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Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience

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Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience
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Publisher: BookBoon
ISBN-13: 9788740301007
Number of pages: 240

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Cognitive neuroscience is an exciting and a relatively new area of research into the neural basis of the human mind. This book gives an introduction to research methods of cognitive neuroscience, brain anatomy, neuronal signaling, and the neural basis of perception, attention, memory, plasticity, language, executive functions, emotions, social cognition, and consciousness.

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