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  1. Neural Models That Convince: Model Hierarchies and Other Strategies to Bridge the Gap Between Behavior and the Brain.Martijn Meeter, Janneke Jehee & Jaap Murre - 2007 - Philosophical Psychology 20 (6):749 – 772.
    Computational modeling of the brain holds great promise as a bridge from brain to behavior. To fulfill this promise, however, it is not enough for models to be 'biologically plausible': models must be structurally accurate. Here, we analyze what this entails for so-called psychobiological models, models that address behavior as well as brain function in some detail. Structural accuracy may be supported by (1) a model's a priori plausibility, which comes from a reliance on evidence-based assumptions, (2) fitting existing data, (...)
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  • Common Scaling Laws for City Highway Systems and the Mammalian Neocortex.Mark A. Changizi & Marc Destefano - 2010 - Complexity 15 (3):NA-NA.