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William H. Calvin
University of Washington
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Calvin, W. H., and Stevens, C. F. (1967). Synaptic noise as a source of variability in the interval between action potentials. Science 155:842-844.
Calvin, W. H., and Stevens, C. F. (1968). Synaptic noise and other sources of randomness in motoneuron interspike intervals. Journal of Neurophysiology 31:574-587.
Calvin, W.H., Sypert, G.W., Ward, A.A., Jr. (1968). Structured timing patterns within bursts from epileptic neurons in undrugged monkey cortex. Experimental Neurology 21:535-549. RealAudio sound file (about 50k).
Calvin, W.H. (1969). Dendritic synapses and reversal potentials: theoretical implications of the view from the soma. Experimental Neurology 24:248-264.
Calvin, W. H., and Schwindt, P. C. (1972). Steps in production of motoneuron spikes during rhythmic firing. Journal of Neurophysiology 35:297-310.
Schwindt, P.C., and Calvin, W. H. (1972). Membrane-potential trajectories between spikes underlying motoneuron firing rates. Journal of Neurophysiology 35:311-325.
Calvin, William H. (1972). Synaptic potential summation and repetitive firing mechanisms: input-output theory for the recruitment of neurons into epileptic bursting firing patterns. Brain Research 39: 71-94.
Calvin, W. H., Ojemann, G. A., and Ward, A. A., Jr. (1973). Human cortical neurons in epileptogenic foci: Comparison of inter-ictal firing patterns to those of "epileptic" neurons in animals. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology 34:337-351. RealAudio sound file (about 50k).
Kjerulf, T. D., O'Neal, J. T., Calvin, W. H., Loeser, J. D., Westrum, L.E. (1973). Deafferentation effects in lateral cuneate nucleus of the cat: correlation of structural alterations with firing pattern changes. Experimental Neurology 39: 86-102.
Schwindt, P.C., and Calvin, W. H. (1973). Equivalence of synaptic and injected current in determining the membrane potential trajectory during motoneuron rhythmic firing. Brain Research 59: 389-394.
Schwindt, P.C., and Calvin, W. H. (1973). Nature of conductances underlying rhythmic firing in cat spinal motoneurons. Journal of Neurophysiology 36: 955-973
Calvin, W. H. (1974). Three modes of repetitive firing and the role of threshold time course between spikes. Brain Research 69:341-346.
Calvin, W. H., and Sypert, G. W. (1975). Cerebral cortex neurons with extra spikes: a normal substrate for epileptic discharges? Brain Research 83: 498-503.
Calvin, W. H. (1975). Generation of spike trains in CNS neurons. Brain Research 84:1-22.
Calvin, W. H., and Sypert, G. W. (1976). Fast and slow pyramidal tract neurons: An intracellular analysis of their contrasting repetitive firing properties in the cat. Journal of Neurophysiology 39:420-434. RealAudio sound file (about 50k).
Calvin, W. H. (1980). Normal repetitive firing and its pathophysiology. In: Epilepsy: A Window to Brain Mechanisms (J. Lockard and A. A. Ward, Jr., eds.), Raven Press, New York, pp. 97-121.
Calvin, W. H. (1983). A stone's throw and its launch window: timing precision and its implications for language and hominid brains. Journal of Theoretical Biology 104:121-135.
Calvin, W. H. (1987). The brain as a Darwin machine. Nature 330:33-34 (5 November).
Calvin, W. H. (1988). A global brain theory (a book review of Gerald Edelman's Neural Darwinism). Science 240:1802-1803 (24 June 1988).
Calvin, W. H. (1991). Foretelling Eclipses, Whole Earth Review 70:64-71.
Calvin, W. H., and K. Graubard (1991). Evolving neural functions. Seminars in the Neurosciences 3(5):351-353.
Calvin, W. H. (1991). Islands in the mind: dynamic subdivisions of association cortex and the emergence of a Darwin Machine. Seminars in the Neurosciences 3(5):423-433.
Calvin, W. H. (1991). The antecedents of consciousness: Evolving the "intelligent" ability to simulate situations and contemplate the consequences of novel courses of action. In: Bioastronomy: The Exploration Broadens, edited by Jean Heidmann and Michael J. Klein (Springer-Verlag's Lecture Notes in Physics series), pp. 311-319.
Calvin, W. H. (1991). Might Catastrophic Cooling Be Triggered by Greenhouse Warming? Whole Earth Review 73:106-111.
Calvin, W. H. (1993). The unitary hypothesis: A common neural circuitry for novel manipulations, language, plan-ahead, and throwing? In Tools, Language, and Cognition in Human Evolution, edited by Kathleen R. Gibson and Tim Ingold. Cambridge University Press, pp. 230-250.
Calvin, William H. (1993). Error-correcting codes: Coherent hexagonal copying from fuzzy neuroanatomy. World Congress on Neural Networks 1:101-104 (1993).
Calvin, W. H. (1993). Binding forms a cerebral code which error corrects: Scattered feature detectors generate a hexagonal code via synchronizing excitation among pyramidal neurons. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 19:398.22.
Calvin, W. H. (1993). Cautions on the Superhuman Transition, Whole Earth Review 81:96-98.
Calvin, W. H. (1994). Compressing the cerebral code: Hebbian cell assemblies may be concentrated into a hexagonal marcocolumn. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 20:315 (138.4).
Calvin, W. H. (1994). The emergence of intelligence. Scientific American 271(4):100-107 (October; special issue Life in the Universe, out as a 1995 book of the same name).
Calvin, W. H. (1995). How to think what no one has ever thought before. In How Things Work: A Science Tool-Kit for the Mind, edited by John Brockman and Katinka Matson (William Morrow), pp. 151-164.
Calvin, W. H. (1995). "Cortical Columns, Modules, and Hebbian Cell Assemblies," in: The Handbook of Brain Theory and Neural Networks, edited by Michael A. Arbib (Bradford Books/MIT Press), pp. 269-272.
Calvin, W. H. (1995). Island biogeography in cerebral cortex: Shaping up new cerebral codes in functional archipelagos. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 21:372.13.
Calvin, W. H. (1996). Universal Grammar's emergence from protolanguage: corticocortical coherence could enable binding and recursive embedding. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 22:440.13.
Calvin, W.H. (1997). The Six Essentials? Minimal Requirements for the Darwinian Bootstrapping of Quality. Journal of Memetics - Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission, 1. http://www.fmb.mmu.ac.uk/jom-emit/1997/vol1/calvin_wh.html
William H. Calvin (1998), "The great climate flip-flop," The Atlantic Monthly 281(1):47-64 (January 1998).
Calvin, W. H. (1997). Book review of Terrence W. Deacon's The Symbolic Species in The New York Times Book Review (August 10). See also
William H. Calvin (1998), "Competing for Consciousness: A Darwinian Mechanism at an Appropriate Level of Explanation." Journal of Consciousness Studies 5(4)389-404 (1998). See also http://WilliamCalvin.com/1990s/1998JConscStudies.htm.