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eBook Development of the Prefrontal Cortex: Evolution, Neurobiology, and Behavior ePub

by G. Reid Lyon,Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic,Norman A. Krasnegor

  • ISBN: 1557662754
  • Category: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Author: G. Reid Lyon,Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic,Norman A. Krasnegor
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Paul H Brookes Pub Co; 1 edition (January 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 390
  • ePub book: 1385 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1208 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 622

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Norman A. Krasnegor, G. Reid Lyon, Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic. Prominent investigators in the fields of neuroscience and behavior come together in this volume to examine the brain's prefrontal cortex.

Norman A. Exploring evolutionary issues, neurobiology, neuropsychology, and neuropathology, these experts advance the knowledge of the growth, structure, and function of this brain region as it relates to human behavior and development.

ISBN-13: 978-1557662750 one could see this information if the book were on a book store shelf, right?

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Evolution, Neurobiology, and Behavior. The volume explores evolutionary issues; brain-behavior relationships; and the neurobiology, neuropsychology, and neuropathology of this important brain region. & Patricia S. Goldman-Rakic, P. Related Titles: Neuroimaging: A Window to the Neurological Foundations of. Learning and Behavior in Children. Attention, Memory, and Executive Function.

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Start by marking Development of the Prefrontal Cortex: as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Readers will explore evolutionary issues, brain-behavior relationships, and the neurobiology, neuropsychology, and neuropathology of this important region of the brain.

Goldman-Rakic, P. & Brown, R. M. (1982). Effects of ionizing radiation on de- veloping brain and behavior. In G. Gottlieb (E., Studies on the develop- ment of behavior and the nervous system (pp. 36–72). Postnatal development of monoamine content and synthesis in the cerebral cortex of rhesus mon- keys. Gorski, R. A. (2000). Sexual differentiation of the nervous system. In E. R. Kandel, J. H. Schwartz, & T. Jessell (Ed., Principles of neural science (pp. 1131–1148). New York: McGraw-Hill. New York: Academic Press. Hochstetter, F. (1919).

Prominent investigators in the fields of neuroscience and behavior come together in this volume to examine the brain's prefrontal cortex. Exploring evolutionary issues, neurobiology, neuropsychology, and neuropathology, these experts advance the knowledge of the growth, structure, and function of this brain region as it relates to human behavior and development. Based on multiple human and primate research studies, the book sheds light on typical brain growth and simultaneously describes the functional and developmental consequences of acquired and developmental damage to the prefontal cortex. The authors address specific types of brain injuries and lesions, explaining how these factors can affect cognitive, behavioral, and social functions such as memory, attention, decision making, and language abilities. For neuropsychologists, neurobiologists, psychologists, and researchers in developmental psychology and learning disabilities, this volume ensures a comprehensive understanding of the research on the development and function of the prefrontal cortex.

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It was jus as advertised and just what I wanted.
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Aiata Aiata
I was very interested in this topic re. the prefrontal cortex, but when an author refuses to allow the public to see a glimpse of the books' contents, chapter titles, index etc. why whould I bother? You have to wonder why an author would prohibit seeing this information, after all... one could see this information if the book were on a book store shelf, right?
Umi Umi
After reading the above mentioned book, I feel that I have just been through six weeks of basic training..and I loved every minute of it. Though some of the wording, as in all indepth medical journals,was Webster necessary!, I found more information and understanding than in any other book of this genre. Thank you for a work well done...and one in which we "laymen" can understand and appreciate. In my profession I work with troubled youths and one day one of my associates made a crude statement that really got me thinking...and researching, and questioning. Her comment was;"are all these kids stupid or brain damaged?" And I have come to the "unprofessional" conclusion that the FACTS, such as I found in this book, make complete sense, and yes, I believe a good majority of these kids...and many of the adult popualtion, is indeed suffering from some form of brain damage. I highly recommend this book to all those that are searching for answers to our social, family and community problems we face with our youth and withh each other. Thank you