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Systems neuroscience studies systems, such as the visual sensory system - from the light (input) to the cortical representation. Systems neuroscience generally implies an integrated approach that includes fundamental or basic neuroscience - the study of cellular and molecular functions of the nervous system(s) - and typically borders to behavioral or ...


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I think you have sliced off tiny bits of both systems and computational neuroscience to the extent that you now think they are the same. In fact, they are massively different. The is no need to analyze the brain and its systematic functionality by computational approaches; there are lots of non-computational approaches to study the brain and its systematic ...



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