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Cortical Areas

Unity and Diversity

Cortical Areas by Almut Schuez
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1. Introduction: Homogeneity and Heterogeneity of Cortical Structure: a Theme and its Variations Part 1. The Empirical Status of Cortical Maps 2. Cyto - and Myeloarchitectonics: their Relationship and Possible Functional Significance 3. Architectonic Mapping of the Human Cerebral Cortex 4. Topographical Variability of Cytoarchitectonic Areas 5. Mapping of Human Brain Function by Neuroimaging Methods Part 2. Cortical Areas: Correlation with Connectivity 6. Regional Dendritic Variation in Primate Cortical Pyramidal Cells 7. Intrinsic Connections in Mammalian Cerebral Cortex 8. Thalamic Systems and the Diversity of Cortical Areas 9. Cortical Areas and Patterns of Cortico-cortical Connections Part 3. Constancy and Variation Across Species 10. The Cerebral Cortex of Mammals: Diversity within Unity 11. Laminar Continuity between Neo- and Meso-cortex: the Hypothesis of the added Laminae in the Neocortex Part 4. Functional Equivalence Between Areas 12. Cross-Modal Plasticity as a Tool for Understanding the Ontogeny and Phylogeny of Cerebral Cortex 13. Do Primary Sensory Areas Play Analogous Roles in Different Sensory Modalities 14. Platic-adaptive Properties of Cortical Areas Part 5. Morphological Substrates of Segregation and Integration 15. Connectional Organisation and Function in the Macaque Cerebral Cortex 16. The Human Cortical White Matter: Quantitative Aspects of Corticocortical Long-range Connectivity 17. Fundamentals of Association Cortex 18. Wheels Within Wheels: Circuits for Integration of Neural Assemblies on Small and Large Scales Part 6. Discussion Section
CRC Press; July 2003
533 pages; ISBN 9780203299296
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Title: Cortical Areas
Author: Almut Schuez; Robert Miller
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