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by Stephen José Hanson,Martin Bunzl,Pia Rotschtein,Joy J. Geng,Philipp Sterzer,Rik N. Henson,Rebecca Saxe,Matthew Brett,Nancy Kanwisher,Russell A. Poldrack,James V. Haxby,Edward Vul,Jeanette A. Mumford,Chris Mole,Colin Klein,Gilbert Harman,Clark Glymour,Bharat Biswal,Kalanit Grill-Spector,Jean-Baptiste Poline,Bertrand Thirion,Alexis Roche,Sébastien Meriaux,Adina L. Roskies,Richard Loosemore,Trevor Harley,William Bechtel,Robert C. Richardson,Max Coltheart,Karl J. Friston

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Author: Stephen José Hanson,Martin Bunzl,Pia Rotschtein,Joy J. Geng,Philipp Sterzer,Rik N. Henson,Rebecca Saxe,Matthew Brett,Nancy Kanwisher,Russell A. Poldrack,James V. Haxby,Edward Vul,Jeanette A. Mumford,Chris Mole,Colin Klein,Gilbert Harman,Clark Glymour,Bharat Biswal,Kalanit Grill-Spector,Jean-Baptiste Poline,Bertrand Thirion,Alexis Roche,Sébastien Meriaux,Adina L. Roskies,Richard Loosemore,Trevor Harley,William Bechtel,Robert C. Richardson,Max Coltheart,Karl J. Friston
ISBN: 0262014025
ISBN13: 978-0262014021
Language: English
Publisher: A Bradford Book; New edition (April 30, 2010)
Pages: 328
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Contributors: William Bechtel, Bharat Biswal, Matthew Brett, Martin Bunzl, Max Coltheart, Karl J. Friston, Joy J. Geng, Clark Glymour, Kalanit Grill-Spector, Stephen José Hanson, Trevor Harley, Gilbert Harman, James V. Haxby, Rik N. Henson, Nancy Kanwisher, Colin Klein.

Contributors: William Bechtel, Bharat Biswal, Matthew Brett, Martin Bunzl, Max Coltheart, Karl J. Henson, Nancy Kanwisher, Colin Klein, Richard Loosemore, Sébastien Meriaux, Chris Mole, Jeanette A. Mumford, Russell A. Poldrack, Jean-Baptiste Poline, Richard C. Richardson, Alexis Roche, Adina L. Roskies, Pia. Rotshtein, Rebecca Saxe, Philipp Sterzer, Bertrand Thirion, Edward Vul. A Bradford Book. Скачать (pdf, . 7 Mb) Читать. Epub FB2 mobi txt RTF.

Contributors William Bechtel, Bharat Biswal, Matthew Brett . Martin Bunzl is Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Rutgers University.

Contributors William Bechtel, Bharat Biswal, Matthew Brett, Martin Bunzl, Max Coltheart, Karl J. Geng, Clark Glymour, Kalanit Grill-Spector, Stephen Jose Hanson, Trevor Harley, Gilbert Harman, James V. Henson, Nancy Kanwisher, Colin Klein, Richard Loosemore, Sebastien Meriaux, Chris Mole, Jeanette A. Roskies, Pi.

An exchange about localism, Martin Bunzl, Stephen Jose Hanson, and Russell A. Poldrack Multivariate .

Kalanit Grill-Spector Inter-subject variability in fMRI data : causes, consequences, and related analysis strategies, Jean-Baptiste Poline.

Stephen José Hanson and Martin Bunzl (Ed. Deanne K. Thompson (a1). Published online by Cambridge University Press: 22 February 2011. Export citation Request permission.

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Oxford neurobiologist Colin Blakemore tells Robin McKie why he thinks a mutation in the human brain 200,000 years ago suddenly made us a super-intelligent species. These hand-waving arguments about tiny changes in culture explaining the emergence of such a huge change in brain structure just doesn't hold water.

Authors: Catherine Hanson Stephen José Hanson Joseph Ramsey Clark . Russell A Poldrack Yaroslav O Halchenko Stephen José Hanson. Benjamin Martin Bly Donovan Rebbechi Stephen Jose Hanson Giorgio Grasso. Neuroinformatics 2004 ;2(1):71-100

Authors: Catherine Hanson Stephen José Hanson Joseph Ramsey Clark Glymour. Psychol Sci 2009 Nov 30;20(11):1364-72. Neuroinformatics 2004 ;2(1):71-100. Department of Psychology, Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, USA.

Bunzl graduated from the University of Minnesota, from which he obtained a BA and a P.  .

Connectionist modeling and brain function: the developing interface. Foundational Issues in Human Brain Mapping (Bradford Books). Stephen José Hanson, Martin Bunzl. 1 Mb. Category: Neurosciences.

This book is about the revolutionary discovery that the human brain can change itself, as told through the stories of the scientists, doctors, and patients who have together brought about these astonishing transformations. Without operations or medications, they have made use of the brain's hitherto unknown ability to change.

Neuroimagers and philosophers of mind explore critical issues and controversies that have arisen from the use of brain mapping in cognitive neuroscience and cognitive science.

The field of neuroimaging has reached a watershed. Brain imaging research has been the source of many advances in cognitive neuroscience and cognitive science over the last decade, but recent critiques and emerging trends are raising foundational issues of methodology, measurement, and theory. Indeed, concerns over interpretation of brain maps have created serious controversies in social neuroscience, and, more important, point to a larger set of issues that lie at the heart of the entire brain mapping enterprise. In this volume, leading scholars―neuroimagers and philosophers of mind―reexamine these central issues and explore current controversies that have arisen in cognitive science, cognitive neuroscience, computer science, and signal processing. The contributors address both statistical and dynamical analysis and modeling of neuroimaging data and interpretation, discussing localization, modularity, and neuroimagers' tacit assumptions about how these two phenomena are related; controversies over correlation of fMRI data and social attributions (recently characterized for good or ill as "voodoo correlations"); and the standard inferential design approach in neuroimaging. Finally, the contributors take a more philosophical perspective, considering the nature of measurement in brain imaging, and offer a framework for novel neuroimaging data structures (effective and functional connectivity―"graphs").

ContributorsWilliam Bechtel, Bharat Biswal, Matthew Brett, Martin Bunzl, Max Coltheart, Karl J. Friston, Joy J. Geng, Clark Glymour, Kalanit Grill-Spector, Stephen José Hanson, Trevor Harley, Gilbert Harman, James V. Haxby, Rik N. Henson, Nancy Kanwisher, Colin Klein, Richard Loosemore, Sébastien Meriaux, Chris Mole, Jeanette A. Mumford, Russell A. Poldrack, Jean-Baptiste Poline, Richard C. Richardson, Alexis Roche, Adina L. Roskies, Pia Rotshtein, Rebecca Saxe, Philipp Sterzer, Bertrand Thirion, Edward Vul

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