ALL OR NOTHING PRINCIPLE 1)
Stimulus-response situation in which response is unavoidably total, or nought.
J.C. TABARY notes: "Particularly at the sensorial neurons level, a univocal response appears when sufficient number of membranous receivers are simultaneouly stimulated.
"The organism is informed about the receivers stationary state, but not on the peculiar characteristics of the stimulating event itself. Considering that, very generally, there are only two possible states: information is really restricted to one bit only". (1989, p.278)
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