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    Ralph-Axel Müller (1996). Innateness, Autonomy, Universality? Neurobiological Approaches to Language. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (4):611.
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    Ralph-Axel Müller (2006). Blackboards in the Brain. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 29 (1):81-81.
    Although van der Velde's de Kamps's (vdV&dK) attempt to put syntactic processing into a broader context of combinatorial cognition is promising, their coverage of neuroscientific evidence is disappointing. Neither their case against binding by temporal coherence nor their arguments against recurrent neural networks are compelling. As an alternative, vdV&dK propose a blackboard model that is based on the assumption of special processors (e.g., lexical versus grammatical), but evidence from the cognitive neuroscience of language, which is, overall, less than supportive of (...)
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    Ralph-Axel Müller (1996). The Epigenesis of Regional Specificity. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (4):650.
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    Ralph-Axel Müller (2002). Weak Evidence for a Strong Case Against Modularity in Developmental Disorders. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (6):764-765.
    Thomas & Karmiloff- Smith provide evidence from computational modeling against modular assumptions of “Residual Normality” in developmental disorders. Even though I agree with their criticism, I find their choice of empirical evidence disappointing. Cognitive neuroscience cannot as yet provide a complete understanding of most developmental disorders, but what is known is more than enough to debunk the idea of RN.
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  5. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 9. Autorenverzeichnis. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 434-436.
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  6. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 5. Auf der Suche nach den neuralen Modulen. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 188-366.
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  7. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). Backmatter. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 444-444.
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  8. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 3. Chomsky, Fodor, Piaget: Modularismus und Holismus in Linguistik und Kognitiver Psychologie. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 58-170.
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  9. Ralph-Axel Müller, Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung.
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  10. Ralph-Axel Müller (ed.) (1991). Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter.
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  11. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 1. Einleitung. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 1-5.
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  12. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). Frontmatter. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter
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  13. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 4. Funktionalismus und Reduktionismus. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 171-187.
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  14. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 7. Fazit und Perspektiven. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 399-408.
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  15. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 6. Künstliche Modularität. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 367-398.
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  16. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 8. Literatur. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 409-433.
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  17. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 10. Sachverzeichnis. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 437-443.
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  18. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). Vorwort. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter
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  19. Ralph-Axel Müller (1991). 2. Zur Geschichte des Paradigmenkonflikts in Neurologie und Aphasiologie. In Der Teilbare Geist: Modularismus Und Holismus in der Kognitionsforschung. De Gruyter 6-57.
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  20. Ralph-Axel Müller (2000). A Big “Housing” Problem and a Trace of Neuroimaging: Broca's Area is More Than a Transformation Center. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (1):42-42.
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  21. Ralph-Axel Müller (1999). Homology, Neurogenetic Imprecision, and Lesional Complexity. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (3):573-574.
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