Space Time and Number in the Brain

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  • Author : Stanislas Dehaene
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Pages : 374 pages
  • ISBN : 0123859492
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Space Time and Number in the Brain

Space  Time and Number in the Brain
  • Author : Stanislas Dehaene,Elizabeth Brannon
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 13 July 2011
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The study of mathematical cognition and the ways in which the ideas of space, time and number are encoded in brain circuitry has become a fundamental issue for neuroscience. How such encoding differs across cultures and educational level is of further interest in education and neuropsychology. This rapidly expanding field of research is overdue for an interdisciplinary volume such as this, which deals with the neurological and psychological foundations of human numeric capacity. A uniquely integrative work, this volume provides

Space Time Geometries for Motion and Perception in the Brain and the Arts

Space Time Geometries for Motion and Perception in the Brain and the Arts
  • Author : Tamar Flash,Alain Berthoz
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 05 February 2021
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This book is based on a two-day symposium at the Paris Institute of Advanced Study titled "space-time geometries and movement in the brain and the arts". It includes over 20 chapters written by the leading scientists and artists who presented their related research studies at the symposium and includes six sections; the first three focus on space-time geometries in perception, action and memory while the last three focus on specific artistic domains: drawing and painting, dance, music, digital arts and robotics.

Advances in Cognitive Neuroscience of Numerical and Mathematical Processing

Advances in Cognitive Neuroscience of Numerical and Mathematical Processing
  • Author : Filip Van Opstal,Seppe Santens,Daniel Ansari
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release : 12 September 2012
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In this special issue, the most recent advances in the domain of numerical cognition will be presented. During the last decades, our understanding of how numbers are processed increased dramatically with the arrival of different imaging techniques and neurophysiological experiments in humans and monkeys. We are now starting to build up a clearer picture of how numbers are represented in the brain, how this representation develops in the course of a lifetime, how numbers are embedded in other cognitive features

Space and Time Matter and Mind

Space and Time  Matter and Mind
  • Author : Wolfram Schommers
  • Publisher : World Scientific
  • Release : 25 September 1994
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In principle, the elements of space and time cannot be measured. Therefore, the following question arises: How are reality and space-time related to each other? In this book, it is argued on the basis of many facts that reality is not embedded but projected onto space and time. We can never make statements about the actual reality outside (basic reality), but we can ?only? form pictures of it. These are pictures of the same reality on different levels. From this

Towards embodied artificial cognition TIME is on my side

Towards embodied artificial cognition  TIME is on my side
  • Author : Michail Maniadakis,Marc Wittmann, Sylvie Droit-Volet,Yoonsuck Choe
  • Publisher : Frontiers Media SA
  • Release : 05 June 2015
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From the moment of birth, humans and animals are immersed in time: all experiences and actions evolve in time and are dynamically structured. The perception of time is thus a capacity indispensable for the control of perception, cognition and action. The last 10 years have witnessed a remarkable resurgence of interest in timing and time perception, with a continuously increasing number of researchers exploring these innate abilities. However, existing robotic systems largely neglect the key role of time in cognition and

Space Time Computing with Temporal Neural Networks

Space Time Computing with Temporal Neural Networks
  • Author : James E. Smith
  • Publisher : Morgan & Claypool Publishers
  • Release : 18 May 2017
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Understanding and implementing the brain's computational paradigm is the one true grand challenge facing computer researchers. Not only are the brain's computational capabilities far beyond those of conventional computers, its energy efficiency is truly remarkable. This book, written from the perspective of a computer designer and targeted at computer researchers, is intended to give both background and lay out a course of action for studying the brain's computational paradigm. It contains a mix of concepts and ideas drawn from computational

The Oxford Handbook of Numerical Cognition

The Oxford Handbook of Numerical Cognition
  • Author : Roi Cohen Kadosh,Ann Dowker
  • Publisher : Oxford University Press, USA
  • Release : 15 March 2015
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How do we understand numbers? Do animals and babies have numerical abilities? Why do some people fail to grasp numbers, and how we can improve numerical understanding? Numbers are vital to so many areas of life: in science, economics, sports, education, and many aspects of everyday life from infancy onwards. Numerical cognition is a vibrant area that brings together scientists from different and diverse research areas (e.g., neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, developmental psychology, comparative psychology, anthropology, education, and neuroscience) using

The Physical Origin of the Universe

The Physical Origin of the Universe
  • Author : Frank Arca
  • Publisher : iUniverse
  • Release : 01 September 2007
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The thesis of this book is to convey a solution to the physical origin of space-time, matter, the fundamental forces, and the mechanism of perception, by identifying a root from which there is a definite pathway to cognizing the underlying geometric cause from which all reality is therefrom based. This work lies between both physics and philosophy, and thus may be regarded in both categories, but more towards philosophy because such a powerful doctrine, which asserts the origin of the

Exploring Frontiers of the Mind Brain Relationship

Exploring Frontiers of the Mind Brain Relationship
  • Author : Alexander Moreira-Almeida,Franklin Santana Santos
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 25 November 2011
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The conscious mind defines human existence. Many consider the brain as a computer, and they attempt to explain consciousness as emerging at a critical, but unspecified, threshold level of complex computation among neurons. The brain-as-computer model, however, fails to account for phenomenal experience and portrays consciousness as an impotent, after-the-fact epiphenomenon lacking causal power. And the brain-as-computer concept precludes even the remotest possibility of spirituality. As described throughout the history of humankind, seemingly spiritual mental phenomena including transcendent states, near-death

Modeling Waves in a Human Brain by Space time Conservation Element and Solution Element Method

Modeling Waves in a Human Brain by Space time Conservation Element and Solution Element Method
  • Author : Guang Chao Wang
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 25 September 2021
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Abstract: This thesis reports the results of my M.S. research work about applying the space- time Conservation Element and Solution Element (CESE) method to calculate the wave propagation in the human brain. I am concerned with theoretical and numerical simulations of wave propagation based on two models: Fung's model and Iatridis' model. The thesis is divided into two parts.

3 System Theory of the Cognitive Brain

3 System Theory of the Cognitive Brain
  • Author : Olivier Houdé
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 18 January 2019
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3-System Theory of the Cognitive Brain: A Post-Piagetian Approach to Cognitive Development puts forward Olivier Houdé’s 3-System theory of the cognitive brain, based on numerous post-Piagetian psychological and brain imaging data acquired from children and adults. This ground-breaking theory simultaneously anchors itself in a deep understanding of the history of psychology and fuels current debates on thinking, reasoning and cognitive development. Spanning the long-term history of psychology, from Plato and Aristotle to more current experimental psychology, this pioneering work