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abortion, 32, 101, 198–200 Addison, Thomas, 78–79 adelo-knowledge, 8, 20, 22, 42, 43 Akin, Todd, 101, 102, 126, 127 Albert, Kimberly, Jens Pruessner, and Paul Newhouse, 172, 173–74 Allen, Chauncy, 120–21, 132–33 Allen, Edgar, and Edward A. Doisy, 121, 128 animals, 83 humans as, 84, 113, 119 reproductive organs as, xi, 123, 146 See also womb, studies of animal spirits, as cause of hysteria, 18, 28, 54, 67, 89 antiabortion legislation. See abortion argumentative shortcuts, as rhetorical movement, 129, 134, 135–36, 153 Aristotle, 51, 211 “one–\-seed” model of conception, 100 enthymeme and, 157 on sex differences, 21 Aristotle’s Masterpiece (19th-century sex manual), 21, 30–31, 32, 35, 51, 71, 89 on hysteria, 38, 42, 131 Avastatin, 45 Avery, Oswald, 187 Baake, Ken, 153 “baby brain” dilemma, 160, 164, 166, 167. See also “pregnancy brain” Bacon, Francis, 20, 27, 28 Baird, Julia, 207, 209 Ballif, Michele, 7, 190, 191 Bayliss, William Maddock, 86, 218n24 Benedek, Therese, and Boris Rubenstein, 144–45, 147–48, 149 Bernard, Claude, 78 Blake, J. Scott, 166 Borell, Merriley, 117–18 Boss, Jeffrey M. N., 29 brain–uterus relationship, 22, 28, 40, 75, 104–116, 123–24, 191 brain–hormone relationship, xvi–xvii, 4, 16, 148, 159, 203, 205 brain, structure of, 105, 108, 111, 167, 177, 203 and memory, 162 Brett, Matthew, and Baxendale, 160–65, 167, 180 Briquet, Paul, 60–62 Brown–Séquard, Charles-Edouard, 82, 90, 91 and Charcot, 56 and endocrinology, 78–82, 92–93 research on“internal secretions” (seminal fluid), 79–81, 92 rhetorical impact of, 78, 80, 90 Brown, Steven D., 6–7 Burnyeat, M. F., 157 Butenandt, Adolf, and Ulrich Westphal, 128 Buzzanel, Patrice M., 202, 203, 204–5 Campbell, John Angus, 7, 189 Ceccarelli, Leah, 97–98 Charcot, Jean-Martin, 12, 47, 73, 89 and Briquet, 61–62 and Brown-Séquard, 56, 90–91 on epilepsy and hysteria, 67–69, 70, 72, 137 and Freud, 71–72 hypnotism, 70, 73 on hysteria, 48, 50, 53, 54, 56–60, 62, 63–64, 70, 72, 79 lectures, 56, 69–70 neurology, 50, 56, 73 on ovarian compression, 62–63 photographs, 59, 60 (fig. 5), 61 (fig. 6), 64, 65 (fig, 7), 66 (fig 8) as rhetorician, 50–71, 72, 96 “The Chemical Correlation of the Functions of the Body” (Starling, 1905 lectures). See Starling, Croonian lectures chemical messaging, 35, 83–84, 86, 91, 98 Chinese medicine, 23–24 Christianity, 21, 30 Cicero, 51 Clarke, Dr. Edward, 115 cognition, benefits of pregnancy, 178 Index 19094-Koerber_FromHysteria.indd 235 19094-Koerber_FromHysteria.indd 235 1/15/18 4:41 PM 1/15/18 4:41 PM 236 index conception “one-seed” model of, 100 “two-seed” model of, 100 orgasm and, 101 Condit, Celeste, 7, 9–10 Connor, Steven, 42 Corner, George W., and Willard M. Allen, 121 Croonian lectures. See Starling, Croonian lectures cures, 74, 95. See also organotherapy; progesterone for diseases of womb, 2, 21, 35–38 horseback riding as, 54 for hysteria, 29, 40, 46, 54–56, 82 intercourse and pregnancy as, xii, 29, 151, 152 Darwin, Charles, 8, 44, 189 Demand, Nancy, xii demonic possession, hysteria as, 2, 29, 53, 58 diagnosis, 6, 11, 28 Charcot on, 64–69 of depression, 172, 175, 206 of“female problems,” xvi, 132, 134 and hormones, 137, 168 of hysteria, xiii, xiv, xvi, 11, 25, 27, 47, 57–59, 61, 71–73, 78, 129, 134, 190, 192–93. See also epilepsy, and hysteria and memory, 162 as metaphor, 130–32, 155 premenstrual syndrome, 15, 149, 150 rhetorical context of, 153, 155, 210 Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), xiv, 18, 192 digestion, 77, 84, 86, 88, 117, 132, 185 Dunlap, Knight, 114 endocrinology, xiii, 4–5, 12, 106, 185, 190. See also Brown-Séquard, Charles-Edouard; Starling, Ernest Henry epilepsy, 64, 65, 72, 78, 134 and hysteria, 67–70 estradiol, 149, 168–70 estrogen, xiii, 4, 22, 162 as determining femininity, 5, 106 and memory, 162–63 and menstruation, 121, 128, 148, 149 and stress, 169, 173 Eve, story of Adam and, xi, 38, 202 evidential-conjectural stasis, 57–64 evidential-definitional stasis, 64–71 expansion of empirical evidence, as rhetorical movement, 140–44 expansion of expert vocabulary for female pathology, 144–49 Faber, Diana P., on Charcot, 58–59, 67, 68 Farr, Samuel, 101 femininity, 5, 15, 21, 102, 106, 110, 115, 172, 195, 206, 210. See also ovaries, defining femaleness feminist analysis...

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