equipotentiality

(e″kwĭ-po-ten″she-al´ĭ-te) the quality or state of having similar and equal power; the capacity for developing in the same way and to the same extent.
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equipotentiality

(from the article `Lashley, Karl S.`) ...are mediated by the cerebral cortex (the convoluted outer layer of the cerebrum) as a whole, contrary to the view that every psychological ...
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equipotentiality

equipotentiality The quality or state of having similar and equal power; the capacity for developing in the same way and to the same extent.
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Equipotentiality

Equipotentiality refers to a psychological theory in both neuropsychology and behaviorism. Karl Spencer Lashley defined equipotentiality as “The apparent capacity of any intact part of a functional brain to carry out… the [memory] functions which are lost by the destruction of [other parts]”. Another way of putting this is, the brain has the...
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equipotentiality

state when conductive parts are at a substantially equal electric potential
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equipotentiality

state when conductive parts are at a substantially equal electric potential
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