2000: How neurons mean: A neurocomputational theory of representational content

by Chris Eliasmith , William Bechtel , Andy Brook , Andy Clark , Pete M , Dominic Murphy , Steve Peterson , Jesse Prinz , David Van Essen , William Wimsatt , Chase Wrenn , Provided Insightful , Andy Clark , Steve Peterson , Jesse Prinz , Pepa Toribio , David Van Essen , William Wimsatt
Venue:Washington University, St. Louis
Citations:6 - 3 self

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