Matt Jones <jonesmat at ohsu.edu> writes:
>In article <3s9d2r$qu0 at vixen.cso.uiuc.edu> Kevin Spencer,
>kspencer at s.psych.uiuc.edu writes:
>> I'm not aware of any cases (yet) in
>>which a model of a neural system predicted certain phenomena that were
>>later found empirically.
>In defense of modeling, there *are* a number of cases in which models
>have predicted phenomena that were later confirmed by experimental tests.
>Here are a few examples:
Why thank you! I had higher-level systems in mind -- I'm not very
familiar with low-level neural modeling. I didn't know about the NMDA
bit -- very interesting.