Re-assembling the brain: Are cell assemblies the brain's language for recovery of function?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (2):284-284 (1999)
Holistically ignited Hebbian models are fundamentally different from the serially organized connectionist implementations of language. This may be important for the recovery of language after injury, because connectionist models have provided useful insights into recovery of some cognitive functions. I ask whether cell assembly modelling can make an important contribution and whether the apparent incompatibility with successful connectionist modelling is a problem.
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