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  • The Missing Link between Morphemic Assemblies and Behavioral Responses:a Bayesian Information-Theoretical model of lexical processing

    Moscoso del Prado Martin, Fermin; Aleksandar, Kostic; Dusica, Filipovic-Djurdjevic (2006)
    We present the Bayesian Information-Theoretical (BIT) model of lexical processing: A mathematical model illustrating a novel approach to the modelling of language processes. The model shows how a neurophysiological theory of lexical processing relying on Hebbian association and neural assemblies can directly account for a variety of eects previously observed in behavioral experiments. We develop two information-theoretical measures of the distribution of usages of a word or morpheme. These me...

    Follow My Leader

    Humphrey, Nicholas (2002)
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    From “Oh, OK” to “Ah, yes” to “Aha!”: Hyper-systemizing and the rewards of insight

    Fields, Chris (2010)
    Hyper-systemizers are individuals displaying an unusually strong bias toward systemizing, i.e. toward explaining events and solving problems by appeal to mechanisms that do not involve intentions or agency. Hyper-systemizing in combination with deficit mentalizing ability typically presents clinically as an autistic spectrum disorder; however, the development of hyper-systemizing in combination with normal-range mentalizing ability is not well characterized. A review of anecdotal reports, s...

    Psychophysical Nature

    Velmans, Prof Max (2007)
    There are two quite distinct ways in which events that we normally think of as “physical” relate in an intimate way to events that we normally think of as “psychological”. One intimate relation occurs in exteroception at the point where events in the world become events as-perceived. The other intimate relationship occurs at the interface of conscious experience with its neural correlates in the brain. The chapter examines each of these relationships and positions them within a dual-aspect, r...

    The biopsychology of maternal behavior in nonhuman mammals

    Kristal, Dr. Mark B. (2009)
    The term “maternal behavior,” when applied to nonhuman mammals, includes the behaviors exhibited in preparation for the arrival of newborn, in the care and protection of the newly arrived young, and in the weaning of those young, and represents a complex predictable pattern that is often regarded as a single, comprehensive, species-specific phenomenon. Although the delivering first-time mammalian mother is immediately and appropriately maternal, a maternal “virgin” with no prior exposure to y...
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