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Can we explain cross-modal representation with neural algorithms alone?: Commentary on Paillard
Recent research in both psychophysics and electrophysiology has revealed a number of examples in which behaviour is guided by (i.e. Spence & Driver, 1996), and brain activity has been argued to correlate with, the formation ...
Synchronization and stimulus timing: Implications for temporal models of visual information processing.
(Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates / Psychology Press (Taylor & Francis), 2004)
In the visual system, objects and object groupings may be initially coded in terms of physically separable attributes or features, representing differential spatial frequencies, orientations, colors, directions of motion, ...
Dynamic Protention: the architecture of real-time cognition for future events
(Springer, Cham, 2019)
For over thirty years now a body of physiological evidence has been acquired which indicates that cognitive operations coordinate via the phase synchronization of neuronal firing. While usually ascribed to ‘binding’, i.e. ...
Time opined: A being in the moment
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2019)
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