Can we explain cross-modal representation with neural algorithms alone?: Commentary on Paillard
|dc.identifier.citation||Elliott, M. A., Gisa Aschersleben, T. B., & Jochen, M. (1999). Can we explain cross-modal representation with neural algorithms alone?: Commentary on Paillard Advances in Psychology (Vol. Volume 129, pp. 117-119): North-Holland.||en|
|dc.description.abstract||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 of a multimodal representation (although accounts are not in agreement as to the cortical origin of this activity: see Giard & Peronnet, 1998; Hackley & Valle-Incián, 1998; Schröger & Widmann, 1998). However the question remains as to the best level of description for this representation.||en|
|dc.relation.ispartofseries||Advances in Psychology;Vol. 129||en|
|dc.title||Can we explain cross-modal representation with neural algorithms alone?: Commentary on Paillard||en|
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