Developmental Neuroimaging: Mapping the Development of Brain and Behavior
From Book News, Inc. Demonstrates new techniques in functional neuroimaging, including integration of various imaging modalities, as they relate to the field of human brain development. Contains sections on neuroimaging of structural brain development, perceptual and cognitive development, abnormal development, and brain-behavior relationships, covering themes in research and clinical practice such as measurement and analysis issues, the cognitive basis of dyslexia, and cortical growth spurts. Includes color and b&w MRI, EEG, PET, and ERP images. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
Kurzbeschreibung Written by renowned neuroscientists and experts in the field of neuroimaging, this is the first book ever published on the topic of developmental neuroimaging. It relates the application of recent and exciting discoveries in structural and functional neuroimaging to the field of human brain development. Recent advancements in neuroimaging, such as funtctional MRI and large channel EEG, now provide noninvasive methods to visualize the development of perceptual and cognitive functioning. The text...