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4. Poststimulus histograms for polyphasic unit responses in an isolated slab of the cortex (depth: 1230 μ). Responses to two electric stimuli at various intervals. Ordinate: number of spikes in a bin; bin = 20 msec. See legend for Fig. 2 for further explanations. 3. CYCLIC CHANGES IN ACTIVITY OF NEURONS 53 FIG. 5. Modifications of evoked potentials (depth: 900 μ) in response to two electrical stimuli at various intervals. Spike activity for this preparation is shown in Fig. 4. Stimulus artifacts indicate the time of stimulation.

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D. * Data in Fig. 6 show that, when the retina is excited by light stimuli of short duration, no inhibitory process is demonstrable in the on- or offfields in terms of spike counts. On the other hand, data in Fig. 4 demonstrate some differences in the latent periods of the on- and off-responses. Although the latency of the on-response [Fig. 4(a)] suggests that only excitation occurs, irrespective of the area and luminance of the stimulus, the latency of the off-response reveals considerable inhibitory influences for high intensities and large areas of the stimulus [Fig.

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