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A controlled study of the EEG during transcendental meditation: comparison with hypnosis.
A controlled, quantitative investigation of the electroencephalogram (EEG) and transcendental meditation (TM) revealed that EEG changes during TM were rarely as pronounced or consistent as previousExpand
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The inhibitory action of monoamines on lateral geniculate neurones
1. L‐Noradrenaline (NA), dopamine, 5‐hydroxytryptamine (5‐HT) and lysergide were administered iontophoretically to neurones in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus of the cat and the responses toExpand
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Reflex response changes of the toad spinal cord to variations in temperature and pH.
1. 1. Effects of temperature and pH were assessed on the isolated spinal cord of Bufo marinus. 2. 2. Decreased temperatures caused a synchronization and augmentation of the early phase of theExpand
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Actions of amino acids and convulsants on bulbar reticular neurones
SummaryA study has been made of the actions of microelectrophoretically administered amino acids and convulsants on spontaneous and glutamate- (or DLH-) induced firing of bulbar reticular neurones inExpand
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A re-evaluation of the mode of action of 5-hydroxytryptamine on lateral geniculate neurones: Comparison with catecholamines and LSD
SummaryA reinvestigation was made of the effects of microelectrophoretically administered 5-HT, NA, DA and related compounds on LGN neurones in unanaesthetized (decerebrate) andExpand
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The pharmacology of acetylcholine-excitation of thalamic neurones.
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Strychnine-sensitive inhibition in the medullary reticular formation: evidence for glycine as an inhibitory transmitter.
Abstract Strong evidence was obtained that glycine is an inhibitory transmitter in the medullary reticular formation. Glycine was a more effective depressant than GABA of all the reticular neuronesExpand
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Histamine and some antihistamines: their actions on cerebral cortical neurones.
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The use of convulsants in studying possible functions of amino acids in the toad spinal cord.
Abstract 1. 1. Amino acids and convulsants were applied topically to the toad spinal cord. 2. 2. l -Glutamic acid produced depolarizations in dorsal and ventral roots. 3. 3. GABA producedExpand
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