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


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1928
Dream
Inhibition
Stimulus
Energy
Reactions delayed and cortex
0014 0015
Energy
Energy
Impulse, nervous energy of
Instinct
Instinct, sex
Instinct in mania
Reflex in melacholia
Synapse in mania
0016 0017
Association in mania
Energy
Energy sex tension
Instinct, sex tension of and effect
Conflict
Pain
0018 0019
Energy
Conflict
0020 0021

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1930
Space-time and chronaxy
Synapse in mania
Energy
Energy sex tension
Instinct, sex tension of and effect
Pleasure
0048 0049
Complex (Freudian)
Energy sex tension
Excitation
Inhibition
Stimulus
Waves
0058 0059
Conduction, nerve in frog
Diffusion
Evolution
Energy
Inhibition
0068 0069
Cortex and learning
Learning localisation of
Space-time and neural levels
Affect and dementia praecox
Energy excess of in dementia praecox
Pallium as "general" organ
Schizophrenia and thalamic overactivity
0109 0110
Dream theory of
Energy accumulated and dreams
Function rules and development of central nervous system
Learning in Coelenterates
Neuron development
Reactions inborn and learned
Chronaxy and learning
Learning and chronaxy
Pain chronaxy
Synapse development
0111 0112
Brain 'key' atoms
Cortex control by 'key' atoms
Cortex, removal of and Lashley
Energy only shown by matter
Intelligence and Lashley
Cortex and the unconscious
Hypnosis (mesmerism)
Unconscious, the relation to conscious
0165 0166
Basic pattern
Cortex blood supply
Impulse pattern
Localisation in cortex
Modification
Energy
Inhibition
Inhibition and strong stimuli
Intelligence
Stimulus strong stimulus
Vision in strabismus
0175 0176
Energy
Brain
Infant
Learning
Neuron essentila function
Stimulus
0177 0178

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1931
Cortex, motor tone of cortex
Energy excess overflows
Sensation and movement
Affect and inhibition
Inhibition and emotion
0287 0288
Energy
Fatigue
Impulse, nervous momentum of
Inhibition and 'p'
Oscillation
Schizophrenia
0289 0290
Brain stops growing
Heredity and G [quantity of energy]
Maturity and G [quantity of energy]
Competition equations of
Cortex equipotentiality of
Energy Spearman and energy
Inhibition nature of
Localisation in cortex
0291 0292
Entropy ? validity of
Equilibrium
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) moving
Organisation and entropy
Reversible process and entropy
Energy free energy
0359 0360
Energy and equilibrium
Equilibrium in a field
Equilibrium necessary for existence
Ernshaw's theorem
Homeostasis defined
Space-time and measuring rod
0365 0366

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1940
Energy use of
Equilibrium and self preservation
Plasticity of reaction
Environment must be "orderly"
0801 0802

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1941
Break of organisation
Energy free energy
Organisation break of
Group (mathematical) of groups
Isomorphism and representations
0865 0866
Summary: The use of diagrams like those of 940, 946, 967 are permissible only if they represent (a) immediate dependencies as given by the substitutions and subject to its restrictions, or (b) as completed diagrams (961) to represent final dominances etc, but not as both haphazardly. Completed diagrams may be used to typify an organisation (contrary to 928). Also an addendum to the method of 962.
Energy irrelevant
Summary: Our substitutions deal quite adequately with the idea of the free energy available to the brain and body - by ignoring it.
Levels timing of
0969 0970

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1952
Summary: Judge the difficulty of "Design for a Brain" by the comprehension shown by the average worker in EEG. Adjust the difficulty so that almost all such workers show comprehension.
Energy notes on
Entropy in physics
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4090 4091

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1954
Organisation emergent properties
Summary: Whether properties "emerge" or not depends on our knowledge of the parts.
Summary: Why information?
Energy an old question
Information and energy
4986 4987

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1961
Energy and equilibrium irrelevant
Equilibrium and energy
Max( ) (function) energy and equilibrium
Minimum energy and equilibrium
Summary: Energy flow is neither maximal nor minimal at equilibrium; it is just irrelevant. 6321, 6345, 6350, 6365
Constraint through relation
Relation transmits constraint
Selection through relation
6294 6295
Summary: How to make a multistable system.
Energy and equilibrium irrelevant
Equilibrium irrelevance of energy
Homeostasis and energy
6364 6365

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