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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Dominance".


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1930
Adaptation essential nature of
Dominance
Entropy in physiology
Levels and alcohol
Stimulus essential property of
Dominance of receptors
Neuron gradient in
Receptors and gradients
Synapse phylogeny of
Waves in nerve impulse
0151 0152
Dominance and levels
Environment and levels
Intelligence and levels
Levels and nirvanophilia
Cortex, motor in sleep
Pain and levels
Reality and levels
0201 0202
Conscious mind as level
Dominance and patches
Unconscious, the as level
Complex (Freudian) serial activation
Excitation
Inhibition
Stimulus in psychoanalysis
0213 0214

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1931
Basic pattern gradual setting of
Dominance
Instinct, sex origin of
Pain large 'weight'
Impulse, nervous timing of
Localisation of reaction
Neuron essential function
Reactions localisation of
Stimulus
Hover mouse here to display note
0243 0244
Affect largely conventional
Basic pattern memory as basic pattern
Cortex, removal of and loss of memory etc
Diffusion in growth
Dominance in growth
Memory and loss of cortex
Reactions whole cortex acts
Impulse pattern elaboration of
Localisation of reaction
Reactions localisation of
Waves of impulses
0257 0258
Affect and inhibition
Brain dominance of
Dominance
Environment
Equilibrium
Inhibition and emotion
Learning
Neuron essentila function
Nirvanophilia
Receptors and gradients
Stimulus
Ants
Genes
Heredity and function rules
Schizophrenia
0283 0284
Diffusion in growth
Dominance in growth
Inhibition of growth
Memory in butterflies
Neuron development
0305 0306
Excitation
Dominance in growth
Pattern (in general) in development
0327 0328

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1932
Goldfish generation of impulses
Impulse, nervous spontaneous generation
Receptors distribution in skin
Sensation in skin
Coordination by symbols
Dominance in organisation
Levels and organisation
Organisation logic of its own
Symbolism in organisation
0423 0424
Reactions number of impulses in
Dominance and "pressure"
Organisation "pressure" in
0429 0430

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1933
Differential equation in physics
Dominance and levels
Integration (physiological) of patterns
Learning
Levels and nirvanophilia
Memory
Pattern (in general) integration of
0439 0440

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1937
Dominance in organisation
Interaction versus dominance
0495 0496
Organisation by mass effect
Dominance
Organisation has "aim"
0523 0524
Dominance
Organisation "weight" in
Organisation in auction
Pain large 'weight'
0531 0532
Dominance in neurons
Impulse pattern elaboration of
Memory as organisation
Neuron ? amoeboid
Organisation and patterns
Dominance indirect and direct
Instinct, sex and hormones
Memory and intinct
Reflex, conditioned and hormones
0533 0534
Dominance convergent dominance
Dominance divergent dominance
Equilibrium in thermostat
0539 0540
Dominance
Interaction versus dominance
0545 0546

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1938
Dominance zero dominance
0551 0552

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1939
Equilibrium all points stable in
Equilibrium belongs to a circuit
Dominance as neutral equilibrium
0599 0600
Dominance test for
0679 0680

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1941
Levels and organisation
Summary: Had my severe illness here. Was it febrile reaction to enormous cortical readjustment? I don't know. But it felt as if I had "swallowed a rainbow". And the next page contains the essential discovery.
Adaptation essential nature of
Dominance another type
Nirvanophilia basis of
0857 0858
Dominance test for
Organisation simultaneity of
0907 0908
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) effect of change of parameter
Dominance test for
Independence
Interaction definition
Organisation irreversible
Organisation number of types of
Time reversible machine
0927 0928
Dominance in organisation
Parameter finding
0955 0956
Summary: (1) It is impossible to say how much one variable depends on another. (2) The meaning of "dx'i/dxk" is given. (3) The Question "Does xi depend on xk" is meaningless. (4) New form of matrix test for dominance is given. (5) Definitions given of (a) xi-t curve depends on x0k, (b) xi-t curve is independant of x0k, (c) xi dominates xk, (d) "parameter".
Summary: I have decided in future to end the Sections with a Summary. It may perhaps force rather more tidiness into the ideas and will be useful for reference.
Dependence defined
Dominance definition
Independence defined
0959 0960
Dominance test for
Independence test for
Mathematics completing system
Matrix method
Parameter test for
0961 0962
Summary: Three methods are given for exploring a system of equations like 957 (top) in order to find parameters, and dominances using basically the method of 958 (top).
Dominance
0963 0964
Summary: A higher level must usually change more slowly than a lower level, in order that the lower level may be given time to catch its neutral point.
Dominance and velocity
Independence and velocity
Parameter if not known
Probability of parameter
Summary: If, from a given system, we remove knowledge of a variable, we must introduce probability to replace it. (But see next paragraph)
0971 0972
Summary: The lower animals, at any rate, with their environment may be much simplified for our purpose by noting that one animal may be considered to be split into several, or many, parts, each of which has its own environment. So animal and environment = several machines, not one.
Dominance and velocity
Equilibrium of organisations
Independence and velocity
Levels mechanism of
Organisation stable
0977 0978
Dominance chain of
Organisation chain of organisations
0979 0980
Summary: An organisation with n variables and m parameters has two separate complexities. Subject to conditions, m describes the number of coordinates in the space in which the neutral point moves, when m=n we have a 'transative' state.
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) control of
Dependence test for
Dominance test for
Independence test for
Substitution (mathematical) reducibility
0985 0986
Summary: A much better statement is given of the idea of varying patterns of dominance etc in a system.
Summary: "Break" does not involve "irreversibility".
Break definition
Dominance varying
Reversible process breaks
1037 1038
Summary: The idea that "orderliness" or "intelligence" spreads like crystallisation is probably covered more correctly by the more precise idea that it is "reaching neutral point and stopping still" which spreads along a chain of dominance.
Break equations for
Dominance chain of
Equilibrium spread of
Organisation spread of
Step function in differential equations
1047 1048
Summary: Examples are given in ordinary machinery of "change of organisation" and "break". Both are rare.
Summary: Our definition of "dominance" of 960 is correct. See 1077 for a fuller survey.
Dominance definition
1055 1056

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1942
Summary: A discussion is given of the meaning of the "change of organisation" (if any) which occurs when a system settles at a new neutral point without change of the field. i.e. a variable, without change of field, going outside the "range of stability" of one neutral point. A complete clarification is given, together with its relation to my previous ideas of "breaks".
Dominance definition
Organisation change of neutral point
Substitution (mathematical) dominance in
Substitution (mathematical) 'dependance' in
1077 1078

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1943
Summary: The concept of "a reflex" is translated into my organisational terminology.
Reflex in dynamic system
Break surface controlled
Dominance over breaks
Levels controlling breaks
1187 1188
Summary: A dominating system can control the position of break-surfaces of a second system.
Dominance two types
1189 1190
Dominance and velocity
Independence and velocity
Order of velocity
1193 1194
Dominance in field
1273 1274
Dominance and velocity
Independence and velocity
1347 1348

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