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THE UTILIZATION OF HOLOGRAPHIC IMAGES, PARALLEL PROCESSES, AND THE HIPPOCAMPUS IN HUMAN MEMORY

By T. Park

Abstract

MEMORY OPERATES VIA SEVERAL COMPONENTS. THE MISCONCEPTION THAT MEMORY IS A UNITARY PROCESS HAS BEEN LONG HELD BY MANY NEUROPHYSIOLOGISTS AS WELL AS PSYCHOLOGISTS FOR YEARS NOW. HOWEVER, MEMORY IS MOST LIKELY THE CONSEQUENCE OF THREE SPECIFIC COMPONENTS: 1) DISTRIBUTED CONNECTIONIST SYSTEM, 2) NEUROLOGICAL, AND 3) THREE DIMENSIONAL HOLOGRAPHY. THE MAIN AIM OF THIS PAPER IS TO PROPOSE THAT MEMORY IS PURELY A COMBINATION OF CEREBROCENTRIC FUNCTION AND PSYCHOLOGICAL PHENOMENA

Topics: Cognitive Psychology
Year: 1991
OAI identifier: oai:cogprints.org:2676

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