Brain Mechanisms of Perception and Memory

Brain Mechanisms of Perception and Memory : From Neuron to Behavior

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Information about perception and memory is accumulating rapidly in both basic and clinical neuroscience, and this progress has been made using a variety of approaches while drawing jointly on the traditions of neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, and neuropsychology. This volume presents the work of over 40 eminent scientists from around the world, their research includes such core issues as the perception of form, perception of motion, memory and the limbic system, the neocortex, andneural plasticity. The breadth of coverage of this volume in conjunction with its extensive studies of nonhuman primates makes this book a necessary reference for those interested in current perspectives on brain mechanisms of perception and memory. Neuroscientists, neuropsychologists, cognitive andphysiological psychologists will find this authoritative, state-of-the-art review important and informative reading.show more

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  • Hardback | 714 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 47mm | 1,320g
  • Oxford University Press Inc
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • halftones, line figures, tables
  • 0195077709
  • 9780195077704

Table of contents

PART I: PERCEPTION OF FORM; 1. Differential Functions of Central and Peripheral Visual Field Representations in Monkey Prestriate Cortex; 2. Inability of Pattern Vision in Monkeys with Removal of Posterior Inferotemporal Cortex; 3. Serial Processing of Visual Object-Features in the Posterior and Anterior Parts of the Inferotemporal Cortex; 4. An Analysis at the Population Level of the Processing of Faces in the Inferotemporal Cortex; 5. Information Processing in the Monkey Somatosensory Cortex for the Recognition of Objects; 6. A Role of Expectation in Visual and Tactile Processing within Temporal Cortex; PART II: PERCEPTION OF MOTION; 7. Extraretinal Representations in Visual Areas of Macaque Cerebral Cortex; 8. Hierarchical Neural Analysis of Optical Flow in the Macaque Visual Pathway; 9. Motion Processing for Guiding Self-Motion; 10. Neural Mechanisms of Perception of Linear and Rotary Movement in Depth in the Parietal Association Cortex of the Monkey; 11. From Direction of Motion to Patterns of Motion: Hierarchies of Motion Analysis in Visual Cortex; 12. Microstimulation of Visual Area MT: Effects of Choice Behavior in the Absence of Moving Visual Stimuli; PART III: MEMORY: LIMBIC SYSTEM; 13. The Organization of Declarative and Nondeclarative Memory; 14. The Entorhinal Cortex of the Monkey: A Summary of Recent Anatomical Findings; 15. The Memory System Damaged in Medial Temporal Lobe Amnesia: Findings from Humans and Nonhuman Primates; 16. Anterograde Amnesia and the Comparative Neuropsychology of Limbic Structures; 17. Neurophysiological and Theoretical Analysis of How the Primate Hippocampus Functions in Memory; 18. Where Perception Meets Memory: Functional Coding in the Hippocampus; 19. Neural Mechanisms of Recognition and Memory in the Limbic System; 20. Contribution of Monkey Basal Forebrain to Learning and Memory; 21. The Role of the Hippocampus in Learning and Memory; PART IV: PERCEPTION AND MEMORY: NEOCORTEX; 22. Neural Mechanisms of Pictorial Long-Term Memory in the Primate Temporal Cortex; 23. Comparisons of Single Neuronal Activities in the Temporal Cortex and the Amygdala of the Rhesus Monkey During a Visual Discrimination and Memory Task; 24. The Effects of Selective Attention on Visual Processing Measured with Performance and Positron Emission Tomography; 25. Memory Cells in Primate Cortex and the Activation of Memory Networks; 26. Prefrontal Cortex: Contribution to Memory and Cognition; 27. Delayed Response and Perseverative Errors in Newborn Infant Rhesus Monkeys; 28. Premotor and Supplementary Motor Cortex in Sequential Motor Tasks; 29. Prefrontal Cortex in the Organization and Control of Voluntary Movement; 30. Role of the Basal Ganglia in Motor Learning: A Hypothesis; PART V: NEURAL PLASTICITY; 31. In Vitro Study of Visual Cortical Development and Plasticity; 32. Potentiation and Depression in Visual Cortical Neurons: A Functional Approach to Synaptic Plasticity; 33. Molecular Mechanisms Underlying Long-Term Potentiation/Depression in the Developing Visual Cortex: An Overview; 34. Aberrant Projections in Developing Brains: Their Role in Neuronal Plasticity; 35. Reconstruction of Mammalian Central Neural Circuitry; 36. GABA-Receptor and Glycine-Receptor in the Rat Cerebral Cortex and Hippocampal Formation; PART VI: NEURAL MODELING AND REPRESENTATION; 37. Real-Time Optical Recording of Neuronal Activities in the Brain; 38. Neural Network Modeling of Brain Lesions; 39. Neural Representation of Information by Sparse Encoding; PART VII: PERSPECTIVES; 40. How Does the Cerebellum Facilitate Thought?; 41. Evolution of Consciousnessshow more