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In 1949 Donald Hebb published The Organization of Behavior, in which he introduced several hypotheses about the neural substrate of learning and memory , including the Hebb learning rule, or Hebb synapse. We now have solid physiological evidence, verified in several laboratories, that long-term potenti-ation (LTP) in some parts of the mammalian hippocampus(More)
Testing a sequence of pre-ordered hypotheses to decide which of these can be rejected or accepted while controlling the familywise error rate (FWER) is of importance in many scientific studies such as clinical trials. In this paper, we first introduce a generalized fixed sequence procedure whose critical values are defined by using a function of the numbers(More)
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