Cognitive Neuroscience: A Reader
Cognitive Neuroscience: A Reader
ISBN: 978-0-631-21660-5 January 1991 Wiley-Blackwell 540 Pages
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Table of contents
Part I: History and Methods of CNS:.
1. The Birth of the Cognitive Neuroscience Institute: M. S. Gazzaniga.
2. Perspectives on Cognitive Neuroscience: P. S. Churchland and T. J. Sejnowski.
3. Electrical and Magnetic Brain Recordings: S. A. Hillyard.
4. Behind the Scenes of Functional Brain Imaging: M. E. Raichle.
Part II: Perception:.
5. Exploration of the Primary Visual Cortex: D. H. Hubel.
6. The Parietal System and Some Higher Brain Functions: Vernon B. Mountcastle.
7. The Visual Pathways Mediating Perception and Prehension: M. A. Goodale, L. S. Jakobson and P. Servos.
8. Neural Mechanisms for Forming a Perceptual Decision: C. D. Salzman and W. T. Newsome.
9. James J. Gibson - An appreciation: K. Nakayama.
Part III: Attention:.
10. Attentional networks: M. I. Posner and S. Dehaene.
11. Attentional Resolution and the Locus of Visual Awareness: S. He, P. Cavanagh and J. Intriligator.
12. Information-Processing of Visual-Stimuli in an Extinguished Field: B. T. Volpe, J. E. Ledoux and M. S. Gazzaniga.
13. Negative Priming Between Pictures and Words in a Selective Attention Task - Evidence for Semantic Processing of Ignored Stimuli: S. P. Tipper and J. Driver.
Part IV: Imagery:.
14. Mental Rotation of Three-Dimensional Objects: R. N. Shepard, and J. Metzler.
15. Unilateral Neglect of Representational Space: E. Bisiach, & C. Luzzatti,.
16. Topographical Representations of Mental Images in Primary Visual Cortex: S. M. Kosslyn, W. L. Thompson, I. J. Kim & N. M. Alpert.
Part V: Plasticity and Development:.
17. The Effect of Crossing Nerves to Antagonistic Muscles in the Hind Limb of the Rat: R. W. Sperry.
18. Spatial Integration and Cortical Dynamics: C. D. Gilbert, A. Das, M. Ito, M. Kapadia and G. Westheimer.
19. Cortical Mechanisms of Cognitive Development: Mark H. Johnson.
Part VI: Memory:.
20. Loss of Recent Memory after Bilateral Hipposcampal Lesions: W. B. Scoville and B. Milner.
21. Episodic Memory, Semantic Memory, and Amnesia: L. R. Squire and S. M. Zola.
22. Working Memory - The Interface Between Memory and Cognition: A. Baddeley.
23. Understanding Implicit Memory: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach: D. L. Schacter.
Part VII: Action and Executive Function:.
24. Cognitive Neurophysiology of the Motor Cortex: A. P. Georgopoulos, Masato Taira, Alexander Lukashin.
25. Vision for the Control of Movement: R. H. Wurtz.
26. Combining Versus Gating Motor Programs: Differential Roles for Cerebellum and Basal Ganglia?: W. T. Thach, J. W. Mink, H. P. Goodkin, & J. G. Keating.
27. Attention to Action: Willed and Automatic Control of Behavior: D. A. Norman and T. Shallice.
28. Architecture of the Prefrontal Cortex and the Central Executive: P. S. Goldman-Rakic.
Part VIII: Language:.
29. Category-Specific Naming Deficit Following Cerebral Infarction: J. Hart, R. S. Berndt, and A. Caramazza.
30. Right-Hemisphere Language Following Brain Bisection - A 20-Year Perspective: M. S. Gazzaniga.
31. Current Thinking on Language Structures: Marta Kutas.
Part IX: Evolution:.
32. Why Does the Brain Have So Many Visual Areas?: J. H. Kaas.
33. Antibodies and Learning: Selection versus Instruction: Jerne, Niels and Kaj.
34. The Argument From Animals to Humans in Cognitive Neuroscience: T. M. Preuss.
"An excellent set of readings." Professor Tim Shallice, Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College, London
- The first definitive collection of readings in cognitive neuroscience
- Edited by one of the leading researchers in the field
- Introductions and contextualisations provide a context for each section's papers.