This chapter begins with a brief discussion of dualism—the idea that the mind is separate from the brain, arguing that accepting dualism would preclude studying the relationships between the brain and mental functions such as language, memory, perception, attention, conation, and self-awareness. It outlines notable advances in the field of neuropsychology.
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