Behavioral equivalence does not necessarily imply neural equivalence: Evidence in mathematical problem solving (2004)
AuthorsCameron S. Carter, V. Andrew Stenger, Adam Goode, John R. Anderson, Kenneth R. Koedinger, Kate Fissell, Myeong-Ho Sohn
Sohn, M.-H., Goode, A., Koedinger, K. R., Stenger, V. A, Fissell, K., Carter, C. S., & Anderson, J. R. (2004). Behavioral equivalence but not neural equivalence: Neural evidence of alternative strategies in mathematical thinking. Nature Neuroscience, 7 (11), 1193-1194.
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Behavioral equivalence does not necessarily imply neural equivalence: Evidence in mathematical problem solving
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