They are supposed to be due to a change at the synapses connecting neurone with neurone in the grey matter.
Association is the result of habit working in neurone groups.
The centre theory and the cell and neurone theory seemed obligatory starting-points.
Physiologically stated, free attention is given when a neurone series which is ready to act is called into activity.
Forced attention is necessary when the neurone tracts used by the attention are for some reason unready to act.
The plasticity of neurone groups seems to vary in two respects--as to modifiability and as to power to hold modifications.
The neurone, however, is a little unicellular animal, like the amoeba or the paramecium.
The neurone groups controlling the instincts hold a middle place.
Thus it is seen that the neurone is, in its development as in its work, a unit.
The general laws of learning emphasize the importance of the mind's set as a condition to readiness of neurone tracts.
neuron neu·ron (nur'ŏn', nyur'-) or neu·rone (-ōn')
Any of the impulse-conducting cells that constitute the brain, spinal column, and nerves, consisting of a nucleated cell body with one or more dendrites and a single axon. Also called nerve cell, neurocyte.