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  • In this paper I first consider a neurofunctional approach to the study of amnesic patients. This approach stresses the need for theorising about the processing operations of brain regions and circuits rather than for theorising about neuropsychological syndromes. A syndrome-such as amnesia-may not exist, in any meaningful sense, if there is marked heterogeneity within the patients grouped together in this way. Powerful neuroimaging techniques may now allow a more useful basis for grouping patients in terms of lesion location rather than aetiology. In turn this will allow an evaluation of the information processing functions subserved by the lesioned structures. The second strand to the present paper stresses the weakness in the specification of current theories. This has made it difficult to select experimental tasks that decisively measure the key components of those theories. The paper makes the case that explicit neural network models are a useful way to try to overcome this problem. In line with these... ()
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  • 41 ()
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  • 2016-06-24 ()
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  • 10.1080/741941146 ()
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  • 300 ()
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  • 71 ()
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  • en ()
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  • 1997-01-01 ()
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  • Taylor & Francis Group ()
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  • 21423 ()
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  • 48 ()
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  • 255 ()
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  • New approaches to the study of amnesic patients: what can a neurofunctional philosophy and neural network methods offer? ()
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  • 5 ()

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