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Conditioned reflexes; an investigation of the physiological activity of the cerebral cortex.

Autor Ivan Petrovich Pavlov; G V Anrep
Vydavatel: [London] Oxford Univ. Press, 1927.
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Doplňující formát: Online version:
Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich, 1849-1936.
Conditioned reflexes.
[London] Oxford University Press: Humphrey Milford, 1927
(OCoLC)598910407
Typ dokumentu: Book
Všichni autoři/tvůrci: Ivan Petrovich Pavlov; G V Anrep
OCLC číslo: 14748665
Poznámky: Translation of Lektsii o rabote bol'shikh polushariĭ golovnogo mozga.
Popis: xv, 430 p. ill.
Obsahy: I. The development of the objective method in investigating the physiological activities of the cerebral hemispheres ; Concept of reflex ; Variety of reflexes ; Signal-reflexes: the most fundamental physiological characteristic of the hemispheres --
II. Technical methods employed in the objective investigation of the functions of the cerebral hemispheres ; Response to signals as reflex action ; Unconditioned and conditioned reflexes ; Necessary conditions for the development of conditioned reflexes --
III. The formation of conditioned reflexes by means of conditioned and direct stimuli : Agencies which can be used as conditioned stimuli ; Inhibition of conditioned reflexes: external inhibition --
IV. Internal inhibition of conditioned reflexes: extinction --
V. Internal inhibition (continued: conditioned inhibition VI. Internal inhibition (continued): delay --
VII. The analyzing and synthesizing activity of the cerebral hemispheres: the initial generalization of conditioned stimuli ; differential inhibition --
VIII. The analyzing and synthesizing activity of the cerebral hemispheres (continued) ; examples of the analysis of stimuli ; synthesis and analysis of compound simultaneous stimuli: synthesis and analysis of compound successive stimuli --
IX. The irradiation and concentration of nervous processes in the cerebral cortex ; The irradiation and concentration of inhibition within a single analyser [analyzer] --
X. Irradiation and concentration of nervous processes in the cerebral hemispheres (continued) ; Irradiation and concentration of inhibition over the entire cortex ; Irradiation and concentration of excitations XI. Mutual induction of excitation and inhibition ; Positive induction ; Negative induction --
XII. Interaction of irradiation and concentration with induction --
XIII. The cortex as a mosaic of functions ; Examples of the mosaic character of the cortex and the more obvious ways in which this character is acquired ; Variability of the physiological properties of different points of the cortex in some instances: stability in others ; The cortex as a united complex dynamic system --
XIV. The development of inhibition in the cortex under the influence of conditioned stimuli --
XV. Internal inhibition and sleep as one and the same process with regard to their intimate mechanism XVI. Transition stages between the alert state and complete sleep: hypnotic stages --
XVII. The different types of nervous system ; Pathological disturbances of the cortex result of functional interference --
XVIII. Pathological disturbances of the cortex: result of functional interference (continued) --
XIX. Pathological disturbances of the cortex: result of surgical interference: general disturbances of the cortical activity ; disturbances of the acoustic analyser [analyzer] --
XX. Pathological disturbances of the cortex result of surgical interference (continued): in the visual analyser ; In the tactile cutaneous analyser [analyzer] ; Occurring after extirpation of the frontal lobes ; In the thermal cutaneous analyser [analyzer] ; Arising after extirpation of the gyrus pyriformis ; In the motor analyser [analyzer] XXI. Pathological disturbances of the cortex result of surgical interference (continued): attempt to correlate the general postoperative behavior of the animals with the disturbances in the activity of individual analysers [analyzers] --
XXII. The general characteristics of the present investigation and its special difficulties ; Discovery of certain errors necessitating the modification of some earlier interpretations --
XXIII. The experimental results obtained with animals in their application to man.
Odpovědnost: Tr. and ed. by G. V. Anrep.

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