Rethinking Neural Networks: Quantum Fields and Biological Data

Synopsis

The result of the first Appalachian Conference on neurodynamics, this volume focuses on processing in biological neural networks. How do brain processes become organized during decision making? That is, what are the neural antecedents that determine which course of action is to be pursued? Half of the contributions deal with modelling synapto-dendritic and neural ultrastructural processes; the remainder, with laboratory research findings, often cast in terms of the models. The interchanges at the conference and the ensuing publication also provide a foundation for further meetings. These will address how processes in different brain systems, coactive with the neural residues of experience and with sensory input, determine decisions.

Additional information

Contributors:
Includes content by:
  • Michael Stadler
  • Peter Kruse
  • Dale Berger
  • Karl H. Pribram
  • Isaac N. Bankman
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • Hillsdale, NJ
Publication year:
  • 1993