Some remarks on an experiment suggesting quantum-like behavior of cognitive entities and formulation of an abstract quantum mechanical formalism to describe cognitive entity and its dynamics

  title={Some remarks on an experiment suggesting quantum-like behavior of cognitive entities and formulation of an abstract quantum mechanical formalism to describe cognitive entity and its dynamics},
  author={Elio Conte and Orlando Todarello and Antonio Federici and Francesco Vitiello and Michele Lopane and Andrei Yu. Khrennikov and Joseph P. Zbilut},
  journal={Chaos Solitons \& Fractals},

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