Brain Mapping for Neurosurgery and Cognitive Neuroscience



One of the primary goals of neural science is to understand the biological underpinnings of cognition. This goal is based on the assumption that cognitive events emerge from brain events and that behavior can be explained in terms of neural processes. Francis Crick referred to this as “the Astonishing Hypothesis” [1]. According to this view, the biological principles that underlie cognition link the structure and function of the brain.


Picture Naming Illusory Contour Bold Response Positron Emission Tomographic Minimally Conscious State 
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The first edition of this chapter was written in ­collaboration with Sarah Callahan, who was a psycholinguistic student in my laboratory. She not only researched and provided essential original sources, but also was a partner in the development of the ideas and conceptual organization. Without her critical contributions, this chapter would not have emerged in print. Recent editions were done with the assistance of Melissa Sy, a research assistant in my laboratory at Columbia University.


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  1. 1.Departments of Radiology, Neuroscience, and PsychologyColumbia University Medical CenterNew YorkUSA

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