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1928
Impulse, nervous Direction of
Neuron directing impulses
Unconscious, the and words
Integration (physiological)
0012 0013
Neuron directing impulses
Impulse, nervous momentum of
Synapse Rate of crossing
0028 0029
Basic pattern
Impulse pattern
Impulse, nervous Nature of
Synapse in mania
Neuron directing impulses
0036 0037

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1930
Excitation
Impulse, nervous Direction of
Inhibition
Learning
Neuron directing impulses
Reflex in melacholia
Conduction, nerve in frog
Conscious mind
Levels
0060 0061
Inhibition
Ants
Brain
Intelligence
Neuron directing impulses
0072 0073
Vision stereoscopic
Function rules
Neuron directing impulses
Pain reverses reaction
Pleasure
0078 0079
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
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
Cortex, motor after crossing nerves
Impulse, nervous only one variety
Nerve (peripheral) crossing of nerve
Neuron cut and crossed
0113 0114
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
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
Chronaxy apparatus for
Cortex, motor chronaxy
Modification chronaxy
Nerve (peripheral) chronaxy
Neuron and chronaxy
Reflex Lapreque on reflex
Inhibition pattern theory of
Stimulus modifies chronaxy
0157 0158
Basic pattern and dreams
Cortex whole cortex acts
Dream and pattern theory
Impulse pattern and dreams
Impulse, nervous permanent modification
Modification of neuron by impulse
Neuron and dreams
Function rules and instinct
Instinct and cerebration
Neuron and instinct
0159 0160
Brain fundamental function
Function rules fundamental function rules of central nervous system
Neuron essentila function
Differentiation in development
Modification
Nirvanophilia
Reactions development of reactions
0167 0168
Energy
Brain
Infant
Learning
Neuron essentila function
Stimulus
0177 0178
Chronaxy
Differentiation in development
Environment
Evolution
Function rules and development of central nervous system
Heredity and function rules
Mind (individual) development of
Neuron directing impulses
Nirvanophilia
Reactions development of reactions
Reality nature of
Synapse Rate of crossing
Parameter function rules as
Space-time and chronaxy
0179 0180
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
Cortex dissociation
Cortex, motor and epilepsy
Cortex, removal of functional cortex in hysteria
Instinct, sex in tabes
Nirvanophilia and masochism
Pain in tabetics
Chronaxy
Function rules in central nervous system
Impulse, nervous function rules of nervous impulse
Instinct, sex in tabes
Neuron function rules of neuron
Parameter function rules as
Synapse Rate of crossing
Synapse and epilepsy
0185 0186
Axon numbers in tracts
Chronaxy and nicotine
Mathematics of psychology
Neuron and nicotine
Synapse and nicotine
0187 0188
Basic pattern
Cortex and sleep
Cortex, motor in sleep
Dream
Fatigue and sleep
Impulse pattern
Impulse, nervous congestion
Inhibition and sleep
Neuron and dreams
Nirvanophilia
Synapse and sleep
Chronaxy
Reactions delayed and cortex
Receptors and sleep
Stimulus and sleep
0193 0194

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1931
Chronaxy and summation
Cortex, visual "weight" of stimuli
Cortex, visual and sleep
Inhibition and sleep
Retina essential light of retina
Stimulus "weight" of visual stimulus
Vision "weight" of
Differentiation
Impulse, nervous effect on synapse
Neuron and reflex
Nirvanophilia
Reflex in melacholia
Stimulus essential property of
Synapse as valve
Valve synapse as
0219 0220
Chronaxy criticism of
Conduction, nerve rate of and chronaxy
Cortex and chronaxy
Impulse, nervous change of chronaxy
Neuron and chronaxy
Nirvanophilia and chronaxy
Reactions
Synapse Rate of crossing
Basic pattern development of
Cortex and preformed reflex
Differentiation in infant
Infant reflexes in
Modification
Reactions modification of
0229 0230
Basic pattern mathematics of
Impulse, nervous single
Mathematics of pattern
Neuron directing impulses
Nirvanophilia
Impulse, nervous frequency and synapse
Impulse, nervous single
Receptors and stimulus
Space-time and patterns
Synapse Rate of crossing
0231 0232
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
Infant and punishment
Conflict among patches
Neuron degeneration of
Synapse effect on pattern
0247 0248
Behaviour and waves
Electron and waves
Impulse pattern as waves
Impulse, nervous as waves
Neuron resonator
Stimulus as waves
Synapse as resonator
Waves explain all
Levels basis of
Neuron and levels
Nirvanophilia and waves
Reflex, conditioned and waves
Vision and waves
0249 0250
Impulse, nervous memory of
Memory
Neuron memory in
Nirvanophilia
Reactions and memory
Conflict in neuron
Receptors and impulse frequency
Space-time continuous
Stimulus and nirvanophilia
0251 0252
Basic pattern memory as basic pattern
Memory
Waves ripple theory
Differentiation in memory
Neuron and nirvanophilia
Nirvanophilia
Reactions and memory
0261 0262
Impulse, nervous Nature of
Neuron and passive [ion]
Stimulus Nernst's law
Chronaxy and calcium
Stimulus essential property of
0275 0276
Axon and action current
Coordination by speed of electric current
Coordination of muscle rhythm
Cortex, motor and muscle rhythm
Neuron and muscle rhythm
Stimulus essential property of
Synapse Rate of crossing
Impulse, nervous spreading of
Sensation and Müller's law
Space-time and clairvoyance
Vision cryptoscopic vision
0277 0278
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
Axon length and cell-size
Chronaxy Delage on
Cortex histology of
Essential light of retina
Neuron and axon length
Receptors and cocaine
Synapse and nicotine
Vision
Vision
0295 0296
Diffusion in growth
Dominance in growth
Inhibition of growth
Memory in butterflies
Neuron development
0305 0306
Axon giant in lumbricus
Impulse, nervous and conditioned reflex
Neuron giant in lumbricus
Receptors all [chemlotaclic]
Synapse giant in lumbricus
Excitation in reflex centre
Impulse, nervous single
Synapse on perikaryon
0315 0316
Impulse, nervous guided by pattern
Pattern (in general) MacCurdy on
Memory pattern in
Neuron and pattern
Pattern (in general) and memory
0329 0330
Neuron in reactions
Reactions use of neurons
Conscious mind function of
0411 0412

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1932
Adaptation as "circle"
Environment as "circle"
Reactions as "circle"
Neuron in reactions
0425 0426
Impulse, nervous and conditioned reflex
Neuron essential function
Pattern (in general)
0433 0434

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1934
Mathematics of growth and cells
Neuron maths of growth
Nirvanophilia in growth
0457 0458

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1937
Basic pattern and action
Neuron and pattern
Interaction in central nervous system
0469 0470
Heredity and memory
Instinct as memory
Memory is absolute
Neuron memory in
Mathematics of "forgetting"
Memory maths of
0475 0476
Meaning of signals
Reality unknowable
Signal reality as
Learning all empirical
Neuron and signals
Organisation and signals
0481 0482
Neuron memory in
Mathematics of "forgetting"
Memory maths of
0509 0510
Memory as organisation
Neuron memory in
Organisation and memory
Signal and memory
0511 0512
Equilibrium irritation in
Memory as organisation
Pain and organisation
Equilibrium central nervous system must be in
Neuron and irritation
0517 0518
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
Excitation
Neuron and irritation
Learning
Neuron and irritation
Switching mechanisms
Vision binocular
0535 0536

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1939
Cortex spread of organisation
Entropy ? validity of
Organisation spread of
Equilibrium of a neuron
Equilibrium physical characteristics
Neuron as a stable unit
Neuron environment of
0589 0590
Equilibrium necessary for existence
Neuron environment of
0603 0604

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1940
Gestalt operators and
Operator as relation
Organisation of operators
Relation as operator
Impulse pattern and organisation
Neuron essential function
0803 0804

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1941
Summary: Suppose the cortex is a 'representation' of the environment, i.e. corresponding to events in the periphery (stimuli, reactions) there are events in the cortex. Nothing new in this idea. But suppose that the cortex is more 'sensitive', so that if the periphery is being driven out of its range of stability the corresponding variable in the cortex will break first, i.e. get outside its range of stability, and thus switch to another portion of the field (817), and change partially to another organisation.
Cortex as 'sensitive'
Reactions right and wrong
Reflex, conditioned
Equilibrium by cortex 'breaking'
Isomorphism of cortex and environment
Neuron death of
Pain and organisation
Reflex, conditioned
0859 0860
Neuron internal equilibrium
Equilibrium test for
Field (of substitution) divergence of
0949 0950

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1950
Neuron maximal value of
Psychiatric applications [12]: The value of each unit if used with maximal efficiency, 2964.
2963 2964

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1951
Summary: Joining up Essential Variables, Environment, and network. Review 3582
Arc length of
Independence testing for, in DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System)
Neuron numbers of
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [44]: Method of testing for 'illegitamate' and wandering actions, 3562.
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [45]: Number of neurone in monkey's nuclei 3562.
3561 3562

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1953
Summary: Of what use is neurophysiology to me?
Summary: Drugs of addiction.
Addiction nature of
Neuron ?determinate
Summary: If the environment offers constraint, the cortex can profit.
Environment constrained
Hunt and stick optimal strategy
Strategy in adaptation
The Multistable System [88]: If the environment is not constrained, cortex can do nothing better than search at random 4649.
4648 4649

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1963
Atom simplest functional
Neuron simplest possible
Unit simplest
6410 6411

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