Parallel Distributed Processing Vol 2. Psychological & Biological Models
David E. Rumelhart, James L. McClelland (eds), 1986

Preface to Volume 2

Part IV. Psychological Processes

14. Schemata and Sequential Thought Processes in PDP Models
D. E. Rumelhart, P. Smolensky, J. L. McClelland, and G. E. Hinton

15. Interactive Processes in Speech Perception: The TRACE Model
J. L. McClelland and J. L. Elman

16. The Programmable Blackboard Model of Reading
J. L. McClelland

17. A Distributed Model of Human Learning and Memory
J. L. McClelland and D. E. Rumelhart

18. On Learning the Past Tenses of English Verbs
D. E. Rumelhart and J. L. McClelland

19. Mechanisms of Sentence Processing: Assigning Roles to Constituents
J. L. McClelland and A. H. Kawamoto

Part V. Biological Mechanisms

20. Certain Aspects of the Anatomy and Physiology of the Cerebral Cortex
F. H. C. Crick and C. Asanuma

21. Open Questions About Computation in Cerebral Cortex
T. J. Sejnowski

22. Neural and Conceptual Interpretation of PDP Models
P. Smolensky

23. Biologically Plausible Models of Place Recognition and Goal Location
D. Zipser

24. State-Dependent Factors Influencing Neural Plasticity: A Partial Account of the Critical Period
P. W. Munro

25. Amnesia and Distributed Memory
J. L. McClelland and D. E. Rumelhart

Part VI. Conclusion

26. Reflections on Cognition and Parallel Distributed Processing
D. A. Norman

Future Directions

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