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Topics of Interest[edit]

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Lots of interesting stuff happening about NC of Attention[edit]

Have you seen the recent articles in Psyche ASSC's Ejournal?


Differential Selection Theory[edit]

I have long felt that Dr. Edelman extended his TNGS theory to other parts of the brain, using mechanisms that are only really valid for the Cerebral Cortex. I however believe that other parts of the brain self-organize in a similar manner, so I have suggested the Differential Selection Theory, which states that self-organization in other parts of the brain depends on the architecture of those parts of the brain, and does not rely as heavily on reentry, and Neural Group Selection as it does in the cerebral cortex. As a result we need to look at each part of the brain separately to determine what the principles of self-organization might be for it.--Graeme E. Smith 17:54, 18 February 2009 (UTC)


Housekeeping[edit]

General Layout of Neuropsychology School[edit]

Who's stupid idea was it to put the School name on a Tab?

In WikiVersity Schools are just a way of organizing information, there is no physical bricks and mortar to get uptight about, so we don't need all that much of an administration. When I suggested the idea of having a Dean of each School, I was told, that I had to propose it as a game. My proposed directorship didn't last a day, WikiVersity is a "Collaborative" effort and anyone can take on any role.--Graeme E. Smith 17:30, 2 February 2009 (UTC)

Who's stupid idea was it to name this school Neuropsychology?

I'ts all my fault, at least so far, once we get going, I am hoping that others will want to change things up a little, but for now most of the work has been done by yours truly--Graeme E. Smith 17:30, 2 February 2009 (UTC)