The Life of the Mind: Selected Papers

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Subject Index

A
Abstraction 282-3
Action 277-31, 302-321,
axial 19, 20, 46, 180, 293-4, 298, 303, 309-313
levels in 19, 149, 303-308, 310-311
model of, 18-20, 302-321
memory and, 348-350
perception and, (see Perception, ac- tion)
Affect 24-25, 55, 244-245, 290, 308, 370
After-imagery 225-6, 232-5, 237, 250
description 231-234
in pathology 234-235
relation to palinopsia 235
theory of 238
Age 133-137, 151-156
in aphasia 133-5
in recovery 128
in relation to laterality 126, 133-137
Agnosia 208, 228, 235, 249-250
alexia (see Alexia) auditory 122-123
color (see Perception, color) facial (see also Prosopagnosia) 186- 187, 219
object (see also Perception, object) 183-187, 253-4
spatial (see Perception, space)
Agrammatism (see Aphasia, agrammat- ism)
Agraphia 62, 118, 123, 158, 169, 311
Akinesia (see also mutism) 12, 177, 259, 293-5, 300, 304
Alexia (see also Deep dyslexia) 121, 202-203, 264
Alien hand 291, 294, 305, 317
Alloesthesia 236
Alzheimer's disease (see Dementia)
Amnesia (see Memory, disorders)
Anencephaly 175
Anomia (see Aphasia, anomic)
Anosognosia (see also Denial and Neglect) 199, 269
Anton's syndrome (see Denial)
Anxiety (see also Affect; Emotion) 244- 245
Apathy 55, 106, 108, 245, 282
Aphasia (see also Language)
age and 34, 59, 126, 151
agrammatic 21, 53, 57-59, 120, 123, 127, 134, 138, 144, 157, 248, 294
anomic (amnestic) 37-47, 123
Broca's 20-21, 49, 56-66, 128, 295- 300
childhood 133-139
conduction (see phonemic) crossed 134-141, 157, 296
fluency (see Fluency) jargon 39-43, 48-50, 69-99, 104-5, 114, 117, 137, 158
motor (see Broca's) neologism (see also phonemic, seman- tic) 75-81
phonemic 47-48, 71, 81-86, 122, 134, 248
recovery 128-131, 138
right hemisphere and 35
semantic disorders in (see also jargon) 37-47, 71-75
sex 126
thalamic 65-66, 100-120
theory 20-23, 43-47, 56-60, 298
transcortical 55-57, 118, 123, 294
treatment 128-129, 131-133
Wernicke's (see anomic, jargon, con- duction)
Apraxia 295-300, 306
verbal 59, 295
Articulation 21, 48, 59, 64, 75, 127.
Association Cortex (see Integration neocortex)

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Preface v
  • Introduction: Microgenetic Theory 1
  • I - Language 27
  • 1 - Language Representation in the Brain 29
  • Notes 99
  • 3 - Thalamic Mechanisms in Language 100
  • 4 - Selections on Aphasia and Lateralization 121
  • II - Perception 171
  • 5 - Microstructure of Objects 173
  • 6 - Microstructure of Images 206
  • 7 - Essay on Perception 252
  • III - Action 275
  • 8 - Frontal Lobes and the Organization of Action 277
  • 9 - The Microstructure of Action 302
  • 10 - The Problem of Perseveration 322
  • IV - 2 333
  • 11 - Toward a Microgenetic Theory of Memory 335
  • 12 - Emergence and Time 357
  • References 372
  • Author Index 419
  • Subject Index 431
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