ISBN: 9780262027779 | 1128 pp. | November 2014

 

Table of Contents
  Preface
I. DEVELOPMENTAL AND EVOLUTIONARY COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    Introduction
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, Todd M. Preuss
  1. Infant Social Cognition: Psychological and Sociomoral Reasoning
Renée Baillargeon, Peipei Setoh, Stephanie Sloane, Kyong-Sun Jin, Lin Bian
  2. Structual Brain Development During Childhood and Adolescence
Anne-Lise Goddings, Jay N. Giedd
  3. Cognitive Control and Affective Decision Making in Childhood and Adolescence
Eveline A. Crone
  4. The Social Brain in Adolescence
Sarah-Jayne Blakemore, Kathryn L. Mills
  5. Evolution of the Neural Bases of Higher Cognitive Function in Humans
James K. Rilling, Dietrich Stout
  6. The Primate Prefrontal Cortex in Comparative Perspective
Steven P. Wise
  7. Animal Models of the Human Brain: Repairing the Paradigm
Todd M. Preuss, Jason S. Robert
  8. Molecular and Cellular Mechanisms of Human Brain Development and Evolution
André M. M. Sousa, Kyle A. Meyer, Nenad Šestan
II. PLASTICITY AND LEARNING
    Introduction
Leah Krubitzer
  9. Organizing Principles of Cortical Circuits and Their Function
Rodney J. Douglas, Kevan A. C. Martin
  10. Cost, Efficiency, and Economy of Brain Networks
Olaf Sporns
  11. Plasticity of Sensory and Motor Systems After Injury in Mature Primates
Jon H. Kaas, Charnese Bowes
  12. Modularity, Plasticity, and Development of Brain Function
Man Chen, Michael W. Deem
  13. Specificity of Experiential Effects in Neurocognitive Development
Courtney Stevens, Helen Neville
  14. Auditory Cortical Plasticity as a Consequence of Experience and Aging
Gregg H. Recanzone
  15. The Contribution of Genetics, Epigenetics, and Early Life Experiences to Behavior
Jennifer Blaze, Eric D. Roth, Tania L. Roth
III. VISUAL ATTENTION
    Introduction
Sabine Kastner
  16. Theoretical and Behavioral Aspects of Selective Attention
Jeremy Wolfe
  17. Representations of Space and Feature-Based Attentional Priority in Human Visual Cortex
John T. Serences, Sabine Kastner
  18. Electrophysiology of Visual Attention in Humans
Steven J. Luck, Steven A. Hillyard
  19. Spatial Neglect and Attention Networks: A Cognitive Neuroscience Approach
Maurizio Corbetta, Antonello Baldassare, Alicia Callejas, Lenny Ramsey, Gordon L. Shulman
  20. Attentional Modulation of Receptive Field Profiles in the Primate Visual Cortex
Stefan Treue, Julio C. Martinez-Trujillo
  21. Attentional Selection Through Rhythmic Synchronization at Multiple Frequencies
Thilo Womelsdorf, Ayelet N. Landau, Pascal Fries
  22. Neural Signatures, Circuitry, and Modulators of Visual Selective Attention
Behrad Noudoost, Eddy Albarran, Tirin Moore
  23. Computational Models of Attention
Laurent Itti, Ali Borji
IV. SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
    Introduction
James J. Dicarlo, Rachel I. Wilson
  24. Constraints on Sensory Processing
Rachel I. Wilson
  25. Are Neural Circuits the Best They Can Be?
Fred Rieke
  26. Adaptation and Natural Stimulus Statistics
Adrienne Fairhall
  27. Perception as an Inference Problem
Bruno A. Olshausen
  28. Neural Computation in Sensory Systems
Xaq Pitkow, Markus Meister
  29. Noise, Correlations, and Information in Neural Population Codes
Elad Schneidman
  30. Population-Based Representations: From Implicit to Explicit
Nicole C. Rust
  31. Relating the Activity of Sensory Neurons to Perception
Douglas A. Ruff, Marlene R. Cohen
  32. Characterizing the Effects of Stimulus and Neural Variability on Perceptual Performance
Wilson S. Geisler, Johannes Burge, Melchi M. Michel, Anthony D. D'Antona
  33. Neural Coding of Tactile Perception
Steven Hsiao, Manuel Gomez-Ramirez
  34. Inferential Models of the Visual Cortical Hierarchy
Daniel Kersten, Alan Yuille
  35. The Functional Architecture of Human Ventral Temporal Cortex and Its Role in Visual Perception
Kalanit Grill-Spector, Kevin S. Weiner
V. MOTOR SYSTEMS AND ACTION
    Introduction
Scott T. Grafton, Peter L. Strick
  36. Basal Ganglia and Cerebellar Circuits with the Cerebral Cortex
Richard P. Dum, Andreea C. Bostan, Peter L. Strick
  37. Basal Ganglia Function
Robert S. Turner, Benjamin Pasquereau
  38. Cerebellar Function
Jörn Diedrichsen, Amy Bastian
  39. Computational Approaches for Goal-Directed Movement Planning and Execution
Frédéric Crevecoeur, Tyler Cluff, Stephen H. Scott
  40. Multineuronal Views of Information Processing
Aaron Batista
  41. Action Vocabularies and Motor Commands
Roger N. Lemon
  42. Choice Values: The Frontal Cortex and Decision Making
Matthew F. S. Rushworth, B. K. H. Chau, U. Schüffelgen, F.-X. Neubert, N. Kolling
  43. Finding the Actor in Reciprocal Affordance
Scott H. Frey, Scott T. Grafton
VI. MEMORY
    Introduction
Anthony D. Wagner
  44. Short-Term Memory: Neural Mechanisms, Brain Systems, and Cognitive Processes
Charan Ranganath, Michael E. Hasselmo, Chantal E. Stern
  45. The Medial Temporal Lobe and Memory
Lila Davachi, Alison Preston
  46. The Contribution of Hippocampal Subregions to Memory Coding
Jill K. Leutgeb, Stefan Leutgeb
  47. The Role of Context in Episodic Memory
Jeremy R. Manning, Michael J. Kahana, Kenneth A. Norman
  48. Parietal Lobe Mechanisms Subserving Episodic Memory Retrieval
Melina R. Uncapher, Alan M. Gordon, Anthony D. Wagner
  49. Memory as Decision Making
Michael B. Miler, Ian G. Dobbins
  50. Habits and Reinforcement Learning
Daphna Shohamy, Nathaniel D. Daw
  51. Prediction, Imagination, and Memory
Sinéad L. Mullally, Eleanor A. Maguire
VII. LANGUAGE AND ABSTRACT THOUGHT
    Introduction
Peter Hagoort
  52. Cytoarchitectonics, Receptorarchitectonics, and Network Topology of Language
Katrin Amunts, Marco Catani
  53. The Neurophysiology and Evolution of the Speech Rhythm
Asif A. Ghazanfar, David Poeppel
  54. Morphological Systems in Their Neurobiological Contexts
William D. Marslen-Wilson, Mirjana Bozic, Lorraine K. Tyler
  55. The “Negatives” and “Positives” of Prediction in Language
Marta Kutas, Kara D. Federmeier, Thomas P. Urbach
  56. Language in Our Hands: Neural Underpinnings of Sign Language and Co-Speech Gesture
Karen Emmorey, Asli Özyürek
  57. Neuropragmatics
Peter Hagoort, Stephen C. Levinson
  58. Cultural Recycling of Neural Substrates During Language Evolution and Development
Morten H. Christiansen, Ralph-Axel Müller
  59. The Emerging Standard Model of the Human Decision-Making Apparatus
Paul Glimcher
VIII. SOCIAL NEUROSCIENCE AND EMOTION
    Introduction
Elizabeth A. Phelps, Todd F. Heatherton
  60. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Fear and Its Control: From Animal Models to Human Experience
Catherine A. Hartley, Justin M. Moscarello, Gregory J. Quirk, Elizabeth A. Phelps
  61. Self-Regulation and Its Failures
Dylan D. Wagner, Todd F. Heatherton
  62. What Is the Role of Control in Emotional Life?
Kevin N. Ochsner
  63. Emotional Reactivity and Regulation Across Development
Leah H. Somerville, BJ Casey
  64. The Amygdala: Relations to Biologically Relevant Learning and Development
Dylan G. Gee, Paul J. Whalen
  65. Sensory Foundations of Socioemotional Perception
Timothy R. Koscik, Nicole White, Hanah A. Chapman, Adam K. Anderson
  66. The Role of the Amygdala in Face Processing
Peter Mende-Siedlecki, Alexander Todorov
  67. The Cultural Neuroscience of Human Perception
Nalini Ambady, Jonathan B. Freeman
IX. CONCIOUSNESS
    Introduction
Giulio Tononi
  68. Neural Correlates of Consciousness: Perception and Volition
Gabriel Kreiman
  69. Toward an Objective Index of Consciousness
Marcello Massimini
  70. Consciousness Alterations After Severe Brain Injury
Athena Demertzi, Steven Laureys
  71. Consciousness and Seizures
Hal Blumenfeld
  72. On the Relationship Between Consciousness and Attention
Naotsugu Tsuchiya, Christof Koch
  73. Consciousness and Its Access Mechanisms
Sid Kouider, Jérôme Sackur
  74. Bodily Self-Consciousness
Olaf Blanke
  75. Intention and Agency
Patrick Haggard
X. ADVANCES IN METHODOLOGY
    Introduction
B. A. Wandell
  76. Computational Causal Modeling of High-Resolution Functional MRI Data
Alard Roebroeck, Rainer Goebel
  77. Multivoxel Pattern Analysis of Functional MRI Data
Jarrod A. Lewis-Peacock, Kenneth A. Norman
  78. Quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Yaniv Assaf
  79. Network Methods to Characterize Brain Structure and Function
Danielle S. Bassett, Mary-Ellen Lynall
  80. Using Computational Models to Understand Robustness and Variability in Nervous Systems
Tilman J. Kispersky, Timothy O'Leary, Eve Marder
  81. Studies of Human Visual Perception Using Cortical Electrical Stimulation
Daniel Yoshor, Michael S. Beauchamp
  82. Optogenetics in the Study of Mammalian Behavior
Kelly A. Zalocusky, Karl Deisseroth
  83. Neuroimaging Informatics: Tools to Manage and Share Neuroimaging and Related Data
Daniel Marcus
XI. NEUROSCIENCE AND SOCIETY
    Introduction
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong, Adina Roskies
  84. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Person Perception
Lasana T. Harris, Victoria K. Lee, Beatrice H. Capestany
  85. Mindreading and Privacy
Adina L. Roskies
  86. The Cognitive Neuroscience of Moral Judgment and Decision Making
Joshua D. Greene
  87. Cognitive Neuroscience and Criminal Responsibility
Uri Maoz, Gideon Yaffe
  88. Society and Addiction: Bringing Understanding and Appreciation to a Mental Health Disorder
Annabelle M. Belcher, Nora D. Volkow, F. Gerard Moeller, Sergi Ferré
  89. Neuroscience of Antisocial Behavior
Lyn M. Gaudet, Nathaniel E. Anderson, Kent A. Kiehl
  90. Neuropharmacology and Society
Anjan Chatterjee
  91. Neuroeconomics
Scott A. Huettel
  92. The Significance of Cognitive Neuroscience: Findings, Applications, and Challenges
Anat Arzi, Snigdha Banerjee, Justin C. Cox, Dean D'Souza, Felipe De Brigard, Bradley B. Doll, Jacqueline Fairley, Stephen M. Fleming, Sibylle C. Herholz, Danielle R. King, Laura A. Libby, John C. Myers, Maital Neta, David Pitcher, Jonathan D. Power, Olga Rass, Maureen Ritchey, Eduardo Rosales Jubal, Ashley Royston, Dylan D. Wagner, Wei-chun Wang, Jill D. Waring, Jamal Williams, Suzanne Wood
  CONTRIBUTORS
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The Cognitive Neurosciences, 5th Edition

Overview

Each edition of this classic reference has proved to be a benchmark in the developing field of cognitive neuroscience. The fifth edition of The Cognitive Neurosciences continues to chart new directions in the study of the biological underpinnings of complex cognitio—the relationship between the structural and physiological mechanisms of the nervous system and the psychological reality of the mind. It offers entirely new material, reflecting recent advances in the field.

Many of the developments in cognitive neuroscience have been shaped by the introduction of novel tools and methodologies, and a new section is devoted to methods that promise to guide the field into the future—from sophisticated models of causality in brain function to the application of network theory to massive data sets. Another new section treats neuroscience and society, considering some of the moral and political quandaries posed by current neuroscientific methods.

Other sections describe, among other things, new research that draws on developmental imaging to study the changing structure and function of the brain over the lifespan; progress in establishing increasingly precise models of memory; research that confirms the study of emotion and social cognition as a core area in cognitive neuroscience; and new findings that cast doubt on the so-called neural correlates of consciousness.