By P. Churchland, T. Sejnowski
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Current Biology) Review papers on subfields in neuroscience. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience. Quarterly journal (MIT Press). Articles on systems neuroscience with emphasis on cognitive processing. Seminars in Neuroscience. Quarterly journal (Saunders). Each issue is on a special topic in neuroscience. Trends in Neurosciences. Monthly journal (Elsevier). Contains brief but very useful reviews of special topics and is a good source of up-to-date references to the literature. Concepts in Neuroscience.
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For example, Goldman-Rakic (1987) has shown that in the monkey projections from parietal cortex to target areas in the prefrontal cortex, such as the principal sulcus, preserve the topographic order of the source neurons. Maps of the surface of the body in the brain are formed during development by projections that become ordered, in part, through competitive interactions between adjacent fibers in the target maps (see chapter 5). Some of the neurons undergo cell death during this period, and with the possible exception of olfactory receptors, no new neurons are formed in the mature mammal (Cowan et al.
The Computational Brain by P. Churchland, T. Sejnowski