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Disorders of Brain and Mind Volume 2

Disorders of Brain and Mind Volume 2

Edited by Maria Ron, Trevor Robbins

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In recent years there have been major advances in areas of clinical neuroscience including neurogenetics, neuroimaging and the scientific study of consciousness. Disorders of Brain and Mind II brings... (more)

Brave new mind: A thoughtful inquiry into the nature and meaning of mental life

Brave new mind: A thoughtful inquiry into the nature and meaning of mental life

by Peter C. Dodwell

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A historical and critical account of the development of the computational metaphor on the mind. According to this metaphor, the mind is viewed simply as an "outgrowth" or "emergent property" of the... (more)

Revolutionary Connections: Psychotherapy and Neuroscience

Revolutionary Connections: Psychotherapy and Neuroscience

Edited by Jenny Corrigall, Heward Wilkinson

  • Paperback £34.99

For many years psychotherapy and neuroscience have been estranged; existing on opposite ends of the spectrum concerned with the investigation of the mind. However in recent years, these two opposing... (more)

Connectionism and the Mind: Parallel Processing, Dynamics, and Evolution in Networks

Connectionism and the Mind: Parallel Processing, Dynamics, and Evolution in Networks

by William Bechtel

  • Paperback £33.25

Connectionism and the Mind provides a clear and balanced introduction to connectionist networks and explores their theoretical and philosophical implications. (more)

Case studies in neuropsychological rehabilitation:

Case studies in neuropsychological rehabilitation:

by Wilson

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After a discussion of late-1990s theory and research findings relating to rehabilitation of brain injury, this book presents 20 case studies of adults with severe brain injuries sustained several... (more)

Neurobiology

Neurobiology

by Gordon M. Shepherd

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This updated text will continue to serve the needs of students in introductory neuroscience courses. Among topics highlighted in the 3rd edition are the superfamily of molecules responsible for... (more)

Mind and Nature: Essays on Time and Subject

Mind and Nature: Essays on Time and Subject

by Jason W. Brown

  • Paperback £59.25

This collection of essays extends the microgenetic theory of the mind/brain state to basic problems in process psychology and philosophy of mind. The authora s microtemporal model of brain activity... (more)

Cognitive Rehabilitation in Dementia:

Cognitive Rehabilitation in Dementia:

Edited by Linda Clare, Robert T. Woods

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Neuropsychological Rehabilitation provides an international forum for the publication of well designed and properly evaluated intervention strategies, survays, and observational procedures which are... (more)

Physiological Basis of Behaviour: Neural and Hormonal Processes

Physiological Basis of Behaviour: Neural and Hormonal Processes

by Kevin Silber

  • Paperback £18.99

An introduction to the basic structures of the central nervous system, the techniques used in neuroscience and a short discussion of the affect of drugs on the brain. (more)

Clinical neuropsychology: Behavioral and brain science

Clinical neuropsychology: Behavioral and brain science

by John L. Bradshaw, Jason Mattingley

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This study of how normal and abnormal function of the brain affects human thought, emotion and behaviour focuses on the effects of localized brain damage and of specific brain disorders. The text... (more)

Cognitive neuroscience: A reader

Cognitive neuroscience: A reader

Edited by Michael S. Gazzaniga

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This work offers a collection of readings in the area of cognitive neuroscience. The author has brought together papers ranging from the earliest articles discussing brain plasticity through to... (more)

Altered egos: how the brain creates the self

Altered egos: how the brain creates the self

by Todd E. Feinberg

  • Paperback £22.49

It may be the deepest mystery of philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience: how does the brain unite to create the self, the subjective "I"? In this work, Dr. Todd Feinberg presents his theory of the... (more)

Mind, Brain, and Schizophrenia

Mind, Brain, and Schizophrenia

by Peter Williamson

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The author of this accessible, well-written book argues that it is time to set aside the search for a single cause of schizophrenia and focus on the disease's final common pathway. He highlights... (more)

Disorders of Affect Regulation: Alexithymia in Medical and Psychiatric Illness

Disorders of Affect Regulation: Alexithymia in Medical and Psychiatric Illness

Edited by Graeme J. Taylor

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Here, the authors present recent thinking about the development and regulation of emotions, and argue that several common but difficult-to-treat psychiatric illnesses, including drug addictions, are... (more)

The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life

The Emotional Brain: The Mysterious Underpinnings of Emotional Life

by Joseph LeDoux

  • Paperback £9.99

Much of our emotional life is lived unconsciously and is far richer than our conscious feelings, for example, our unconscious mind will already be reacting to situations of danger some time before we... (more)

The Language Instinct

The Language Instinct

by Steven Pinker

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Looks at one of the most fundamental of our species' distinguishing characteristics: the use of language. The author argues that our language abilities are part of our genetic inheritance, not a... (more)

Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self: The Neurobiology of Emotional Development

Affect Regulation and the Origin of the Self: The Neurobiology of Emotional Development

by Allan N. Schore

  • Paperback £84.99

During the past decade a diverse group of disciplines have simultaneously intensified their attention upon the scientific study of emotion. This proliferation of research on affective phenomena has... (more)

The Neurobiological and Developmental Basis for Psychotherapeutic Intervention

The Neurobiological and Developmental Basis for Psychotherapeutic Intervention

by Michael Moskowitz, Catherine Monk

  • Hardback £79.00

This text addresses the relationship between early experiences and later difficulties in life. With contributions from researchers in this field, it presents a synthesis of psychoanalysis with... (more)

A Leg to Stand On

A Leg to Stand On

by Oliver Sacks

  • Paperback £9.99

When Oliver Sacks, a physician by profession, injured his leg while climbing a mountain, he found himself in an unusual position - that of patient. The injury itself was severe, but straightforward... (more)

Memory in mind and brain - what dream imagery reveals

Memory in mind and brain - what dream imagery reveals

by Morton Reiser

  • Paperback £16.50

The nature of memory, dreams, and how the brain works is explored in this text. The author takes a multidiscipliniary approach, using data from neuroscience, psychology, biology and artificial... (more)

Psychodynamics and Cognition

Psychodynamics and Cognition

Edited by Mardi Horowitz

  • Hardback £54.00

Outlines ways that methods and ideas from cognitive and information science can be used to reformulate psychoanalytic concepts and to test them outside the psychoanalytic situation. Based on a 1984... (more)

A Moment of Transition: Two Neuroscientific Articles by Sigmund Freud

A Moment of Transition: Two Neuroscientific Articles by Sigmund Freud

Edited by Mark Solms, Michael Saling

  • Paperback £39.99

Translations of two neuroscientific articles by Freud are presented here for the first time in English. Alongside these, the editors offer convincing arguments for their importance to both... (more)

Executive Functions: What They Are, How They Work, and Why They Evolved

Executive Functions: What They Are, How They Work, and Why They Evolved

by Russell A. Barkley

  • Paperback £22.99

This groundbreaking book offers a comprehensive theory of executive functioning (EF) with important clinical implications. Synthesizing cutting-edge neuropsychological and evolutionary research,... (more)

Living with Mild Brain Injury: The Difficulties of Diagnosis and Recovery from Post-Concussion Syndrome

Living with Mild Brain Injury: The Difficulties of Diagnosis and Recovery from Post-Concussion Syndrome

by Pauline O' Connor

  • Paperback £19.99

This important book presents a unique, personal account of the impact a mild traumatic brain injury can have. It tells the story of Pauline, who was 33 when a late football tackle caused a bleed in... (more)

Adjusting to Brain Injury: Reflections from Survivors, Family Members and Clinicians

Adjusting to Brain Injury: Reflections from Survivors, Family Members and Clinicians

by Katherine Dawson, Ashraf Sheikh

  • Paperback £19.99

This important book in the After Brain Injury: Survivor Stories Series tells the story of four people who suffered acquired brain injuries: Karl Hargreaves and Ashraf Sheikh as a result of road... (more)

The Digitalisation of InterSubjectivity: A Psy-Critique of the Digital Death Drive

The Digitalisation of InterSubjectivity: A Psy-Critique of the Digital Death Drive

by Jan De Vos

  • Paperback £39.99

This book explores the responsibility of psychological and neuropsychological perspectives in relation to the digitalisation of inter-subjectivity. It examines how integral their theories and models... (more)

Social: Why Our Brains are Wired to Connect

Social: Why Our Brains are Wired to Connect

by Matthew D. Lieberman

  • Paperback £12.99

Why are we influenced by the behaviour of complete strangers? Why does the brain register similar pleasure when I perceive something as 'fair' or when I eat chocolate? Why can we be so profoundly... (more)

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