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Anatomically the amygdala is part of the limbic system. It receives input from all sensory modalities and from interpretive cortex and it sends impulses to basic subcortical structures such as the hypothalamus and reticular formation. The evidence shows that the amygdala is very important in the...
The questionable effectiveness of traditional psychodynamic psychotherapies and the development of brief new treatment techniques derived from modern learning theory have stimulated interest in applications of conditioning procedures to behavior disorders. A review of this literature revealed...
The yoked control design has been employed to determine whether the effect of an event on a response is related to the temporal relationship be-between the event and that response. A number of specific examples of this design are discussed, and the conclusion is reached that the results are...
Literature on the relationship of EEG to test intelligence scores is reviewed. Evidence for the relationship between these 2 variables seems strongest for samples of children, institutionalized geriatric patients, mental deficients, and brain-injured persons; and weakest for samples of normal...
3 current theories of slant perception are described. It is shown that the Gestaltist and Helmholtzian theories of slant perception depend on the shape-slant invariant and concomitantly on the familiarity of the presented shapes composing the surface (Helmholtzian) or on the goodness of the...
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