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For questions regarding the study of the underlying neural substrates of cognition, especially those at the crossroads of psychology and neurobiology

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Both of these terms describe the inability to perceive more than one object at a time. I'm not too sure what the big difference is between them. Note that I'm referring to 'extinction' as used in neur …
asked Mar 11 '15 by RECURSIVE FARTS
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Neural repetition suppression seems to be describing behavioral habituation on a neuronal level. What's the difference between these two terms?
asked Feb 27 '15 by RECURSIVE FARTS
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We can identify many kinds of patterns of how neurons connect such as lateral inhibition, negative/positive feedback, convergence, divergence, and facilitation. But have any of these circuits been use …
asked Jan 7 '16 by RECURSIVE FARTS
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I suspect that the difference between these terms may vary from researcher to researcher, since the wikipedia page treats them as synonymous. What's the difference between executive functioning and co …
asked Apr 16 '15 by RECURSIVE FARTS