Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior the Hixon Symposium

By Lloyd A. Jeffress; California Institute of Technology Hixon Fund | Go to book overview

Subject Index
A factor, see Intelligence
Abbott Memorial Fund, 147
Abstraction, 40
Acetylcholine, 167
Acoustic nucleus, 234
Adrenergic neurons, 75
After-effects, figural, 200 ff. subcortical, 234
After potentials, 222(footnote)
Agnosia, 141, 182, 183, 255
for animate objects, 187, 188, 190
for inanimate objects, 185
Agrammatism, 113
Agraphia, 255
All or none principle, 4, 9, 10, 46
Alpha rhythm, 51, 87, 94, 100, 101, 209, 235
and hysterical blindness, 104
and myelinization, 278-279
as scanning, 51
blocking of, 87-89, 94, 95, 144, 227
driving of, 95, 255, 268
in children, 97
in infants, 278
American Philosophical Society, 213
Amino acids, 92
Amnesia, 64
Amplifier, direct-current, 213
Amputation, effect of, on stepping order, 123-124
Amygdala, 143, 164
Analogy (analogue) devices, 5, 6, 43
electrical vs. mechanical, 7
Anatomic variability, 70
Anoxia, 256, 280
Ansa lenticularis, 143
Antigens, 92
Aphasia, 113, 120, 121, 145
Aphemia, 120
Appetitive circuits, 49
Apraxia, 255
Area, cortical, see Cortex, cerebral, areas of
Arnold's bundle, 163
Asphyxia, spinal, 280
Associationism, 53, 141
Associative chain theories, 113
Atomism, 65
Auditory cortex, see Cortex, areas of Automata, comparison with living systems, 2, 9, 12
logic of, 1, 17
possibility of analytical theory of, 16- 19
Axial system, 14
Axiomatic method, 2
Baillarger, strip of, 51
Basal ganglia, 143
Behavior, cerebral aspects of, 108
changes in, following lobectomy, 151 ff.
embryological development of, 73
irrational elements in, 107, 263
molar, molecular, and neuronal aspects of, 108
Behaviorism, 117
Berger rhythm, see Alpha rhythm
Bewustseinslage, 117
Binary system, 4
Black box, 2, 6, 11, 22, 26
Blindness, hysterical, 104
Blind spots, see Scotomata
Blocking of alpha rhythm, see Alpha
rhythm
Blood sugar, stimulus equivalence for, 194
Blueprints, 109, 110
Boltzmann's thermodynamics, 17
Boolian algebra, 106
Bowing, violin, 127
Brain, early history of the concept, 245
Brain potentials, magnitude of, 237
Brightness and flicker frequency, 98
Broca's aphemia, 120

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