Brain and Behavior Insitute, 2005
Session 12
From Bricks to Architecture: The Input side of the Box


motor symphony, central pattern generation, distributed (no conductor), genetics/experience, multiple interconnected boxes, 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

Key points:

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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