Neuroscience and Connectionist Theory

Synopsis

Written for cognitive scientists, psychologists, computer scientists, engineers, and neuroscientists, this book provides an accessible overview of how computational network models are being used to model neurobiological phenomena. Each chapter presents a representative example of how biological data and network models interact with the authors' research. The biological phenomena cover network- or circuit-level phenomena in humans and other higher-order vertebrates.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Lynn Nadel
  • Mark F. Bear
  • Leon N. Cooper
  • Richard Granger
  • José Ambros-ingerson
  • Lynn Nadel
  • Mark F. Bear
  • Leon N. Cooper
  • Richard Granger
  • José Ambros-ingerson
  • Ursula Staubli
  • Gary Lynch
  • Mark A. Gluck
  • Eric S. Reifsnider
  • Richard F. Thompson
  • William B. Levy
  • Costa M. Colbert
  • Nancy L. Desmond
  • H. Taichi Wang
  • Bimal Mathur
  • Christof Koch
  • Kenneth D. Miller
  • David Zipser
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Hillsdale, NJ
Publication year:
  • 1990