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Edited By: Neil Burgess, Kathryn Jeffery and John O'Keefe
490 pages, 50 b/w photos, 78 line illus
Reviews the evidence that each area is involved in spatial cognition, examines the mechanisms underlying the generation of spatial behaviours in humans and other animals, and considers the relative roles of the parietal and hippocampal areas, including how each interacts with the other. Written by leading experts in cognitive neuroscience, this book represents the state of the art of current research into the neural basis of spatial cognition.
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