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Brain and behaviour : critical concepts in psychology

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단행본
Personal Author
Davidoff, Jules B.
Title Statement
Brain and behaviour : critical concepts in psychology / edited by Jules Davidoff.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Routledge,   2000.  
Physical Medium
4 v. (xxi, 1567 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
0415134994 0415134951 (v.1) 041513496X (v.2) 0415134978 (v.3) 0415134986 (v.4)
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Cognition. Brain. Cognitive psychology.
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Contents information

Table of Contents


[Volume. 1]----------

CONTENTS

Acknowledgements = ⅸ

Chronological table of reprinted articles = xv

Introduction = 1

Section One : Modular Function

 1. Rediscovery of Leborgne's Brain : Anatomical description with CT scan = 15

 2. The return of Phineas Gage : Clues about the brain from the skull of a famous patient = 32

 3. On aphasia = 42

 4. Size vs intensity as a determinant of attention = 83

 5. On "crossed" aphasia = 88

 6. Dominant hemispherectomy : Preliminary report on neuropsychological sequelae = 106

 7. A study of gnosis, praxis and language following section of the corpus callosum and anterior commissure = 111

 8. Psychological defects produced by temporal lobe excision = 122

 9. Obsercations on visual perception after disconnexion of the cerevreal hemispheres in man = 136

 10. Disconnexion syndromes in animals and man = 153

Section Two : Perception

 11. Disturbances of vision by cerebral lesions = 211

 12. Partial cortical blindness with preservation of color vision = 244

 13. Dissociation of visual perceptions due to occipital injuries, with especial reference to appreciation of movement = 253

 14. elective disturbance of movement vision after bilateral brain amage = 292

 15. Residual visual function after brain wounds involving the central visual pathways in man = 322

 16. Lissauer on agnosia = 328

 17. Visual apperceptive agnosia : A clinico-anatomical study of three cases = 361

 18. Balint syndrome (psychic paralysis of visual fixation) and its minor forms = 382

 19. Simultanagnosia = 412

 20. A case of integrative visual agnosia = 445

 21. Bodamer's (1947) paper on prosopagnosia = 479

 22. Autonomic recognition of names and faces in prosopagnosia : A neuropsychological application of the guilty knowledge test = 501

 23. Face recognition without awareness = 519

 24. Capgras syndrome : A reduplicative phenomenon = 549

[Volume. 2]----------

CONTENTS

Section Three : Memory

 25. On a case of sudden and isolated suppression of the mental vision of signs and objects (forms and colours) = 563

 26. The neurological basis of mental imagery : A componential analysis = 573

 27. S. S. Korsakoff's psychic disorder in conjunction with peripheral neuritis = 599

 28. Location of lesions in Lorsakoff's syndrome : Neuropsychological and neuropathological data on two patients = 617

 29. Observations during transient global amnesia = 643

 30. Loss of recent memory after bilateral hippocampal lesions = 673

 31. New method of testing long-term retention with special reference to amnesic patients = 694

 32. Preserved learning and retention of pattern-analyzing skill in amnesia : Dissociation of knowing how and knowing that = 700

 33. Towards a neurodynamic analysis of memory disturbances with lesions of the left temporal lobe = 708

 34. Short-term memory impairment and spontaneous speech = 720

 35. Fractionation of working memory : Neuropsychological evidence for a phonological short-term store = 729

Section Four : Object Knowledge

 36. Perceptual and associative disorders of visual recognition = 747

 37. An annotated translation of Lewandowsky (1908) = 761

 38. Specific semantic word categories in aphasia = 773

 39. The selective impairment of semantic memory = 787

 40. Category specific impairments = 814

 41. Evidence for modality-specific meaning systems in the brain = 843

 42. Generating proper names : A case of selective inability = 848

 43. A visual-speech disconnexion syndrome = 860

 44. Spared naming without comprehension = 886

[Volume. 3]----------

CONTENTS

Section Five : Language

 45. Neurology : Recent contributions in aphasia by C. Wernicke (1886) = 907

 46. Introduction to Byrom Bramwell's (1897) case of word meaning deafness = 926

 47. On aphasia and its relations to perception by Grashey (1885) = 939

 48. Patterns of paralexia : a psycholinguistic approach = 966

 49. Letter-by-letter reading : Psychological descriptions of a neurologial (sic) syndrome = 989

 50. Lexical or orthographic agraphia = 1023

 51. Color-naming defects in association with alexia = 1055

 52. Syntactic and semantic errors in paralexia = 1070

 53. Dissociation of algorithmic and heuristic processes in language comprehension : Evidence from aphasia = 1080

 54. On the basis for the agrammatic's difficulty in producing main verbs = 1092

 55. Cognitive processes in verbal-number production : Inferences from the performance of brain-damaged subjects = 1106

 56. Dysprosody or altered "melody of language" = 1154

 57. Left-hemisphere control of oral and brachial movements and their relation to communication = 1165

 58. Biological foundations of language : Clues from sign langauge = 1183

[Volume. 4]----------

CONTENTS

Section Six : Motor Action and Space

 59. Object vision and spatial vision : Two cortical pathways = 1209

 60. Effects of parietal injury on covert orienting of attention = 1219

 61. Visual disorientation with special reference to lesions of the right cerebral hemisphere = 1247

 62. Mechanisms underlying hemispatial neglect = 1279

 63. Unilateral neglect of representational space = 1289

 64. Separate pathways for perception and action = 1294

 65. Optic ataxia : A specific disruption in visuomotor mechanisms = 1307

 66. Disorders of visual space associated with lesions of the right cerebral hemisphere = 1345

 67. Ideational apraxia = 1374

Section Seven : Higher Mental Functions

 68. From theory to practice : The unconventional contribution of Gottleib Burckhardt to psychosurgery = 1391

 69. Differential behavioral effects in frontal lobe disease = 1409

 70. "Utilization behaviour" and its relation to lesions of the frontal lobes = 1416

 71. The involvement of the frontal lobes in cognitive estimation = 1437

 72. The significance of the frontal lobes for mental performances = 1447

 73. Preliminary analysis of grouping behavior in patients with cerebral injury by the method of equivalent and non-equivalent stimuli = 1462

 74. A simple objective technique for measuring flexibility in thinking = 1492

 75. Deficits in strategy application following frontal lobe damage in man = 1500

 76. Willed action and the prefrontal cortex in man : A study with PET = 1521

Index = 1533



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