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The cognitive neuroscience revolution rests on two cornerstones: simple experimental paradigms to capture critical components of the mind and new methods to watch what the brain is doing while working in these paradigms. Michael I. Posner has been a driving force behind the use of componential and functionaly analysis to enhance our knowledge of mindbrain relationships. His schoarship has been pivotal in opening up new theoretical and methodological trajectories in the field.
|A tribute to Michael I. Posner||p. 3|
|On the functional architecture of language and reading : trade-offs between biological preparation and cultural engineering||p. 17|
|On the role of endogenous orienting in the inhibitory aftermath of exogenous orienting||p. 45|
|Imaging conscious and subliminal word processing||p. 65|
|Task models in prefrontal cortex||p. 87|
|Imaging the human brain : reflections on some emerging issues||p. 109|
|The ontogeny of the social brain||p. 125|
|Frontostriatal and frontocerebellar circuitry underlying cognitive control||p. 141|
|The development of effortful control||p. 167|
|Socioeconomic influences on brain development : a preliminary study||p. 189|
|Development and plasticity of human cognition||p. 209|
|How I got here||p. 237|
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Series: Decade of Behavior
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Number Of Pages: 328
Published: 1st March 2005
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 26.67 x 19.05 x 3.18
Weight (kg): 0.72