In mapping the mind award winning journalist rita carter draws on the latest imaging technology and science to chart how human behavior and personality reflect the biological mechanisms behind thought and emotion this acclaimed book a complete visual guide to the coconut sized wrinkled gray mass we carry around inside our heads has now . First printed in 1999 mapping the mind is an examination of the inner workings of the mind this book delivers great insight into many medical disorders this includes alien hand syndrome schizophrenia and autism. Princeton university neuroscientists joined forces with intel computer scientists to map the human mind in real time developing the next generation in brain imaging analysis in a lab at the princeton neuroscience institute test subjects look at pictures watch movies and listen to the moth radio . Mapping the mind charts the way human behavior and culture have been molded by the landscape of the brain carter shows how our personalities reflect the biological mechanisms underlying thought and emotion and how behavioral eccentricities may be traced to abnormalities in an individual brain. Among scientific researchers this topic primarily involves mapping out the wiring and firing of various neural networks in the brain and indeed for those with strong materialist inclinations which includes most scientists mapping the mind can only really mean mapping the brain
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