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Brain, Perception, Memory: Advances in Cognitive Neuroscience

Johan J. Bolhuis

Abstract

Cognitive neuroscience is a growth area in psychology and neuroscience, with insights into the brain mechanisms of cognitive abilities being gained from studies of both animals and humans. This book brings together contributors to provide an overview of knowledge of the essential neural mechanisms of perception, learning, and memory. The book describes advances in cognitive neuroscience and will be of interest to advanced students and researchers in cognitive psychology, neuroscience, and animal behaviour.

Keywords: cognitive neuroscience, brain mechanisms, cognitive abilities, neural mechanisms, perception, learning, memory, cognitive psychology, animal behaviour

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2000 Print ISBN-13: 9780198524823
Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012 DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198524823.001.0001

Authors

Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Johan J. Bolhuis, editor
University of Leiden

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Part One Mechanisms of Perception and Attention

Introduction

Johan J. Bolhuis

1 From vision to action: how the primate brain encodes and remembers visuomotor space

Michael S.A. Graziano, Mary E. Wheeler, and Charles G. Gross

2 Integrating information from different senses in the superior colliculus

Barry E. Stein, Mark T. Wallace, Terrence R. Stanford, and John G. McHaffie

5 Predispositions in perceptual and cognitive development

Mark H. Johnson, and Johan J. Bolhuis

Part Two Learning and Memory: Molecules, Cells and Circuits

Introduction

Johan J. Bolhuis

6 Neural mechanisms of olfactory recognition memory

Peter A. Brennan, and Eric B. Keverne

Part Three Learning and Memory: Cognitive Systems in Animals and Humans

Introduction

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12 Skill learning: the role of the cerebellum

David A.T. King, and Richard F. Thompson

13 Brain systems and the regulation of memory consolidation

James L. McGaugh, Larry Cahill, Barbara Ferry, and Benno Roozendaal

14 How the brain learns about danger

Karim Nader, and Josep LeDoux

18 To have but not to hold

Lawrence Weiskrantz

Part Four Epilogue

19 In memory

Gabriel Horn

End Matter