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1928
Infant
Reactions
Reflex and habit
Reflex, conditioned
0034 0035
Learning
Pain reverses reaction
Waves
Coordination
Excitation
Inhibition
Pleasure
Reflex, conditioned
Stimulus
Waves
0038 0039

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1930
Conflict
Instinct
Integration (physiological)
Reflex, conditioned
0044 0045
Hypnosis (mesmerism)
Adaptation two meanings
Excitation
Inhibition
Reactions
Reflex, conditioned
0062 0063
Inhibition
Learning
Localisation
Modification
Reflex in melacholia
Synapse in mania
Learning
Reflex, conditioned
0064 0065
Learning
Reflex, conditioned
0086 0087
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
Chronaxy Definition
Nerve (peripheral) Rheobase of sciatic
Heredity conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned inheritance of
0115 0116
Axon size and chronaxy
Chronaxy and learning
Conduction, nerve rate of and chronaxy
Cortex, removal of and conditioned reflex
Fatigue and chronaxy
Pallium and conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned and cortex
Chronaxy chronaxy switching
Nerve (peripheral) cutting of chronaxy
Nerve (peripheral) strichnine and chronaxy
Reflex and mechanism
0117 0118
Basic pattern
Differentiation of inhibitions
Reflex and ripple theory
Reflex, conditioned and ripple theory
Schizophrenia and chronaxy
0141 0142
Axon and nicotine
Impulse, nervous change of chronaxy
Receptors and chronaxy
Reflex, conditioned and chronaxy
Mathematics of psychology
Reactions and dendrons
0189 0190

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1931
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
Memory
Reflex, conditioned
0337 0338
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
Reflex, conditioned Hollingworth's views
Association in conditioned reflex
Integration (physiological) in conditioned reflex
0401 0402
Impulse, nervous "echoes" back
Impulse, nervous and conditioned reflex
Nirvanophilia and Freud on
Reflex and nirvanophilia
Reflex, conditioned and nirvanophilia
Reflex, conditioned and nirvanophilia
0413 0414

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1937
Memory and reactions
Reflex, conditioned
Space-time of memory
Stimulus and memory
0473 0474
Memory forgetting
Organisation and memory
Reflex, conditioned and memory
0507 0508
Reflex, conditioned
0521 0522
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

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1940
Organisation of environment
Signal nature of
Reflex, conditioned
0785 0786
Adaptation -
Reactions modification of
Habituation
Integration (physiological) memory as
Memory as organisation in time
Reflex, conditioned
Space-time and learning
0797 0798
Fatigue and habituation
Stimulus essential property of
Reflex, conditioned not formed
0799 0800
Equilibrium by inhibition
Reflex, conditioned
Group (mathematical) calculating machine as
Organisation in group
0853 0854

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

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1942
Equilibrium to two environments
Reflex, conditioned and break-theory
1119 1120
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
Break surface further properties
Critical surface if not related to essential variables
Summary: A clarification of the concept of a "break-surface".
Summary: The conditioned reflex is not clear yet.
Reflex, conditioned and break-theory
1175 1176

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1947
Summary: Clarification of "stimulus" and some collected types. (See 2486)
Pattern (in general) as stimulus
Constraint at input
Input variety in
Reflex, conditioned fusion of parameters
2218 2219
Summary: The production of the new compounds of behavior is only interaction and has nothing to do with Intelligence.
Memory can be harmful
Reflex, conditioned harmfulness of
2322 2323

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1948
Summary: Whenever possible, postulate many independent ultrastable systems rather than one multistable system.
Association explanation
Reflex, conditioned and ultrastability
2507 2508

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1949
The Conditioned Reflex [4]: Conditioned reflex might be due to feedback depending on a "match" 2612.
Summary: Habituation to a moving stimulus, prediction, and the conditioned reflex.
Reflex, conditioned and ultrastability
2612 2613
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
Forcing a variable forcing homeostat
Homeostat shows conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned on homeastat
2749 2750
Summary: On the nature of 'mind'. (An application 2790)
Reflex, conditioned theory of
Oddments [24]: Behaviour of an absolute system when one variable is forced off its natural path, 2756.
2755 2756
Reflex, conditioned requires non-reinforcement
2763 2764

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1953
Summary: Invariants of a dynamic system with parameters.
Summary: The Conditioned Reflex as a loss of power to transmit. 4430
Invariant "self-locking" as
Invariant "stable" as
Reflex, conditioned as loss of transmission
The Conditioned Reflex [43]: Conditioned reflex as loss of transmition, 4424.
Summary: Distinguish variety in design from variety during performance. Continued 4427 top, 4427, 4428, 4431
Genes more fundamental
4424 4425

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1956
Reflex, conditioned machine for
5258 5259
Arc to shift or not to shift
The Multistable System [113]: If a change of step-mechanism (due to corrective feedback) makes an arc change place, more space is required. If the change makes an arc change nature but not place, more time is required. 5388.
Summary: Time of adaptation can be cut down if more space is available. The distinct reactions should be sent to distinct places, any one reaction should not change its place during its training. 5410, 5415
Habituation and plasticity
Plasticity in system
Reflex, conditioned and plasticity
5388 5389

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1957
Summary: Implications of "going to equilibrium."
Equilibrium and conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5706 5707
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Summary: When the alternation of two stimuli to a machine reaches equilibrium, the two effects and the equilibrium are related. 5724, 5729
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5708 5709
Confluant and topology
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Topology in machines
Summary: Every absolute system defines a topology, the "confluential", over the set of states. This topology may be similar to some other topology, well known over same set.
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5710 5711
Equivalence relation and topology
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Topology and equivalence relation
Summary: For general guidance, one can think of a "topology" as a more complex equivalence relation, allowing degrees of "equivalence."
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5712 5713
Summary: The intermediate degree of the conditioned response being brought "towards" the unconditioned
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5714 5715
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5716 5716+01
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5716+02 5717
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5718 5719
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Summary: Basic theory of the conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5720 5721
Summary: Some experiments on my theory.
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5722 5723
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5724 5725
Summary: Simultaneous presentation does not give conditioning. 5730, 5827, 5862
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
Summary: A very new way of producing "conditioning".
Reflex, conditioned as compound equilibrium
5726 5727

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1958
Association explanation by confluants
Confluant and conditioned reflex
Equilibrium under regular transitions
Reflex, conditioned and confluants
Transition sequence of
Trap = closed or stable set
Hover mouse here to display note
5836B 5837
Reflex, conditioned on homeastat
5856 5857
Summary: Paradoxical predictions for conditioned reflexes.
Reflex, conditioned secondary conditioned reflex
Trace reflex theory
5858 5859
Reflex, conditioned and its "basic" mechanism
5862 5863
Summary: Build small specialist machines, each devised to show one fact with perfect clarity.
Immunity conditioned reflex in
Reflex, conditioned in serology
The Conditioned Reflex [47]: Conditioned reflex of alcohol causing production of anti-toxin. 6060.
Treatment a form of war
Psychiatric applications [96]: Blitz-therapy. 6061.
6060 6061

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1959
Summary: Simultaneous forcing of two variables may give a slight tendency to association. 6140, 6197
Association by simultaneous forcing
Reflex, conditioned by simultaneous forcing
The Conditioned Reflex [48]: Simultaneous forcing may give a trace of conditioned reflex. 6136.
Summary: Closure under a sequence, and a property of one operator, implies a corresponding property on the other operators. 6143, 6269
Resolution of physiological states general principle
6136 6137
Summary: A more general type of "forcing" operator". 6269, 6247, 6312, 6322
Forcing a variable generalised
Summary: Razran's review reviewed. 6269
Reflex, conditioned Razran's review
6140 6141

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1960
Summary: Rubin and Sitgreaves' results summarised. 6199
Pandemonium (of Selfridge)
Summary: I must demonstrate, some day, that a heap of manure has as high an organisation as a man.
Manure organisations of
Organisation of manure or silo
Reflex, conditioned in manure
Reproduction self reproduction, impossible
Silo organisation of
6192 6193
Summary: Meaning of [formula]
Reflex, conditioned and confluants
Resolution of physiological states general principle
6266 6267

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1961
Reflex, conditioned modes of display
Summary: More on Conditioned Reflex 6323, 6347
6316 6317
Reflex, conditioned ?Solution of problem [on Pavlov's page 197]
6318 6319
Summary: Final (?) statement of the lae of anticipation. 6334, 6342, 6347
Communication in conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned as communication between operations
Selection and conditioned reflex
6324 6325
Confluant ways of changing
Reflex, conditioned ways of forcing
6326 6327
Anticipation machine for
Reflex, conditioned machine for
6328 6329
Homeostat conditioned reflex on
Reflex, conditioned on Homeostat
Summary: Dickens says eloquence comes from thinking about the subject.
Genius Dickens on
6338 6339
Summary: The elementary conditioned reflex processes only about 2 bits of information, and needs a mechanism of only that capacity. 6363
Arc optimal size
Reflex, conditioned machine for
Achondroplasia Dickens' memory
Localisation principles of
Memory principles for localisation
6352 6353

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1966
Reflex, conditioned Pavlov's 'p.197'
6602 6603

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1967
Information loss, in conditioned reflex
Reflex, conditioned information loss
Summary: Pavlov, p.197
Summary: Events that show mutual exclusion in their behaviours may be called a "variable".
Variable nature of
6726 6727
Summary: Outline of method giving work for the next twenty years. 6767
Homeostat conditioning in
Reflex, conditioned on Homeostat
6744 6745
Summary: Conditioning seen as habituation. 6754
Reflex, conditioned as habituation
Stimulus nature of
Summary: Analogy still holds strongly between "interaction" set and "interaction" entropies. 6818
Interaction on stacking sets
6752 6753
Summary: Importance of alternation of operators.
Alternation as operator
Anticipation alternation in
Habituation aternation in
Habituation conditioned reflex as
Reflex, conditioned alterations, forcing
Trajectory long, with equilibrium
Forcing a variable theorem of
Insistance theorem of
Operator forcing
Operator insistence
Polystable forcing of
6754 6755
Summary: Double Insistence.
Homeostat conditioning in
Reflex, conditioned on Homeostat
6760 6761
Summary: Speeding up ASP.
Habituation theories in the literature
Reflex, conditioned literature searched
6816 6817

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