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1928
Learning
Synapse Rate of crossing
Learning
0030 0031
Learning
Pain reverses reaction
Waves
Coordination
Excitation
Inhibition
Pleasure
Reflex, conditioned
Stimulus
Waves
0038 0039

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1930
Learning
Pain reverses reaction
Uncertainty analysis Maths Notes, II
Uncertainty analysis Maths Notes, II
0054 0055
Excitation
Impulse, nervous Direction of
Inhibition
Learning
Neuron directing impulses
Reflex in melacholia
Conduction, nerve in frog
Conscious mind
Levels
0060 0061
Inhibition
Learning
Localisation
Modification
Reflex in melacholia
Synapse in mania
Learning
Reflex, conditioned
0064 0065
Learning
Reflex, conditioned
0086 0087
Inhibition
Learning
Reactions
Stimulus
Waves
0088 0089
Infant
Learning
0097 0098
Chronaxy Definition
Chronaxy and Babinski's reflex
Function rules and chronaxy
Reflex Babinski's and chronaxy
Ants can learn
Association and chronary
Instinct in mania
Learning in Infusoria
Learning in Insecta
Memory and chronaxy
Neuron and chronaxy
Paramecium learning
Reflex and instinct
0105 0106
Function rules and syndactyly
Genes and syndactily
Instinct in different species
Learning
Learning in Actinians
Levels sensory neuron levels
Reflex, conditioned in actinians
Learning below pallial level
Levels relation to 3 dimentions
Localisation of memory localisation
Pallium
Pallium essential property of
Pallium in reptiles
Reflex sub-pallial reflex
Space-time and pallium
0107 0108
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
Adaptation in insects
Cortex, removal of and loss of memory etc
Learning in lumbricus
Learning in Insecta
Learning in fish
Memory and loss of central nervous system
Modification in insects
Neuron has two functions
Axon metabolism in
Nerve (peripheral) and metabolism
0153 0154
Cortex gradients in
Cortex matabolism in
Cortex, motor vascularity
Cortex, sensory vascularity
Learning in Infusoria
Paramecium learning
Basic pattern and repression
Complex (Freudian) mechanism of
Dream and pattern theory
Impulse pattern and repression
Stimulus jamming the works
Symbolism and pattern theory
Unconscious, the and neurons
0155 0156
Energy
Brain
Infant
Learning
Neuron essentila function
Stimulus
0177 0178
Coordination and echoes
Cortex, motor and echo impulses
Environment
Evolution
Learning and echoes
Memory and cortex
Equilibrium and "vicious circle"
Instinct
Modification of neuron by impulse
Neuron and echo impulses
Stimulus echo stimulus
0181 0182
Dream at lower level
Basic pattern in cortex
Brain fundamental function
Cortex
Cortex and pattern
Cortex, visual and nirvanophilia
Impulse pattern in cortex
Learning
Localisation in cortex
Modification in cortex
Nirvanophilia
Reactions and environment
Reflex in melacholia
Signal reality as
Vision binocular
0205 0206

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1931
Adaptation -
Cortex and learning
Environment and reflexes
Evolution and reflex
Heredity of reflexes
Impulse, nervous effect on synapse
Learning after pain
Pain and learning
Reactions development of reactions
Reactions same as reflex
Stimulus "simple" stimulus
Basic pattern and pain
Geodetic path, postulate of How produced
Impulse, nervous and geodetic path
Intelligence
Laws of nature and intelligence
Space-time and geodetic path
0227 0228
Cortex and learning
Cortex, visual
Impulse, nervous number of
Learning number of impulses
Memory and cortex
Modification of neuron by impulse
Reactions number of impulses in
Retina number of impulses from
Synapse effect of impulse on
Vision
Association
Excitation as "allowing"
Impulse pattern effect of one synapse
Impulse pattern and pain
Inhibition by impulses meeting
Nirvanophilia and movement
Pain
Reflex inhibition of
Stimulus two types
0245 0246
Basic pattern complexity of
Cortex number of neurons
Cortex and the unconscious
Cortex equipotentiality of
Cortex inhibition and hypnosis
Cortex, visual and memory
Hypnosis (mesmerism) and universal mind
Impulse pattern complexity of
Inhibition and hypnosis
Intelligence and number of neurons
Learning localisation of
Localisation of learning
Localisation of memory localisation
Memory localisation of
Metagnosis
Neuron number in cortex
Unconscious, the relation to conscious
Chronaxy apparatus for
Conscious mind essential feature
Cortex and delayed reaction
Function rules in central nervous system
Hypnosis (mesmerism) delayed reaction
Impulse, nervous course in cortex
Inhibition and consciousness
Intelligence localisation of
Neuron essentila function
Nirvanophilia
Reactions delayed and consciousness
Reactions delayed and cortex
Stimulus delayed reaction
0281 0282
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
Basic pattern
Behaviour controlled by thalamus
Differentiation in development
Impulse pattern
Modification of neuron by impulse
Reactions development as reactions
Reactions of genes
Conflict in society
Cortex echo phenomenon
Cortex, visual and echo phenomenon
Impulse, nervous "echoes" back
Learning
Nirvanophilia
Reactions
Vision
0285 0286
Conscious mind function of
Learning in apes
Pattern (in general) MacCurdy on
Reactions tend to combine
Affect
Excitation without outlet
Stimulus attention to
Unconscious, the funtion of
0307 0308
Integration (physiological) of patterns
Brain injury and memory
Cortex, removal of and recovery
Learning in decerebrate dog
Meaning as pattern property
0331 0332
Excitation several types
Cortex and learning
Learning below pallial level
Learning rate of, in simple organisms
Memory in Protozoa
Memory and cortex
Reflex, conditioned in Protozoa
Reflex, conditioned and cortex
0339 0340
Learning
Memory and cortex
Vision binocular
0355 0356
Learning irreversible process
0369 0370

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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
Meaning of signals
Reality unknowable
Signal reality as
Learning all empirical
Neuron and signals
Organisation and signals
0481 0482
Excitation
Neuron and irritation
Learning
Neuron and irritation
Switching mechanisms
Vision binocular
0535 0536

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1940
Environment must have "continuity"
Gestalt partial
Learning environment must be
Signal nature of
Stimulus signals
Adaptation environment must be right
Continuity necessary in environment
0781 0782
Feeding
Inhibition
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) moving
Plasticity of reaction
Reactions plasticity of
Death as an equilibrium
Instinct, sex peculiarity of
Learning
0795 0796
Entropy and learning
Equilibrium and entropy paradox
Learning and entropy
Reversible process and learning
Organisation spread of
0813 0814
Adaptation comes after learning
Learning before adaptation
Organisation adaptation of
Organisation specification of
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) examples
0827 0828

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1941
Reflex, conditioned is not intelligent
Amoeba can learn
Learning in Amoeba
Memory in Protozoa
Signal and environment
0911 0912

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1942
Summary: n breaks provide 2n organisations. To give 10 different organisations every second throughout a man's life we need only 35 breaks!
Break surface causes fresh start
Learning upsets everything
Reactions new upsets old
Summary: Does the acquisition of a new reaction upset all the older one's as demanded by my theory? The answer seems to be "yes" but it may in some cases be of zero extent.
Reflex, conditioned and break-theory
1141 1142

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1944
Learning and age
Natural Selection [25]: Waves on the coast as selective operators, 1737. So is a ratchet, 1836. Erosion and rain has a peculiarity, 1947.
1737 1738
Summary: Known examples in physics of my type of absolute system, one of which shows dominance.
Summary: Two notes from a book.
Learning in Insecta
Learning in bees
Play species that do not
1739 1740

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1947
Summary: A workable unit has actually been made (second system, other was 2094). (Improved, 2432)
Learning speed of
Speed of learning
2182 2183
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
2200 2201
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
2202 2203
Learning some classical facts to be explained
Pleasure nature of
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
Association various experts on
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
2204 2205
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
2206 2207
Learning some classical facts to be explained
Signal learning by
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
Summary: Experiments in learning compared with my theory.
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
2208 2209

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1949
Reflex, conditioned machine built
The Conditioned Reflex [5]: Conditioned reflex machine built. 2614. Seems to be original, 2623.
Summary: A mechanism for conditioned reflex. Made: 16 Aug '49.
Learning gets fixed
Memory gets fixed
2614 2615

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1950
Summary: Description of a child lacking a sense of pain and often injured.
Learning improves with practice
2833 2834

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1951
Learning must use step-functions
Step function necessary in central nervous system
3523 3524
Transformation and inate releasing mechanisms
Conflict between instincts
Learning gets fixed
3541 3542
Summary: How the cortex perhaps gets selective disruption of wrong arcs. 3825, 4600, 4831
Essential variables possible mode of action
Learning imprinting
Learning serial learning
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [47]: Possible mode for action of essential variables, 3603.
3603 3604

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1954
Control of system that learns
Learning during regulation
Summary: Observations on controlling a system that can learn.
Design and variety
Information variety is sufficient
Variety and information
4780 4781
Summary: Levels in regulation.
Regulation levels in regulation
Summary: Learning is worth while only when the disturbance will be repeated.
Learning useful against repetition
4812 4813

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1956
Summary: What is a "logical definition"?
Deduction nature of
Definition and experience
Infant learning structure
Learning without essential variables
Structure in world
5254 5255
Summary: More "self-reproducing" systems. 5797
Learning in childhood
Pain teaches in youth
Summary: Pain educates mostly in childhood.
Basin distribution of size
5262 5263
Summary: The multi-stable system must have low interaction on the average. 5312
Summary: On the pains of learning.
Dentist
Learning necessity
The Multistable System [104]: "To accumulate memories that are not affected by intervening events" is equivalent to "There must be small interaction between the events and the memories" 5304.
Constraint and structure
Hierarchy (of Bourbaki) and constraint
Structure as constraint
5304 5305

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1957
Summary: "Transfer of patterns" demands only a transfer of values.
Learning from another
5700 5701

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1958
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Diffusion of pattern
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Input pattern in
Inscription defined
Isomorphism transitions and confluents
Learning without feedback
Pattern (in general) transmission of
Summary: The pattern in the confluents tends to copy the pattern in the input-transitions. Stochastic case: 5873, 5892
Anticipation automatic
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Continuity learning the structure
Dimension learning it empirically
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Prediction automatic
5844 5845
Summary: A DIE can be demonstrated rigorously in a machine with memory, and by the same basic operations as when there is no delay. Continued 6105
Summary: Learning by pain is fundamentally simpler (demands less communication ) than learning by reward.
Algedonic pain and pleasure different
Learning pleasure versus pain
Pain distinct from pleasure
Pleasure different from pain
6072 6073

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1960
Summary: Properties of the polystable system. 6243, 6248, 6342, 6363
Step-mechanism in learning (Estes)
Summary: Estes finds learning to go in jumps. 6542
Learning in all-or-nothing steps
6206 6207

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1963
Canalisation (Waddington) a local equilibrium
Heredity Waddington on
Intelligence Waddington's mistake
Learning genetic readiness
6440 6441

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1964
Summary: Movement of Amoeba: parts and whole. 6703
Learning amoeboid movement
6482 6483

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1965
Summary: Learning by pleasure is sophisticated.
Learning pleasure versus pain
Pain simpler than pleasure
Summary: Almost all the operations used in proving theorems do not raise cylindrance.
Cylindrance of a theorem
Theorem proving, and cylindrance
6550 6551

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