Resonating Fields in the Brain and the Hyperneuron
Classical theory proposes that learned responses, from which it is largely derived, are mediated by activity in discrete circuits linked by experience. These circuits are essentially labelled lines reserved for the mediation of those experiences, although they may be in profuse parallel. This is essentially a computer analogy, with pieces of information residing in places.
KeywordsConditioned Stimulus Evoke Poten Medial Forebrain Bundle Conditioned Avoidance Response Mammilary Body
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