Human Brain Function

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Richard S. J. Frackowiak
Academic Press, Incorporated, 1997 - Brain - 528 pages
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This book brings together the latest information about brain mapping into one succinct, multi-disciplinary volume. Human Brain Function provides a thorough explanation of the methods for obtaining new data, as well as detailing each of the major areas of new discoveries in noninvasive brain mapping. In the decade since the application of new imaging methods in functional imaging, new results in perception, cognition, plasticity, and motor function have been uncovered and are discussed in detail in this timely book.
Key Features
* Contains a thorough explanation of statistical parametric maps
* Covers the field of functional imaging and cognitive neuroscience
* Features completely up-to-date research
* Presents new research in brain mapping

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Institute of Neurology, London, UK.

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