Relating the Comprehension Ability to the Neocortex Verbal Areas: A Brief Study
The goal of this article is to summarise how Donald Hebb’s discoveries regarding how the neocortex multilayer neural networks receive and store information help explain the relationship between our sensory perceptions and the words we use to describe them. Summary of how Paul Chauchard’s findings on the relationship between intelligence and the density of the synaptic network of interconnections generated during infancy in the linguistic sections of the neocortex align with Hebb’s findings. Summary of how the automatic correlation mechanics of the neocortex neural network allow the generalisation ability discovered by Ivan Pavlov as being due to the use of articulated languages, and how it also explains why Alfred Korzybski’s reasoning method is so effective in helping to establish a clearer understanding of our environment, with a summary description of the reasoning method.
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SRP – Service de Recherche Pédagogique. Canada.
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