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    Variability in the severity of developmental disorders: a neurocomputational account of developmental regression in autism

    Thomas, Michael S.C. and Knowland, V.C.P. and Karmiloff-Smith, Annette (2012) Variability in the severity of developmental disorders: a neurocomputational account of developmental regression in autism. In: Davelaar, Eddy J. (ed.) Connectionist Models of Neurocognition and Emergent Behavior: From Theory to Applications. Progress in Neural Processing 20. Singapore: World Scientific, pp. 309-325. ISBN 9789814340359.

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    Book synopsis: This volume collects together most of the papers presented at the Twelfth Neural Computation and Psychology Workshop (NCPW12) held in 2010 at Birkbeck College (England). The conference invited submissions on neurocomputational models of all cognitive and psychological processes. The special theme of this conference was “From Theory to Applications”, which allowed submissions of pure theoretical work and of pure applied work. This topic extended the boundaries of the conference and highlighted the extent to which computational models of cognition and models in general are integrated in the cognitive sciences. The chapters in this book cover a wide range of research topics in neural computation and psychology, including cognitive development, language processing, higher-level cognition, but also ecology-based modeling of cognition, philosophy of science, and real-world applications.

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