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BUCHANAN, Joseph Rhodes, physician, born in Frankfort, Kentucky, 11 December, 1814. He was graduated as Maryland at Louisville University in 1842, and in 1846 to 1856 was professor of physiology in the eclectic medical institute of Cincinnati. He was dean of the faculty from 1850 to 1855, and edited the medical journal connected with the institute. He was subsequently connected with similar Colleges in New York and Boston. Prof. Buchanan has discovered what he calls the sciences of Psychometry and Sarcognomy, and claims to have demonstrated the action of the brain on the body as its controlling physiological organ. He published "Buchanan's Journal of Man," from 1849 to 1856, and has written "Outlines of Lectures on the Neurological System of Anthropology" (Cinein-nati, 1854), "Eclectic Practice of Medicine and Surgery" (3d revised ed., Philadelphia, 1868), " The New Education" (3d ed, New York, 1882), "Therapeutic Sureognomy" (Boston, 1884), "Manual of Psychometry" (1885), and is preparing a volume on "Cerebral Physiology."
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