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Computational Cognitive Neuroscience

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Computational Cognitive Neuroscience
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Publisher: University of Colorado Boulder
ISBN/ASIN: B007H9YWAG
Number of pages: 167

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Introduction to computer modeling of the brain, to understand how people think. Networks of interacting neurons produce complex emergent behavior including perception, attention, motor control, learning, memory, language, and executive functions (motivation, decision making, planning, etc).

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