Principles of Cognitive Neuroscience

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W. H. Freeman, 2008 - Medical - 757 pages
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This title informs readers at all levels about the growing canon of cognitive neuroscience, and makes clear the challenges that remain to be solved by the next generation.

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This book was mostly for education purposes only. I learned a lot and it fed my curiosity sufficiently. Read full review

Contents

introduction What Is Cognitive Neuroscience?
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3Exploring Cognitive Processes
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Introduction
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DALE PURVES, Duke University, USA.

ELIZABETH BRANNON, Duke University, USA.

ROBERTO CABEZA, Duke University, USA.

SCOTT A. HUETTEL, Duke University, USA.

KEVIN LABAR, Duke University, USA.

MICHAEL PLATT, Duke University, USA.

MARTY WOLDORFF, Duke University, USA.

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