UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98195-1800 USA
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.
Ehrlich, A., and Calvin, W. H. (1967). Visual discrimination behavior in Galago and owl monkey. Psychonomical Science 9:509-510.
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. (1968). Evaluating membrane potential and spike patterns by experimenter-controlled computer displays. Experimental Neurology 21:512-534.
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.
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.
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 Loeser, J. D. (1975). Doublet and burst firing patterns within the dorsal column nuclei of cat and man. Experimental Neurology 48:406-426.
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.
Howe, J. F., Calvin, W. H., and Loeser, J. D. (1976). Impulses reflected from dorsal root ganglia and from focal nerve injuries. Brain Research 116:139-144.
Howe, J. F., Loeser, J. D., and Calvin, W. H. (1977). Mechanosensitivity of dorsal root ganglia and chronically injured axons: A physiological basis for the radicular pain of nerve root compression. Pain 3:25-41.
Calvin, W. H., and Hartline, D. K. (1977). Retrograde invasion of lobster stretch receptor somata in the control of firing rate and extra spike patterning. Journal of Neurophysiology 40:106-118.
Calvin, W. H., Loeser, J. D., and Howe, J. F. (1977). A neurophysiological theory for the pain mechanism of tic douloureux. Pain 3:147-154.
Loeser, J. D., W. H. Calvin, and J. F. Howe (1977). Pathophysiology of trigeminal neuralgia. Clinical Neurosurgery 24:527-537.
Calvin, W. H., J. F. Howe, and J. D. Loeser (1977). Ectopic repetitive firing in focally demyelinated axons and some implications for trigeminal neuralgia. In: Pain in the Trigeminal Region (edited by D. J. Anderson and B. Matthews), pp. 125-136.
Ojemann, G. A., Calvin, W. H., and Ward, A. A., Jr. (1978). Intrinsic neuronal membrane abnormalities in human epileptic foci as inferred from effects of focal cooling. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 4:145.
Calvin, W. H. (1978). Setting the pace and pattern of discharge: Do CNS neurons vary their sensitivity to external inputs via their repetitive firing processes? Federation Proc. (Symp.) 37:2165-2170.
Calvin, W. H. (1978). Re-excitation in normal and abnormal repetitive firing of CNS neurons. In: Abnormal Neuronal Discharges (N. Chalazonitis and M. Boisson, eds.), Raven Press, New York, pp.49-61.
Calvin, W. H. (1979). Some design features of axons and how neuralgias may defeat them. In: Advances in Pain Research and Therapy (J. Bonica, ed.), 3:297-309.
Calvin, W. H., and Graubard, K. (1979). Styles of neuronal computation. Chapter 29 in: The Neurosciences, Fourth Study Program. Edited by F. O. Schmitt and F. G. Worden. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp.513-524.
Graubard, K., and Calvin, W. H. (1979). Presynaptic dendrites: Implications of spikeless synaptic transmission and dendritic geometry. Chapter 18 in: The Neurosciences, Fourth Study Program. Edited by F. O. Schmitt and F. G. Worden. Cambridge: MIT Press, pp.317-331.
Calvin, W. H., and K. Graubard (1979). Somatic vs dendritic synapses: Membrane resistivity is often unimportant in determining relative strengths. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 5:1690.
Calvin, W. H., and D. A. Turner (1980). Voltage and current transfer along dendrites of lobster stretch receptor neurons. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 6:197.
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.
Turner, D. A., and Calvin, W. H. (1981). Dendritic analysis of lobster stretch receptor neurons: Electrotonic properties with single and distributed inputs. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology 1:189-207.
Calvin, William H. (1981). The throwing theory for language origins. Human Ethology Newsletter 3:17-22.
Graubard, K., and William H. Calvin (1981). Aplysia buccal ganglion motorneurons: Morphology and electrotonic properties. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 7:113.
Calvin, William H. (1982). Book review of: Neurones Without Impulses by A. Roberts and B. M. B. Bush. Journal of Neurobiology 13:199-200.
Calvin, W. H. (1982). Ectopic firing from damaged nerve: Chemo- and mechanosensitivity, afterdischarge and crosstalk. In: Etiology of Idiopathic Low Back Pain (A. A. White III, S. Gordon, eds.), C. V. Mosby: Philadelphia. pp. 433-443.
Calvin, W. H. (1982). To spike or not to spike? Controlling the neuron's rhythm, preventing the ectopic beat. In: Abnormal Nerves and Muscles as Impulse Generators. Edited by W. J. Culp and J. Ochoa. Pages 295-321. New York: Oxford Univ. Press.
Calvin, W. H., Devor, M., and Howe, J. F. (1982). Can neuralgias arise from minor demyelination? Spontaneous firing, mechanosensitivity, and afterdischarge from conducting axons. Experimental Neurology 75:755-763.
Calvin, W. H. (1982). Did throwing stones shape hominid brain evolution? Ethology and Sociobiology 3:115-124.
Calvin, W. H. (1983). Timing sequencers as a foundation for language. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 6(2):210-211.
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.
See also BOOKS
Calvin, W. H. (1984). Precision timing requirements suggest wider brain connections, not more restricted ones. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 7(3):334.
Calvin, W. H. (1984). Fine discrimination as an emergent property of parallel neural circuits. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 10:218.11.
Calvin, W. H. (1986). The great encephalization: Throwing, juvenilization, developmental slowing, and maternal mortality roles in prehuman brain enlargement. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 12:136.9 (abstract; entire text was subsequently published in Human Ethology Newsletter, September 1987).
Calvin, W. H. (1987). On evolutionary expectations of symmetry and toolmaking. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 10:267-268 (June 1987).
Calvin, W. H. (1987). Bootstrapping thought: Is consciousness a Darwinian sidestep? Whole Earth Review 55:22-28 (Summer 1987).
Calvin, W. H. (1987). Darwin machines: Selection among stochastic sequencers in parallel command buffers as a mimic of consciousness. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 13(3):428.16.
Calvin, W. H. (1987). Of fast teeth and big heads. Nature 328:481 (6 August; scientific correspondence).
Calvin, W. H. (1987). The Great Encephalization: Throwing, juvenilization, developmental slowing, and maternal mortality roles in prehuman brain enlargement. Human Ethology Newsletter 5(3):6-8 (September 1987).
Calvin, W. H. (1987). The brain as a Darwin machine. Nature 330:33-34 (5 November).
Calvin, W. H. (1988). Fast Tracks to Intelligence: Considerations from Evolutionary Biology and Neurobiology. In: Bioastronomy - The Next Steps, edited by George Marx (D. Reidel, Dordrecht, Holland), Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Bioastronomy Colloquium 99, Lake Balaton, Hungary (June 1987), pp.237-245.
Calvin, W. H. (1988). The evolutionary sidestep. Whole Earth Review 60:4-9 (Fall 1988).
Calvin, W. H. (1988). Why "Grandmother's Face" and "Command" Neurons Are Rare (Answer: The Fireworks Finale). Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 14:260.
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. (1989). Commentary on "The archaeology of perception." Current Anthropology 30(2):138-139 (April 1989).
Calvin, William H. (1989). Darwinian view of language: A well-formed sentence as analogous to speciation and the immune response. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 15:415.12.
University of Washington School of Medicine
Department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences
Seattle WA 98195-1800 USA.
Click here to send E-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org