powers of dynamics
    What is the difference between a strong, successful person in any business and a weak loser? You know that these two entities are significantly different from each other, but it is still difficult for you to express the essence of their differences. Let's try to do it. Burton said: “The longer I live, the more I become convinced: the huge difference between great and insignificant people is energy and invincible determination.
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