In 1993 Psychologist, neuroscientist and cognitive scientist James A. Anderson of Brown University, Providence, RI, published "The BSB Model: A simple non-linear autoassociative network," M. Hassoun (Ed), Associative Neural Memories: Theory and Implementation (1993). Anderson's neural networks were applied to models of human concept formation, decision making, speech perception, and models of vision.
Anderson, J. A., Spoehr, K. T. and Bennett, D.J. "A study in numerical perversity: Teaching arithmetic to a neural network," D.S. Levine and M. Aparicio (Eds.) Neural Networks for Knowledge Representation and Inference, (1994).