The New International Encyclopædia/Bernstein, Julius
BERNSTEIN, Julius (1839—). A German physiologist, born in Berlin. He became professor of physiology at Heidelberg in 1869, at Berlin in 1871, and at Halle in 1872. The character of his researches is expressed in the titles of such works by him as Untersuchungen über den Erregungsvorgang im Nerven- und Muskelsystem (1871) and Die fünf Sinne des Menschen (2d ed., 1889).