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Scott Slotnick - Controversies in Cognitive Neuroscience - 9780230301108 - V9780230301108
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Controversies in Cognitive Neuroscience

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Description for Controversies in Cognitive Neuroscience Hardback. Providing an in-depth review of controversies and debates within cognitive neuroscience, this single-authored book outlines the evidence and arguments on both sides of the debate, encouraging students to develop crucial critical thinking skills as they engage with the most exciting issues in this growing field. Num Pages: 240 pages, biography. BIC Classification: JMM; JMR. Category: (U) Tertiary Education (US: College). Dimension: 234 x 156 x 18. Weight in Grams: 499.
When we're thinking about how the brain works, why do we believe that one explanation is better than another? Is the majority view necessarily the correct view? In Controversies in Cognitive Neuroscience, Scott Slotnick tackles the most contentious debates within the exciting and fast-paced field of cognitive neuroscience. Student-focused and sympathetically written, its deep engagement with cutting-edge debates will help you develop your critical thinking skills. Providing evidence from both sides of each debate, the book covers essential topics such as long-term memory, working memory, language, perception, and attention. By helping you to weigh up the evidence and ... Read more

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About Scott Slotnick
Scott Slotnick is Associate Professor of Psychology at Boston College, USA. As well as teaching undergraduate and graduate courses in cognitive psychology and cognitive neuroscience, he is also an active researcher in this field with particular interest in the neural mechanisms mediating human memory, perception, and attention.

Reviews for Controversies in Cognitive Neuroscience
"One of the most crucial skills for university students is to learn how to become critical consumers of scientific knowledge. This book provides the ideal structure and support to develop their own critical evaluation of cognitive neuroscience." - Professor Deborah Hall, Director, NIHR National Biomedical Research Unit in Hearing, Nottingham, UK "Capitalizing on the insight that much can be learned ... Read more

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