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A Theory of CNS Function

G K GRAY gord at homostudy.win-uk.net
Thu Jul 18 17:18:01 EST 1996

In article <-1807962304200001 at centris.pharm.pitt.edu>, @ (@) writes:
>In article <31EEF0BD.47BA at postoffice.worldnet.att.net>, kenneth paul
>collins <KPCollins at postoffice.worldnet.att.net> wrote:
>> Is there anyone here in b.n who is interested in discussing a theory of 
>> CNS function, cognition, affect and behavior that I've developed over 
>> the course of the past 25 years?
>> Among other things, the theory describes concrete biological mechanisms 
>> for the phenomena of creativity, curiosity, volition, and stuff like 
>> prejudice and the vicious cycle of Child abuse. ken collins
>Hi Ken,
>I'm interested.  It sounds to me like you might be describing Sociobiology
>- or do you include neuronal pathways/networks in your theory?
>Matthew O. Fraser
>Department of Pharmacology
>School of Medicine
>University of Pittsburgh
>Pittsburgh, PA  15261
>mof at prophet.pharm.pitt.edu

Hello Ken, I too am interested, especially if it includes basics of
alteration of consciousness to form specific images/imagination.

Cheers! Gord

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