Neural spaces: A general framework for the understanding of cognition?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (4):664-665 (2001)
A view is put forward, according to which various aspects of the structure of the world as internalized by the brain take the form of “neural spaces,” a concrete counterpart for Shepard's “abstract” ones. Neural spaces may help us understand better both the representational substrate of cognition and the processes that operate on it. [Shepard].
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