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1928
Inhibition
Reflex and habit
Reflex scratch reflex
Synapse Rate of crossing
Cortex, visual
Instinct
Instinct, sex
Stimulus
0008 0009
Dream
Inhibition
Stimulus
Energy
Reactions delayed and cortex
0014 0015
Learning
Pain reverses reaction
Waves
Coordination
Excitation
Inhibition
Pleasure
Reflex, conditioned
Stimulus
Waves
0038 0039

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1930
Stimulus
Uncertainty analysis Maths Notes, II
Adaptive behaviour defined
Synapse in mania
0056 0057
Complex (Freudian)
Energy sex tension
Excitation
Inhibition
Stimulus
Waves
0058 0059
Adaptive behaviour classified by Holmes
Reflex in melacholia
Stimulus
Cortex
Inhibition
0066 0067
Inhibition
Learning
Reactions
Stimulus
Waves
0088 0089
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
Adaptation loss of
Chronaxy apparatus for
Schizophrenia and chronaxy
Nerve (peripheral) chronaxy
Reflex and resonance
Schizophrenia and chronaxy
Space-time and chronaxy
Stimulus
Waves and reflex
0133 0134
Adaptation essential nature of
Dominance
Entropy in physiology
Levels and alcohol
Stimulus essential property of
Dominance of receptors
Neuron gradient in
Receptors and gradients
Synapse phylogeny of
Waves in nerve impulse
0151 0152
Cortex gradients in
Cortex matabolism in
Cortex, motor vascularity
Cortex, sensory vascularity
Learning in Infusoria
Paramecium learning
Basic pattern and repression
Complex (Freudian) mechanism of
Dream and pattern theory
Impulse pattern and repression
Stimulus jamming the works
Symbolism and pattern theory
Unconscious, the and neurons
0155 0156
Chronaxy apparatus for
Cortex, motor chronaxy
Modification chronaxy
Nerve (peripheral) chronaxy
Neuron and chronaxy
Reflex Lapreque on reflex
Inhibition pattern theory of
Stimulus modifies chronaxy
0157 0158
Basic pattern
Cortex blood supply
Impulse pattern
Localisation in cortex
Modification
Energy
Inhibition
Inhibition and strong stimuli
Intelligence
Stimulus strong stimulus
Vision in strabismus
0175 0176
Energy
Brain
Infant
Learning
Neuron essentila function
Stimulus
0177 0178
Coordination and echoes
Cortex, motor and echo impulses
Environment
Evolution
Learning and echoes
Memory and cortex
Equilibrium and "vicious circle"
Instinct
Modification of neuron by impulse
Neuron and echo impulses
Stimulus echo stimulus
0181 0182
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
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
Conscious mind in dreams
Problems in dreams
Unconscious, the in dreams
Reflex in melacholia
Stimulus and sleep
0195 0196
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
Environment and reflexes
Geodetic path, postulate of
Levels geodetic path
Memory and cortex
Memory localisation of
Schizophrenia
Stimulus "simple" stimulus
Impulse, nervous timing of
Nirvanophilia and reciprocal innervation
Synapse multiple synapse
0207 0208
Chronaxy
Inhibition
Stimulus
Basic pattern
Dream
Environment and impulse pattern
Essential light of retina
Impulse pattern
Memory and chronaxy pattern
Pattern (in general) and memory
Vision in dreams
0209 0210
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
Conscious mind as level
Dominance and patches
Unconscious, the as level
Complex (Freudian) serial activation
Excitation
Inhibition
Stimulus in psychoanalysis
0213 0214

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1931
Chronaxy and summation
Cortex, visual "weight" of stimuli
Cortex, visual and sleep
Inhibition and sleep
Retina essential light of retina
Stimulus "weight" of visual stimulus
Vision "weight" of
Differentiation
Impulse, nervous effect on synapse
Neuron and reflex
Nirvanophilia
Reflex in melacholia
Stimulus essential property of
Synapse as valve
Valve synapse as
0219 0220
Nirvanophilia
Behaviour same as reflex
Localisation
Nirvanophilia and serial distribution
Reflex higher reflex
Stimulus
0225 0226
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
Fatigue and synapse
Stimulus and synapse
Threshold of synapse
Chronaxy and learning
0233 0234
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
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
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
Impulse, nervous Nature of
Neuron and passive [ion]
Stimulus Nernst's law
Chronaxy and calcium
Stimulus essential property of
0275 0276
Axon and action current
Coordination by speed of electric current
Coordination of muscle rhythm
Cortex, motor and muscle rhythm
Neuron and muscle rhythm
Stimulus essential property of
Synapse Rate of crossing
Impulse, nervous spreading of
Sensation and Müller's law
Space-time and clairvoyance
Vision cryptoscopic vision
0277 0278
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
Affect and inhibition
Brain dominance of
Dominance
Environment
Equilibrium
Inhibition and emotion
Learning
Neuron essentila function
Nirvanophilia
Receptors and gradients
Stimulus
Ants
Genes
Heredity and function rules
Schizophrenia
0283 0284
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
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
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
Sensation group structure of
Stimulus group structure of
0373 0374
Observable equals relation
Stimulus essential property of
0393 0394
Stimulus effect of
0399 0400
Organisation Jennings on
Resolution of physiological states Jennings
Stimulus essential property of
0407 0408

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1932
Excitation two types
Impulse pattern in vision
Inhibition
Inhibition of pattern
Vision binocular
Stimulus essential property of
0415 0416

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1937
Memory and reactions
Reflex, conditioned
Space-time of memory
Stimulus and memory
0473 0474

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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
Impulse pattern "density" of
Stimulus nature of constant stimulus
Cortex, removal of nest making after
Gestalt stimulus in
Mathematics of organisation
Stimulus must be Gestalt
0787 0788
Fatigue and habituation
Stimulus essential property of
Reflex, conditioned not formed
0799 0800
Equilibrium and "stimulus"
Gestalt
Stimulus essential property of
0805 0806
Stimulus pattern and equilibrium
Death as an equilibrium
0819 0820
Stimulus never zero
0825 0826
Stimulus essential property of
0841 0842
Inhibition and organisation
Organisation parameters of
Parameter of organisation
Stimulus group structure of
Nirvanophilia is wrong
0851 0852

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1941
Operator for reflex
Organisation machine = substitution operator
Reflex as operator
Stimulus group structure of
Substitution (mathematical) for reflex
0913 0914
Isomorphism exact definition
Stimulus pattern and equilibrium
Environment as parameter
Organisation and its environment
0933 0934
Stimulus probability distribution of
Summary: If initial conditions are unknown we must replace them with probability.
Problems mine
Statistical mechanics
0973 0974

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1947
Meanings of words in my form stimulus, compound stimulus
Stimulus nature of
2214 2215
Summary: Some elementary observations on the organism-environment relation.
Summary: A stimulus is many stimuli.
Stimulus mutiplicity
2238 2239

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1948
Summary: Exposition.
Stimulus compound
2547 2548

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1949
Summary: A slight tendency within the nervous system can easily be magnified to a maximal change in the effectors.
Arc algebra for arcs
Stimulus algebra of compound stimulus
Stimulus compound
2701 2702

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1950
Summary: A stimulus contains, in addition to its obvious content, derived and integrated components. (Not so much the stimulus contains them as that it will affect the nervous system as if it did) This is the principle: the 'stimulus' contains everything the nervous system can transform it into. Futile, therefore, is it to worry much about the exact details of the presentation. (Continued 2878)
Stimulus nature of
Summary: A process, in natural selection, that cannot reach a steady state but moves like the Flying Dutchman.
Natural Selection [32]: Predators tend to diverge from the usual appearance. This process has no resting state 2862.
2861 2862
Reflex reflex behaviour, meaning of
Summary: Comments on the books. Examples of part-functions.
Stimulus nature of
2895 2896

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1951
Part-function that 'locks'
Resting state of a part
Stimulus effect on multistable systems
Summary: On the chance that a disturbance should alter the resting state of some part. (3272)
DAMS (Dispersive and Multistable System) [70]: Effect of surrounding variables on resistance of a part to a stimulus that would force it to another resting state. 3146. (Theory of DAMS.)
3145 3146
Summary: Modifying a stable field.
Stimulus measuring its size
3351 3352
Resting state shift when one variable is shifted
Stimulus reaction is proportional to size of
Summary: For a small disturbance, the effects everywhere tend to be proportional to the size of the disturbance.
3497 3498
Summary: Neurofibrils exist.
Instinct Tinbergen on
Signal in instinct
Cause meaning of
Hawk as stimulus
Stimulus usually transformed
Transformation of stimuli
3539 3540
Stimulus dying out
3639 3640

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1952
Summary: The number of resting states that a machine can display to an observer depends on the information that the observer can get into the machine. (Next page)
Stimulus information in
Information in primary operation
Primary operation information admitted
3657 3658

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1953
Summary: 'Equilibrium' refers to a state, 'stability' to the region around the state.
Basin
Traffic principle nature
Summary: Properties of metric-less system. 4623
Continuity as constraint
Information in stimulus
Stimulus information in
4596 4597
Mapping stimulus as
Operator stimulus as
Stimulus as application
Summary: Repetition of a well-defined stimulus simply creates a new, compound, operator, that has stable sets with new, interesting, properties. 4630, 4632
4628 4629
Mapping product mapping
Operator product operator
Stimulus compound
Summary: Stable sets of a product application. 4762
4630 4631

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1955
Impulse as "starter"
Stimulus as "starter"
History laws of
Laws of nature in history
5140 5141

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1967
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

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