Structure and Function of the Limbic System by W. Ross & Tokizane, TOshihiko Eds Adey

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We felt that other mechanisms may exist there which would be reflected in the EEG and perhaps also in the animal’s behavior. If our thinking in these matters was consistent with the many correlating observations of others, the effects of stimulation here should tend to synchronize the electrical activity of the cerebral cortex and perhaps also produce behavioral suppression. METHODS A N D R E S U L T S I. Acute stimulation and recording experiments The first series of electrophysiological experiments were performed in the brains of acutely prepared adult cats.

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