Forum for integrating findings in computational neuroscience across relevant interdisciplinary boundaries
The journal provides a forum for integrating theoretical and experimental findings in computational neuroscience across relevant interdisciplinary boundaries. It aims to make theoretical results and methods accessible to neurobiologists, psychologists and cognitive scientists. Similarly, the rapidly accumulating empirical data in the neurobiological, psychological and cognitive domains will enable theorists to stimulate a synthesis or provoke new models.
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Holdings: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 1990)-present
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