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Because some stored information comes from the environment or suprasystem,
the memory is to a degree a mirror or map of the environment, a cognitive map
which is constantly being altered by new inputs of information (see pages 30, 35,
abnormal brain waves, such as occur in epilepsy without overt seizures, was
tested by combining it with an anticonvulsant.224 This diminished the memory
loss. That resulting from acetoxycycloheximide, however, was not affected by use
Press, 1967, 714-722. 188Ojemann, R. G. Correlations between specific human
brain lesions and memory changes. Bull. Neurosci. Res. Prog., 1966, 4 (Suppl.,
July 15), 1-70. 189Ibid., 19. 190Ibid.. 32-35. 19lKrech, D. Discussion of L. Kruger.
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I purchased this book many years ago and found it very enlighting. The shredout concept was of particular interest to me in that it provided ways to look at various living systems from micro to macro. It has a lot of detail which I never was able to get around to studying, but appears to have influenced my thinking which was later documented in a series of blogs http://www.bcswonline.com/blog/index.html
I still have a copy and refer to it.
TABLE 11 The 19 Critical Subsystems of a Living System
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