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The hemo-neural hypothesis: on the role of blood flow in information processing
CI Moore, R Cao
Journal of neurophysiology 99 (5), 2035-2047, 2008
2822008
A teleosemantic approach to information in the brain
R Cao
Biology & Philosophy 27, 49-71, 2012
1092012
Content in simple signalling systems
N Shea, P Godfrey-Smith, R Cao
The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science, 2018
612018
New labels for old ideas: Predictive processing and the interpretation of neural signals
R Cao
Review of Philosophy and Psychology 11 (3), 517-546, 2020
462020
Explanatory models in neuroscience, Part 1: Taking mechanistic abstraction seriously
R Cao, D Yamins
Cognitive Systems Research, 101244, 2024
332024
Signaling in the brain: In search of functional units
R Cao
Philosophy of Science 81 (5), 891-901, 2014
272014
Explanatory models in neuroscience: Part 2--constraint-based intelligibility
R Cao, D Yamins
arXiv preprint arXiv:2104.01489, 2021
252021
Putting representations to use
R Cao
Synthese 200 (2), 151, 2022
242022
Computational explanations and neural coding
R Cao
The Routledge handbook of the computational mind, 283-296, 2018
162018
Multiple realizability and the spirit of functionalism
R Cao
Synthese 200 (6), 506, 2022
132022
Physiology and morphology of inverted pyramidal neurons in the rodent neocortex
RM Steger, RL Ramos, R Cao, Q Yang, CC Chen, J Dominici, ...
Neuroscience 248, 165-179, 2013
132013
Pinacidil induces vascular dilation and hyperemia in vivo and does not impact biophysical properties of neurons and astrocytes in vitro
R Cao, BT Higashikubo, J Cardin, U Knoblich, R Ramos, MT Nelson, ...
Cleveland Clinic journal of medicine 76 (0 2), S80, 2009
112009
The hemo-neural hypothesis: effects of vasodilation on astrocytes in mammalian neocortex
R Cao
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2011
102011
Crowding out memetic explanation
R Cao
Philosophy of Science 87 (5), 1160-1171, 2020
52020
Explanatory models in neuroscience, Part 2: Functional intelligibility and the contravariance principle
R Cao, D Yamins
Cognitive Systems Research 85, 101200, 2024
22024
Modest and immodest neural codes: Can there be modest codes?
R Cao, C Rathkopf
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 42, 2019
22019
Neural Decoding, the Atlantis Machine, and Zombies
R Cao, J Warren
Philosophical Perspectives, 2023
12023
What are we talking about?: Clarifying the fuzzy concept of representation in neuroscience and beyond
FT Fallon, TJ Ryan, R Cao, DA Haig, YJ John, C Kidd, KJ Mitchell, ...
2023
Mental representation,“standing-in-for”, and internal models
R Cao, J Warren
Philosophical Psychology, 1-18, 2023
2023
What makes representations “useful”?
B Baker, R Lange, A Achille, R Cao, N Kriegeskorte, O Schwartz, X Pitkow
2021
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