from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A course, especially in the central nervous organs, along which a nervous impulse can propagate itself.
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The disturbing forces blocking my proper nerve-path flows flickered and went down, but I could sense them changing, gathering forces, moving into another position to attempt to set up another nerve block.
_ The nerve-path through which a stimulus produces a response or through which one idea produces or evokes another.
It seems that when we are building up a new nerve-path which is to be the basis of a new habit, the nervous energies should not be divided; that the whole available nervous energy should be devoted to the acts which we are repeating.
When one tries to recall the name and it will not come to mind, there is some temporary block or hindrance in the nerve-path that leads from one center to the other and one cannot think of the name till the obstruction is removed.
_ A very simple act brought about by a stimulus through an hereditary nerve-path.
The impressive nerve-path, _o_ _a_ K, is centripetal; the expressive,