Neural coding information sought

Alvin M. Revzin amrevzin at icnet.net
Mon Dec 11 13:59:33 EST 1995


In article <4a79rv$gh6 at eis.wfunet.wfu.edu>, laubach at biogfx.neuro.wfu.edu wrote:

> kevin at gaba.neurology.wisc.edu (Kevin Hellman) wrote:
> 
> >There seems to be a big debate in brain theory about temporal coding vs.
> >frequency coding, etc.  It would appear that there are characteristics
> >that are in common all over the brain, but the method of information
processing
> >varies at least slightly from one region to another.  Perhaps what is most
> >interesting in the information processing that is secondary to direct
> >stimulus input-- e.g. cortical activity and not just sensory activation.
> 
Yes, Individual neurones within a nucleus may differ in their 
Input/Output coding. Just to make things more interesting, individual
neurones may alter their I/O coding as stimulus activation paradigms are
shifted. 

A. M. Revzin
OUHSC Pharmacology (Retired)
amrevzin at icnet.net

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A. M. Revzin PhD 
OUHSC-Pharmacology



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