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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Retroactive inhibition".


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1951
Summary: The art of war - in the cortex. Review 4155, 4589
Inhibition retroactive
Retroactive inhibition
The Conditioned Reflex [40]: Neutral stimuli play a part in reactions, 3458.
3457 3458

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1956
Chess machine for
Summary: How to make a brain.
Interaction small in multistable systems
Retroactive inhibition condition for zero retroactive inhibition
5302 5303
Summary: Basic methods with complex systems.
Operational research in silting of rivers
Silting Laws of silting
Adaptation accumulation
Retroactive inhibition condition for zero retroactive inhibition
The Multistable System [108]: Multistability, i.e. separation of learning parts, proved necessary 5345. (Better proof than in Design for a Brain S.17/2)
5344 5345
Summary: A system that attempts to correct multiple arcs will go to an equilibrium with a certain fraction of its arcs correct. If momentarily better than that fraction, it will drift back to it. 5410, 5415
Retroactive inhibition prevented operatively
The Multistable System [109]: A system that adapts by correcting multiple arcs moves to an equilibrial "percentage adapted" - for the more there are adapted, the greater is the chance that correction of one unadapted will upset the adapted, 5360.
Relay can do anything
5360 5361
Accumulation (of adaptations) discrimination necessary
Discrimination must be used
Retroactive inhibition quantative estimate
5416 5417

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1957
Summary: Importance of information whose changes occur only at long intervals.
DAMS Mark II (Dispersive and Multistable System) [13]: Long-term, slow-changing, information can act as director and localiser of short-term, quick-changing information. 5764.
Summary: Psychiatric application.
Summary: Operational meaning of "correct translation".
Retroactive inhibition quantative estimate
Translation test for correctness
Psychiatric applications [95]: Injury that should lead to increased retroactive inhibition. 5765.
5764 5765

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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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1966
Retroactive inhibition quantative estimate
ASP
6598 6599

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