Brain and Behaviour: Critical Concepts in Psychology

Brain and Behaviour: Critical Concepts in Psychology

by Jules Davidoff
     
 

ISBN-10: 0415134994

ISBN-13: 9780415134996

Pub. Date: 08/28/2000

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

These four volumes present papers on the relationship between brain and behaviour, from the onset of its study in the mid-nineteenth century to the present day.
In the mid-nineteenth century, the French physician Paul Broca performed an autopsy which revealed that the brain was critically involved in speech function. Since then, further profound observations and

Overview

These four volumes present papers on the relationship between brain and behaviour, from the onset of its study in the mid-nineteenth century to the present day.
In the mid-nineteenth century, the French physician Paul Broca performed an autopsy which revealed that the brain was critically involved in speech function. Since then, further profound observations and theoretical insights have continued, adding to the debate about the brain and behaviour relationship. The papers in this collection have been selected by the influence they have had on these developments.
The articles are primarily concerned with behaviour rather than neuroanatomy, and will allow students and researchers the chance to survey the evidence in the link between brain and behaviour, spanning many areas of cognition.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780415134996
Publisher:
Taylor & Francis
Publication date:
08/28/2000
Series:
Critical Concepts in Psychology Series
Pages:
1616
Product dimensions:
6.50(w) x 9.90(h) x 4.20(d)

Table of Contents

Section 1: Modular Function 1. Signoret, J-L, Castaigne, P., Lhermitte, F., Abelanet, R. and Lavorel, P. [1984] Rediscovery of Leborgne's brain: Anatomical description with CT scan Brain and Language, 22

2. Damasio, H., Grabowski, T., Frank, R., Galaburda, A.M. and Damasio, A.R. [1994] The return of Phineas Gage: Clues about the brain from the skull of a famous patient Science, 264

3. Lichtheim, L. [1885] On Aphasia Brain, 7

4. Curtis, J.N. and Foster, W.S. [1917] Size vs. intensity as a determinant of attention American Journal of Psychology, 28

5. Bramwell, B. [1899] On "crossed" aphasia Lancet, 2

6. Smith, A. and Burkland, C.W. [1966] Dominant hemispherectomy: preliminary report on neuropsychological sequelae Science, 153

7. Akelaitis, A.J. [1944] A study of gnosis, praxis and language following section of the corpus callosum and anterior commissure Journal of Neurosurgery, 1

8. Milner, B. [1958] Psychological defects produced by temporal lobe lesions Research Publications of the Association for Research in Nervous and Mental Disorders, 36

9. Gazzaniga, M.S., Bogen, J.E. and Sperry, R.W. [1965] Oberservations on visual perception after disconnexion of the cerebral hemispheres in man Brain, 88

10. Geschwind, N. [1965] Disconnexion syndromes in animals and man Brain,88

Section 2: Perception

11. Holmes, G. [1918] Disturbances of vision created by cerebral lesions British Journal of Opthalmology, 2

12. Wechsler, I.S. [1933] Partial cortical blindness with preservation of colour vision Archives of Ophthalmology (Chicago, New series), 9

13. Riddoch, G. [1917] Dissociation of visual perceptions due to occipital injuries, with special reference to appreciation of movement Brain, 40

14. Zihl, J., von Cramon, D. and Mai, N. [1983] Selective disturbance of movement vision after bilateral brain damage, Brain, 106

15. Poppel, E., Held, R. and Frost, D. [1973] Residual visual functions after brain wounds involving the central visual pathways in man Nature, 243

16. Shallice, T. and Jackson, M. [1988] Lissauer on agnosia Cognitive Neuropsychology, 5

17. Warrington, M. and James, M. [1988] Visual apperceptive agnosia: A clinico-anatomical study of three cases Cortex, 24

18. Hecaen, H. and de Ajuriaguerra, J. [1954] Balint syndrome (psychic paralysis of visual fixation) and its minor forms Brain, 77

19. Coslett, H.B. and Saffran, E. [1991] Simultagnosia Brain, 114

20. Riddoch, M.J. and Humphreys G.W. [1987] A case of integrative visual agnosia Brain, 110

21. Ellis, H.D. and Florence, M. [1990] Bodamer's paper on prosopagnosia Cognitive Neuropsychology, 7

22. Bauer, R.M. [1984] Autonomic recognition of names and faces in prosopagnosia: a neuropsychological application of the guilty knowledge test Neuropsychologia, 22

23. De Haan, E.H.F., Young, A.W. and Newcombe, F. [1987] Face recognition without awareness Cognitive Neuropsychology, 4

24. Alexander, M.P., Stuss, D.T. and Benson, D.F. [1979] Capgras syndrome: A reduplicative phenomenon Neurology, 29

Section 3: Memory

25. Savill, T. [1889] On a case of sudden and isolated suppression of the mental vision of signs and objects (forms and colours)(Lecture XIII). Clinical lectures on diseases of the nervous system delivered at the infirmary of La Salpetriere by Professor J-M Charcot 26. Farah, M.J. [1984] The neurological basis of mental imagery; a componential analysis Cognition, 18 27. Victor, M. and Yakovlev, P.I. [1955] S.S. Korsakoff's psychic disorder in conjunction with peripheral neuritis Neurology 28. Mayes, A.R., Meudell, P.R., Mann, D. and Pickering, A. [1988] Location of lesions in Lorsakoff's syndrome: Neuropsychological and neuropathological data on two patients Cortex, 24 29. Hodges, J.R. and Ward, C.D. [1989] Observations during transient global amnesia Brain, 112 30. Scoville, W.B. and Milner, B. [1957] Loss of recent memory after bilateral hippocampal lesions Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry, 20 31. Warrington, E.K. and Weiskrantz, L. [1968] New method of testing long-term retention with special reference to amnesiac patients Nature, 217 32. Cohen, N.J. and Squire, L.R. [1980] Preserved learning and retention of pattern-analyzing skill in amnesia: Dissociation of knowing how and knowing that Science, 210 33. Luria, A.R., Sokolov, E.N. and Klimkowski, M. [1967] Towards a neurodynamic analysis of memory disturbances with lesions of the left temporal lobe Neuropsychologica, 5 34. Shallice, T. and Butterworth, B. [1977] Short-term memory impairment and spontaneous speech Neuropsychologia, 15 35. Vallar, G. and Baddeley, A.D. [1984] Fractionation of working memory: Neuropsychological evidence for a phonological short-term store Journal of Verbal Learning and Verbal Behaviour, 23

Section 4: Object Knowledge

36. De Renzi, E., Scotti, G. and Spinnler, H. [1969] Perceptual and associative disorders of visual recognition Neurology, 19 37. Davidoff, J. and Fodor, G. [1989] An annotated translation of Lewandowsky (1908) Cognitive Neuropsychology, 6 38. Goodglass, H., Klein, B., Carey, P. and Jones, K. [1966] Specific semantic word categories i aphasia Cortex, 2 39. Warrington, E.K. [1975] The selective impairment of semantic memory Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 27 40. Warrington, E.K. and Shallice, T. [1984] Category specific impairments Brain, 107 41. McCarthy, R.A. and Warrington, E.K. [1988] Evidence for modality-specific meaning systems in the brain Nature, 334 42. Semenza, C. and Zettin, M. [1988] Generating proper names: A case of selective inability Cognitive Neuropsychology, 5 43. Lhermitte, F. and Beauvois, M-F, [1973] A visual-speech disconnexion syndrome Report of a case with optic aphasia, agnosic alexia and colour agnosia Brain, 96 44. Kremin, H. [1986] Spared naming without comprehension Journal of Neurolinguistics, 2

Section 5: Language

45. De Bleser, R. [1989] Neurology: Recent contributions on aphasia by C. Wernicke (1886) translated by R. de Bleser Cognitive Neuropsychology, 6 46. Ellis, A.W. [1984] Introduction to Byrom Bramwell's (1897) case of word meaning deafness Cognitive Neuropsychology, 1 47. De Bleser, R. [1989] On aphasia and its relations to perception by Grashey (1885) translated by R. De Blaser Cognitive Neuropsychology, 6 48. Marshall, J.C. and Newcombe, F. [1973] Patterns of paralexia: a psycholinguistic approach Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 2 49. Patterson, K. and Kay, J. [1982] Letter-by-letter reading: Psychological descriptions of a neurological (sic) syndrome Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 34A 50. Beauvois, M-F and Derouesne, J. [1981] Lexical or orthographic agraphia Brain, 104 51. Geschwind, N. and Fusillo, M. [1966] Color-naming defects in association with alexia Archives of Neurology, 15 52. Marshall, J.C. and Newcombe, F. [1966] Syntactic and semantic errors in paralexia Neuropsychologia, 4 53. Caramazza, A. and Zurif, E.B. [1976] Dissociation of algorithmic and heuristic processes in language comprehension: Evidence from aphasia Brain Lanuage, 3 54. Miceli, G., Silveri, M.C., Villa, G. and Caramazza, A. [1984] On the basis for the agrammatic's difficulty in producing main verbs Cortex, 20 55. McCloskey, M., Sokol, S.M. and Goodman, R.A. [1986] Cognitive processes in verbal-number production: Inferences from the performance of brain-damaged subjects Journal of Experimental Psychology: General, 115 56. Monrad-Krohn, G.H. [1947] Dysprosody or altered "melody of language" Brain, 70 57. Kimura, D. [1982] Left-hemisphere control of oral and brachial movements and their relation to communication Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London B, 298 58. Poizner, H., Bellugi, U. and Klima, E.S. [1990] Biological foundations of language; Clues from sign language Annual Review of Neuroscience, 13

Section 6: Motor Action and Space

59. Mishkin, M., Ungerleider, L.G. and Macko, K.A. [1983] Object vision and spatial vision: two cortical pathways Trends in Neurosciences, 6 60. Posner, M.I., Walker, J.A., Friedrich, F.J. and Rafal, R.D. [1984] Effects of parietal injury on covert orienting of attention Journal of Neuroscience, 4 61. Brain, R.W. [1941] Visual disorientation with special reference to lesions of the right cerebral hemisphere Brain, 64 62. Heilman, K.M. and Valenstein, E. [1979] Mechanisms underlying hemispatial neglect Annals of Neurology, 5 63. Bisiach, E. and Luzzatti, C. [1978] Unilateral neglect of representational space Cortex, 14 64. Goodale, M.A. and Milner, D. [1992] Separate pathways for perception and action Trends in Neurosciences, 15 65. Perenin, M-T and Vighetto, A. [1988] Optic ataxia: A specific disruption in visumotor mechanisms Brain, 111 66. Paterson, A. and Zangwill, O.L. [1944] Disorders of visual space associated with lesions of the right cerbral hemisphere Brain, 67 67. De Renzi, E. and Lucchelli, F. [1988] Ideational apraxia Brain,111

Section 7: Higher Mental Functions

68. Joanette, Y., Stemmer, B., Assal, G. and Whitaker, H. [1930] From theory to Practice: The unconventional contribution of Gottleib Burckhardt to psychosurgery Brain and Language, 45 69. Benton, A.L. [1968] Differential behavioural effects in frontal lobe disease Neuropsychologia, 6 70. Lhermitte, F. [1983] 'Utilization behaviour' and its relation to lesions of the frontal lobes Brain, 106 71. Shallice, T. and Evans, M.E. [1978] The involvement of the frontal lobes in cognitive estimation Cortex, 14 72. Goldstein, K. [1936] The significance of the frontal lobes for mental performances Journal of Neurological Psychopathology, 17 73. Halstead, W.C. [1940] Preliminary analysis of grouping behaviour in patients with cerebral injury by the method of equivalent and non-equivalent stimuli American Journal of Psychiatry, 96 74. Berg, E.A. [1948] A simple objective technique for measuring flexibility in thinking Journal of General Psychology, 39 75. Shallice, T. and Burgess, P. [1991] Deficits in strategy application following frontal lobe damage in man Brain, 114 76. Frith, C.D., Friston, K., Liddle, P.F. and Frackowiak, R.S.J. [1991] Willed action and the prefrontal cortex in man: A study with PET Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Biological Science, 244

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