Cognition, Brain, and Consciousness: Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience

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A textbook for psychology, neuroscience, pre-medical students, and everybody interested in the neuroscience of cognition. A wave of new research is transforming our understanding of the human mind and brain. Many educational fields now require a basic understanding of the new topic of cognitive neuroscience. Concluding remarks: Major points summary [See also Figure 1 : Flowchart of paper].

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Figure 1. Questions This Paper Raises This paper raised and addressed questions throughout. In addition, I see these four as important: How rapidly and effectively can we expect the technology of brain imaging to advance? About the Author. Footnotes Conflict of interest: None declared.

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