P A Black-Cleworth

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1. Unit activity and excitability were studied at the midlateral and suprasylvian cortex of naive, blink-conditioned and "randomization" cats. The latter received the same CS and US as did the conditioned animals, but in random temporal order and with random intertrial intervals with mean comparable to that used for conditioning. The randomization group(More)
in excitability of cortical neurons as a function of motor projection in conditioned cats. 1104 Habituation of a monosynaptic response in vertebrate central nervous system: lateral column-motoneuron pathway in isolated frog spinal cord. 1117 Role of centrifugal pathways to cochlear nucleus in detection of signals in noise. J. 0. 1131 Responses of neurons in(More)
Cats acquired a conditioned eyeblink (CR) in a situation where the conditioned stimulus (CS) was a click and the unconditioned stimulus (US) was unilateral electrical stimulation of the zygomatic orbital branch of the facial nerve, which is a motor nerve. In a discrimitive training program, cats received both a click paired with a nerve stimulation and an(More)
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