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Neuroscience techniques

Nov 2006
Investigative techniques to study human cognition are examined in Methods inMind. Part of the “Cognitive Neuroscience” series, the illustrated 376-page volume emphasizes how increasingly sophisticated methods can be used in innovative ways and how they can be integrated to strengthen empirical findings. Written by experts in the field, the chapters cover specific approaches, among them eye movements, electroencephalography, computational modeling, cognitive neuropsychiatry, transcranial magnetic stimulation, lesion studies in nonhuman primates, and single neurons and primate behavior. Cross-method approaches such as the use of functional MRI to constrain magnetoencephalography and the integration of neuroimaging and genetic analysis are highlighted. The use of grid computing to analyze massive datasets in cyberspace also is described. An index is provided. Carl Senior, Tamara Russell and Michael S. Gazzaniga, eds.; The MIT Press, Cambridge, Mass., 2006; $55.

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