A computational model? It is model organisms that explain the epigenetic effects of sensory input on the development of behavior and species survival.
There is nothing about the enormous biochemical complexity of the human brain that suggests its complexity could be reduced to a theory in which domain specificity was adaptive in any species from microbe to man.
Any study that indicates no olfactory bulb neurogenesis occurs in adult humans argues against the design in biology that ensures the plasticity of our brain-directed behavioral response to novel stimuli in our environment…
…model organisms make clear the extension of the concept to nutrient chemical and pheromone-dependent neurogenic niches, human brain development, and individual differences in behavior.
The honeybee is an invertebrate model organism that exemplifies the vertebrate molecular mechanisms of evolution via pre-existing genetic variation, not random mutation, that are detailed here.