What does semantic tiling of the cortex tell us about semantics?

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Barsalou, Lawrence W.;
  • Publisher: Elsevier

Recent use of voxel-wise modeling in cognitive neuroscience suggests that semantic maps tile the cortex. Although this impressive research establishes distributed cortical areas active during the conceptual processing that underlies semantics, it tells us little about t... View more
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