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1928
Association in mania
Energy
Energy sex tension
Instinct, sex tension of and effect
Conflict
Pain
0018 0019
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
Pain reverses reaction
Pleasure
Problem stated
Excitation
Inhibition
Instinct, sex
Paramecium
0070 0071
Vision stereoscopic
Function rules
Neuron directing impulses
Pain reverses reaction
Pleasure
0078 0079
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
Affect and dementia praecox
Affect Affect laden thought
Schizophrenia and thalamic overactivity
Pain in thalmic syndrome
Sensation primitive and thalamus
0119 0120
Cortex inhibits thalamus
Inhibition of thalamus by cortex
Pain in neurotics
Pleasure in thalamic syndrome
Reactions in thalamic syndrome
Affect and thalamus
Conscious mind and thalamus
Instinct, sex and thalamus
Stimulus pleasant
0121 0122
Pain
Conflict
0173 0174
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
Differentiation original central nervous system
Infant central nervous system of
Mathematics of psychology
Schizophrenia and herd instinct
Complex (Freudian) in dementia praecox
Infant and punishment
Nirvanophilia and levels
Pain and herd instinct
Reactions and nirvanophilia
Stimulus
Stimulus and nirvanophilia
0199 0200
Dominance and levels
Environment and levels
Intelligence and levels
Levels and nirvanophilia
Cortex, motor in sleep
Pain and levels
Reality and levels
0201 0202
Behaviour and levels
Pain large 'weight'
0203 0204

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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
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
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0243 0244
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
Adaptation in receptors
Conduction, nerve velocity of
Impulse, nervous in sensation
Receptors in groups
Axon frequency of 'burst'
Pain impulses of
0309 0310
Conscious mind function of
Dream
Nirvanophilia and Freud on
Reflex and nirvanophilia
Sensation intensity of
Electron and intelligence
Levels consciousness as
Memory and counscious mind
Pain nature of
Pleasure nature of
Quantum theory and intelligence
Receptors Weber-Fechner law
Sensation Weber-Fechner law
Stimulus and sensation
0311 0312

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1937
Equilibrium irritation in
Memory as organisation
Pain and organisation
Equilibrium central nervous system must be in
Neuron and irritation
0517 0518
Dominance
Organisation "weight" in
Organisation in auction
Pain large 'weight'
0531 0532

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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
Pain must increase continuously
0869 0870

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1947
Summary: Two points in exposition.
Pain and pleasure
Pleasure nature of
Genes number of human
2284 2285

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1948
Pain distinct from pain
Paramecium habituation in
Pleasure nature of
2471 2472

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1950
Pain effect of unescapable pain
Summary: What a mammal does to an environment that cannot be adapted to.
2827 2828
Summary: Allbutt on a type of man.
Essential variables sometimes not related to critical states
Critical surface if not related to essential variables
Pain patient insensitive to pain
2831 2832

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1956
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: Schizophrenia and noisiness.
Games mechanical
Pain patient insensitive to
Topology concepts of Welch
Mathematics as a model
Mathematics product of brain
Model theory of mathematical model
5270 5271
Summary: If punishments only are used, zero punishment is equivalent to reward.
Pain is sufficient
Summary: Selection and elimination.
5332 5333

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1958
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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1961
Summary: The great difference between teaching by pain and teaching by pleasure. 6550
Summary: To feel sympathy is to have no assurance that the other entity is really feeling. 6384
Pain distinct from pleasure
Pleasure different from pain
Sympathy proof of feeling?
Summary: It is often forgotten that planning must have a goal. 6401
Directive correlation (Sommerhoff) need for goal
Goal necessity for
Memory nitrous oxide on memory
Plan must have a goal
Retroactive inhibition by nitrous oxide
6370 6371

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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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