Cognitive Neuroscience Lecture 3The underlying premises of this book are that: 1) All cognitive functions, e.g. perception, memory, attention, share the same representational substrate of neurons and their connections. 2) Different functions differ in the portion of that substrate used at any given time. No cognitive function has a fully dedicated cortical area or network. 3) A representational cortical network (cognit) may be used by any and all cognitive functions. This chapter concerns the morphological features of cognits.
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