Florey's remarks re: the Cannon-Stewart controversy and reference to W.B. Cannon, 'The James-Lange Theory of Emotion' American Journal of Psychology (? Dec 1927). Characterization and doubts re: the James-Lange theory. Cannon v's Stewart and Rogoff in American Journal of Psychology - reconciliation and position of F.'s conclusions in debat., Florey's results support Sherrington v's James-Lange ('mimesis of emotion' and extent of muscle movement), ref: Sherrington, Proceedings of the Royal Society, 1900 Vol. 66. p .390. ref: Sherrington, Integrative Action..., p. 260 (1906), ref: Bard, American Journal of Physiology, April 1928, that experimental clinical research tending towards Bard ('the true line'), upcoming meeting of Cambridge Physiological Society.