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Exercises in Rethinking Innateness: A Handbook for Connectionist Simulations (Neural Network Modeling and Connectionism)

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This book is the companion volume to Rethinking Innateness: A Connectionist Perspective on Development (The MIT Press, 1996), which proposed a new theoretical framework to answer the question "What does it mean to say that a behavior is innate?" The new work provides concrete illustrations--in the form of computer simulations--of properties of connectionist models that are...more
Paperback, 313 pages
Published April 15th 1997 by The MIT Press
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