The Myth of Executive Functioning

Missing Elements in Conceptualization, Evaluation, and Assessment

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ISBN: 978-3-319-04476-7 (Print) 978-3-319-04477-4 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Introduction

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    Pages 3-6

    Problem Solving: Practical Examples and Additional Properties

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    The Problem Solving Metaphor, Neuropsychology, and Executive Functioning

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    Pages 11-12

    Neuropsychological Constructs, Assumptions, and Executive Functioning: Revisiting Principles of Brain Organization

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    Functional Domains, Unitary Constructs, and the Integrated Brain

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    Large Scale Brain Systems

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    The Application of Large Scale Brain Systems to Practical “EF” Behavior: Revisiting the Introductory Examples

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    Pages 27-31

    The Novelty-Routinization Principle of Brain Organization

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    Pages 33-34

    Clues to Understanding the Phylogeny of Behavioral Control

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    Pages 35-36

    Ways of Generating Behavior

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    Pages 37-42

    Movement, Thinking, Anticipation, and Banishing Executive Functioning

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    Pages 43-44

    The Four Steps of the Development of the Cognitive Control System

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    Abolishing the Executive and the Mind-Body Problem

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    Pages 47-48

    Why Cognitive Control Is an Expansion of Cortical-Cerebellar and Cortical-Basal Ganglia Motor Control Systems

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    Pages 49-50

    The Cerebro-Cerebellar Underpinning of Cognitive Control

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    Pages 51-55

    Structure and Function of the Cerebro-Cerebellar Circuitry System

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    Pages 57-59

    The Basal Ganglia Underpinning of Cognitive Control: The Fronto-Striatal System

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    Pages 61-64

    Cognitive Control, Reward, and the Basal Ganglia

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    Pages 65-66

    Basal Ganglia Dynamics, Cognition, and Social Behavior

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    Pages 67-68

    Interim Summary

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