abstract = {Using a biologically plausible computational model of working memory, we investigated the neurocognitive mechanisms of finding a simple relation, namely whether syllables located in one row, column, or diagonal line of the matrix of stimuli end with the identical vowel. Though simple, such a task is however a very important tool for understanding of how people cope with various reasoning tasks, because it predicts individual differences in human reasoning in an excellent way. The common mechanism for both finding relations and reasoning may consist of integration of relations due to processing of multiple asynchronous oscillations. It was shown that the distribution of individual ability to integrate relations depends on the level of control over model's internal inhibition, which determines the number of oscillations the model uses to encode complex relational structures.},
  address = {Poznan},
  author = {Tomasz Smolen and Krzysztof Andrelczyk and Adam Chuderski},
  booktitle = {Logic and Cognition},
  editor = {Nina Gierasimczuk and Paweł Łupkowski and Mariusz Urbański},
  pages = {49--59},
  publisher = {Adam Mickiewicz University},
  title = {{Neurocognitive mechanisms of reasoning ability: An oscillatory model of individual differences in relational integration}},
  year = {2012}