The Cognitive Neurosciences (6th Edition)

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David Poeppel, George R. Mangun, Michael S. Gazzaniga

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The MIT Press; 6th edition

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262043254

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This basic reference has confirmed to be a benchmark within the growing area of cognitive neuroscience with every edition. The Cognitive Neurosciences 6th edition (PDF) continues to forge new paths within the research of the organic underpinnings of advanced cognition—the connection between the nervous system’s structural and physiological mechanisms and the psychological actuality of the thoughts. It accommodates totally new materials that displays latest advances within the area; together with the newest analysis; experimental approaches; and measurement methodologies.

The up to date sixth edition of the foundational reference on cognitive neuroscience; with all-new content material protecting the newest analysis; experimental approaches; and measurement methodologies.

Memory; consideration; and language are among the many foundational subjects coated on this sixth edition; as are different areas reminiscent of computational fashions of cognition; reward and choice making; social neuroscience; scientific ethics; and technique advances. The cognitive neurosciences have seen the event of refined instruments and strategies during the last twenty-5 years; together with computational approaches that generate large information units.
This ebook employs these thrilling new instruments whereas additionally emphasizing the significance of principle; statement; conduct; and different time-examined scientific habits.

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book-author

David Poeppel, George R. Mangun, Michael S. Gazzaniga

publisher

The MIT Press; 6th edition

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PDF

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Pages

language

English

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262043254

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9780262043250

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Contents
Preface
I BRAIN CIRCUITS OVER A LIFETIME
Introduction • Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and Ulman Lindenberger
1 Early Moral Cognition: A Principle-Based Approach • Melody Buyukozer Dawkins, Fransisca Ting, Maayan Stavans, and Renée Baillargeon
2 Imaging Structural Brain Development in Childhood and Adolescence • Christian K. Tamnes and Kathryn L. Mills
3 Cognitive Control and Affective Decision-Making in Childhood and Adolescence • Eveline A. Crone and Anna C. K.van Duijvenvoorde
4 Social Cognition and Social Brain Development in Adolescence • Emma J. Kilford and Sarah-Jayne Blakemore
5 A Lifespan Perspective on Human Neurocognitive Plasticity • Kristine Beate Walhovd and Martin Lövdén
6 Brains, Hearts, and Minds: Trajectories of Neuroanatomical and Cognitive Change and Their Modification by Vascular and Metabolic Factors • Naftali Raz
7 Brain Maintenance and Cognition in Old Age • Lars Nyberg and Ulman Lindenberger
8 The Locus Coeruleus-Norepinephrine System’s Role in Cognition and How It Changes with Aging • Mara Mather
II AUDITORY AND VISUAL PERCEPTION
Introduction • Kalanit Grill-Spectorand Maria Chait
9 The Cognitive Neuroanatomy of Human Ventral Occipitotemporal Cortex • Kevin S. Weiner and Jason D. Yeatman
10 Population Receptive Field Models in Human Visual Cortex • Jonathan Winawer and Noah C. Benson
11 Face Perception • Bruno Rossion and Talia L. Retter
12 Multisensory Perception: Behavior, Computations, and Neural Mechanisms • Uta Noppeney
13 Computational Models of Human Object and Scene Recognition • Aude Oliva
14 Brain Mechanisms of Auditory Scene Analysis • Barbara G. Shinn-Cunningham
15 Neural Filters for Challenging Listening Situations • Jonas Obleser and Julia Erb
16 Three Functions of Prediction Error for Bayesian Inference in Speech Perception • Matthew H. Davis and Ediz Sohoglu
III MEMORY
Introduction • Tomás J. Ryan and Charan Ranganath
17 Ignoring the Innocuous: Neural Mechanisms of Habituation • Samuel F. Cooke and Mani Ramaswami
18 Memory and Instinct as a Continuum of Information Storage • Tomás J. Ryan
19 Context in Spatial and Episodic Memory • Joshua B. Julian and Christian F. Doeller
20 Maps, Memories, and the Hippocampus • Charan Ranganath and Arne D. Ekstrom
21 Memory across Development with Insights from Emotional Learning: A Nonlinear Process • Heidi C. Meyer and Siobhan S. Pattwell
22 Episodic Memory Modulation: How Emotion and Motivation Shape the Encoding and Storage of Salient Memories • Matthias J. Gruber and Maureen Ritchey
23 Replay-Based Consolidation Governs Enduring Memory Storage • Ken A. Paller, James W. Antony, Andrew R. Mayes, and Kenneth A. Norman
24 The Dynamic Memory Engram Life Cycle: Reactivation, Destabilization, and Reconsolidation • Temidayo Orederuand Daniela Schiller
IV ATTENTION AND WORKING MEMORY
Introduction • Sabine Kastner and Steven Luck
25 Memory and Attention: The Back and Forth • A. C. (Kia) Nobre and M. S. Stokes
26 The Developmental Dynamics of Attention and Memory • Gaia Scerif
27 Network Models of Attention and Working Memory • Monica D. Rosenberg and Marvin M. Chun
28 The Role of Alpha Oscillations for Attention and Working Memory • Ole Jensen and Simon Hanslmayr
29 A Role for Gaze Control Circuitry in the Selection and Maintenance of Visual Spatial Information • Tirin Moore, Donatas Jonikaitis, and Warren Pettine
30 Online and Off-Line Memory States in the Human Brain • Edward Awh and Edward K. Vogel
31 How Working Memory Works • Timothy J. Buschman and Earl K. Miller
32 Functions of the Visual Thalamus in Selective Attention • W. Martin Usrey and Sabine Kastner
V NEUROSCIENCE, COGNITION, AND COMPUTATION: LINKING HYPOTHESES
Introduction • Stanislas Dehaene and Josh McDermott
33 An Optimization-Based Approach to Understanding Sensory Systems • Daniel Yamins
34 Physical Object Representations for Perception and Cognition • Ilker Yildirim, Max Siegel, and Joshua Tenenbaum
35 Constructing Perceptual Decision-Making across Cortex • Román Rossi-Pool, José Vergara, and Ranulfo Romo
36 Rationality and Efficiency in Human Decision-Making • Christopher Summerfield and Konstantinos Tsetsos
37 Opening Burton’s Clock: Psychiatric Insights from Computational Cognitive Models • Daniel Bennett and Yael Niv
38 Executive Control and Decision-Making: A Neural Theoryof Prefrontal Function • Etienne Koechlin
39 Semantic Representationin the Human Brain under Rich, Naturalistic Conditions • Jack L. Gallant and Sara F. Popham
VI INTENTION, ACTION, CONTROL
Introduction • Richard B. Ivry and John W. Krakauer
40 The Physiology of the Healthy and Damaged Corticospinal Tract • Monica A. Perez
41 The Neuroscience of Brain-Machine Interfaces • Andrew Jackson
42 Somatosensory Input for Real-World Hand and Arm Control • Jeffrey Weiler and J. Andrew Pruszynski
43 Reorganizationin Adult Primate Sensorimotor Cortex: Does It Really Happen? • Tamar R. Makin, Jörn Diedrichsen, and John W. Krakauer
44 The Basal Ganglia Invigorate Actions and Decisions • David Robbe and Joshua Tate Dudman
45 Preparation of Movement • Adrian M. Haith and Sven Bestmann
46 Visuomotor Adaptation Tasks as a Window into the Interplay between Explicit and Implicit Cognitive Processes • Jordan A. Taylor and Samuel D. McDougle
47 Apraxia: A Disorder at the Cognitive-Motor Interface • Laurel J. Buxbaum and Solène Kalénine
VII REWARD AND DECISION MAKING
Introduction • Daphna Shohamy and Wolfram Schultz
48 Dopamine Reward Prediction Errors: The Interplay between Experiments and Theory • Clara K. Starkweather and Naoshige Uchida
49 Dopamine Prediction Error Responses Reflect Economic Utility • William R. Stauffer and Wolfram Schultz
50 The Role of the Orbitofrontal Cortex in Economic Decisions • Katherine E. Conen and Camillo Padoa-Schioppa
51 Neural Mechanisms of Perceptual Decision-Making • Gabriel M. Stine, Ariel Zylberberg, Jochen Ditterich, and Michael N. Shadlen
52 Memory, Reward, and Decision-Making • Katherine Duncan and Daphna Shohamy
53 The Role of the Primate Amygdala in Reward and Decision-Making • Fabian Grabenhorst, C. Daniel Salzman, and Wolfram Schultz
54 Cortico-Striatal Circuits and Changes in Reward, Learning, and Decision-Making in Adolescence • Adriana Galván, Kristen Delevich, and Linda Wilbrecht
55 Dopamine and Reward: Implications for Neurological and Psychiatric Disorders • Andrew Westbrook, Roshan Cools, and Michael J. Frank
VIII METHODS ADVANCES
Introduction • Danielle Bassett and Nikolas Kriegeskorte
56 Representational Models and the Feature Fallacy • Jörn Diedrichsen
57 An Introduction to Time-Resolved Decoding Analysis for M/EEG • Thomas A. Carlson, Tijl Grootswagers, and Amanda K. Robinson
58 Encoding and Decoding Framework to Uncover the Algorithms of Cognition • Jean-RémiKing, Laura Gwilliams, Chris Holdgraf, Jona Sassenhagen, Alexandre Barachant, Denis Engemann, Eric Larson, and Alexandre Gramfort
59 Deep Learning for Cognitive Neuroscience • Katherine R. Storrs and Nikolaus Kriegeskorte
60 Connectomes, Generative Models, and Their Implications for Cognition • Petra E. Vértes
61 Network-BasedApproaches for Understanding Intrinsic Control Capacities of the Human Brain • Danielle Bassett and Fabio Pasqualetti
62 Functional Connectivity and Neuronal Dynamics: Insights from Computational Methods • Demian Battaglia and Andrea Brovelli
IX CONCEPTS AND CORE DOMAINS
Introduction • Marina Bedny and Alfonso Caramazza
63 Concepts of Actions and Their Objects • Anna Leshinskaya, Moritz F. Wurm, and Alfonso Caramazza
64 The Representation of Tools in the Human Brain • Bradford Z. Mahon
65 Naïve Physics: Building a Mental Model of How the World Behaves • Jason Fischer
66 Concepts and Object Domains • Yanchao Bi
67 Concepts, Models, and Minds • Alex Clarke and Lorraine K. Tyler
68 The Contribution of Sensorimotor Experience to the Mind and Brain • Marina Bedny
69 Spatial Knowledge and Navigation • Russell A. Epstein
70 The Nature of Human Mathematical Cognition • Jessica F. Cantlon
71 Conceptual Combination • Marc N. Coutanche, Sarah H. Solomon, and Sharon L. Thompson-Schill
X LANGUAGE
Introduction • Liina Pylkkänen and Karen Emmorey
72 The Crosslinguistic Neuroscience of Language • Ina Bornkessel-Schlesewsky and Matthias Schlesewsky
73 The Neurobiology of Sign Language Processing • Mairéad MacSweeney and Karen Emmorey
74 The Neurobiology of Syntactic and Semantic Structure Building • Liina Pylkkänen and Jonathan R. Brennan
75 The Brain Network That Supports High-Level Language Processing • Evelina Fedorenko
76 Neural Processing of Word Meaning • Jeffrey R. Binder and Leonardo Fernandino
77 Neural Mechanisms Governing the Perception of Speech under Adverse Listening Conditions • Patti Adank
78 The Cerebral Bases of Language Acquisition • Ghislaine Dehaene-Lambertz and Claire Kabdebon
79 Aphasia and Aphasia Recovery • Stephen M. Wilson and Julius Fridriksson
XI SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE
Introduction • Elizabeth Phelps and Mauricio Delgado
80 Neurobiology of Infant Threat Processing and Developmental Transitions • Patrese A. Robinson-Drummer, Tania Roth, Charlis Raineki, Maya Opendak, and Regina M. Sullivan
81 More than Just Friends: An Exploration of the Neurobiological Mechanisms Underlying the Link between Social Support and Health • Erica A. Hornstein, Tristen K. Inagaki, and Naomi I. Eisenberger
82 Mechanisms of Loneliness • Stephanie Cacioppo and John T.Cacioppo
83 Neural Mechanisms of Social Learning • Dominic S. Fareri, Luke J. Chang, and Mauricio Delgado
84 Social Learning of Threat and Safety • Andreas Olsson, Philip Pärnamets, Erik C. Nook, and Björn Lindström
85 Neurodevelopmental Processes That Shape the Emergence of Value-Guided Goal-Directed Behavior • Catherine Insel, Juliet Y. Davidow, and Leah H. Somerville
86 The Social Neuroscience of Cooperation • Julian A. Wills, Leor Hackel, Oriel Feldman Hall, Philip Pärnamets, and Jay J. Van Bavel
87 Interpersonal Neuroscience • Thalia Wheatley and Adam Boncz
XII NEUROSCIENCE AND SOCIETY
Introduction • Anjan Chatterjee and Adina Roskies
88 The Cognitive Neuroscience of Moral Judgment and Decision-Making • Joshua D. Greene and Liane Young
89 Law and Neuroscience: Progress, Promise, and Pitfalls • Owen D. Jones and Anthony D. Wagner
90 Neuroscience and Socioeconomic Status • Martha J. Farah
91 A Computational Psychiatry Approach toward Addiction • Xiaosi Gu and Bryon Adinoff
92 Neurotechnologies for Mind Reading: Prospects for Privacy • Adina Roskies
93 Pharmacological Cognitive Enhancement: Implications for Ethics and Society • George Savulich and Barbara J. Sahakian
94 Brain-Machine Interfaces: From Basic Science to Neurorehabilitation • Miguel A. L. Nicolelis
95 Aesthetics: From Mind to Brain and Back • Oshin Vartanian and Anjan Chatterjee
96 Music: Prediction, Production, Perception, Plasticity, and Pleasure • Robert J. Zatorre and Virginia B. Penhune
XIII LOOKING AHEAD: CHALLENGES IN ADVANCING COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
97 Towarda Socially Responsible, Transparent, and Reproducible Cognitive Neuroscience • Sikoya M. Ashburn, David Abugaber, James W. Antony, Kelly A. Bennion, David Bridwell, Carlos Cardenas-Iniguez, Manoj Doss, Lucía Fernández, Inge Huijsmans, Lara Krisst, Regina Lapate, Evan Layher, Josiah Leong, Yuanning Li, Freddie Marquez, Felipe Munoz-Rubke, Elizabeth Musz, Tara K. Patterson, John P. Powers, Daria Proklova, Kristina M. Rapuano, Charles S. H. Robinson, Jessica M. Ross, Jason Samaha, Matthew Sazma, Andrew X. Stewar
Contributors
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