Tim Shallice considers the general question of what can be learned about the operation of the normal cognitive system from the study of the cognitive difficulties arising from neurological damage and disease. He distinguishes two types of theories of normal function and argues that the problems of making valid inferences about normal function from studies of brain-damaged subjects are more severe for the latter.
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Titolo: From Neuropsychology to Mental Structure
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Edizione: I 1989
Finitura: Copertina rigida
Misure: 15x22 cm