The distributed coding hypothesis the view that complex cognitive functions such as visual perception or memory formation are the work of large networks of neurons in areas of the cerebral cortex is widely accepted in contemporary neuroscience.
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Introduction: Biological Neural Networks (H. Eichenbaum & J. Davis).
Extracellular Recording and Analysis of Neuronal Activity: From Single Cells to Ensembles (Z. Nadasdy, et al.).
The Relationship Between Neuronal Codes and Cortical Organization (B. Richmond & T. Gawne).
Cell Assemblies and the Ghost in the Machine (G. Schoenbaum).
Neuronal Population Coding: Multielectrode Recordings in Primate Cerebral Cortex (D. Lee, et al.).
Motor Cortical Information Processing (J. Si, et al.).
Detection and Identification of Ensemble Codes in Motor Cortex (N. Hatsopoulos, et al.).
Ensemble Recordings and the Nature of Stimulus Representation in Hippocampal Cognitive Maps (H. Tanila & M. Shaprio).
Methods, Results, and Issues Related to Recording Neural Ensembles (R. Hampson & S. Deadwyler).
Neuronal Ensemble Dynamics in Hippocampus and Neocortex During Sleep and Waking (W. Skaggs & B. McNaughton).
Behavioral, Electrophysiological, and Genetic Approaches to the Study of Synaptic Plasticity and Memory (M. Wilson).
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