Holographic principle of systemic behaviour organization: the development of I.P. Pavlov's notions of the nucleus and analysers diffused elementsJournal: I.P. Pavlov Russian Medical Biological Herald (Vol.1, No. 12)
Publication Date: 1999-03-10
The holographic principle of systemic behaviour organization based on the experimental findings is formulated in the given article. By the analogy with physical hologram the dominating motivation is consided to be the basic one and the reinforcement is regarded to be a subject wave. The interaction of motivated and fixed excitations shown in different brain areas in neurons which are the acceptors of the results of action is dealt with in this article. As a result of generalized motivated excitation diffusion in the brain structures the elimination of the part of the cortex or subcortex structures doesn't significantly affect the animal behaviour as well as the acquired reflexes. The data mentioned above explains I.P.Pavlov's notions of the nucleus and analysers diffused elements and K.Leshly's idea of the cortex equipotential from the new point of view.
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