A neurobiological theory of meaning in perception. Part 1. Information and meaning in nonconvergent and nonlocal brain dynamics (2003)

by Synchrony Among Multicortical Eegs Freeman , Walter J Freeman , Gyöngyi Gaál , Rebecka Jornsten
Venue:Int. J. Bifurc. Chaos
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A neurobiological theory of meaning in perception. Part 1. Information and meaning in nonconvergent and nonlocal brain dynamics –Synchrony Among Multicortical Eegs Freeman, Walter J Freeman, Gyöngyi Gaál, Rebecka Jornsten — 2003 — Int. J. Bifurc. Chaos
2003e] A neurobiological theory of meaning in perception. Part 5. Multicortical patterns of phase modulation in gamma EEG –Walter J Freeman, Brian C. Burke — Int. J. Bifurc. Chaos
2003a] A neurobiological theory of meaning in perception. Part 1. Information and meaning in nonconvergent and nonlocal brain dynamics –Walter J Freeman, Gyöngyi Gaál, Rebecka Jornten — 1987 — Int. J. Bifurc. Chaos
A Neurobiological Theory of Meaning in Perception. Part 1. Information And Meaning in . . . –Walter J Freeman
A neurobiological theory of meaning in perception. Part 1. Information and meaning in nonconvergent and nonlocal brain dynamics –Synchrony Among Multicortical Eegs Freeman, Walter J Freeman, Gyöngyi Gaál, Rebecka Jornten — 2003 — Int. J. Bifurc. Chaos