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1. We reexamine the possibilities for analyzing and interpreting the time course of correlation in spike trains simultaneously and separably recorded from two neurons. 2. We develop procedures to quantify and properly normalize the classical joint peristimulus time scatter diagram. These allow separation of the "raw" correlation into components caused by(More)
Phenelzine (PLZ) is a non-selective monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitor commonly used to treat depression and panic disorder. In addition to increasing levels of biogenic amines in the brain, PLZ elevates brain levels of the amino acid gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA; Baker et al. 1991; present study). Given the extensive evidence implicating biogenic amines(More)
Stochastic models of some aspects of the electrical activity in the nervous system at the cellular level are developed. In particular, models of the subthreshold behavior of the membrane potential of neurons ar~ consid~r~d alon& ~ith the problem of parameter estimation of physiologically meaningful parameters of the developed models. Both ordinary and(More)
Phenelzine (PLZ) is a non-selective monoamine oxidase (MAO) inhibitor commonly used to treat depression and panic disorder. Acute administration of PLZ produces several neurochemical changes, including an increase in brain levels of the catecholamines norepinephrine (NE) and dopamine (DA), of 5-hydroxytryptamine (5-HT), and of the amino acids alanine and(More)
SUMMARY Sample size considerations for small and large sample designs of 2x2 comparative studies are reviewed. A test developed by Boschloo (1970) is recommended for small sample studies. This test is a simple modification of Fisher's unconditional test (FU) which is less conservative and hence more powerful than the FU test. New sample size tables for(More)
Series representations are derived for bandlimited generalized functions and generalized stochastic processes. This work extends existing results concerning sampling representations of bandlimited functions and stochastic processes. The merit of such representations lies in the fact that a function (or process) may be exactly reconstructed using only a(More)