Emergent models of mind, part of PSY105 Synthetic Psychology at the University of Sheffield
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Emergent psychological function from simple model neurons

Tom Stafford's PSY105 lectures

A five week course in which we look at how models of simple neurons can behave in ways which look remarkably like human memory.

Prerequisites:

  • Python installed on your machine (PSY105 students, open 'Software Centre' and search for 'Anaconda')
  • A copy of these files on your machine (PSY105 students, find PSY105 in the X: drive)
  • Run ipython notebook (PSY105, find this in the start menu, under Anaconda)

For University of Sheffield students on the managed desktop

  • You need to run the version 3 files (e.g. lecture1.v3.ipynb)

Converting ipython notebook v4 to v3, use this at the command line

  • ipython nbconvert --to notebook --nbformat 3 lecture1.ipynb
  • only works on linux as far as I can tell