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The emotional brain.
- J. Eccles
- Psychology, Medicine
- Bulletin et memoires de l'Academie royale de…
A wide variety of affects (the agreeable and the disagreeable subjective experiences) are distinguished from their expression in emotions.
The Physiology of Synapses
- J. Eccles
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg
I. The development of ideas on the synapse.- II. Structural features of chemically transmitting synapses.- III. Physiological properties of chemically transmitting synapses in the resting state.- IV.… Expand
Cholinergic and inhibitory synapses in a pathway from motor‐axon collaterals to motoneurones
The excitatory synaptic action of climbing fibres on the Purkinje cells of the cerebellum
1. A single climbing fibre makes an extraordinarily extensive synaptic contact with the dendrites of a Purkinje cell. Investigation of this synaptic mechanism in the cerebellum of the cat has been… Expand
The convergence of monosynaptic excitatory afferents on to many different species of alpha motoneurones
Pharmacological studies on presynaptic inhibition
There is now a wealth of experimental evidence showing that in the spinal cord inhibition is brought about by two quite distinct synaptic mechanisms (Frank & Fuortes, 1957; Eccles, 1961a, b, 1962b;… Expand
Synaptic actions on motoneurones caused by impulses in Golgi tendon organ afferents
Central inhibitory action attributable to presynaptic depolarization produced by muscle afferent volleys
Frank & Fuortes (1957) and Frank (1959 and personal communication) have shown that muscle afferent volleys produce inhibition by diminishing the size of the monosynaptic excitatory post-synaptic… Expand
The specific ionic conductances and the ionic movements across the motoneuronal membrane that produce the inhibitory post‐synaptic potential
The interpretation of spike potentials of motoneurones