The Resource Psychology in the brain : integrative cognitive neuroscience, Leon Kenemans, Utrecht University, Nick Ramsey, University Medical Centre, Utrecht University

Psychology in the brain : integrative cognitive neuroscience, Leon Kenemans, Utrecht University, Nick Ramsey, University Medical Centre, Utrecht University

Label
Psychology in the brain : integrative cognitive neuroscience
Title
Psychology in the brain
Title remainder
integrative cognitive neuroscience
Statement of responsibility
Leon Kenemans, Utrecht University, Nick Ramsey, University Medical Centre, Utrecht University
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Taking an integrated approach to cognitive neuroscience, this is essential reading for advanced undergraduate and postgraduate students and researchers. Offering original insight through its unique structure, it explains why we need to understand the brain in order to understand psychology
Cataloging source
DLC
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1959-
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Kenemans, Leon
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
QP360.5
LC item number
.K46 2013
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Ramsey, Nick
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  • Cognitive neuroscience
  • Neuropsychology
  • Mental Processes
  • Cognitive Science
Label
Psychology in the brain : integrative cognitive neuroscience, Leon Kenemans, Utrecht University, Nick Ramsey, University Medical Centre, Utrecht University
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-286) and index
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volume
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rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1.Principles and Methods -- 1.0.Introduction -- 1.1.Imaging methods -- 1.2.Electrophysiological imaging techniques -- 1.3.Blood-dynamics imaging techniques -- 1.4.Animals, lesions and virtual lesions -- 1.5.Standards in topography and coordinates -- 1.6.Concluding remarks -- 2.Perception and Action -- 2.0.Introduction -- 2.1.From perception to action in the human brain -- 2.2.Visuomotor and mirror neurons -- 2.3.Looping back: efference copy -- 2.4.Looping back: action-guided perception -- 2.5.Concluding remarks -- 3.Perception and Attention -- 3.0.Introduction -- 3.1.To see or not to see: attention modulates perception -- 3.2.How early is the attentional modulation of brain activation patterns? -- 3.3.Setting the gains: top-down signals creating a bias in perceptual cortex -- 3.4.Breaking the circuit: a dedicated ventral system for processing unexpected events -- 3.5.Conclusion -- 4.Attention and Action -- 4.0.Introduction --
  • Contents note continued: 4.1.Intentional modulation and control: the role of neurons in parietal and frontal cortices -- 4.2.Breaking the motor circuit -- 4.3.Action monitoring: the role of the anterior cingulate cortex -- 4.4.Inhibiting actions -- 4.5.Concluding remarks -- 5.Perception and Memory -- 5.0.Introduction -- 5.1.Short-term perceptual plasticity -- 5.2.First- or second-order memory and circuit breaking -- 5.3.Short-term perceptual memory and working memory -- 5.4.Retrieval from the perceptual cortex -- 5.5.Long-term plasticity in perception -- 5.6.Concluding remarks -- 6.Attention and Memory -- 6.0.Introduction -- 6.1.Spatial attention and working memory converge on a fronto-parietal network -- 6.2.Working memory drives attention, but how much? -- 6.3.Attention and working memory modulate long-term episodic memory -- 6.4.Concluding remarks -- 7.Action and Memory -- 7.0.Introduction -- 7.1.Short-term motor plasticity in motor and other parts of the cortex --
  • Contents note continued: 7.2.Conditional motor processes: the role of the cerebellum -- 7.3.Instrumental conditioning and procedural learning -- 7.4.Brain circuits for procedural learning: loops for the basal ganglia -- 7.5.Sequence learning and dopamine -- 7.6.Retrieval in the motor cortex -- 7.7.Concluding remarks -- 8.Perception, Attention and Emotion -- 8.0.Introduction: emotion as a sympathetic response -- 8.1.Affective content modulates sensory cortical processing -- 8.2.Subcortical structures in the control of attention -- 8.3.Attention drives emotion -- 8.4.The struggle between the dorsal and the ventral -- 8.5.Igniting the cortex -- 8.6.Concluding remarks -- 9.Emotion and Action -- 9.0.Introduction -- 9.1.The muscular expression of emotion -- 9.2.Emotion potentiates reflexes -- 9.3.The struggle between left and right -- 9.4.Compulsions: orbitofrontal cortex, basal ganglia and serotonin -- 9.5.Liking versus wanting: from ventral to dorsal striatum --
  • Contents note continued: 9.6.Concluding remarks -- 10.Emotion and Memory -- 10.0.Introduction -- 10.1.Long-term episodic memory is modulated by affective content through signals in the brain -- 10.2.Emotion and implicit memory -- 10.3.Emotional learning and rational decision making -- 10.4.Reconsolidating and deconsolidating the emotion -- 10.5.Explicit retrieval -- 10.6.Concluding remarks -- 11.Social Cognition and Communication -- 11.0.Introduction -- 11.1.Watching others: muscles, motor system, and conflict detection -- 11.2.Trusting others: a hormone for trust and reduced betrayal aversion? -- 11.3.Loathing others: the insula and the social neural network -- 11.4.Working with others: social oscillations -- 11.5.Understanding others: language processing in the brain -- 11.6.Talking to others: language and memory in the brain -- 11.7.Concluding remarks
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxii, 293 pages
Isbn
9780230553255
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012047085
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)759175586
  • (OCoLC)ocn759175586
Label
Psychology in the brain : integrative cognitive neuroscience, Leon Kenemans, Utrecht University, Nick Ramsey, University Medical Centre, Utrecht University
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 263-286) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • 1.Principles and Methods -- 1.0.Introduction -- 1.1.Imaging methods -- 1.2.Electrophysiological imaging techniques -- 1.3.Blood-dynamics imaging techniques -- 1.4.Animals, lesions and virtual lesions -- 1.5.Standards in topography and coordinates -- 1.6.Concluding remarks -- 2.Perception and Action -- 2.0.Introduction -- 2.1.From perception to action in the human brain -- 2.2.Visuomotor and mirror neurons -- 2.3.Looping back: efference copy -- 2.4.Looping back: action-guided perception -- 2.5.Concluding remarks -- 3.Perception and Attention -- 3.0.Introduction -- 3.1.To see or not to see: attention modulates perception -- 3.2.How early is the attentional modulation of brain activation patterns? -- 3.3.Setting the gains: top-down signals creating a bias in perceptual cortex -- 3.4.Breaking the circuit: a dedicated ventral system for processing unexpected events -- 3.5.Conclusion -- 4.Attention and Action -- 4.0.Introduction --
  • Contents note continued: 4.1.Intentional modulation and control: the role of neurons in parietal and frontal cortices -- 4.2.Breaking the motor circuit -- 4.3.Action monitoring: the role of the anterior cingulate cortex -- 4.4.Inhibiting actions -- 4.5.Concluding remarks -- 5.Perception and Memory -- 5.0.Introduction -- 5.1.Short-term perceptual plasticity -- 5.2.First- or second-order memory and circuit breaking -- 5.3.Short-term perceptual memory and working memory -- 5.4.Retrieval from the perceptual cortex -- 5.5.Long-term plasticity in perception -- 5.6.Concluding remarks -- 6.Attention and Memory -- 6.0.Introduction -- 6.1.Spatial attention and working memory converge on a fronto-parietal network -- 6.2.Working memory drives attention, but how much? -- 6.3.Attention and working memory modulate long-term episodic memory -- 6.4.Concluding remarks -- 7.Action and Memory -- 7.0.Introduction -- 7.1.Short-term motor plasticity in motor and other parts of the cortex --
  • Contents note continued: 7.2.Conditional motor processes: the role of the cerebellum -- 7.3.Instrumental conditioning and procedural learning -- 7.4.Brain circuits for procedural learning: loops for the basal ganglia -- 7.5.Sequence learning and dopamine -- 7.6.Retrieval in the motor cortex -- 7.7.Concluding remarks -- 8.Perception, Attention and Emotion -- 8.0.Introduction: emotion as a sympathetic response -- 8.1.Affective content modulates sensory cortical processing -- 8.2.Subcortical structures in the control of attention -- 8.3.Attention drives emotion -- 8.4.The struggle between the dorsal and the ventral -- 8.5.Igniting the cortex -- 8.6.Concluding remarks -- 9.Emotion and Action -- 9.0.Introduction -- 9.1.The muscular expression of emotion -- 9.2.Emotion potentiates reflexes -- 9.3.The struggle between left and right -- 9.4.Compulsions: orbitofrontal cortex, basal ganglia and serotonin -- 9.5.Liking versus wanting: from ventral to dorsal striatum --
  • Contents note continued: 9.6.Concluding remarks -- 10.Emotion and Memory -- 10.0.Introduction -- 10.1.Long-term episodic memory is modulated by affective content through signals in the brain -- 10.2.Emotion and implicit memory -- 10.3.Emotional learning and rational decision making -- 10.4.Reconsolidating and deconsolidating the emotion -- 10.5.Explicit retrieval -- 10.6.Concluding remarks -- 11.Social Cognition and Communication -- 11.0.Introduction -- 11.1.Watching others: muscles, motor system, and conflict detection -- 11.2.Trusting others: a hormone for trust and reduced betrayal aversion? -- 11.3.Loathing others: the insula and the social neural network -- 11.4.Working with others: social oscillations -- 11.5.Understanding others: language processing in the brain -- 11.6.Talking to others: language and memory in the brain -- 11.7.Concluding remarks
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xxii, 293 pages
Isbn
9780230553255
Isbn Type
(pbk.)
Lccn
2012047085
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)759175586
  • (OCoLC)ocn759175586

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