Definition of Localisation principle
1. Noun. (physiology) the principle that specific functions have relatively circumscribed locations in some particular part or organ of the body.
Generic synonyms: Principle, Rule
Specialized synonyms: Lateralisation, Laterality, Lateralization
Category relationships: Physiology
Lexicographical Neighbors of Localisation Principle
Literary usage of Localisation principle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Memories of My Exile by Lajos Kossuth (1880)
"enemies, because these would be obliged by the localisation principle not to overstep the Italian territory ? " Why I this is absolutely preposterous. ..."
2. Principles of Physiological Psychology by Wilhelm Max Wundt (1904)
"Absolute localisation, principle of, 330 f. Accommodation, centre for, 190, 301 Acid reaction of cinerea, 55 Acoustic nidi, 183 — centre, 315 ff. ..."
3. Political and Legal Remedies for War by Sheldon Amos (1880)
"... Localisation, principle of, in armies 252-258 Luxemburg, Neutralisation of 220-223 M. Magee, Bishop, sympathy of, with War . ..."