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Jay McClelland uses neural network models to capture human cognitive abilities including language understanding, memory, and mathematical cognition. With David Rumelhart he co-led the project resulting in Parallel Distributed Processing, a two-volume work presenting these models in the mid-1980’s. Today he is a professor in the Psychology and (by courtesy) linguistics Departments at Stanford, where he is the director of the Center for Mind, Brain, computation and Technology.