Published November 1, 2005 by The MIT Press .
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A review of current developments in cognitive neuroscience that integrates data from behavioral, imaging, and genetic studies of patients with research-oriented cognitive theories. The cognitive disorders that follow brain damage are an important source of insights into the neural bases of human thought.
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The central focus in debates over broad evolutionary psychology is whether mental abilities can be understood as adaptive functions (Davies,p. ).Narrow evolutionary psychology 1 further closely couples the claim that mental abilities are adaptive to a commitment to modularity of mental functions.
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We present the participatory design and evaluation of an orientation aid for individuals who have anterograde amnesia. Our design team included six amnesics who have extreme difficulty storing new memories. We describe the methods we used to enable the participation of individuals with such severe cognitive impairments.
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This two-volume set reviews the current state-of-the art in cognitive neuroscience. The introductory chapter outlines central elements of the cognitive neuroscience approach and provides a brief overview of the eight sections of the book’s two volumes.
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