What Are the Projective Fields of Cortical Neurons?
This chapter proposes a line of research that could help uncover new principles of cortical function. It shows that projective fields of interacting assemblies of neurons provide the basic “keyboard” for the brain's interaction with the world and with itself. By combining information about the receptive and projective fields of cortical neurons, an overall picture should emerge of how autonomous behaviors arise from dynamic brain states.
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