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Ross indexed the following pages under the keyword: "Signal".


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1930
Function rules
Nirvanophilia
Signal reality as
Genes
Nerve (peripheral) transplantation of
0099 0100
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

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1937
Meaning of signals
Reality unknowable
Signal reality as
Learning all empirical
Neuron and signals
Organisation and signals
0481 0482
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
Memory as organisation
Neuron memory in
Organisation and memory
Signal and memory
0511 0512

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1940
Environment must have "continuity"
Gestalt partial
Learning environment must be
Signal nature of
Stimulus signals
Adaptation environment must be right
Continuity necessary in environment
0781 0782
Organisation of environment
Signal nature of
Reflex, conditioned
0785 0786

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1941
Cortex, visual
Signal vision as
Structure interlocking
Vision mostly signals
Isomorphism ? group necessary
0863 0864
Reflex, conditioned is not intelligent
Amoeba can learn
Learning in Amoeba
Memory in Protozoa
Signal and environment
0911 0912

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1945
Summary: "Signals" and Jennings' "Law of the resolution of physiological states" are now explained.
Resolution of physiological states Jennings
Signal nature of
1984 1985

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1947
Learning some classical facts to be explained
Signal learning by
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
Summary: Experiments in learning compared with my theory.
Learning some classical facts to be explained
The Multistable System [33]: Several examples from animal psychology of apparent multistability. { 2200 - 2209 }
2208 2209
Summary: The formulation of "signal", "symbol", "association" given vaguely on 786 is confirmed and given more precision.
Coordination Bartlett's definition
Signal nature of
2212 2213

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1951
Receptors reason for multistable systems
Signal multistable system responding to
The Multistable System [24]: Multistable system responding to 'signal', 3520.
3519 3520
Summary: Neurofibrils exist.
Instinct Tinbergen on
Signal in instinct
Cause meaning of
Hawk as stimulus
Stimulus usually transformed
Transformation of stimuli
3539 3540
Environment reviewed again
Essential variables Reviewed again
Summary: How essential variables, environment, and network are to be arranged in organism and DAMS. 3603, 3825, 4600, 4613 - there is no general solution, 4832, 5737
Environment reviewed again
Essential variables Reviewed again
Signal multistable system responding to
3593 3594

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1957
Summary: Additive mechanisms in the brain. 5763, 5765.1, 5766.1, 5768
Cortex as store
Critical surface variation of
Signal in ultrastable system
5760 5761

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1969
Dummy signals
Signal necessary for
Symbols necessary
6990 6991

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