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Table of ContentsPreface. List of contributors. Acknowledgements. Section 7: The commissurotomized brain (R.D. Nebes): 1. The commissurotomized brain (R.D. Nebes). 2. Language functions in the two hemispheres following complete cerebral commissurotomy and hemispherectomy (E. Zaidel). 3. Memory and spatial cognition following commissurotomy (D.W. Zaidel). 4. Integrative functions of the cerebral commissures (C. Trevarthen). 5. Neuropsychological sequelae of partial commissurotomy (H.W. Gordon). 6. Agenesis of the corpus callosum (M.A. Jeeves). 7. Commissurotomy studies in animals (G. Berlucchi). Section 8: Aging and dementia (S. Corkin): 8. Animal models of age-related cognitive decline (C.A. Barnes). 9. Brain imaging and cerebral metabolism (R.P. Friedland). 10. Olfaction (R.L. Doty). 11. Vision and aging (C. Owsley and M.E. Sloane). 12. Language in normal aging and age-related neurological diseases (F.J. Huff). 13. Spatial abilities and deficits in aging and age-related disorders (J.A. Ogden). 14. Abstract thought in aging and age-related neurological disease (A. Cronin-Golomb). 15. Aging and age-related neurological disease: remote memory (H.J. Sagar). 16. Psychiatric symptoms in dementia: interaction of affect and cognition (C.C. Hoch and C.F. Reynolds III). 17. Sleep in the dementing disorders (P.N. Prinz, J.S. Poceta and M.V. Vitiello). 18. Longitudinal studies of aging and age-associated dementia (M. Storandt). 19. Statistical practice in aging and dementia research (T.J. Rosen). Index.