Comparative Neuropsychology by A. David MilnerComparative Neuropsychology by A. David Milner

Comparative Neuropsychology

EditorA. David Milner

Hardcover | March 1, 1998

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Comparative Neurospychology is a collection of state-of-the-art essays by some of the world's leading neuropsychologists. Taking as their starting point the assumption that the human brain shares many of its most important functional systems with its primate relatives, the authors take acomparative evolutionary approach to understanding human cognition and brain function. A wide range of subject areas are covered, including memory, visual and somatosensory perception, motor control, attention, cross-modality integration, interhemispheric transmission, and behaviouralintelligence.
A. David Milner, Professor, Department of Psychology, University of St Andrews, Scotland.
Title:Comparative NeuropsychologyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:316 pagesPublished:March 1, 1998Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0198524110

ISBN - 13:9780198524113


Table of Contents

1. A D Milner: Introduction: comparative neuropsychology2. A W Young: Sensory factors in human visual agnosia3. A Cowey, P Dean, and L Weiskrantz: Ettlinger at Bay: can visual agnosia be explained by low-level visual impairments?4. E A Murray, L. Malkova, and S Goulet: Cross-modal associations, intramodal associations, and object identification in macaque monkeys5. A D Milner and H C Dijkerman: Visual processing in the primate parietal lobe6. J M Oxbury and S M Oxbury: Memory and the human temporal lobes7. A Parker and D Gaffan: Memory systems in primates: episodic, semantic, and perceptual learning8. M J Eacott: Interhemispheric transfer following partial commissurotomy in man and monkey9. M A Jeeves: Visual integration in callosal agenesis10. P Macneilage: Towards a unified view of cerebral hemispheric specializations in vertebrates11. U Halsband: Brain mechanisms of apraxia12. M Harvey: Perspectives on visuospatial neglect13. R W Byrne: Cognition in great apes14. R M Ridley and H F Baker: Mental representation in human and monkey neuropsychology15. R E Passingham: The specialization of the human neocortex