Developing individuality in the human brain : a tribute to Michael I. Posner / edited by Ulrich Mayr, Edward Awh, and Steven W. Keele Posner, Michael I

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Posner, Michael I.; Cognitive neuroscience.; Developmental neurobiology.
"Developing Individuality in the Human Brain describes the breadth of Michael I. Posner's influence on the cognitive, affective, and developmental neurosciences. In this volume, leading scientists explore the topics that are central to Posner's work, such as the power of componential analysis to uncover critical cognitive functions, how brain images can be used to test psychological theories of distinct cognitive functions, and how individual and developmental differences can be traced to differences in basic neurocognitive functions across people and developmental stages." "This collection of chapters illustrates how Posner's examination of elementary processes has moved the field toward a fundamental level of understanding about human cognition. This basic understanding will greatly affect how we deal with cognitive development problems that derive either from deficiency of experience or from genetic differences."--BOOK JACKET.
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