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Título alternativo: Artificial neural networks and Luria´s neuropsychological theory
Author: León Carrión, José
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Psicología Experimental
Date: 2002
Published in: Revista Española de Neuropsicología, 4 (2-3), 168-178.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Los modelos conexionistas, las redes neuronales artificiales o el procesamiento distribuido en paralelo han captado en los últimos tiempos el interés de los neuropsicólogos. Este interés parece lógico, porque si bien estos modelos tienen un alto gra...
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Connectionist models, artificial neural networks or parallel distributed processing have caught the interest of neuropsychologists.Their interest seem logical, because even if these models have a high level of interdisciplinarity, the conceptual basis is on the research carried out by neurosciences and to a high degree on neuropsychological research. The clearest evidence is when connectionist principles are compared to Luria´s Neuropsychological Theory. Luria´s concept of a functional system and parallel processing seems to be only one concept, though the first one is applied to the brain and the second one to artificial systems. Cerebral blocks, brain plasticity, the origin of superior functions, etc. will be other aspects covered in Luria´s work gathered by artificial models. In general, it can be said that connectionist principles are very close to the neuropsychological research and specifically to the theory developed by A. R. Luria.
Cite: León Carrión, J. (2002). Redes neuronales artificiales y la teoría neuropsicológica de Luria. Revista Española de Neuropsicología, 4 (2-3), 168-178.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11441/67719

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