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Cortex and mind: unifying cognition
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    Joaquin M Fuster. Oxford: Oxford University Press 2003, pp 284, £47.95. ISBN 0-19-514752-9

    Joaquin Fuster is a distinguished American neuroscientist whose work has explored the neurophysiology of cognition, largely in animals, but with the ultimate goal of understanding how the human mind is implemented in the brain. His own research has focused particularly on the neuronal basis of working memory, revealing “memory” cells in the prefrontal cortex that help to retain the information an animal must “keep in mind” …

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