Book review: Memory, attention and decision-making: aunified computational neuroscience approach. E. T. Rolls.

Martin, G. Neil (2009) Book review: Memory, attention and decision-making: aunified computational neuroscience approach. E. T. Rolls. Applied Cognitive Psychology, 23 (5). pp. 743-745. ISSN 0888-4080

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Abstract

Memory, attention and decision-making is, in the best, most positive way possible, unreadable. It is a majestic work, underpinned by a frightening capacity for memory and research and a sinuous flair for exegesis: it posits a series of neural network models of brain function- emotion, attention, memory, invariant visual perception, decision-making- finally integrated.

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Book details: Memory, attention and decision-making: Aunified computational neuroscience approach E. T. rolls oxford university press, oxford, 2008. no. of pages 804. ISBN 978-0-19-923270-3. (Hardback).

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