A new study published in Nature Neuroscience represents a breakthrough in explaining the biology of how the synaptic connection learning / memory process works: “These results establish a causal relationship between learning-related increases in the numbers of defined synapses and the precision of learning and memory in the adult. The results further relate plasticity and . . . → Read More: BIG News in Hayekian Brain / Learning / Memory Science
Famed UCLA neuroscientist Joaquin Fuster lecturing on Hayek’s sensory order work last fall:
Leslie Marsh tells the story — with additional photos — here.
BONUS — A letter from Hayek to Fuster, dated May 17, 1976. Just a handful of years a later major conference would be held on Hayek’s The Sensory Order, organized . . . → Read More: JOAQUIN FUSTER LECTURING ON HAYEK & HIS SENSORY ORDER WORK
Here are some of the references from Hayeks 1920 “Sensory Order” paper titled “BEITRAEGE ZUR THEORIE DER ENTWICKLUNG DES BEWUSSTSEINS” and dated “September 1920″:
W. Jerusalem, Lehrbuck der Psychologie, 4.Aufl. Wien 1907.
M. Verworn, Die Entwicklung des menschlichen Geistes, 4.Aufl. Jena 1920.
B. v. Carneri, Empfindung und Bewusstsein, Bonn 1893.
F. Jodl, Psychologie, 3.Aufl. Stuttgart . . . → Read More: WHAT WAS HAYEK READING IN 1919-1920?
World renowned UCLA neuroscientist Joaquin Fuster discusses Friedrich Hayek’s work in global brain theory in a video from 2006 (Spanish).
You can read Fuster’s professional credentials and scientific achievements listed here.
From Fuster’s 2003 book Cortex and Mind: Unifying Cognition:
“Friedrich Hayek (1952) was the first to propose the representation of percepts and memories in . . . → Read More: video: Joaquin Fuster on Hayek, Neurscience & the Brain