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Graziano's CV

Leapfrog Press, Teaticket MA. Graziano MSA (2008) The Intelligent Movement Machine: An Ethological Perspective on the. Primate Motor System. Oxford University Press, Oxford UK. 2. Novels. Graziano MSA (2012) Death My Own Way. Leapfrog Press, Teaticket MA. Graziano MSA (2009) The Divine Farce. Leapfrog Press ...

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The motor cortex re-imagined

BOOK REVIEW. Reza Shadmehr is at the Department of Biomedical Engineering ,. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, USA. e-mail: [email protected] The motor cortex re-imagined. The Intelligent Movement Machine: An Ethological Perspective on the. Primate Motor System by Michael S A Graziano.

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Autonomous head-mounted electrophysiology systems for freely

Jul 23, 2010 ... Available online at www.sciencedirect.com. Autonomous head-mounted electrophysiology systems for freely behaving primates. Vikash Gilja. 1,6. , Cindy A Chestek. 2,6 ... primate brain during sensory, motor, and cognitive tasks. [1,2]. ...... Graziano M: The Intelligent Movement Machine: An Ethological.

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Autonomous Semantic Grounding Through Sensorimotor Learning

Fuster, J. M. (1997). The Prefrontal Cortex: Anatomy, Physiology, and the Frontal Lobe. Lippencott-Raven. Third edition. Graziano, M. (2009). The Intelligent Movement Machine: An Ethological Perspective on the Primate Motor System. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press. Harnad, S. (1990). The symbol grounding problem.

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Motor Cortex Maturation Is Associated with Reductions in Recurrent

Mar 18, 2015 ... function. Child Dev 58:601– 622. CrossRef Medline. Graziano MS (2008) The intelligent movement machine: an ethological perspective on the primate motor system. New York: Oxford UP. Graziano MS, Taylor CS, Moore T (2002) Complex movements evoked by mircostimulation of precentral cortex.

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Laser-Evoked Vertex Potentials Predict Defensive Motor Actions

Aug 6, 2015 ... The intelligent movement machine: an ethological perspective on the primate motor system. Oxford: Oxford University Press. Graziano MS, Cooke DF. 2006. Parieto-frontal interactions, per- sonal space, and defensive behavior. Neuropsychologia. 44:845–859. Hu L, Cai MM, Xiao P, Luo F, Iannetti GD.

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Principles of Encoding Motor Commands in Travelling Waves of

Jun 24, 2013 ... The intelligent movement machine: an ethological perspective on the pri- mate motor system. Oxford University Press, USA. Gutkin, B., Laing, C., Colby, C., Chow, C., & Ermentrout, G. (2001). Turning on and off with ex- citation: the role of spike-timing asynchrony and synchrony in sustained neural activity.

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The Two-Dimensional Organization of Behavior

unique perspective on hierarchical behavior. ... motor behavior. The mot system is a framework for investi- gating reinforcement-learning agents composed of a very large number (ideally thousands or millions) of learning modules, though here we ..... [4] M. Graziano, The Intelligent Movement Machine: An Ethological Per-.

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Human Ethology Bulletin, 2008

Gazzaniga, M. S. Human: The Science Behind. What Makes Us Unique. Ecco, 2008, 464 pp. ISBN: 0060892889. Graziano, M. The Intelligent Movement. Machine: An Ethological Perspective on the. Primate Motor System. Oxford University. Press, 2008, 240 pp. ISBN: 0195326709. Levitin, D. J. The World in Six Songs: How ...

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Untitled

Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 978-0-19-532659-8. 1. Primates—Nervous system. 2. Primates—Psychology. 3. Primates—Behavior. I. Platt, Michael L. II. .... Vision: A Neuroethological Perspective. Benjamin Y. Hayden ... Ethologically Relevant Movements Mapped on the Motor Cortex. Michael S. A. ...

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Robotics and Neuroscience

Sep 22, 2014 ... In the attempt to build adaptive and intelligent machines, roboticists have looked ... and a control system producing motor actions from sensory data. ... and primates. Invertebrates. Invertebrates produce more stereotyped behaviours and are easier to manipulate than most vertebrates, making them suitable ...

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The social nature of primate cognition

Aug 9, 2005 ... ecological, factors has been strongly influential in studies of primate cognition and behaviour over the past two decades. ... expense of others, such as tolerance and behavioural coordination, and therefore presents only one view of how social ..... the real 'social intelligence machine' is the primate acting in.

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The neuroscience of primate intellectual evolution: natural selection

Apr 15, 2008 ... On these bases, we propose a theory of 'intentional niche construction' as an extension of natural selection in order to reveal the evolutionary mechanisms that forged the uniquely intelligent human brain. Keywords: tool use; body image; mind; self; non-human primates; culture. 1. INTRODUCTION.

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A survey of socially interactive robots

We then present a taxonomy of design methods and system components used to build socially .... that of “robot as persuasive machine” [58], i.e., the .... for exploring theories and models of intelligent behavior and learning [140]. Some of the theories commonly used in biologically inspired design are as follows. Ethology.

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Eating interrupted: the effect of intent on hand-to-mouth actions

Jul 2, 2014 ... primates have shown that distinct neural circuitry is differen- tially responsible for the production and control of mechani- cally similar movements. Long-train electrical stimulation of different locales on the motor cortex of an anesthetized ma- caque, for example, has been shown to produce behaviorally.

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MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences (MITECS

Information Theory 404. Informational Semantics 406. Innateness of Language 408. Intelligence 409. Intelligent Agent Architecture 411. Intentional Stance 412 ... Morphology 562. Motion, Perception of 564. Motivation 566. Motivation and Culture 568. Motor Control 570. Motor Learning 571. Multiagent Systems 573.

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Wally Welker

storage and retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publisher. Requests for permission to make copies ... sensorimotor systems. Emphasizing a comparative and ethological approach, he was the first to identify the ... At the Yerkes Laboratories of Primate Biology in Orange Park, Florida,. I carried out my Ph.D.

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The evolution of cognition—a hypothesis

the motor system and the perceptual system (e.g., mirror neurons: Gallese, 2000; Rizzolatti ... early studies in ethology, e.g., Tinbergen, 1951). .... motion paradigm. ” In the form of the MMC net (Steinkühler & Cruse, 1998), this idea has. Fig. 1. An arm consisting of three segments described by vectors L1, L2, and L3, which ...

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Cynthia Breazeal and Brian Scassellati

intelligence has focused on social learning as a possible means for building machines ... and machines. The methods for studying social learning in artificial systems differ significantly from methods used to study social learning in biological systems. .... Representing perceived movement in motor-based terms. One strategy ...

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Horst D. Steklis Primate Communication, Comparative Neurology

This view would seem to favor proposals of human language having originated in the form of manual gesture, a modality that in non-human primates appears to ... important similarities between the vocalization system of non-human ... active investigation of both perceptual and motor mechanisms of monkey vocalization are.

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