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Un-mixing components of a hierarchical auditory paradigm from eeg source reconstructionUn-mixing components of a hierarchical auditory paradigm from eeg source reconstruction
Adrien Witon (1), Amirali Shirazi-Beheshti (1,2), Howard Bowman. Dehaene–Changeux model
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Title: The Threshold for Conscious Report: Signal Loss and Response Bias in Visual and Frontal Cortex summaryTitle: The Threshold for Conscious Report: Signal Loss and Response Bias in Visual and Frontal Cortex summary
The Threshold for Conscious Report: Signal Loss and Response Bias in Visual and Frontal Cortex. Dehaene–Changeux model
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A deep Learning Model for Long-term Declarative Episodic Memory StorageA deep Learning Model for Long-term Declarative Episodic Memory Storage
Brain is also very adaptive from its past experience and train itself from impulses. We study and review relevant school of thoughts on the topic and find the common grounds. Dehaene–Changeux model
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Neural activity in category-selective regions is modulated by both subjective and physical disappearanceNeural activity in category-selective regions is modulated by both subjective and physical disappearance
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Psychology 1453 – Consciousness: the last frontier of Neuroscience?Psychology 1453 – Consciousness: the last frontier of Neuroscience?
Pre-requisites Psychology 14, mcb 80 or permission of instructor. Dehaene–Changeux model
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Subitizing is Attention Demanding: a hemineglect Case StudySubitizing is Attention Demanding: a hemineglect Case Study
Moreover, the addition of a distracter in the ipsilesional hemifield (i e extinction condition) impairs his subitizing performance in the neglected hemifield, whereas no change occurs in the preserved hemifield. Dehaene–Changeux model
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Contrasting domains in the control of action: the routine and the non-routineContrasting domains in the control of action: the routine and the non-routine
Association Lecture of Attention & Performance XXI: Processes of Change in Brain and Cognitive Development. Dehaene–Changeux model
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Consciousness and Connectionist ModelsConsciousness and Connectionist Models
To Appear In T. Bayne, A. Cleeremans & P. Wilken (Eds.), The Oxford Companion to Consciousness, Oxford: Oxford University Press. Dehaene–Changeux model
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Human cognitive process an ancient indian modelHuman cognitive process an ancient indian model
Varanasi Ramabrahmam, International Vedic Conference on “Contributions of Vedas to the world” 27-30 January 2005. Haridwar. Dehaene–Changeux model
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4495 words Abstract Background4495 words Abstract Background
This finding has frequently been interpreted as indicating a low-level visual deficit. However, more recent models suggest that masking may also involve late and higher-level integrative processes. Dehaene–Changeux model
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Two Varieties of Unconscious ProcessesTwo Varieties of Unconscious Processes
Edelman & Tononi, 2000 . A dynamical systems approach leads to the same hypothesis . Dehaene–Changeux model
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How deliberate, spontaneous and unwanted memories emerge in a computational model of consciousnessHow deliberate, spontaneous and unwanted memories emerge in a computational model of consciousness
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