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Principles of Minimal Cognition: Casting Cognition as Sensorimotor Coordination
We argue that minimal cognition is better explicated as a much more general biological phenomenon, allowing the lower bound of cognition to extend much further down the phylogenetic scale. Expand
What nervous systems do: early evolution, input–output, and the skin brain thesis
Nervous systems are standardly interpreted as information processing input–output devices. Expand
Phylogenetic origins of biological cognition: convergent patterns in the early evolution of learning.
- M. V. Duijn
- 1 June 2017
Various forms of elementary learning have recently been discovered in organisms lacking a nervous system, such as protists, fungi and plants. This finding has fundamental implications for how we view… Expand
The biocognitive spectrum : biological cognition as variations on sensorimotor coordination
- M. V. Duijn
Een centrale claim in Van Duijns dissertatie is dat de fylogenetische basis van biocognitie ligt in sensorimotorcoordinatie: het vermogen van organismen om zich voort te bewegen en zich te orienteren… Expand
Phase I and pharmacoklnetic (PK) study of irinotecan (CPT-11) and cisplatin in patients with solid tumors: Preliminary results