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*  Choristoneura fumiferana
Delisle, Johanne; Simard, Jocelyne (2002-02-01). "Factors involved in the post-copulatory neural inhibition of pheromone ...
*  Eduard Friedrich Wilhelm Pflüger
Experimentalbeitrag zur Theorie der Hemmungsnerven (Experimental contribution to the theory of neural inhibition) In: Archiv ...
*  Lateral inhibition
The concept of neural inhibition (in motor systems) was well known to Descartes and his contemporaries. Sensory inhibition in ... However, the role that lateral inhibition plays in auditory sensation is unclear. Some scientists found that lateral inhibition ... "lateral inhibition across abstract dimensions." This refers to lateral inhibition between neurons that are not adjacent in a ... including lateral inhibition, within different species. In 1956, Hartline revisited this concept of lateral inhibition in ...
*  Summation (neurophysiology)
He first introduced the possible role of evolution and neural inhibition with his suggestion that "higher centers of the brain ... Modern studies of neural summation focus on the attenuation of postsynaptic potentials on the dendrites and the cell body of a ... Shunting inhibition is exhibited in the work of Michael Ariel and Naoki Ago, who experimented with whole cell recording on the ... Sometimes this can be due to a phenomenon caused by inhibition called shunting, which is the decreased conductance of ...
*  Semantic satiation
Duncan, C.P. (1956). "On the similarity between reactive inhibition and neural satiation". American Journal of Psychology. 69 ( ... This is known to cause reactive inhibition, hence a reduction in the intensity of the activity with each repetition. Jakobovits ... The explanation for the phenomenon is that, in the cortex, verbal repetition repeatedly arouses a specific neural pattern that ... Eysenck, H.J. (1955). "Cortical inhibition, figural after-effect, and theory of personality". Journal of Abnormal and Social ...
*  Continuous spatial automaton
Dynamics of pattern formation in lateral inhibition type neural fields. Biological Cybernetics, 27:77-87, 1977. http://www. ... Another important example is neural fields, continuum limit neural networks where average firing rates evolve based on integro- ... scholarpedia.org/article/Neural_fields G B Ermentrout and J D Cowan. A mathematical theory of visual hallucination patterns. ...
*  Efference copy
Von Holst and Mittelstaedt interpreted their findings as evidence that corollary discharge (i.e. neural inhibition with active ... doi:10.1016/S0950-5601(54)80044-X. Sperry, R. W. (1950). "Neural basis of the spontaneous optokinetic response produced by ... Bell, CC; Grant K (1 March 1989). "Corollary discharge inhibition and preservation of temporal information in a sensory nucleus ... Arbib, Michael A. (1989). The Metaphorical Brain 2: Neural Networks and Beyond (2nd ed.). New York: Wiley. ISBN 978-0471098539 ...
*  Buprenorphine
... cognitive and neural inhibition, perspiration, itchiness, dry mouth, shrinking of the pupils of the eyes (miosis), orthostatic ... Leffler A, Frank G, Kistner K, Niedermirtl F, Koppert W, Reeh PW, Nau C (2012). "Local anesthetic-like inhibition of voltage- ...
*  Midazolam
... resulting in neural inhibition. Almost all of the properties can be explained by the actions of benzodiazepines on GABAA ...
*  Executive functions
Aron, AR (June 2007). "The neural basis of inhibition in cognitive control". Neuroscientist. 13 (3): 214-28. doi:10.1177/ ... Core EFs are inhibition [response inhibition (self-control-resisting temptations and resisting acting impulsively) and ... memory inhibition, and response inhibition. Miyake and Friedman's theory of executive functions proposes that there are three ... Second, inhibition is one's capacity to supersede responses that are prepotent in a given situation. Third, shifting is one's ...
*  Adhesion G protein-coupled receptor
One adhesion GPCR, GPR56, has a known ligand, Collagen III, which is involved in neural migration inhibition. GPR56 has been ... Schwann cells arise from the neural crest, which migrates to peripheral nerves to form either myelinating or non-myelinating ...
*  Inhibition of return
"Inhibition of return: Neural basis and function". Cognitive neuropsychology. 2: 211-228. Sapir, A; Soroker, N; Berger, A; Henik ... Posner and Cohen proposed three explanations for inhibition: inhibition results from having two alternative positions, ... inhibition could result from moving attention away from a cued stimulus back to the fixation point, and inhibition may occur ... One form of cue that can be implemented in an inhibition of return task are exogenous cues. Exogenous cues are stimuli that are ...
*  Channelrhodopsin
"Fast noninvasive activation and inhibition of neural and network activity by vertebrate rhodopsin and green algae ... Xu Z, Ziye X, Craig H, Silvia F (Dec 2013). "Spike-based indirect training of a spiking neural network-controlled virtual ... These tools can be used to silence neurons in cell culture and in live animals by shunting inhibition. Motility and ... Berndt A, Yizhar O, Gunaydin LA, Hegemann P, Deisseroth K (February 2009). "Bi-stable neural state switches". Nat. Neurosci. 12 ...
*  Genes, Brain and Behavior
... increased ratio of excitation/inhibition in key neural systems". Genes, Brain and Behavior. 2 (5): 255-67. doi:10.1034/j.1601- ... neural, and psychiatric genetics. It is published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Behavioural and Neural ... Genes, Brain and Behavior is published by Wiley-Blackwell on behalf of the International Behavioural and Neural Genetics ...
*  Reciprocal inhibition
This neural phenomenon is called reciprocal inhibition." Taken from Massage Therapy Principles & Practices by Susan Salvo 1999 ... Reciprocal inhibition describes the process of muscles on one side of a joint relaxing to accommodate contraction on the other ... This inhibition is accomplished by the actions of an inhibitory interneuron in the spinal cord. The afferent of the muscle ... Reciprocal inhibition facilitates ease of movement and is a safeguard against injury. However, if a "misfiring" of motor ...
*  Computational neuroscience
ISBN 0-262-55060-1. Machens CK, Romo R, Brody CD (2005). "Flexible control of mutual inhibition: a neural model of two-interval ... Computation in Neural Systems Biological Cybernetics Journal of Computational Neuroscience Neural Computation Neural Networks ... simulation Computational anatomy Connectionism Medical image computing Mind uploading Neural coding Neural engineering Neural ... such as neural modeling, brain theory and neural networks. The proceedings of this definitional meeting were published in 1990 ...
*  Christopher Chambers
C.D. Chambers; H. Garavan; M.A. Bellgrove (2009). "Insights into the neural basis of response inhibition from cognitive and ...
*  T-0156
"Stimulation of Neural Stem Cell Proliferation by Inhibition of Phosphodiesterase 5". Stem Cells International. 2014: 878397. ...
*  Stochastic resonance (sensory neurobiology)
Gutkin, BS; Jost, J; Tuckwell, HC (September 2009). "Inhibition of rhythmic neural spiking by noise: the occurrence of a ... Two separate measurements were used to estimate the signal-to-noise ratio of the neural response. The first was based on the ... The encoding of the pressure stimulus in the neural signal was measured by the coherence of the stimulus and response. The ... Levin JE, Miller JP (March 1996). "Broadband neural encoding in the cricket cercal sensory system enhanced by stochastic ...
*  Grid illusion
The effect of both optical illusions is often explained by a neural process called lateral inhibition. The intensity at a point ... Lateral inhibition theory would predict that decreasing the size of the grid (and therefore decreasing the amount of inhibition ... Lateral inhibition theory also can not account for the fact that the Hermann grid illusion is perceived over a range of bar ... Spatial summation Cornsweet illusion Lateral inhibition Mach bands Hermann L (1870). "Eine Erscheinung simultanen Contrastes". ...
*  Dual process theory
... the neural impact of cognitive inhibition training". Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. 12 (5): 721-728. doi:10.1162/ ... They examined the neural correlates on the inferior frontal cortex (IFC) activity in belief-bias reasoning using near-infrared ... Tsujii, T.; Watanabe, S. (2009). "Neural correlates of dual-task effect on belief-bias syllogistic reasoning: a near-infrared ... Automatic and controlled processes (ACP) Cognitive inhibition Dual process model of coping Dual process theory (moral ...
*  Andrew Lumsden (scientist)
"Segmental specification of GABAergic inhibition during development of hindbrain neural networks". Nature Neuroscience. 2 (10): ... Andrew Lumsden talking about Neural Development journal on YouTube "Development - The Company of Biologists". "Neural ... Lumsden A, Sprawson N, Graham A (December 1991). "Segmental origin and migration of neural crest cells in the hindbrain region ... Lumsden A (March 1989). "Multipotent cells in the avian neural crest". Trends Neurosci. 12 (3): 81-3. doi:10.1016/0166-2236(89) ...
*  Optogenetics
"Fast noninvasive activation and inhibition of neural and network activity by vertebrate rhodopsin and green algae ... "A wirelessly powered and controlled device for optical neural control of freely-behaving animals". Journal of Neural ... Cameleon was subsequently used to record neural activity in flies and zebrafish. In mammals, the first GECI to be used in vivo ... One such example of a neural circuit is the connection made from the basolateral amygdala to the dorsal-medial prefrontal ...
*  Frog hearing and communication
The underlying neural mechanisms are fast neural oscillations, and synaptic inhibition to cancel out noise. The timing and ... The neural basis of communication and audition gives insights into the science of sound applied to human communication. Frogs ... The neural circuity of females of different species varies. Like the males, females can distinguish the minute differences ... It is now considered an important example of the neural basis of animal behavior, because of the simplicity of the sounds, the ...
*  Nociception
... which begins the suppression of pain via neural and hormonal inhibition. Lamina 1 receive input from thermoreceptors via the ...