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revised What are ways to explore metamathematics from a cognitive science/neuroscience lens?
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asked What are ways to explore metamathematics from a cognitive science/neuroscience lens?
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asked What topics are included in theoretical cognitive science?
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comment What subjects to study in order to prepare for a research career in theoretical neuroscience?
What should be the subjects to focus on if I were in a neuroscience program? Are you in a graduate program? What topics in physics/maths are you taking?
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comment Overview of Pitts & McCullough (1943) “A logical calculus of the ideas immanent in nervous activity”
I did see it cited in this cognitive neuroscience tutorial paper - ccn.psych.purdue.edu/papers/ccn_in_press.pdf @Nick That is a good point. I'd be curious to understand the same.
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comment Overview of Pitts & McCullough (1943) “A logical calculus of the ideas immanent in nervous activity”
I created an account, but not sure how to link the older questions to it. Sorry about the unintentional spam, I was being lazy about creating an account.
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