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  1. Applied Neuropsychology of Attention

    Theory, Diagnosis and Rehabilitation

    Edited by Michel Leclercq, Peter Zimmermann

    The concept of attention in academic psychology has been treated with varying degrees of importance over the years. From playing a key role in the 19th century, it was discarded in the first half of the 20th century, as clinical psychologists claimed it was superfluous to the essential subconscious...

    Published October 16th 2013 by Psychology Press

  2. Predisposed

    Liberals, Conservatives, and the Biology of Political Differences

    By John R. Hibbing, Kevin B. Smith, John R. Alford

    Buried in many people and operating largely outside the realm of conscious thought are forces inclining us toward liberal or conservative political convictions. Our biology predisposes us to see and understand the world in different ways, not always reason and the careful consideration of facts....

    Published September 16th 2013 by Routledge

  3. The Cognitive Neuropsychology of Language (Psychology Revivals)

    Edited by Max Coltheart, Giuseppe Sartori, Remo Job

    Series: Psychology Revivals

    Damage to the brain can impair language in many different ways, severely harming some linguistic functions whilst sparing others. To achieve some understanding of the apparently bewildering diversity of language disorders, it is necessary to interpret impaired linguistic performance by relating it...

    Published September 13th 2013 by Psychology Press

  4. Human Cognitive Neuropsychology (Classic Edition)

    By Andrew W. Ellis, Andrew W. Young

    Series: Psychology Press & Routledge Classic Editions

    Cognitive neuropsychology seeks to understand impairments of specific cognitive functions in relation to a model of normal cognitive processing. The conclusions drawn from the study of abnormal processes are in turn used in the development and testing of theories of normal cognition. First...

    Published August 13th 2013 by Psychology Press

  5. Perception Beyond Gestalt

    Progress in vision research

    Edited by Adam Geremek, Mark Greenlee, Svein Magnussen

    Series: Explorations in Cognitive Psychology

    How does the brain piece together the information required to achieve object recognition, figure-ground segmentation, object completion in cases of partial occlusion and related perceptual phenomena? This book focuses on principles of Gestalt psychology and the key issues which surround them,...

    Published August 8th 2013 by Psychology Press

  6. Modelling High-level Cognitive Processes

    By Richard P. Cooper With Contributi, Peter G. Yule, John Fox, David W. Glasspool, Richard P. Cooper

    This book is a practical guide to building computational models of high-level cognitive processes and systems. High-level processes are those central cognitive processes involved in thinking, reasoning, planning, and so on. These processes appear to share representational and processing...

    Published July 8th 2013 by Psychology Press

  7. Understanding Cognitive Development

    Approaches from Mind and Brain

    Edited by Barbara Landau

    Series: Special Issues of Cognitive Neuropsychology

    The papers in this volume examine the state of the art in key areas of developmental cognitive neuroscience, focusing on theoretically driven research on cognition and its development. The past decade has seen an increasing number of empirical papers on the relationship between brain and cognitive...

    Published March 28th 2013 by Psychology Press

  8. Category Specificity in Brain and Mind

    Edited by Emer Forde, Glyn Humphreys

    Series: Brain, Behaviour and Cognition

    Some of the most fascinating deficits in neuropsychology concern the failure to recognise common objects from one semantic category, such as living things, when there is no such difficulty with objects from another, such as non-living things. Over the past twenty years, numerous cases of these '...

    Published December 7th 2012 by Psychology Press

  9. Visual Perception

    An Introduction, 3rd Edition

    By Nicholas Wade, Mike Swanston

    Does the world appear the same to everyone? Does what we know determine what we see? Why do we see the world as we do? Vision is our most dominant sense. From the light that enters our eyes to the complex cognitive processes that follow, we derive most of our information about what things are,...

    Published October 24th 2012 by Psychology Press

  10. Single-case and Small-n Experimental Designs

    A Practical Guide To Randomization Tests, Second Edition

    By Pat Dugard, Portia File, Jonathan Todman

    This practical guide explains the use of randomization tests and provides example designs and macros for implementation in IBM SPSS and Excel. It reviews the theory and practice of single-case and small-n designs so readers can draw valid causal inferences from small-scale clinical studies. The...

    Published October 27th 2011 by Routledge