David M. Kaplan
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The explanatory force of dynamical and mathematical models in neuroscience: A mechanistic perspective
DM Kaplan, CF Craver
Philosophy of science 78 (4), 601-627, 2011
2562011
Explanation and description in computational neuroscience
DM Kaplan
Synthese 183 (3), 339, 2011
1382011
Dynamical models: An alternative or complement to mechanistic explanations?
DM Kaplan, W Bechtel
Topics in Cognitive Science 3 (2), 438-444, 2011
1152011
How to demarcate the boundaries of cognition
DM Kaplan
Biology & Philosophy 27 (4), 545-570, 2012
782012
Are more details better? On the norms of completeness for mechanistic explanations
CF Craver, DM Kaplan
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 71 (1), 287-319, 2020
752020
Decoding the brain: Neural representation and the limits of multivariate pattern analysis in cognitive neuroscience
JB Ritchie, DM Kaplan, C Klein
The British journal for the philosophy of science 70 (2), 581-607, 2019
572019
Topographic organization in the brain: searching for general principles
GH Patel, DM Kaplan, LH Snyder
Trends in cognitive sciences 18 (7), 351-363, 2014
442014
How to reconcile physicalism and antireductionism about biology
A Rosenberg, DM Kaplan
Philosophy of Science 72 (1), 43-68, 2005
442005
Ghosts in machine learning for cognitive neuroscience: Moving from data to theory
T Carlson, E Goddard, DM Kaplan, C Klein, JB Ritchie
NeuroImage 180, 88-100, 2018
312018
Toward an integrated approach to perception and action: conference report and future directions
G Gordon, DM Kaplan, B Lankow, DYJ Little, J Sherwin, BA Suter, ...
Frontiers in systems neuroscience 5, 20, 2011
272011
Moving parts: the natural alliance between dynamical and mechanistic modeling approaches
DM Kaplan
Biology & Philosophy 30 (6), 757-786, 2015
242015
Towards a mechanistic philosophy of neuroscience
C Craver, DM Kaplan
The Bloomsbury companion to the philosophy of science, 268-292, 2014
242014
Non-hierarchical influence of visual form, touch, and position cues on embodiment, agency, and presence in virtual reality
SC Pritchard, R Zopf, V Polito, DM Kaplan, MA Williams
Frontiers in psychology 7, 1649, 2016
222016
Neural computation, multiple realizability, and the prospects for mechanistic explanation
DM Kaplan
Explanation and integration in mind and brain science, 164-189, 2017
92017
Explanation and Integration in Mind and Brain Science
DM Kaplan
Oxford University Press, 2017
82017
Integrating Mind and Brain Science: A Field Guide
DM Kaplan
Explanation and Integration in Mind and Brain Science, 2017
72017
Neurogaming technology meets neuroscience education: a cost-effective, scalable, and highly portable undergraduate teaching laboratory for neuroscience
B De Wit, NA Badcock, T Grootswagers, K Hardwick, L Teichmann, ...
Journal of Undergraduate Neuroscience Education 15 (2), A104, 2017
72017
Evidence for a decision variable in the human motor system
J Kubanek, DM Kaplan
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (24), 8110-8111, 2012
72012
The complex interplay between three-dimensional egocentric and allocentric spatial representation
DM Kaplan
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 36 (5), 553, 2013
42013
Yesterday the Earwig, Today Man, Tomorrow the Earwig?
CL Hewitson, DM Kaplan, J Sutton
Comparative Cognition & Behavior Reviews 13, 2018
32018
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