Conditioning of Single Unit Activity by Intracerebral Stimulation
With the development of microtechnique, many papers were published on the neuronal mechanisms of temporary connections: Buchwald et al., 1965; Bureš and Burešová, 1965; Jasper et al., 1960; Hori and Yoshii, 1965; Kamikawa et al., 1964; Morrell, 1960; Olds, 1965; Yoshii and Ogura, 1960. Inali of these experiments, the applied conditioning procedure was usually to present two stimuli in combination to the peripheral sensory receptors, though some experimenters tried to present one of the two stimuli to the central nervous system directly.
KeywordsHydrochloride Ditioned Stim Procaine Thionin
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