Ashish Gupta

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Cognitive psychologists have long recognized that the acquisition of a motor skill involves a transition from attention-demanding controlled processing to more fluent automatic processing. Neurosci-entific studies suggest that controlled and automatic processing rely on two largely distinct neural pathways. The controlled pathway, which includes the(More)
Traditional artificial neural network models of learning suffer from catastrophic interference. They are commonly trained to perform only one specific task, and when trained on a new task, they forget the original task completely. It has been shown that the foundational neu-rocomputational principles embodied by the Leabra cognitive modeling framework are(More)
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