I Neuropsychological Interpretation and Clinical Applications.- 1 Neofrontocerebellar Evolution in Regard to Computation and Prediction: Some Fractal Aspects of Microgenesis.- 2 Microgenetic Theory and the Dual Premotor Systems Hypothesis: Implications for Rehabilitation of the Brain-Damaged Subject.- 3 Mental States and Perceptual Experience.- 4 Meaning and Consciousness: Microgenetic Perspectives on Levels of Processing and Hemispheric Asymmetry.- 5 Reflections on Perception and Action.- 6 Microgenesis: A Genesis From Prototheory to Neuropsychology.- 7 The Microgenesis of Schizophrenic Symptoms.- 8 The Psycholinguistics of Microgenesis: The Nature of Paraphasia.- 9 The Role of Neuromotor Activation in the Facilitation of Language Production: Rehabilitation Applications.- II Experimental Methods and Findings.- 10 Percept-Genesis: A Frame of Reference for Neuropsychological Research.- 11 Application of a Percept-Genetic Methodology to Neuropsychology.- 12 Microgenesis in Visual Information Processing: Some Experimental Results.- 13 Anxiety, Defense, and Attention Control.- 14 Microgenetic Techniques of Personality Assessment.- Appendix Selected References on Microgenesis.
Presents experimental methodology, neuropsychological
interpretations, and clinical applications of cognitive
microgenesis theory along with research findings on visual
information processing, anxiety, defense, attention, and
Cognitive microgenesis is a theory about how the brain develops thinking processes. This book shows what research has been done and how this theory can be applied in clinical practice to the problems of brain damage and neurorehabilitation.