Cognitive Neuroscience - Critical Concepts in Psychology by Jamie Ward
Cognitive neuroscience, which stands at the intersection of psychology, neuroscience and biology, stands to provide brain-based calculations of mental functions such as language, memory, perception, movement, emotions, and decision-making. His…
Cognitive Neuroscience synopsis
Cognitive neuroscience, which stands at the intersection of psychology,neuroscience and biology, stands to provide brain-based calculations of mental functions such as language, memory, perception, movement, emotions, and decision-making. His appearance emerged as a relatively recent coherent system by incorporating techniques that already existed (such as research into the effects of brain lesions on cognition, and electrical recordings of the brain) using newly created techniques (mainly EEG methods), originally developed for medical diagnostic purposes.
As cognitive neuroscience flourishes as never before, this new title in the series of major works of psychologyin the press, criticalconcepts in psychology, meets the need for reliable reference work to make sense of great literature already subject and constant explosion In research outputs. It was edited by a leading researcher, author of the leading student in the field, Cognitive Neuroscience is a collection of four volumes of constituent and contemporary contributions.
The four volumes are divided into eight main sections: history, basic methods and conceptscognitive neuroscience development cognitive and attention work; learning and memory; language; executive functions; decision making; The collection is fully indexed and has a comprehensive introduction, recently written by editors, which places the material collected in its historical, intellectual and practical context. It is a fundamental reference work and is estimated to be evaluated by scientists and cognitive neuroscience students as a vital one-stop research tool.
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