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Learning As Self-organization by Joseph S. King, Karl H. Pribram

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Biological Plausibility of Synaptic Associative Memory Models

Daniel L. Alkon, Kim T. Blackwell, Garth S. Barbour, Susan A. Werness, and Thomas P. Vogl

Biological Plausibility of Synaptic Associative Memory Models

DANIEL L. ALKON, KIM T. BLACKWELL, GARTH S. BARBOUR, SUSAN A. WERNESS, AND THOMAS P. VOGL

Laboratory of Adaptive Systems, NINDS and The Environmental Institute of Michigan

AbstractObservations in brains of neuronal networks that subserve associative learning in living organisms have been exceedingly sparse until the past decade. Recently, some fundamental biophysical and biochemical properties of biological neural networks that demonstrate associative learning have been revealed in the marine mollusc, Hermissenda crassicornis. ...

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