Parallel Distributed Processing: Implications for Psychology and Neurobiology: edited by R. G. M. Morris, Oxford University Press, 1989. £40.00 (x + 339 pages) ISBN 0 19 852178 2

@article{Wolters1990ParallelDP,
  title={Parallel Distributed Processing: Implications for Psychology and Neurobiology: edited by R. G. M. Morris, Oxford University Press, 1989. £40.00 (x + 339 pages) ISBN 0 19 852178 2},
  author={Gezinus Wolters},
  journal={Trends in Neurosciences},
  year={1990},
  volume={13},
  pages={435-436}
}
ingly or possibly related phenomena, such as cross-modal associations in non-synesthetic individuals and in figurative language (after all, in some literary circles, 'synesthesia' is understood to refer to rhetorical tropes, and the perceptual phenomenon is unknown). Fair enough. But given the differences in breadth of definition, it is crucial, to avoid mischief, to know whose definitions are being used. In places, it is unclear whether the author is using his own definitions or those of… CONTINUE READING