- Cohen, Gillian.
- Johnston, Robert A.
- Plunkett, Kim
- Open University.
- Brain damage
- Neural networks (Neurobiology)
- 1841692182 (pbk.) :
- 9781841692180 (pbk.) :
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- Originally published: 2000.
- Published in association with the Open University.
- Includes bibliographies and index.
- Section I - R.A. Johnston, studies in visual recognition. Part 1 R.A. Johnston, object recognition: opening boxes: E.M.E. Forde, G.W. Humphreys, category-specific recognition impairments - a review of important case studies and influential theories; M.J. Farah, J.L. McClelland, a computational model of semantic memory impairment - modality specificity and emergent category specificity; J.T. Devlin, L.M. Gonnerman, E.S. Andersen, M.S. Seidenberg, category-specific semantic deficits in focal and widespread brain damage - a computational account. Part 2 R.A. Johnston, face recognition - mapping routes: J.E. McNeil, E.K. Warrington, prosopagnosia - a face-specific disorder; A.W. Young, D. Hellawell, E.H.F. De Haan, cross-domain semantic priming in normal subjects and a prosopagnosic patient; A.M. Burton, A.W. Young, V. Bruce, R.A. Johnston, A.W. Ellis, understanding covert recognition; M.J. Farah, R.C. O'Reilly, S.P. Vecera, dissociated overt and covert recognition as an emergent property of a lesioned neural network; A.M. Burton, A.W. Young, simulation and explanation - some harmony and some discord. Section II G. Cohen, studies in language processes. Part 3 K. Plunkett, G. Cohen, speech production - rules and rehabilitation: V.A. Marchman, constraints on plasticity in a connectionist model of the English past tense; W. Marslen-Wilson, L.K. Tyler, rules, representations, and the English past tense; P. Juola, K. Plunkett, why double dissociations don't mean much; M. Martin, E.M. Saffran, G.S. Dell, recovery in deep dysphasia - evidence for a relation between auditory-verbal STM capacity and lexical errors in repetition. Part 4 P. Naish, reading - modelling the deficits: M. Coltheart, B. Curtis, P. Atkins, M. Haller, models of reading aloud - dual-route and parallel-distributed-processing approaches; G.E. Hinton, D.C. Plaut, T. Shallice, simulating brain damage; K. Mayall, G.W. Humphreys, covert recognition in a connectionist model of pure alexia. G. Cohen, overview.
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