Presents neurological and psychological evidence that our conscious experience is the direct response of single neural units (cognons) in the brain centers.
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"This is an ambitious and challenging book that will be of considerable value to readers interested in the neurophysiological underpinnings of consciousness and imagery. Dr. Glinisky ... has brought her extensive background in perception and cognitive research to the task of making sense of the current status of theory and research on neurostructure and function. [It] is a good introductory text on neuropsychology.... This book is full of interesting material. While some of it may be well known to readers in neuropsychology, much of it, by bringing together extremely interesting discussions of perception and cognition, with studies of perceptual illusions, memory patterns, with recent findings on the split brain functions and on the consequences of various types of damage to the brain, may be invaluable for investigators and clinicians interested in consciousness and imagery.... There is a refreshing sensitivity to issues in gender differences and to the indications often of sex bias on the part of some researchers on the brain. The book is also replete with excellent pictures, especially those that bear on perceptual functions, illusions, etc."-Imagination, Cognition, and Personality
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Book Description Praeger Publishers Inc, 1984. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0030598761
Book Description Praeger Publishers Inc, 1984. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0030598761