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Figure 26.1 Lateral and medial views of the human brain showing the association cortices
Figure 26.2 The structure of the human neocortex
Figure 26.2 The structure of the human neocortex (Part 1)
Figure 26.2 The structure of the human neocortex (Part 2)
Figure 26.3 Canonical neocortical circuitry
Box 26A Cortical Lamination
Figure 26.4 Summary of the overall connectivity of the association cortices
Figure 26.5 Visuospatial tasks performed by individuals with contralateral neglect syndrome
Figure 26.6 Neuroanatomy of neglect syndromes
Figure 26.6 Neuroanatomy of neglect syndromes (Part 1)
Figure 26.6 Neuroanatomy of neglect syndromes (Part 2)
Figure 26.7 Brain imaging of patients with parietal lobe damage
Figure 26.8 Functional brain imaging of temporal lobe during face recognition
Figure 26.8 Functional brain imaging of temporal lobe during face recognition (Part 1)
Figure 26.8 Functional brain imaging of temporal lobe during face recognition (Part 2)
Box 26B Psychosurgery
Figure 26.9 Recording from single neurons in the brain of a rhesus monkey
Figure 26.9 Recording from single neurons in the brain of a rhesus monkey (Part 1)
Figure 26.9 Recording from single neurons in the brain of a rhesus monkey (Part 2)
Figure 26.10 Attention and selective activation of parietal cortex neurons in rhesus monkey
Figure 26.10 Attention and selective activation of parietal cortex neurons in rhesus monkey (Part 1)
Figure 26.10 Attention and selective activation of parietal cortex neurons in rhesus monkey (Part 2)
Figure 26.11 Attention enhances neuronal responses in visual cortex
Figure 26.12 Selective activation of face cells in inferior temporal cortex of rhesus monkey
Figure 26.12 Selective activation of face cells in inferior temporal cortex of rhesus monkey (Part 1)
Figure 26.12 Selective activation of face cells in inferior temporal cortex of rhesus monkey (Part 2)
Figure 26.13 Possible scheme of object representation
Figure 26.13 Possible scheme of object representation (Part 1)
Figure 26.13 Possible scheme of object representation (Part 2)
Figure 26.14 Activation of neurons near the principal sulcus of the frontal lobe during delayed response task
Figure 26.14 Activation of neurons near the principal sulcus of the frontal lobe during delayed response task (Part 1)
Figure 26.14 Activation of neurons near the principal sulcus of the frontal lobe during delayed response task (Part 2)
Box 26C Neuropsychological Testing
Box 26D Brain Size and Intelligence
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