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Cerebral mechanisms in behavior

Lloyd A. Jeffress

Cerebral mechanisms in behavior

the Hixon symposium.

by Lloyd A. Jeffress

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychophysiology

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe Hixon symposium.
    ContributionsCalifornia Institute of Technology. Hixon Fund.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBF181 .J4
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 311 p.
    Number of Pages311
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6110261M
    LC Control Number52006319
    OCLC/WorldCa23073894

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This resource includes basic brain facts that can help teachers assist students in behaving, information on how the brain's processes impact behavior, and tips on deterring inappropriate behaviour. The remaining chapters emphasize cerebral mechanisms, which principal concern is with the involvement of other bodily mechanisms in thought.

Psychophysiologists, neurobiologists, behaviorists, and researchers in the fields of thinking and covert processes will find this book invaluable. Ostow, M. Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior. The Hixon Symposium: Edited by Lloyd A. Jeffress. New York: John Wiley and Sons, pp.

Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior: The Hixon Symposium Hardcover – 1 Jan. by Lloyd A. Jeffress (Author)Author: Lloyd A. Jeffress. This book is the report of a symposium held at the California Institute of Technology in September, The topic of the symposium was "Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior.".

To discuss it a group was brought to the Institute for the week of September 20 to September 25 under the auspices of the Hixon Fund Committee. With respect to the issue of localization of function, it would seem clear that those cerebral areas clearly involved in the im­ mediate processing of raw sensory information can be selectively and specifically isolated and disconnected.

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The Problem of Serial Order in Behavior K. LASHLEY Harvard University and the Yerkes Laboratories of Primate Biology The previous speakers have approached our common problem by considering the properties of the elementary units of which we believe the cerebral structure to be built up.

They have considered the kindsFile Size: 5MB. Lashley, K. The problem of serial order in behavior. In: Jeffress, L. (ed.). Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior, pp. –New York: Wiley, The general and logical theory of automata, by J.

von NeumannWhy the mind is in the head, by W.S. McCullochThe problem of serial order in behavior, by K.S. LashleyFunctional differences between the occipital and temporal lobes with special reference to the interrelations of behavior and extracerebral mechanisms, by H. Klüver. Cerebral mechanisms in behavior.

Lloyd A Jeffress; California Institute of Technology. Report of a symposium held at the California Institute of Technology in septemberunder the auspices of the Hixon Fund Committee.

The symposium from the viewpoint of a. A major challenge to text comprehension comes from the widespread lexical ambiguities present in language. Many, if not most, words have multiple associations (e.g., apple is associated with picking fruit from a tree or baking a pie); many words are ambiguous in that they have multiple distinct meanings (e.g., watch can be a verb associated with looking at something or a noun for a timepiece Cited by: Cerebral Blood Flow: Quantifying Consciousness Although the heart may be the source of energy needed to generate blood flow,and other organs absolutely essential for normal living,the brain is the reason we are alive.

The collected book chapters are aimed at addressing this most fundamental organ.Von Neumann, J. () The General and Logical Theory of Automata. In: Jeffress, L.A., Ed., Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior: The Hixon Symposium, John Wiley & Sons, New York, has been cited by the following article: TITLE: Semi-Harmonic Scaling Enables Calculation of Masses of Elementary Particles of the Standard Model.