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comment What is the bias/thought process that results in distrust of “formal” knowledge in favor of “folk” knowledge?
I think either your understanding of the word "folk" is wrong in this context, or you've chosen an unfortunate word. What you are talking about is pseudoscience, which is different from the concept of folk science.
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revised Neural networks with biologically plausible accounts of neurogenesis
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comment Neural networks with biologically plausible accounts of neurogenesis
I notice that this question was asked a while ago. I would be interested to hear anything you may have come up with since then.
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answered Neural networks with biologically plausible accounts of neurogenesis
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revised Can neural spiking in an organism temporarily cease?
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comment Can neural spiking in an organism temporarily cease?
@Artem Thanks Artem :) I look forward to being here.
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answered Can one incubate on a specific idea in one's sleep?
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answered Encoding of abstract concepts in memory
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answered Can neural spiking in an organism temporarily cease?