Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience by C. LoebNeural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience by C. Loeb

Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious Experience

byC. Loeb, G. F. Poggio

Paperback | August 20, 2002

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This review presents an account of the observations made in clinical and experimental investigations and in neuroimaging studies, on the brain structures and circuits in which the neural mechanisms for memory, affective functions and conscious experience are thought to operate.
Title:Neural Substrates of Memory, Affective Functions, and Conscious ExperienceFormat:PaperbackPublished:August 20, 2002Publisher:Springer Berlin HeidelbergLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

Introduction.-Memory.-Introduction.-Remembering and Fogetting.-Types of Memory and their Neural Correlates.-Amnesia.-Cellular Basis of Memory.-Concluding Remarks.-Affective Functions (Emotions, Mood, Feeling).-Introduction.-Functional Anatomy of Affective Disturbances.-Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.-Flow and Metabolisms Related to the Clinical Picture.-Structural Cerebral Alterations.-Emotional States Induced in Normal Subjects.-Concluding Remarks.-Conscious Experience.-Introduction.-Neural Systems Involved in Conscious Experience.-Bistable Percepts: Binocular Rivalry.-Unconscious Perception and Covert Cognitive Functions.-Impairment of Loss of Conscious Functions in Humans.-Hypotheses on the Neural Activity of Consciousness.-The Dynamic Core Hypothesis and the Reentrants Networks.-Concluding Remarks.-Conclusion.-Summary.-Introduction.-Memory.- Affective Functions.-Conscious Experience.-Conclusion.-References.-Subject Index.