By Zhang Gin-ru (auth.), John S. Barlow (eds.)
The nice majority of papers on mind study which were released in Mainland China in recent times have seemed within the chinese (only a small fraction of the paintings has seemed in English within the magazine Scientia Sinica), and accordingly they've got remained inacces sible to different staff, on the grounds that there were no translation courses of courses during this box in chinese language of the categories that experience existed, for instance, for Russian-language fabrics. hence, so much investigators aren't conscious of the paintings in their chinese language colleagues during this box. but the sector has been an energetic if small one in China, and has lined quite a few themes that come with electrophysiology, neurochemistry, neuropharmacology, neuropsychology, and in strumentation. general suggestions and tools, a few chinese language manufacture, were hired. furthermore, chinese language employees were rather accustomed to the courses of different investigators, as is instantly obvious from the bibliographies of the papers (see Index).
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1. Time factor of the excitability change following stimulation of the homotopic point on the contralateral cerebral cortex. A. Recordings of potentials, t indicates the control recordings of evoked potentials from stimulation of the superficial radial nerve (test response). In the recordings in Groups 1, 2,3, and 4, the first response is the callosal potential resulting from stimulation of the homotopic point of the contralateral cortex (conditioning response), and the following one is the sequence of the test response, led from an electrode in the middle of the region yielding the test response.
As the sections pass more posteriorly through the level of the posterior part of the midbrain to the pons and the anterior border of the medulla (Fig. 5: P1, P4, P'7, P10, P13 ,it is apparent that facilitatory points gradually become fewer and inhibitory points increase. Posteriorly from 2 mm anterior to the obex (see Fig. 5: P16, P19), inhibitory points increase prominently, and facilitatory points decrease conspicuously. Thus, with respect to the brain stem as a whole, it is apparent that facilitatory points predominate in the midbrain reticular formation, but with gradual progression posteriorly, inhibitory points gradually increase, so that such points are mainly distributed in the reticular formation of the medulla.
A) Conditioning and test stimuli both applied to the homologous point of the contralateral cortex; the upper traces are control photographs of the test response; of the lower traces, the first is the conditioning response, the subsequent ones are the sequence of the test response. b) Results of low-frequency repetitive stimulation of the homologous point of the opposite cortex. c) Results for repetitive stimulation at a somewhat higher frequency of the homologous point of the contralateral cortex.
Contemporary Brain Research in China: Selected Recent Papers on Electrophysiological Topics by Zhang Gin-ru (auth.), John S. Barlow (eds.)