Sarah Gingell

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Marr's proposal for the functioning of the neocortex (Marr, 1970) is the least known of his various theories for specific neural circuitries. He suggested that the neocortex learns by self-organization to extract the structure from the patterns of activity incident upon it. He proposed a feedforward neural network in which the connections to the output(More)
A number of reliable techniques have been described that can parcellate temporal neo-cortex from MRI images to preserve topographical characteristics of individual brains, but these tend to use in-house software. We describe here an adaptation of the methods previously described by Kim et al. [Kim, J.J., Crespo-Facorro, B., Andreasen, N.C., O'Leary, D.S.,(More)
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