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How far can the issue of mind be resolved by the present approach of neuroscience? We do not yet have a sufficient conceptual basis to answer this question; however, the rapid progress of neuroscience in recent years strongly leads us to the idea that the current accumulation of knowledge about brain could, if sufficiently integrated, already lead to significant breakthroughs in this field.
This book is intended to provide a better and more precise understanding of recent findings in the field of perception, memory and emotion by being a broad compendium of recent empirical and theoretical advances in these fields, with a direct relevance to humanity. It will be useful to all researchers in neurophysiology, neuropsychology, neuoranatomy, neurology, and psychiatry.