- Title Pages
- 1 Introduction: comparative neuropsychology
- 2 Sensory factors in human visual agnosia
- 3 Ettlinger at Bay: can visual agnosia be explained by low-level visual impairments?
- 4 Cross-modal associations, intramodal associations, and object identification in macaque monkeys
- 5 Visual processing in the primate parietal lobe
- 6 Memory and the human temporal lobes
- 7 Memory systems in primates: episodic, semantic, and perceptual learning
- 8 Interhemispheric transfer following partial commissurotomy in humans and monkeys
- 9 Visual integration in callosal agenesis
- 10 Towards a unified view of cerebral hemispheric specializations in vertebrates
- 11 Brain mechanisms of apraxia
- 12 Perspectives on visuospatial neglect
- 13 Cognition in great apes
- 14 Mental representation in human and monkey neuropsychology
- 15 The specializations of the human neocortex
- Comparative Neuropsychology
- Oxford University Press
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