Literature References

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J. Z. Young1967Chapter 27 - Some comparisons between the nervous systems of Cephalopods and Mammals
J. Z. Young1970Some comparisons between the nervous systems of Cephalopods and Mammals
J. Z. Young, Wells M. J.1966Lateral interaction and transfer in the tactile memory of the octopus.
J. Z. Young, Sanders G. D.1974Reappearance of specific color patterns after nerve regeneration in Octopus.
J. Z. Young, Parriss J. R.1962The limits of transfer of a learned discrimination to figures of larger and smaller sizes.
J. Z. Young1988Evolution of the cephalopod brain
J. Z. Young1933The visceral nerves of Octopus
J. Z. Young1936The structure of nerve fibres in cephalopods and crustacea
J. Z. Young1937The functioning of the giant nerve fibers of the squid
J. Z. Young1938The functioning of the giant squid nerve fibres of the squid.
J. Z. Young1938The evolution of the nervous system and of the relationship of organism and environment, pp. 179-204.
J. Z. Young1939Fused neurons and synaptic contracts in the giant nerve fibers of Cephalopods
J. Z. Young1939Fused neurons and synaptic contacts in the giant nerve fibers of cephalopods.
J. Z. Young1950[TITLE BLANK]
J. Z. Young1951Growth and plasticity in the nervous system.
J. Z. Young1956Visual responses by octopus to crabs and other figures before and after training.
J. Z. Young1957The evolution of organization within the nervous system.
J. Z. Young1958Responses of untrained octopuses to various figures and the effect of removal of the vertical lobe
J. Z. Young1958Responses of untrained octopuses to various figures and the effect of removal of the vertical lobe.
J. Z. Young1958The effect of removal of various amounts of the vertical lobes on visual discrimination by Octopus.
J. Z. Young1958Squids, cuttlefishes and octopuses.
J. Z. Young1959The statocysts of Octopus vulgaris
J. Z. Young1959Squids, Cuttlefishes and Octopuses
J. Z. Young1959Extinction of unrewarded responses in Octopus.
J. Z. Young1960Eyes, colours, and shapes
J. Z. Young1960Observations on Argonauta and especially its method of feeding
J. Z. Young1960Learning and discrimination in the Octopus
J. Z. Young1960[TITLE BLANK]
J. Z. Young1960Rates of establishment of representations in the memory of octopuses with and without vertical lobes
J. Z. Young1960The statocysts of Octopus vulgaris.
J. Z. Young1960The failures of discrimination learning following the removal of the vertical lobes in Octopus.
J. Z. Young1960Observations on Argonauta and especially its method of feeding.
J. Z. Young1960Unit processes in the formation of representations in the memory of Octopus.
J. Z. Young1961Learning and discrimination in the octopus.
J. Z. Young1961Rates of establishment of representations in the memory of octopuses with and without vertical lobes.
J. Z. Young1962The retina of Cephalopods and its degeneration after optic nerve section
J. Z. Young1962Courtship and mating by a coral reef octopus (O. horridus)
J. Z. Young1962Reversal of learning in octopus and the effect of removal of the vertical lobe
J. Z. Young1962Repeated reversal of training in Octopus.
J. Z. Young1962Courtship and mating by a coral reef octopus (O. horridus).
J. Z. Young1962Reversal of learning in octopus and the effect of removal of the vertical lobe.
J. Z. Young1962The retina of cephalopods and its degeneration after optic nerve section. The optic lobes of Octopus vulgaris.
J. Z. Young1962How can the memory of the nervous system be studied?
J. Z. Young1963The number and sizes of nerve cells in octopus
J. Z. Young1963Light- and dark-adaption in the eyes of some Cephalopods
J. Z. Young1963Paired centres for the control of attack by Octopus
J. Z. Young1963The number and sizes of nerve cells in Octopus.
J. Z. Young1963Some essentials of neural memory systems. Paired centres that regulate and address the signals of the results of action.
J. Z. Young1963Light- and dark- adaptation in the eyes of some cephalopods.
J. Z. Young1964Muscle receptors in Cephalopods

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