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1928
Reactions delayed and cortex
0000+04 0001
Dream
Inhibition
Stimulus
Energy
Reactions delayed and cortex
0014 0015
Infant
Reactions
Reflex and habit
Reflex, conditioned
0034 0035

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1930
Hypnosis (mesmerism)
Adaptation two meanings
Excitation
Inhibition
Reactions
Reflex, conditioned
0062 0063
Intelligence
Reactions
0080 0081
Inhibition
Learning
Reactions
Stimulus
Waves
0088 0089
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 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
Conduction, nerve in frog
Conduction, nerve multiple
Impulse, nervous 2 in 1 nerve
Introspection
Reactions effect of after returning stimuli
0163 0164
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
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
Cortex and release phenomenon
Excitation
Inhibition and petit mal
Memory and effort
Mind (individual) and effort
Reactions selection of reactions
Stimulus
Stimulus jamming the works
Cortex, sensory and stereoscopy
Cortex, visual
Cortex, visual and stereoscopy
Essential light of retina
Fatigue of retina
Inhibition
Localisation in cortex
Retina fatigue
Vision
0183 0184
Axon and nicotine
Impulse, nervous change of chronaxy
Receptors and chronaxy
Reflex, conditioned and chronaxy
Mathematics of psychology
Reactions and dendrons
0189 0190
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
Hypnosis (mesmerism)
Impulse pattern and unit impulse
Impulse, nervous single
Reactions to unit impulse
Stimulus unit
Conflict for final common path
Environment and instinct
Inhibition
Instinct and environment
Instinct, sex origin of
0197 0198
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
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
Affect of complex
Complex (Freudian) bundle of reactions
Inhibition and emotion
Introspection
Levels and nirvanophilia
Nirvanophilia and levels
Reactions and complex
Reflex higher reflex
Stimulus and nirvanophilia
Behaviour controlled by thalamus
Conflict among patches
Inhibition of reaction groups
0211 0212
Cortex
Complex (Freudian) and nirvanophilia
Conscious mind and nirvanophilia
Function rules
Introspection
Levels and nirvanophilia
Nirvanophilia and reciprocal innervation
Reactions and nirvanophilia
Symbolism in insanity
0215 0216

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1931
Reactions
Threshold of synapse
0223 0224
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
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 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
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
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
Conflict
Impulse pattern
Inhibition of pattern
Memory and reactions
Reactions and memory
Integration (physiological)
Reactions delayed and Dementia Praecox
Schizophrenia "can't wait"
0253 0254
Complex (Freudian) in dementia praecox
Reactions repressed
Unconscious, the merely waiting
Adaptation in Microstomum
Intelligence in Microstomum
Reflex male copulating
0255 0256
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
Basic pattern memory as basic pattern
Memory
Waves ripple theory
Differentiation in memory
Neuron and nirvanophilia
Nirvanophilia
Reactions and memory
0261 0262
Impulse pattern aim of
Nirvanophilia
Reactions termination of
Basic pattern
Conflict
Impulse pattern
0265 0266
Basic pattern mathematics of
Impulse pattern aim of
Space-time and patterns
Basic pattern and unconscious
Conscious mind as level
Holism concept of analysis
Reactions unconscious as
Unconscious, the nature of
0269 0270
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
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
Differentiation in infant
Infant
Integration (physiological) in infants
Levels
Reactions development of reactions
Reflex in melacholia
Stimulus abnornal stimulus
Dream continuous
Heredity and hysteria
Infant dreams in
Inhibition and activity
Integration (physiological) in hysteria
Levels dissociation of
0293 0294
Impulse pattern aim of
Integration (physiological) of patterns
Nirvanophilia and superimpose of impulse patterns
Reactions and superimpose of impulse patterns
Basic pattern images [?]
Cortex, visual
Problems solving of
Space-time and patterns
0297 0298
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
Aggregation
Memory in Protozoa
Memory as organisation
Nirvanophilia Jennings on
Organisation and memory
Reactions and nirvanophilia
Reactions by trial and error
Reducibility nearly reducibility
Reflex are plastic
Amoeba as "higher" animal
Brain unnecessary
Localisation Laskley on
0341 0342
Cortex, visual
Impulse pattern aim of
Integration (physiological) two types
Organisation after amputation
Reactions
Vision and cortical injury
Affect and memory
Association and memory
Excitation subliminal
Memory Lashley on
Space-time time factor in central nervous system
0343 0344
Adaptation Sherrington on
Reactions modification of
Organisation Thorndike on
Survival and brain
0403 0404
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
Reactions number of impulses in
Dominance and "pressure"
Organisation "pressure" in
0429 0430

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1933
Vision binocular
Conscious mind function of
Impulse, nervous and conditioned reflex
Integration (physiological) and consciousness
Memory go straight to it
Reactions are irreversible
Space-time continuous
0441 0442

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1937
Function rules fundamental function rules of central nervous system
Reactions right and wrong
Receptors and impulse frequency
Retina function of
Signal is irritant
0485 0486

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1939
Organisation number of types of
Summary: Nirvanophilia is identical with stable equilibrium.
Equilibrium equals nirvanophilia
Nirvanophilia equals stable equilibrium
Organisation change of
Reactions by trial and error
0585 0586
Equilibrium of a system
Summary: A great idea... organisation must spread from the environment inwards.
Basic pattern basic pattern organisation
Environment must be "orderly"
Impulse pattern and organisation
Intelligence and environment
Organisation and intelligence
Reactions two basic types of
0587 0588
Equilibrium ? animals stable
Equilibrium and echo-impulses
Reactions two basic types of
0601 0602

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1940
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
Adaptation -
Reactions modification of
Habituation
Integration (physiological) memory as
Memory as organisation in time
Reflex, conditioned
Space-time and learning
0797 0798
Organisation change of
Reactions to pattern
0821 0822

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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
Behaviour change of organisation as behaviour
Organisation change of
Reactions by change of organisation
0903 0904
Levels mechanism of
Neutral point (of equilibrium - including 'cycle', 'region' etc.) control of
Reactions by change of organisation
0931 0932

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1942
Summary: If two environments keep occurring, a system will break till it finds an organisation making it stable to both.
Reactions two basic types of
1121 1122
Summary: "Reaction" is divided into "response" and "variation".
Summary: The intrinsic form of a substitution might prove interesting.
Break as variation
Conscious mind and intrinsic equations
Organisation change = variation
Organisation intrinsic equation
Reactions response ? variation
Subjective and intrinsic equations
Substitution (mathematical) intrinsic equation
Delay (in substitution) and sub-wholes
Organisation degree of
1123 1124
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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