William Grey Walter

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1. Stimuli in any modality evoke responses over wide regions of frontal non-specific human cortex. 2. When identical stimuli are monotonously repeated these responses diminish irregularly and finally disappear. 3. When stimuli are presented frequently in association, the responses to the first or conditional stimuli are amplified while those to the second(More)
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