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Through Our Eyes Only?

Marian Stamp Dawkins.

April 1998; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: cognitive psychology. 202 pages.

This book is an exploration of a biological mystery: do non-human animals have conscious experiences? The book argues that the idea of consciousness in other species has now progressed from...

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The Evolution of Consciousness

Euan Macphail.

October 1998; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: cognitive psychology. 272 pages.

Are non-human animals conscious? When do babies begin to feel pain? What function is served by consciousness? What evidence could resolve these issues? These questions are tackled by...

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Touch, Representation, and Blindness

Edited by Morton A. Heller.

March 2000; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: cognitive psychology. 236 pages.

Psychological studies of touch and blindness have been fraught with controversy. Within this field there remains an important theoretical divide. Many researchers have taken a cognitive...

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A Mind Of Her Own

Anne Campbell.

February 2002; published online April 2010.

Book. Subjects: cognitive psychology. 404 pages.

Current theories of evolution portray men as active individuals who forge their way forward through a mix of testosterone-fuelled competition, rivalry, and aggression. But what role is left...

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The Limits of Attention

Edited by Kimron Shapiro.

October 2001; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: cognitive psychology. 260 pages.

For psychologists and cognitive neuroscientists interested in ‘attention’, the issue of the limits of our attentional mechanisms is one of great importance — what are the temporal...

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The Neuropsychology of Vision

Edited by Manfred Fahle and Mark Greenlee.

October 2003; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: neuropsychology. 366 pages.

This book describes a range of new approaches to neuropsychological investigation and provides a broad overview of visual neuropsychology. It starts by presenting the results from new...

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Similarity and Categorization

Edited by Ulrike Hahn and Michael Ramscar.

April 2001; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: cognitive psychology. 290 pages.

Understanding how objects are partitioned into useful groups to form concepts is important to most disciplines. Concepts allow us to treat different objects equivalently according to shared...

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Seeing Reason

Keith Stenning.

August 2002; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: cognitive psychology. 308 pages.

‘A picture is worth a thousand words.’ Or is it? What difference does it make whether information is presented using illustrations or language? This book is an interdisciplinary study of a...

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The Neurocognition of Language

Edited by Colin M. Brown and Peter Hagoort.

July 2000; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: neuropsychology. 424 pages.

This book brings together experts on human language and the brain to present the first critical overview of the cognitive neuroscience of language, one of the fastest-moving areas today....

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The Cognitive and Neural Bases of Spatial Neglect

Edited by Hans-Otto Karnath, A. David Milner and Giuseppe Vallar.

December 2002; published online March 2012.

Book. Subjects: neuropsychology. 420 pages.

Spatial neglect is a disorder of space-related behaviour. It is characterized by failure to explore the side of space contralateral to a brain lesion, or to react or respond to stimuli or...

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