Ivan Vankov

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Previous studies show that eye movement trajectory curves away from a remembered visual location if a saccade needs to be made in the same direction as the location. Data suggest that part of the process of maintaining the location in working memory is the mental simulation of that location, so that the oculomotor system treats the remembered location as a(More)
Numerous behavioral and neuro-imaging studies have demonstrated that the motor system is activated when people are presented with manipulable objects. However it remains a matter of debate whether these results should be interpreted as evidence that certain conceptual processes employ motor programs. In order to address this issue, we conducted two(More)
This paper presents a series of simulations performed with the AMBR model that demonstrate how deduction, induction, and analogy can emerge from the interaction of several simple mechanisms. First, a case of deductive reasoning is demonstrated when a problem is solved based on general knowledge. The system represents the target in different ways depending(More)
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