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  • ISBN: 9780130858740
  • ISBN10: 0130858749

C++ Interactive Training Course

by Deitel and Associates Staff

  • List Price: $49.33
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Publisher: Macmillan Technical Pub
  • Publish date: 06/01/2000
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PART A: Emergence and Instruction 1. The Origins of Referential Communication in Human Infancy, G. Butterworth and L. Grover 2. The Ontogenesis of Different Types of Thought Language and Motor Behaviors as Non-Specific Manifestations, P. Modnond 3. Minds With and Without Language, D. Premack PART B: Categorical Perception 4. Functional Organization of Visual Recognition, A.W. Young 5. Face Perception and the Right Hemisphere, J. Sergent 6. Stimulus Generalization and the Acquisition of Categories by Pigeons, J.M. Pearce PART C: The Ontogeny of Perceptual and Causal Knowledge 7. The Origins of Physical Knowledge, E.S. Spelke 8. The Necessity of Illusion: Perception and Thought in Infancy, A.L. Leslie 9. An Information-Processing Approach to Infant Cognitive Development, L.B. Cohen PART D: Implicit Processing and Intentionality 10. Access to Consciousness: Dissociation Between Implicit and Explicit Knowledge in Neuropsychological Syndromes, D.L. Shacter, M.P. McAndrews, and M. Moscovitch 11. What Can the Bird Brain Tell us About Thought Without Language?, C. Horn 12. Intentionality in Animal Conditioning, A. Dickinson PART E: Shapes, Space, and Memory 13. Differences Between Adult and Infant Cognition: Is the Crucial Variable Presence or Absence of Language?, A. Diamond 14. Animal Spatial Cognition, C. Thinus-Blanc 15. Primate Cognition of Space and Shapes, B. Bresard PART F: Verbal/Non-Verbal Interaction and Independence 16. The Dynamics of Cerebral Specialization and Modular Interactions, M.S. Gazzaniga 17. Cognitive Function in Severe Aphasia, A Kertesz 18. Language Without Thought, E. Bisiach PART G: Dyslexia and a Mathematician's Experience 19. A Personal View of Dyslexia and of Thought Without Language, K.M. Jansons
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