Re: Temporary binding of description (Neil Todd )

Subject: Re: Temporary binding of description
From:    Neil Todd  <todd(at)HERA.PSY.MAN.AC.UK>
Date:    Wed, 21 May 1997 22:05:42 +0100

Dear Edward I am sorry that you feel that way about my contribution, but as far as I can see thus, far I have been the only person to offer a solution to the problem of the independent habituation of a shared word left and right in terms of the brain. It seems to me quite sensible to look to the literature on aphasia to answer the question how words are represented in the brain in relation to perceptual objects. Further, in order to properly understand the way words are represented in the human brain it makes more than sense to compare the human brain with that of an ape which does not have words, but does have a highly developed symbolic capacity. With best wishes Dr Neil Todd Lecturer in Psychology Department of Psychology University of Manchester M13 9PL UK

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