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Jan
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comment Where can I find good references about the neuronal connections in various areas in the cortex?
Thanks. What I'm wondering about is this: In Ramnani & Owen (2004) and Petrides & Pandya (2007) they note that BA 10 is very isolated from the sensory processing in the cortex, so it is conjectured that it is concerned with integrating result from other areas at a very high level. Yet, BA10 has a thin layer IV which is usually connected to the thalamus in other cortical areas. Hence, I'm wondering what it is connected to, if not to sensory circuitry.
Jan
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comment Where can I find good references about the neuronal connections in various areas in the cortex?
Thanks for the hint. I've skimmed a copy of it but I couldn't find what I am looking for since it is too specific. Just to get an idea of the state of art, is it at all possible to trace the connections to BA 10, layer IV via dissections or scanning methods?
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asked Where can I find good references about the neuronal connections in various areas in the cortex?
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accepted Do subjects with a missing cerebellum have a superior ability to verbalize motion sequences?
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comment What is the name of the bias when one expects you to possess his knowledge?
Inferential distance is also a useful concept closely related to this.
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comment Why do we train the threshold as a weight in neural networks?
Short answer: "Some things cannot be learned without a bias.", for longer answers see: stackoverflow.com/questions/2480650/…
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comment Is it possible to distinguish recall and calculation?
Gosh, why didn't they teach this carry trick in school? Are people insane?