Other brain effects of words

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (2):287-288 (1999)
Pulvermüller's discussion needs more explanation of how the proposed assemblies remain assembled after formation and how they can be accessed later among all the possible assemblies, many of which involve many of the same neurons. Alternative Hebbian strengthening mechanisms may provide additional information, and, developmental studies of the assemblies might provide insights into their evolution.
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