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WIREs Cognitive Science
Volume 9 Issue 3 (May 2018)
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Generative models for clinical applications in computational psychiatry
Published Online: Jan 25 2018
DOI: 10.1002/wcs.1460
Generative models of brain physiology and connectivity in the human brain play a key role in Computational Psychiatry, striving for computational assays that can be applied to neuroimaging data from individual patients. Ideally, these tools will allow dissecting a heterogeneous spectrum of patients into mechanistically more well‐defined and homgeneous subgroups, ultimately informing individual treatment prediction. This article reviews the basic concepts of DCM, a widely used generative model of neuroimaging data, revisits examples where it has proven valuable for addressing clinically relevant questions, and critically discusses methodological challenges and recent methodological advances.
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Inductive reasoning 2.0
Published Online: Dec 28 2017
DOI: 10.1002/wcs.1459
Inductive reasoning is projecting from what we know to make inferences about what we do not know. This review describes key inductive phenomena and theories. It highlights the latest trends in induction research including the role of sampling processes, and the relations between induction and deduction, memory, and decision‐making.
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