Synopses & Reviews
Based upon a conference held in May 1993, this book discusses the intersection of neurobiology, cognitive psychology and computational approaches to cognition.
Table of Contents
Mental processes ad brain architecture: confronting the complex adaptive systems of human thought (an overview) / Jerome L. Singer -- Complex adaptive systems / Murray Gell-Mann -- New decomposability and complexity: how a mind resides in a brain / Herbert A. Simon -- Can there be a unified theory of complex adaptive systems? / John H. Holland -- Neurobiology of mental representation / Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic -- The organization of memory / Larry R. Squire and Barbara J. Knowlton -- Can neurobiology teach us anything about consciousness? / Patricia Smith Churchland -- The rediscovery of the unconscious / John F. Kihlstrom -- Affects and neuro-modulation: a connectionist approach / David Rumelhart -- Thinking away and ahead / John Antrobus -- Natural learning, natural teaching: changing human memory / Roger C. Schank and John B. Cleave -- Does mind piggyback on robotic and symbolic capacity? / Stevan Harnad -- Evolution as an algorithm--the ultimate insult? / Daniel C. Dennett.