Brain and Behavior Insitute, 2003
Session 12
Learning From the Input Side of the Box


motor symphony, central pattern generation, distributed (no conductor), genetics/experience, corollary discharge, effects on input, expectation, choice, purpose/conflicting purposes, neocortex as inhibitor and creator of novel patterns ...
I-function less good than unconscious at many tasks involving uncertainty, multiple variables; better at new tasks, and at "alerting" when things don't go "right"

Go on to input side

What PARTICULAR aspect of our discussions of the motor and sensory sides of the nervous system seem MOST useful for your classroom, for your teaching in general? Write some thoughts/questions in the institute forum area.

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