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  • Hemispheric independence in word recognition: evidence from unilateral and bilateral presentations

    We compared behavioral laterality effect in a lexical decision task using cued unilateral or bilateral presentations of different stimuli to normal subjects. The goals were to determine the effects of lexical variables on word recognition in each hemisphere under conditions of maximal independence of information processing in the two hemispheres and to assess the degree of residual interhemispheric effects that can still exist then. Bilateral presentations increased hemispheric independence i...

    Duplication of modules facilitates the evolution of functional specialization

    The evolution of simulated robots with three different architectures is studied. We compared a non-modular feed forward network, a hardwired modular and a duplication-based modular motor control network. We conclude that both modular architectures outperform the non-modular architecture, both in terms of rate of adaptation as well as the level of adaptation achieved. The main difference between the hardwired and duplication-based modular architectures is that in the latter the modules reached...

    The Psychophysics of Synthetic Categorical Perception

    Studies of the categorical perception (CP) of sensory continua have a long and rich history in psychophysics. A major development was Macmillan et al.'s application in 1977 of signal detection theory to analyze several experimental paradigms, in particular explicating the relation between the psychometric labeling function and discrimination measures. Simultaneously, Anderson et al. proposed a neural model for what we will term synthetic CP, yet this line of research has been less well expl...

    Cognitive views of consciousness:What are the facts? How can we explain them?

    At this instant you, the reader, are conscious of some aspects of the act of reading --- the color and texture of THIS PAGE, and perhaps the inner sound of THESE WORDS. But you are probably not aware of the touch of your chair at this instant; nor of a certain background taste in your mouth, nor that monotonous background noise, the soft sound of music, or the complex syntactic processes needed to understand THIS PHRASE; nor are you now aware of your feelings about a friend, the fle...

    Une le├žon de piano, ou la double boucle de l'apprentissage cognitif

    This book is intended as a course support for french DEA/DESS students. Based upon the double loop learning model, the mental object concept is described with its dynamic properties.
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