Robert A. Moss

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The dimensional systems model explains cortical processing on the basis of cortical column interactions, leading to a clinical biopsychological model which involves brain-based psychotherapy integration. The current paper provides a detailed explanation of the interface between these models in relation to psychological treatment. A specific discussion of(More)
There is a growing body of literature describing cases of cognitive impairment associated with both acquired and developmental damage to the cerebellum. The current case study describes such a case involving a 17-year-old male with cerebellar hypoplasia, having incomplete formation of the vermis and atrophy of the interior cerebellar hemispheres. He had(More)
The role of gamma-band synchronization and NMDA receptors in cognitive functions and neuropsychiatric disorders has received increased attention over the past two decades, with significant controversy about their roles. The role of the cortical column as a basic unit in cortical processing has also been debated. The current paper presents the theoretical(More)
Despite the hippocampus being extensively studied, controversy remains as to its role in cognitive processing. The current paper presents a theoretical argument that the hippocampus has only one purpose: the binding of parallel cortical circuits. The paper begins with a discussion of cortical columns as the common binary digit (bit) for all neocortical(More)
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