The colloquium on qImaging of Cognitive Functionq speaks to the many audiences whose interests relate to efforts to map cognitive processes in the human brain. There are things of great interest in this collection of papers for specialists in cognition and neuroscience and imaging science as well as in disciplines interested in human development through education and training and others with intrinsic interest in the latest information on how the human brain supports thought. The papers were presented at a meeting sponsored by the National Academy of Sciences in its western home the Beckman Center at the University of California, Irvine.... in which the monkey maintained central fixation and responded to the probe stimuli with a manual response only. .... Haxby, J. V., Horwitz, B., Ungerleider, L. G., Maisog, J. M., Pietrini, P. aamp; Grady, C. L. (1994)J. Neurosci. ... 30. Anderson, T. J., Jenkins, I. K., Brooks, D.J., Hawken, M. B., Frackoviack, R. S. J. aamp; Kennard, C. (1994) Brain 117, ... Oa#39;Sullivan, B. T., Roland, P. E. aamp; Kawashima, R. (1994) Eur.
|Title||:||(NAS Colloquium) Neuroimaging of Human Brain Function|
|Author||:||Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences|
|Publisher||:||National Academies Press - 1998-01-01|