How to decide whether a neural representation is a cognitive concept?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (4):641-642 (1995)
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A distinction should be made between the formation of stimulus-driven associations and cognitive concepts. To test the learning mode of a neural network, we propose a simple and classic input-output test: the discrimination shift task. Feed-forward PDP models appear to form stimulus-driven associations. A Hopfield network should be extended to apply the test.



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