Cell assemblies as building blocks of larger cognitive structures

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (2):292-293 (1999)
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Pulvermüller's work in extending Hebb's theory into the realm of language is exciting. However, we feel that what he characterizes as a single cell assembly is actually a set of cooperating cell assemblies that form parts of larger cognitive structures. These larger structures account more easily for a variety of phenomena, including the psycholinguistic.



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