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Cognitive Psychology: Mind and Brain, is a text that is written by Edward E Smith and Stephen M Kosslyn. The first edition of the book was published by Pearson Education (US) in English.
The book delves into the arena of the brain and neural processing within the framework of Cognitive Psychology. The book provides effective and relevant information on the areas of Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Psychology, Philosophy of Mind, Learning and Memory and also the Philosophy of Psychology. The book distinguishes Cognitive Psychology theories that is further illustrated through the supportive findings from Neuroscience knowledge. The book illustrates theories and concepts for undergraduate cognitive studies.
About the Author
Edward E Smith is the Professor of Psychology in the Department of Psychology in Columbia University. The key interest of his research domain consists of facts and topics such as Cognitive Control, Working Memory, Disruption of Systems in Psychiatric Disorders and Semantic Memory. Stephen Michael Kosslyn is an American neuroscientist and reputed psychologist who specialises in the arena of Cognitive Psychology. He is also the Founding Dean of the KGI and was associated with Harvard University as John Lindsley, Professor of Psychology.
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