eBook Brain Function and Cognition download
by Brenda Milner
Author: Brenda Milner
Publisher: Praeger Pub Text (June 1, 1987)
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Brenda Milner in her office at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital last month.
Brenda Milner in her office at the Montreal Neurological Institute and Hospital last month. Aaron Vincent Elkaim for The New York Times. At 98, Dr. Milner is not letting up in a nearly 70-year career to clarify the function of many brain regions - frontal lobes, and temporal; vision centers and tactile; the left hemisphere and the right - usually by painstakingly testing people with brain lesions, often from surgery.
As of 2010, Milner is a professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University and a professor of Psychology at the Montreal Neurological Institute.
The Brain Science Podcast features the latest books about neuroscience as well as interviews with leading scientists from around the world.
Milner is a professor in the Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery at McGill University and a professor of Psychology at the Montreal Neurological Institute. Her current work explores the interaction between the brain’s left and right hemispheres. The Brain Science Podcast features the latest books about neuroscience as well as interviews with leading scientists from around the world.
Right hippocampal activation during recognition tests of object-location memory: A PET study.
Brain and Cognition is a forum for the integration of the neurosciences and cognitive sciences. Published articles will typically address issues relating some aspect of cognitive function to its neurological substrates with clear theoretical import, formulating new hypotheses or refuting previously established hypotheses.
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Flag as Inappropriate. Milner published an article in the McGill University Psychological Bulletin in 1954 entitled Intellectual Function of the Temporal Lobes ; within this publication she brought to light that temporal lobe damage can cause emotional and intellectual changes in humans and lower primates.
In episode 129, Dr. Brenda Milner comes on the show to talk about her life's work and her most . Dr. Milner was a pioneer in the field of neuropsychology and in the study of memory and other cognitive functions in humankind. Brenda Milner comes on the show to talk about her life's work and her most famous experiments. She studied the effects of damage to the medial temporal lobe on memory and systematically described the deficits in the most famous patient in cognitive neuroscience, Henry Molaison, formerly known as patient .
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