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245 00 23 problems in systems neuroscience /|cedited by J. Leo 
       van Hemmen and Terrence J. Sejnowski. 
246 3  Twenty three problems in systems neuroscience 
264  1 Oxford ;|aNew York :|bOxford University Press,|c2006. 
300    1 online resource (xvi, 514 pages) :|billustrations (some 
       color), maps (some color). 
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490 1  Computational neuroscience 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0  pt. I. How have brains evolved? Shall we even understand 
       the fly's brain? / Gilles Laurent -- Can we understand the
       action of brains in natural environments? / Hermann Wagner
       and Bernhard Gaese -- Hemisphere dominance of brain 
       function -- which functions are lateralized and why? / 
       Gunter Ehret -- pt. II. How is the cerebral cortex 
       organized? What is the function of the thalamus? / S. 
       Murray Sherman -- What is a neuronal map, how does it 
       arise, and what is it good for? / J. Leo van Hemmen -- 
       What is fed back? / Jean Bullier -- How can the brain be 
       so fast? / Wulfram Gerstner -- What is the neural code? / 
       C. van Vreeswijk -- Are single cortical neurons soloists 
       or are they obedient members of a huge orchestra? / Tal 
       Kenet [and others] -- What is the other 85 percent of V1 
       doing? / Bruno A. Olshausen and David J. Field -- pt. IV. 
       What can brains compute? Which computation runs in visual 
       cortical columns? / Steven W. Zucker -- Are neurons 
       adapted for specific computations? Examples from temporal 
       coding in the auditory system / C.E. Car [and others]. 
505 0  How is time represented in the brain? / Andreas V.M. Herz 
       -- How general are neural codes in sensory systems? / 
       David McAlpine and Alan R. Palmer -- How does the hearing 
       system perform auditory scene analysis? / Georg M. Klump -
       - How does our visual system achieve shift and size 
       invariance? / Laurenz Wiskott -- pt. V. Organization of 
       cognitive systems. What is reflected in sensory 
       neocortical activity: external stimuli or what the cortex 
       does with them? / Henning Scheich [and others] -- Do 
       perception and action result from different brain 
       circuits? The three visual systems hypothesis / Giacomo 
       Rizzolatti and Vittorio Gallese -- What are the projective
       fields of cortical neurons? / Terrence J. Sejnowski -- How
       are the features of objects integrated into perceptual 
       wholes that are selected by attention? / John H. Reynolds 
       -- Where are the switches on this thing? / L.F. Abbott -- 
       Synesthesia: what does it tell us about the emergence of 
       qualia, metaphor, abstract thought, and language? / V.S. 
       Ramachandran and Edward M. Hubbard -- What are the 
       neuronal correlates of consciousness? / Francis C. Crick 
       and Christof Koch. 
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520 8  The complexity of the brain and the protean nature of 
       behaviour remain the most elusive but important area of 
       science. The editors invited 23 experts from the many 
       areas of systems neuroscience to formulate one problem 
       each. Together, they provide a useful roadmap to the 
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588 0  Print version record. 
650  0 Neurobiology.|0
650  0 Biological systems.|0
650 12 Neurosciences.|0 
650 22 Brain|xanatomy & histology.|0
650 22 Brain|xphysiology.|0
650 22 Mental Processes|xphysiology.|0
650 22 Nervous System Physiological Phenomena.|0https:// 
655  4 Electronic books. 
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700 1  Sejnowski, Terrence J.|q(Terrence Joseph)|0http:// 
710 2  Ohio Library and Information Network.|0
776 08 |iPrint version:|t23 problems in systems neuroscience.
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