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Attractor Hypothesis of Associative Cortex: Insights from a Biophysically Detailed Network Model

By Mikael Lundqvist, Pawel Herman and Anders Lansner

Submitted: June 27th 2012Reviewed: February 25th 2013Published: June 19th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/56229

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Mikael Lundqvist, Pawel Herman and Anders Lansner (June 19th 2013). Attractor Hypothesis of Associative Cortex: Insights from a Biophysically Detailed Network Model, Functional Brain Mapping and the Endeavor to Understand the Working Brain Francesco Signorelli, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/56229. Available from:

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