Information Processing by the Brain: Views and Hypotheses from a Physiological-Cognitive Perspective (Hardback)Hans Markowitsch (editor)
Hardback 261 Pages / Published: 01/01/1988
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The main focus of this volume is on various aspects of how information is encoded, stored, and retrieved in higher organisms, including humans. Chapters dealing with "physiological" perspectives focus on changes in neuronal tissues and transmitters, while those with a more "cognitive" approach address the higher, more complex and integrative actions of information transmission.
Publisher: Hogrefe Publishing
Number of pages: 261
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