Towards computational and robotic modelling of animal cognition and behavior

@article{Shin2002TowardsCA,
  title={Towards computational and robotic modelling of animal cognition and behavior},
  author={Jonghan Shin},
  journal={Neurocomputing},
  year={2002},
  volume={44-46},
  pages={985-992}
}
Not only the issue of the dissociation between motor functions and cognitive functions, but also the issue of the interaction between these two systems has long been a matter of interest. To clarify long-running controversial arguments between cognitive processes, motor activity, P300 event-related potential and theta oscillation, we conducted behavioral and electrophysiological experiments using rats trained to perform auditory discrimination oddball paradigm. We found that the dynamics of on… CONTINUE READING

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