[1] Hochbaum, McCulloch, and Makowski. The Parathyroid Gland: Students’ Reports on Assigned Topics in Histology. Department of Anatomy, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, (Article 6, pp. 55-60), 1924.
[2] Pike, F.H., Elsberg, C.A., McCulloch, W.S., and Rizzolo, A. Some Observations on Experimentally Produced Convulsions: I. The Localization of the Motor Mechanism from which the typical Clonic Movements of Epilepsy Arise. Amer. J. Psychiatry, 9:259-283, 1929.
[3] Pike, F.H., Elsberg, C.A., McCulloch, W.S., and Chappell, M.N. The Problem of Localization in Experimentally Induced Convulsions. Arch. Neurol. Psychiatry, 23:847-868, 1930.
[4] Pike, F.H., Elsberg, C.A., McCulloch, W.S., and Chappell, M.N. Some Observations on Experimentally Produced Convulsions: II. The Type of Convulsions Elicitable after Lesions of the Rubrospinal System, with some Incidental Findings. Amer. J. Psychiatry, 10:567-594, 1931.
[5] Wortis, S.B. and McCulloch, W.S. Head Injuries, and Experimental Study. Arch. Surg., 25:529-543, 1932.
[6] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. An “Extinction” Phenomenon on Stimulation of the Cerebral Cortex. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 32:524-527, 1934.
[7] McCulloch, W.S. and Dusser de Barenne, J.G. Extinction: Local Stimulatory Inactivation within the Motor Cortex. Amer. J. Physiol., 113: No. 1, Sept. 1935, 97-98.
[8] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., McCulloch, W.S., Lane, C.T. and Prescott, GH. A New Method for the Investigation of the Electrical Properties of Living Tissues. Amer. J. Physiol., 113:85-86, 1935.
[9] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., and McCulloch, W.S. Action Potentials of Various Layers of the Cerebral Cortex of the Monkey. Science, 82:572-573, 1935.
[10] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Some Effects of Laminar Thermocoagulation Upon the Local Action Potentials of the Cerebral Cortex of the Monkey. Amer. J. Physiol., 114:692-694, 1936.
[11] Wendt, G.R. and McCulloch, W.S. A Photokymographic Method with Continuous Cathode Ray Oscillograms Science, 83:354-355, 1936.
[12] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Action Potentials of the Cerebral Cortex and Spinal Cord Before and After Cortical Stimulation. Amer. J. Physiol., 116:99, 1936.
[13] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Boundaries in the Sensori-Motor Cortex of the Monkey. Proc. Soc Exp. Biol. Med., 35:329-331, 1936.
[14] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Extinction as a Cortical Phenomenon. “Beritoff” Symposium on Nervous Physiology and Behavior, Tiflis, pp.15-18, 1936.
[15] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Some Effects of Local Strychinization on Action Potentials of the Cerebral Cortex of the Monkey. Trans. Amer. Neurol. Assoc., p. 171, 1936.
[16] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Local Stimulatory Inactivation Within the Cerebral Cortex, the Factor for Extinction. Amer. J. Physiol., 118:510-524, 1937.
[17] McCulloch, W.S. On the Nature and Distribution of Factors for Facilitation and Extinction in the Central Nervous System Proc. Amer. Physiol. Soc., 49th Annual Meeting, pp. 107-107, 1937; and Amer. J. Physiol., 119:363-364, 1937.
[18] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Nims, L.F. and McCulloch, W.S. Changes in Hydrogen-ion Concentration of the Cerebral Cortex. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 36:462-464, 1937.
[19] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Nims, L.F. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Activity and pH of the Cerebral Cortex. J. Cell. Comp. Physiol., 10:277-289, 1937.
[20] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Organization in the Sensory Cortex of the Monkey (Macaca Mulatta). J. Neurophysiol., 1:69-85, 1938.
[21] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. The Direct Functional Interrelation of Sensory Cortex and Optic Thalamus. J. Neurophysiol., 1:176-186, 1938.
[22] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Kritisches und Experimentellen zur Deutung der Potentialschwankungen des Electrocorticogramms. Z. ges. Neurol. Psychiat., 162:815-824, 1938.
[23] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Sensori-Motor Cortex, Nucleus Caudatus and Thalamus Opticus. J. Neurophysiol., 1:364-377, 1938.
[24] McCulloch, W.S. Irreversibility of Conduction in the Reflex Arc. Science, 87:65-66, 1938.
[25] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Ogawa, T. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Organization in the Face-Subdivision of the Sensory Cortex of the Monkey (Macaca Mulatta). J. Neurophysiol., 1:436-441, 1938.
[26] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Marshall, C.S., Nims, L.F. and McCulloch, W.S. Observations on the pH of the Arterial Blood, the pH and the Electrical Activity of the Cerebral Cortex. Amer. J. Physiol., 124:631-636, 1938.
[27] Marshall, C.S., Nims, L.F. and McCulloch, W.S. pH of the Cerebral Cortex and Arterial Blood Under Insulin. Amer. J. Physiol., 125:680-682, 1939.
[28] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Factors for Facilitation and Extinction in the Central Netvous System. J. Neurophysiol., 2:319-355, 1939.
[29] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Suppression of Motor Response Upon Stimulation of Area 4-s of the Cerebral Cortex. Amer. J. Physiol., 126:482, 1939.
[30] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. The Knee-Jerk Following Facilitating and Extinguishing Stimulation of Related Cortical Foci. Amer. J. Physiol., 126:570, 1939.
[31] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Nims, L.F. and McCulloch, W.S. Influence of Ether Narcosis on pH of Cortex and Electrocorticogram. Amer. J. Physiol., 126:594, 1939.
[32] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Physiological Delimitation of Neurons in the Central Nervous System. Amer. J. Physiol., 127:620-628, 1939.
[33] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. (in collaboration with McCulloch, W.S.) The Sensory Cortex of the Chimpanzee’s Brain. Science, 90: No. 2340:403-404, November 3,1939.
[34] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. The Sensory Cortex of the Chimpanzee. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 42:27-29, 1939.
[35] Bailey, P., Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Gral, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Sensory Cortex of the Chimpanzee. Amer. J. Physiol., 129:303-304, 1940.
[36] McCulloch, W.S. and Dusser de Barenne, J.G. Functional Interdependence of Sensory Cortex and Thalamus. Amer. J. Physiol., 129:421, 1940.
[37] McCulloch, W.S. Joannes Gregorius Dusser de Barenne (1885-1940). Yale J. Biol. and Med., 12:743-746, 1940.
[38] Bailey, P., Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Sensory Cortex of the Chimpanzee. J. Neurophysiol., 3:4690485, 1940.
[39] Bailey, P., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Organization and Interrelation of Cerebral Hemispheres in Chimpanzee. Amer. J. Physiol., 133:200, 1941.
[40] McCulloch, W.S. and Garol, H.W. Functional Organization and Interrelation of Cerebral Hemispheres in Monkey. Amer. J. Physiol., 133:383-384, 1941.
[41] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. The “Motor” Cortex of the Chimpanzee. J. Neurophysiol., 4:287-303, 1941.
[42] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Interdependence of Sensory Cortex and Thalamus. J. Neurophysiol., 4:304-310, 1941.
[43] Dusser de Barenne, J.G. and McCulloch, W.S. Suppression of Motor Response Obtained from Area 4 by Stimulation of Area 4-s. J. Neurophysiol., 4:311-323, 1941.
[44] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Organization of Sensory and Adjacent Cortex of the Monkey. J. Neurophysiol., 4:324-330, 1941.
[45] McCulloch, W.S. and Garol, H.W. Cortical Origin and Distribution of Corpus Callosum and Anterior Commissure in the Monkey (Macaca Mulatta). J. Neurophysiol., 4:555-563, 1941.
[46] Bailey, P., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Cortical Origin and Distribution of Corpus Callosum and Anterior Commissure in Chimpanzee (Pan Satyrus). J. Neurophysiol., 4:564-571, 1941.
[47] Dusser de Barenne, J.G., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Physiological Neuronography of the Cortico-Striatal Connections. Res. Publ. Ass. Nerv. Ment. Dis., 21:246-266, 1941.
[48] Kennard, M.A. and McCulloch, W.S. Excitability of Cerebral Cortex in Infant Macaca Mulatta. J. Neurophysiol., 5:231-234, 1942.
[49] Von Bonin, G., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. The Functional Organization of the Occipital Lobe. Biol. Symposia, VII:164-192, 1942.
[50] Kennard, M.A. and McCulloch, W.S. Motor Response to Stimulation of Cerebral Cortex in Absence of Areas 4 and 6 (Macaca Mulatta). J. Neurophysiol., 6:181-190, 1943.
[51] McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. A Logical Calculus of the Ideas Immanent in Nervous Activity. Bull. Math. Biophysics, 5:115-133, 1943.
[52] Landahl, H.D., McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. A Statistical Consequence of the Logical Calculus of Nervous Nets. Bull. Math. Biophysics, 5:135-137, 1943.
[53] Bailey, P., von Bonin, G., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Organization of Temporal Lobe of Monkey (Macaca Mulatta) and Chimpanzee (Pan Satyrus). J. Neurophysiol., 5:121-128, 1943.
[54] Bailey, P., von Bonin, G., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Long Association Fibers in Cerebral Hemispheres of Monkey and Chimpanzee. J. Neurophysiol., 6:129-134, 1943.
[55] Davis, E.W., McCulloch, W.S. and Roseman, E. Rapid Changes in the O2 Tension of Cerebral Cortex During Induced Convulsions. Amer. J. Psychiat., 100:825-829, 1944.
[56] Bailey, P., von Bonin, G., Davis, E.W., Garol, H.W., McCulloch, W.S., Roseman, E., and Silveira, A. Functional Organization of the Medial Aspect of the Primate Cortex. J. Neurophysiol., 7:51-56, 1944.
[57] McCulloch, W.S. The Functional Organization of the Cerebral Cortex. Physiol., Rev. 24. No. 3, 390-407, 1944.
[58] McCulloch, W.S. Cortico-Cortical Connections. Chapter VIII of The Precentral Motor Cortex. Paul C. Bucy (ed.); University of Illinois Press, Urbana, IL, 1944. pp. 211-242.
[59] Feinberg, I.M. and McCulloch, W.S. Site of Action of Indole in the Central Nervous System. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 56:193-194, 1944.
[60] Bailey, P., von Bonin, G., Davis, E.W., Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Further Observations on Associational Pathways in the Brain of Macaca Mulatta. J. Neuropath. Exp. Neurol., III: 412-415, 1944.
[61] Kennard,M.A. and McCulloch, W.S. Functional Organization of Frontal Pole in Monkey and Chimpanzee. J. Neurophysiol., 7:37-40, 1944.
[62] Garol, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. Physiological Neuronography of Some Cortico-Subcortical Connections in the Chimpanzee. J. Neurophysiol., 7:199-204, 1944.
[63] Darrow, C.W., Green, J.R. and McCulloch, W.S. Activity in the Great Superficial Petrosal Nerve Influencing the Electroencephalogram. Fed. Proc., 3, 1:8, March 1944.
[64] Darrow, C.W., McCulloch, W.S., Greene, J.R., Davis, E.W., and Garol, H.W. Parasympathetic Regulation of High Potential in the Electroencephalogram. (Chicago Neurological Society, Feb. 18,1944). Society Transactions, Arch. Neurol., Psychiat., 52:337-338.1944. Subsequently published in J. Neurophysiol., 7:217-226, 1944.
[65] Meduna, L.J. and McCulloch, W.S. The Modem Concept of Schizophrenia. The Med. Clinics of No. Amer., Chicago Number, 147-164. Jan. 1945. (W.B. Saunders).
[66] McCulloch, W.S., Klein, J.R. and Goodwin, C. Changes of Noble-Metal Electrode EMF of Cerebral Cortex. Proc. Soc, Exp. Biol. Med., 58:292-293, 1945.
[67] McCulloch, W.S. A Heterarchy of Values Determined by the Topology of Nervous Nets. Bull. Math. Biophysics., 7:89-93, 1945.
[68] McCulloch, W.S. Letter to the Editor (concerning “A Heterarchy of Values Determined by the Topology of Nervous Nets”). Bull. Math. Biophysics., 7:227, 1945.
[69] Roseman, E., Goodwin, C.W., and McCulloch, W.S. Rapid Changes in Cerebral Oxygen Tension Induced by Altering the Oxygenation and Circulation of the Blood. J. Neurophysiol., 9:33-40, 1946.
[70] McCulloch, W.S., Graf, C. and Magoun, H.W. A Cortico-Bulbo-Reticular Pathway from Area 4-s. J. Neurophysiol., 9:127-132, 1946.
[71] Ward, A.A., Jr. and McCulloch, W.S. The Projection of the Frontal Lobe on the Hypothalamus. J. Neurophysiol., 10:309-314, 1947.
[72] Snider, R.S., Magoun, H.W. and McCulloch, W.S. A Suppressor Cerebello-Bulbo-Reticular Pathway from Anterior Lobe and Paramedian Lobules. Fed. Proc., 6. No. 1:207, March, 1947.
[73] Sweet, W.H., McCulloch, W.S. and Snider, R.S. Repetitive Movements on Basal Ganglia Stimulation After Transection of Cerebral Peduncles. Abstract published in Proc. Fed. Am. Soc. Exp. Biol., 6. No. 1. 213, March, 1947.
[74] Wheatley, M.D. and McCulloch, W.S. Sundry Changes in Physiology of Cerebral Cortex Following Rapid Injection of Sodium Cyanide. Abstract published in Fed. Am. Soc. Exp. Biol., 6, No. 1, 225, March 1947.
[75] McCulloch, W.S. Modes of Functional Organization of the Cerebral Cortex. Fed. Proc., 6, No. 2, 448-452, June 1947.
[76] Pitts, W.H. and McCulloch, W.S. How We Know Universals. The Perception of Auditory and Visual Forms. Bull. Math Biophysics., 9:127-147, 1947.
[77] Kronenberg, G.J. and McCulloch, W.S. A Brief Insulin Tolerance Test. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. Med., 64:492-496, 1947.
[78] McCulloch, W.S. Some Connections of the Frontal Lobe Established by Physiological Neuronography. The Frontal Lobes, Res. Publ. Ass. R. Nerv. Ment. Dis., XXVII:95- 105, 1947.
[79] McCulloch, W.S. and Henneman, E. The Projection of Area 19 to the Reticular Formation. Fed. Proc., 7, No. 1, 79, March 1948.
[80] McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. The Statistical Organization of Nervous Activity. Biometrica, 4, No. 2, 91-00, June 1948.
[81] McCulloch, W.S. A Recapitulation of the Theory, with a Forecast of Several Extensions. Ann. N.Y. Acad. Sci., 50, Art. 4, 259-288, Oct. 13, 1948.
[82] Ward, A.A., McCulloch, W.S. and Kopeloff, N. Temporal and Spatial Distribution of Changes During Spontaneous Seizures in Monkey Brain. J. Neurophysiol., 11:377-386, 1948.
[83] Ward, A.A., McCulloch, W.S. and Magoun, H.W. Production of an Alternating Tremor at Rest in Monkeys. J. Neurophysiol., 11:317-330, 1948.
[84] McCulloch, W.S. and Lettvin, J.Y. Somatic Functions of the Central Nervous System. Ann. Rev. Physiol., X:117-132, 1948.
[85] McCulloch, W.S. Mechanisms for the Spread of Epileptic Activation of the Brain. Electroencephalography and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1:19-24, 1949.
[86] McCulloch, W.S. The Brain as a Computing Machine. Elect. Eng., 6:492-497, June 1949.
[87] McCulloch, W.S. and Pfeiffer, J. Of Digital Computers Called Brains. Sci. Monthly, LXIX: 368-376, 1949.
[88] Snider, R.S., McCulloch, W.S. and Magoun, H.W. A Cerebello-Bulbo-Reticular Pathway for Suppression. J. Neurophysiol., 12:325-334, 1949.
[89] Peterson, E.W., Magoun, H.W., McCulloch, W.S. and Lindsley, D.B. Production of Postural Tremor. J. Neurophysiol., 12:371-384, 1949.
[90] McCulloch, W.S. Physiological Processes Underlying Psychoneuroses. Proc. Rov. Soc. Med., Supplement, Vol. XLII, 1949, Anglo-Amer. Symposium on Psychosurgery, Neurophysiology and Physical Treatments in Psychiatry, pp. 72-84.
[91] McCulloch, W.S. Comment les Structures Nerveuses ont des Idees. Electroencephal. and Clin. Neurophysiol., Supplement No. 2, pp. 112-120. (2e Congres International d’Electroencephalgraphie, Paris, 1-5 Septembre 1949. Rapports, Conferences, Symposium; ed. by H. Fischgold, printed at the Imprimerie de Champagne, Langres (Haute-Marne), Feb. 1951).
[92] McCulloch, W.S. Signes Electriques des Evenements “a Distance” dans le Systems Nerveux Central. Electroencephal. and Clin. Neurophysiol., Supplement No. 2, pp. 53-59. (2e Congress International d’Electroencephalographie, Paris, 1-5, Septembre, 1949).
[93] McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. How Nervous Structures Have Ideas. Tr. Am. Neuro. Ass., 74:10-11, 1949.
[94] McCulloch, W.S., Carlson, H.B. and Alexander, F.G. Zest and Carbohydrate Metabolism. Chapt. XXIV of Life Stress and Bodily Disease. Res. Publ. Ass. Res. Nerv. Ment. Dis., XXIX:406-411, Dec. 1949.
[95] McCulloch, W.S. Machines that Think and Want. In: Brain and Behavior, a Symposium, ed. by Ward C. Halstead: Comparative Psychology Monographs, 20, No. 1, Serial Number 103, 39-40, January 1950. Univ. of California Press, Berkeley and L.A., Calif. 1950.
[96] Bailey, P., von Bonin, G. and McCulloch, W.S. The Isocortex of the Chimpanzee. Univ. of Illinois Press, Urbana, Il., 1950.
[97] McCulloch, W.S. Why the Mind Is in the Head. Dialectica, 4, No. 3, 193-205, Sept. 15, 1950.
[98] McCulloch, W.S. Why the Mind Is in the Head. Cerebral Mechanisms in Behavior, The Hixon symposium, ed. Lloyd A. Jeffress. John Wiley and Sons, Inc., New York, 1951, pp. 42-111.
[99] McCulloch, W.S., Lettvin, J.Y., Pitts, W.H. and Dell, P.C. An Electrical Hypothesis of Central Inhibition and Facilitation. Chapter V of Patterns of Organization in the Central Nervous System. Res. Publ. Ass. Res. Nerv. Ment. Dis., XXX:87-97. Dec. 15-16, 1950.
[99.1] Lettvin, J.Y. and Dell, P.C. (Introduced by W.S. McCulloch). Positivity in Ventral Horn during Bulbar Reticular Inhibition of Motoneurons. Federation Proceedings, Vol. 9, No. 1, March 1950.
[100] McCulloch, W.S. Brain and Behavior. Chapter 7 in Current Trends in Psychological Theory. (No. 5 in the Current Trends in Psychology Series), Univ. of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA, 1951, pp. 165-178.
[101] McCulloch, W.S. Dans l’Antre du Metaphysicien. Thales, 7:37-49, 1951.
[102] McCulloch, W.S., Lettvin, J.Y., Pitts, W.H. and Dell, P.C. Une Comparison Entre les Machines a Calculer et le Cerveau. Colloques Internationaux du Centre national de la Recherche Scientifique. No. XXXVII, “Les Machines a Calculer et la Pensee Humaine,” Paris, Jan. 8-13, 1951 (Ed. CNRS, Paris, 1953) pp. 425-443.
[103] Sherwood, S.L, Ridley, E. and McCulloch, W.S. Effects of Intraventricular Acetylcholine, Cholinesterase, and Related Compounds in Normal and “Catatonic” Cats. Nature, 1969, No. 4291, 157, Jan. 26, 1952.
[104] MacKay, D.M. and McCulloch, W.S. The Limiting Information Capacity of a Neuronal Link. Bull. Math. Biophysics, 14:127-135, June 1952.
[105] McCulloch, W.S. A Confession of Ignorance. Chapter in The Biology of Mental Health and Disease; (Report of the 27th annual conference on the Milbank Memorial Fund Symposium held in NYC, Nov. 13-16, 1950), Paul B. Koeber, Inc., Medical Book Dept. of Harper Bros., New York 16, NY, 1952, pp. 177-179.
[106] McCulloch, W.S. Finality and Form. Charles C Thomas, Publishers, Springfield, IL. 1952.
[107] McCulloch, W.S. The Past of a Delusion (Paper presented Jan. 1952). Published by the Chicago Literary Club, 1953.
[108] Pitts, W. (with the collaboration of McCulloch. W.S., Lettvin, J.Y. and Wall, P.D.). Investigations on Synapotic Transmission. In: Cybernetics: Circular-Causal and Feedback Mechanisms in Biological and Social Systems, Tr. 9th Conf., Von Foerster, H., Mead, M. and Teuber, H.L. (eds), Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, New York, pp. 159-166, 1953.
[109] McCulloch, W.S. Introductory Remarks. In: Cybernetics: Circular-Causal and Feedback Mechanisms in Biological and Social Systems. Tr. 10th Conf., Von Foerster, H., Mead, M. and Teuber, H.L (eds), Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, New York, pp. 15-18, 1955.
[110] McCulloch, W.S. Summary of the Points of Agreement Reached in the Previous Nine Conferences on Cybernetics. In: Cybernetics: Circular-Causal and Feedback Mechanisms in Biological and Social Systems, Tr. 10th Conf., Von Foerster, H., Mead, M. and Teuber, H.L. (eds), Josiah Macy Jr. Foundation, New York, pp. 69-80, 1955.
[111] Ridley, E., Share, I.A., Berry, J.M. and McCulloch, W.S. Dog’s Blood-Sugar Level Affected by Taste and Sham-Feeding. Proc. Federation of Amer. Societies for Experimental Biology (Fed. Proc.), 12:116-117 (No. 379), 1953.
[112] Minz, B., Remond, A.G., and McCulloch, W.S. Local Effects of Epinephrine on the Cerebral Cortex. Proc. Soc. Exp. Biol. and Med., 83:306-308, 1953.
[113] McCulloch, W.S. Subscript to the biography of Santiago Ramon y Cajal (by S. Potyak). J. Comp. Neur., 98, 1, 1-8, Feb. 1953.
[114] McCulloch, W.S. Review of Design for a Brain by W. Ross Ashby (John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., 1952). Scientific American, May 1953, pp. 96-98.
[115] McCulloch, W.S. Review of Design for a Brain by W. Ross Ashby (John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., 1952). EEG and Clinical Neurophysiol., 5, No. 3, 486, 1953.
[116] McCulloch, W.S. Information in the Head. Chapter 5 in Current Trends in Information Theory (No. 7 in the Current Trends in Psychology series), University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, PA., 1953, pp. 92-118.
[117] McCulloch, W.S. Information in the Head. Proc. of the 9th International Significal Summer Conference, Amersfoort (Netherlands), Aug. 10-15, 1953. Published in Synthese, Vol. IX, Issue 3, Nos. 3-5, 233-247, Publ. by F.G. Kroonder, Bussum (Netherlands), 1954.
[118] McCulloch, W.S., Lettvin, J.Y., Pitts, W.H. and Wall, P.D. On Microelectrodes for Plotting Currents in nervous Tissue. Proc, of the Physiological Soc., July 24-25, 1953, Cambridge, England. J. Physiol., Vol. 122, pp. 24P-25P, 1953.
[119] McCulloch, W.S., Lettvin, J.Y., Pitts. W.H. and Wall, P.D. The Origin of potentials in the Spinal Cord. Abstract of Communications of the 19th International Physiological Congress, Montreal, Canada, Aug. 31-Sept. 4, 1953, pp. 555-556.
[120] McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. Through the Den of the Metaphysician. (Paper read to the Philosophy of Science Group, University College, London, June 30, 1952). British J. for the Philosophy of Science, V, No. 17, pp. 18-31, 1953.
[121] McCulloch, W.S., Lettvin, J.Y., Wall, P.D., Howland, B. and Pitts, W.H. Inhibition of Impulses Travelling in the Primary Afferent Dorsal Column Fibers of Cat Spinal Cord. 38th Annual Meeting, Fed. Am. Soc. Exp. Biol., Atlantic City, N.J., April 11-16, 1954. Fed. Proc., 13:12, 1954.
[122] McCulloch, W.S., Wall, P.D., Lettvin, J.Y., Howland, B. and Pitts, W.H. Maps Derived by Bipolar Microelectrode Stimulation Within the Spinal Cord. 38th Annual Meeting, Fed. Am. Soc. Exp.Biol., Atlantic City, N.J., April 11-16, 1954. Fed. Proc., 13:12, 1954.
[123] McCulloch, W.S. L’Organisation Foctionnelle du Systeme Nerveux Central en Vue du Controle de la Position et du Mouvement. Chapter XIII of Les Grandes Activites du Lobe Temporal (Semain Neurophysiologique de la Salpetriere, 1953), Masson et Cie. (eds), Paris, 1955, pp. 279-294.
[124] McCulloch, W.S. Mysterium Iniquitatis of Sinful Man Aspiring into the Place of God. (Conference on the Validation of Scientific-Theories; Am. Acad, of Arts and Sciences, Inst. for the Unity of Science, National Science Foundation, Boston, Dec. 27-30, 1953; joint meeting with A.A.A.). Scientific Monthly, 80, No. 1, Jan. 1955, pp. 35-39.
[125] McCulloch, W.S. Mysterium Iniquitatis of Sinful Man Aspiring into the Place of God. In: The Validation of Scientific Theories, edited with an introduction by Philip G. Frank, The Beacon Press, Boston, 1956, pp. 159-168.
[126] Lettvin, J.Y., McCulloch, W.S., Pitts, W.H. and Wall, P.D. Central Effects of Strychnine on Spinal Afferent Fibers. (The 384th meeting of the Boston Soc. of Psychiatry and Neurology, May 19, 1955). Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry, Vol. 74:323-324, 1956.
[127] McCulloch, W.S., Howland, B., Lettvin. J.Y., Pitts, W.H. and Wall, P.D. Reflex Inhibition by Dorsal Root Interaction. J. Neurophysiol., 18:1-17, 1955.
[128] Wall, P.D., McCulloch, W.S., Lettvin, J.Y. and Pitts. W.H. Effects of Strychnine with Special Reference to Spinal Afferent Fibers. Epilepsia, Series III, 4:29-40, 1955.
[129] McCulloch, W.S., Wall, P.D., Lettvin, J.Y. and Pitts. W.H. The Terminal Arborization of the Cat’s Pyramidal Tract Determined by a New Technique. The Yale Journal of Biology and Med., 28:3-4, Dec-Feb. 1955/56, pp. 457-464.
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[131] McCulloch, W.S. Brain, A Computer with Negative Feedback. (IRE Nat. Conv., N.Y., March 2-12, 1955). In: Symposium on the Design of Machines to Stimulate the Behavior of the Human Brain. IRE Trans. on Electronic Computers, Vol. EC-5, No. 4, 240-241, Dec. 1956.
[132] Johnson, A.R., Wall P.D., Lettvin, J.Y., McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. Excitability Changes in Anatomical Components of the Monosynaptic Arc Following Tetanic Stimulation. Am. Physiological Society and Federation of Am. Soc. for Exp. Biol., Atlantic City, N.J., April 15-20, 1956, Abstract published in Proc. of Am. Soc. for Exp. Biol. (Fed. Proc.) 15, No. 1, March 1956, p. 102.
[133] McCulloch, W.S. Toward Some Circuitry of Ethical Robots or an Observational Science of the Genesis of Social Evaluation in the Mind-Like Behavior of Artifacts. Acta Biotheoretica XI:147-156, 1956.
[134] McCulloch, W.S., et al. Letter to the editor of Science in behalf of N. Rashevsky. Science, 123, No. 3200, 725, 1956.
[135] Wall, P.D., Lettvin, J.Y., McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. The Nature and Origin of Prolonged Events in the Terminal Arborizations of Spinal Afferent Fibers. Abstracts of Communications the XXth Internat’l. Physiol Congress, Brussels, July 30-Aug. 4, 1956, pp. 941-942. (Printed by the St. Catherine Press, Bruges, Belgium).
[136] Wall, P.D., Lettvin, J.Y., McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts. W.H. Factors Limiting the Maximum Impulse Transmitting Ability of an Afferent System of Nerve Fibers. No. 32 of the paper, read at the third Symposium on Information Theory, held at the Royal Inst., London, Sept. 12-16, 1955. In: Information Theory, edited by Colin Cherry, pp. 329-344, 1956. Published by the Academic Press, NY and Butterworth’s Scientific Publications, London).
[137] McCulloch, W.S. Review of An Introduction to Cybernetics, by W. Ross Ashby. (Chapman and Hall, Ltd., London, and John Wiley and Sons, N.Y., 1956). J. Neurophysiol., 20:451, 1956.
[138a] McCulloch, W.S. The Biologist, the Physicist and the Engineer. A Lecture to Communication Engineers, 1957.
[138b] McCulloch, W.S. Biological Computers. IRE Transactions on Electronic Computers, Volume ec-6, No. 3, September, 1957.
[139] del Castillo, J., Lettvin, J.Y., McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. Membrane Currents in Clamped Vertebrate Nerve. Nature, Vol. 180:1290-1291, Dec. 7, 1957.
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[141] McCulloch, W.S. Designated Discussion. In: Reticular Formation of the Brain, Internat’l Symposium, sponsored and copyrighted by the Henry Ford Hospital, Detroit, Mich.Published by Little, Brown & Co., Boston, Mass., 1958, pp. 313-314.
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[143] McCulloch, W.S. The Natural Fit. (Poems, read to the Chicago Literary Club, Dec. 2, 1957). Publication of the Chicago Literary Club, October 1959.
[144] McCulloch, W.S. Agathe Tyche, of Nervous Nets – the Lucky Reckoners. In: Mechanisation of Thought Processes, pp. 611-625. (Proc. of the 10th Symposium, held at the Nat’l Physical Laboratory, Teddington, Middlesex, England, Nov. 24-27, 1958). Published by H.M.’s Stationery Office, London, 1959.
[145] Maturana, H.R., Lettvin, J.Y., Pitts, W.H. and McCulloch. W.S. How Seen Movement Appears in the Frog’s Optic Nerve. Part I, Fed. Proc., Vol. 18, No. 1, p. 393, March 1959. Part II, Fed. Proc., Vol. 18. No. 1, p. 394, March 1959.
[146] Lettvin, J.Y., Maturana, H.R., McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. What the Frog’s Eye Tells the Frog’s Brain. Proc. of the IRE, Vol. 47, No. 11, pp. 1940-1951, Nov. 1959.
[147] Maturana, H.R., Lettvin, J.Y., McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. Evidence that Cut Optic Nerve Fibers in a Frog Regenerate to Their Proper Places in the Tectum. Science, Vol. 130, No. 3390, pp. 1709-1710, Dec.18, 1959.
[148] Maturana, H.R., Lettvin, J.Y., McCulloch, W.S. and Pitts, W.H. Anatomy and Physiology of Vision in the Frog (Rana pipiens). J. of General Physiol, Vol. 43, No. 6, Supplement, pp. 129-175, July 1960.
[149] McCulloch, W.S. The Reliability of Biological Systems. In: Self-Organizing Systems, Yovits, M.C. and Cameron, S. (eds). Pergamon Press, pp. 264-281, 1960.
[150] McCulloch, W.S. Background and Discussion. In: Proc. of the Bionics Symposium, Dayton, OH, Sept. 13-15, 1960. Sponsored by the Wright Air Development Division. WADD Technical Report 60-600, pp. 51-54 & 491-494, March 1961.
[152] McCulloch, W.S. Where is Fancy Bred? In: Lecture on Experimental Psychiatry, sponsored by the Western Psychiatric Inst. and Clinic, Pittsburgh, PA., March 5-7, 1959. Proc. of the Bicentennial Conf. on Exp. Psychiatry. Published by the U. of Pittsburgh Press, March 1961.
[153] McCulloch, W.S. What Is a Number that a Man May Know It, and a Man, That He May Know a Number? Alfred Korzybski Memorial Lecture 1960. General Semantics Bulletin, Nos. 26-27, 1960, pp. 7-18, Lakeville. CT.
[154] McCulloch, W.S. Abracadabra. In: Mental Patients in Transition, ed. Greenblatt, et. al., Copyright 1961. Charles C. Thomas, Publisher, Springfield, Illinois.
[155] Lettvin, J.Y., Maturana, H.R., Pitts, W.H. and McCulloch, W.S. Two Remarks on the Visual System of the Frog. Chapter 38 of Sensory Communication. W.A Rosenblith, Ed., pp. 757-776. Published by John Wiley and Sons and MIT Press, 1961.
[156] McCulloch, W.S. Symbolic Representation of the Neuron as an Unreliable Function. In: Principles of Self-Organization. (Trans. Sympos. Univ. of Ill., 1960, pp. 91-94; Ed. by Heinz von Foerster and George W. Zopf, Jr.)Published by Pergamon Press, N.Y., 1961.
[157] McCulloch, W.S. The Utility of Anastomotic Nets In: Redundancy Techniques for Computing Systems. (Trans. Sympos. on Redundancy Techniques for Computing Systems, Feb. 6-7, 1962, Washington, D.C., sponsored by ONR, pp. 62-65). Ed. by R.E. Wilcox and W.C. Mann. Published by Spartan Books, Washington, D.C., April 1962.
[158] McCulloch, W.S., Arbib, M.A and Cowan, J.D. Neurological Models and Integrative Processes. In: Self-Organizing Systems. Yovits, M.C., Jacobi, G.T. and Goldstein, D.G. (eds). Spartan Books, Washington, D.C., pp. 49-59, Sept. 1962.
[159] McCulloch, W.S. The Imitation of One Form of Life by Another – Biomimesis. In: Biological Prototypes and Synthetic Systems. Vol. I. pp. 393-397. (Proc. of the 2nd Annual Bionics Symp., Aug. 30-Sept. 1, 1961, Ithaca, N.Y.; Sponsored by Cornell Univ. and General Electric Company). Ed. by Eugene E. Barnard and Morley R. Kare. Plenum Press, N.Y. 1962.
[160] McCulloch, W.S. Anastomotic Nets Combating Noise. In: Information Storage and Neural Control, Part III, Chapter XII, pp. 283-295. (Proc. of the 10th Annual Scientific Meeting of the Houston Neurological Soc., jointly sponsored by the Dept. of Neurology, Baylor Univ., Coll. of Med. and Texas Med. Center, Houston, Texas). Ed. by W.S. Fields and W. Abbott. Published by Chas. C. Thomas, Springfield, Ill., 1963.
[161] McCulloch, W.S. Logisticon. In: Aspects of the Theory of Artificial Intelligence. Chapter VI, pp. 105-114. (Proc. of the first Internat’l Sympos. on Biosimulation, Locarno, Switzerland, June 29-July 5, I960). A publication of the Barth Foundation, Internat’l Research Centre, Switzerland, Ed. by C.A. Muses. Plenum Press, N.Y., 1962.
[162] McCulloch, W.S. The Colloquy of Living Things. In: Bio-Telemetry, Vol. 3. pp. 3-11 Pergamon Press, 1963.
[163] McCulloch, W.S. Preface to An Approach to Cybernetics by Gordon A. Pask. Harper and Bros., N.Y., 1961, pp. 9-10.
[164] McCulloch, W.S. How Brains Work. In: Transactions of the Jr. Sci. Symp., March 22-23, 1963. (Sponsored by Monmouth College and the U.S. Army Electronics Res. and Development Labs.), Fort Monmouth, N.Y., pp. 82-95. Republished in the Transactions of the Third Kentucky Regional Jr. Science and Humanities Symp. (April 23-24, 1965). Published by Fort Knox Dependent Schools, Fort Knox, Kentucky, pp. 3-26.
[165] McCulloch, W.S. A Historical Introduction to the Postulational Foundations of Experimental Epistemology. In: Cross-Cultural Understanding, Epistemology in Anthropology. Part II, Ch. XI, pp. 180-193. Ed. by F.S.C. Northrop and Helen H. Livingston. Harper and Row, N.Y., May 1964.
[166] McCulloch, W.S. and Kilmer, W.L. Towards a Theory of the Reticular Formation. In: Proc. of the 5th Nat. Symp. on Human Factors in Electronics, 1964, pp. 7-25. (San Diego, Calif., May 5-6, 1964). Published by the Professional Technical Group on Human Factors in Electronics, IEEE.
[167] Lettvin, J.Y., Pickard, W.P., McCulloch, W.S., and Pitts, W.H. A Theory of Passive Ion Flux Through Axon Membranes. Nature. 202:1338. June 27, 1964.
[168] McCulloch, W.S. Review of Brains, Machines and Mathematics by M.A. Arbib (McGraw-Hill). Amer. Scientist, 52, No. 3, p. 318A, Sept. 1964.
[169] McCulloch, W.S. Studies in Carbohydrate Metabolism and Its Regulation in Health and Disease. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 117, art. 1, pp. 415-425, Sept. 10, 1964. (Trans of the Conf. on Photo-Neuro-Endocrine Effects in Circadian Systems, with particular reference to the eye).
[170] McCulloch, W.S. Reliable Systems Using Unreliable Units. Chapter II of Disorders of Communication, Vol. XLII Res. Publs., A.R.N.M.D., pp. 19-28. Edited by David McKenzie Rioch and Edwin A Weinstein. Pub. by Williams and Wilkins Corp., Baltimore, 1964.
[171] McCulloch, W.S. Norbert Wiener and the Art of Theory. J. of Nervous and Mental Disease, Vol. 140, No. 1, p. 16, Jan. 1965.
[172] McCulloch, W.S. What’s in the Brain that Ink May Character. In: Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science (being the Proc. of the Intern. Congress for Logic, Methodology and Philosophy of Science, Aug.-Sept. 1964, Jerusalem, Israel) pp. 395-404. Edited by Y. Bar-Hillel. Published bv North-Holland Publ. Co., 1965 (In the series: Studies in Logic and the Foundations of Mathematics).
[173] McCulloch, W.S. Embodiments of Mind. MIT Press, 1965.
[174] McCulloch, W.S. Living Models for Lively Artifacts. Chapter VI of Science in the Sixties (Proc. of the 10th Anniversary AFOSR Scientific Seminar, Cloudcroft, N.M., June 1965) pp. 73-83. Edited by David L. Arm. Published by Univ. of New Mexico, Nov. 1965.
[175] McCulloch, W.S. and Kilmer, W.L. Introduction to “The Problem of the Reticular Formation.” In: Automata Theory (Proc. of the Int. Summer School of Physics, Ravello, Italy, June 1964) pp. 269-277. Edited by E.R. Caianiello.Academic Press, N.Y., 1966.
[176] McCulloch, W.S. Bionics in Practical Systems. (AGARD Lecture Series No. XX on Bionics, Paris and Dusseldorf, Dec. 1965). In: Bionics, Vol. 2 (AGARD Publication of the lectures), Dec. 1965.
[177] McCulloch, W.S. The Uses of Strychnine. Revue Roumaine de Neurologie, 1966, 3, 1, 89-93.
[178] McCulloch, W.S., Kilmer, W.L, Blum, J. and Craighill, E. Toward a Theory of the Reticular Formation. IEEE Intern. Convention Record, N.Y. March 1966, Part 6, p. 61.
[179] McCulloch, W.S. and Brodey, W.M. The Biological Sciences. In: The Great Ideas Today, 1966 (an annual publication of Great Books Division of Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc., Chicago, Ill.) pp. 288-333.
[180] McCulloch, W.S. Lekton – An Introduction to “The Logical Structure of Mind” by Eilhard von Domarus. In: Communication: Theory and Research (Proc. of the First Intern. Symp. on Communication Theory and Research, Univ. of Missouri at Kansas City, March 1965), ed. by Lee 0. Thayer. Chapters XIV, XV and XVI, pp. 348-428. Published by Chas. C. Thomas, Springfield, Ill., Jan. 1967.
[181] McCulloch, W.S. Review of Brain and Conscious Experience by John C. Eccles (Springer Verlag, N.Y. 1966). J. AMA. March 13, 1967, Vol. 199, No. 11, p. 863.
[182] McCulloch. W.S. and Kilmer, W.L. The Command and Control System of the Vertebrates. In: Proc. of the Int. Fed. for Information Processing (IFIP) Congress, New York, May 24-29, 1965, Vol. 2, p. 636. Edited by Wayne A. Kalenich. Spartan Books, Washington. D.C., 1966.
[183] McCulloch, W.S. Cybernetic Problems of Learning: Conditioning of Control, of Command and of Expediency. In: Conditional Reflex (a Pavlovian Journal of Research and Therapy) Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 68-75 (Jan.-Mar. 1967). Published quarterly by J.B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia. Pa.
[184] Iberall, A. and McCulloch, W.S. 1967 Behavioral Model of Man – His Chains Revealed. In: Currents in Modern Biology, Vol. 1, No. 5 (Jan.-Feb. 1968) pp. 337-352. North Holland Publ. Co., Amsterdam.
[185] McCulloch. W.S. Some Remarks on What is New With Us. In: Bioengineering – An Engineering View (Proc. of the Symposium on the Engineering Significance of the Biological Sciences, Carnegie Inst. of Techn., Jan. 25-27, 1967. pp. 368-374). Edited by George Bugliarello (Carnegie-Mellon University). San Francisco Press, Inc., 1968
[186] Kilmer, W.L., McCulloch. W.S. and Blum, J. Some Mechanisms for Theory of the Reticular Formation. In: Systems Theory and Biology (Proc. of the IIIrd Systems Symposium at Case Inst. of Tech., Oct. 20-21, 1966, pp. 286-375). Edited by M.D. Mesarovic Springer-Verlag. N.Y., 1968.
[187] Kilmer, W.L., McCulloch. W.S. and Blum, J. An Embodiment of Some Vertebrate Command and Control Principles. In: Currents in Modern Biology, 2:81-97, 1968. (Also in: J. of Basic Engl., Vol. 91, Series D., No. 2, pp. 295-304, June, 1969. In Collaboration with E. Craighill).
[188] Kilmer, W.L., McCulloch, W.S. and Blum, J. (in collaboration with Craighill, E. and Peterson, D.). Towards a Theory of the Reticular Formation. Chapter 6 of The Mind – Biological Approaches to Its Functions. Edited by W.C. Corning and M. Balaban, pp. 177-232. Interscience Publishers (div. of John Wiley and Sons), N.Y., 1968
[189] Kilmer, W.L., McCulloch, W.S., Blum, J., Craighill. E. and Peterson, D. On a Cybernetic Theory of the Reticular Formation. In: Cybernetic Problems in Bionics, pp. 431-479. (Selection of Papers, presented at the Bionics Symposium 1966, Dayton, Ohio). Edited by H.L. Oestereicher and Darrell R. Moore. Gordon and Breach Science Publ., Inc., N.Y. 1968.
[190] McCulloch, W.S. Forward to: Neurological Control Systems – Studies in Bioengineering by L Start, pp. vii-viii. Plenum Press, N.Y., 1968.
[191] Iberall, A.S. and McCulloch, W.S. The Organizing Principle of Complex Living Systems. J. of Basic Engineering, Vol. 19, Series D., No. 2, pp. 290-294, June 1968.
[192] McCulloch, W.S. Logic and Closed Loops for a Computer Junket to Mars. In: Neural Networds (Proc. of the Int. Summer School on Neural Networds, Ravello, June 1967. Edited by E.R. Caianiello, pp. 65-91.Springer-Verlag, 1968.
[193] Moreno-Diaz, R. and McCulloch, W.S. On a Calculus for Triadas. Artorga, Communication No. 101, Mav 1967 Published by the Artorga Res. Group. Southhampton, Hampshire, England).
[194] McCulloch, W.S. Neurophysiology – I In: Future Goals of Engineering in Biology and Medicine (Proc. of an Inter. Conf. held at Washington. D.C., Sept. 1967). Edited by J.F. Dickson, III and J.H.U. Brown, pp. 60-63. Academic Press, New York and London, April 1969.
[195] McCulloch, W.S., Papert, S.A., Blum, M., Da Fonseca, Jose L.S. and Moreno-Diaz, R. The Fun of Failures (After dinner address). In: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, Vol. 156, Art. 2, pp. 963-968 (Proc. of the Conf. on Rein Control, or Unidirectional Rate Sensitivity, a Fundamental Dynamic and Organizing Function in Biology, April 13-14, 1967) edited by Manfred Clynes, April 21, 1969.
[196] Moore, C, Kahn, L., McCulloch, W.S. and Coon. S. Panel Discussion: The Past and Future of Design by Computer. In: Computer Graphic in Architecture and Design, pp. 98-105 (Dr. McCulloch’s talk: pp. 101-103. Proc. of the Yale Univ. Conf. on Computer Graphics in Arch. New Haven, Conn., April 1968) edited by Murray A. Milne. Publ. by the Yale Univ. School of Art and Architecture, June 1968.
[197] McCulloch, W.S. Opening Remarks. In: Biocybernetics of the Central Nervous Svstem. (Proc. of an Intern. Symposium on Biocybernetics of the Central Nervous System, held in Detroit, Mich., Feb. 8-9, 1968, pp. XV-XVII) edited by Lorne D. Proctor.Little. Brown and Co., June 1969.
[198] McCulloch, W.S. Designated Discussion of the Paper: Decision Making Models Under Stress (by Nataly D. Zavalova). In: Biocybernetics of the Central Nervous System. (Proc. of an Intern. Symposium on Biocybernetics of the Central Nervous System, held in Detroit, Mich., Feb. 8-9, 1968, pp. 61-62) edited by Lorne D. Proctor. Little, Brown and Co., June 1969.
[199] Moreno-Diaz, R. and McCulloch, W.S. Circularities in Nets and the Concept of Functional Matrices. Chapter 7 of Biocybernetics of the Central Nervous Svstems, pp. 145-150. (Designated Discussion of this paper by W.S. McCulloch, p. 151), edited by Lorne D. Proctor. Little, Brown and Co., June 1969.
[200] Kilmer, W.L, McCulloch, W.S. and Blum, J. Embodiment of a Plastic Concept of the Reticular Formation. Chapter 10 of Biocybernetics of the Central Nervous System, pp. 213-255, Ed. by Lorne D. Proctor. Little, Brown and Co., June 1969.
[201] Moreno-Diaz, R. and McCulloch, W.S. Redes Neuronales Con Realimentacion y Matrices Funcionales. Revista de Automatica, Ano. 1, No. 1, July/Aug/Sept. 1968, pp. 15-18, Madrid, Spain.
[202] McCulloch, W.S. Of Digital Oscillators. In: Information Processing in the Nervous Svstems, pp. 97-98, Ed. by K.N. Keibovic. Springer-Verlag, 1969.
[203] McCulloch, W.S. The Nervous System in Education. Int, J, Edc. Sci., Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 99-104, 1969. Pergamon Press.
[204] McCulloch, W.S. Of I and It. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. 547-560. Summer 1969. Publ. by the Univ. of Chicago.
[205] McCulloch, W.S. Regenerative Loops. J. Nerv. and Mental Disease, Vol. 149, No. 1, pp. 54-58, July 1969, Kubie Festschrift.
[206] McCulloch, W.S. and Kilmer, W.L. Information Processing in the Central Nervous System with Special Reference to the Reticular System. Ann. New York Acad. Sci., Vol. 161, Art. 2, pp. 416-419, Sept. 30. 1969, (Proc. Conf. on The Use of Data Mechanization and Computers in Clinical Medicine, June 15-17, 1968, NY). Ed. by E.R. Gabrieli.
[207] Kilmer, W.L, McCulloch, W.S. and Blum. J. A Model of the Vertebrate Central Command System. Int. J. Man-Machine Studies, 1, 279-309, 1969.
[208] Kilmer, W.L. and McCulloch, W.S. The Reticular Formation Command and Control System. In: Information Processing in the Nervous System, (Proc. of the Sym. on Info. Processing in the Nervous System State Univ. of N.Y. at Buffalo, Oct. 21-24, 1969), Ch. 16, pp. 99-102. Ed. by K.N. Leibovic. Springer-Verlag, 1969.
[209] Kilmer W.L., Blum, J. and McCulloch, W.S. The Reticular Formation, Part I: Modeling Studies of the Reticular Formation. AFOSR Interim Scientific Report No. 3, Feb. 1969. Publ. by the Div. of Eng. Res., Mich. State Univ., East Lansing, Mich.
[210] McCulloch, W.S. Control of Posture and Motion. In: Biomechanics (Proc. of the Rock Island Arsenal Biomechanics Symposium, Augustana College, Rock Island, Ill., April 5-6, 1967), pp. 181-185. Ed. by David Bootzin and Harry C. Muffley. Publ. by Plenum Press, N.Y., 1969.
[211] McCulloch, W.S. and Ragna Roekr. The Effects of Conscious Purpose on Human Adaptation. Conference No. 40, July 16-25, 1968. Wenner Gren Found. 1968, Burg Wartenstein.
[212] McCulloch, W.S. This Superfluity of Naughtiness Wenner-Gren Foundation, 1969.
[213] McCulloch, W.S. The Recollections of the Many Sources of Cybernetics. ASC Forum, Vol. VI, No. 2, Summer 1974 (pp. 5-16).