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  1. Overall Reading 3 items
    1. Neuropsychology: from theory to practice - David G. Andrewes 2016

      Book Core

    2. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2017

      Book Core

    3. Cognitive Neuroscience - Marie T. Banich, Rebecca J. Compton 05/04/2018

      Book Optional Please note this is optional and it is provided here as an example of a book that you can consult using the interlibrary loan (the LSBU library does not yet hold a copy of it). However, the library holds plenty of other cognitive neuroscience books which you are free to consult.

  2. Week 1 4 items
    1. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2008

      Book  Chapter 28 can be viewed here

    2. Neuropsychology: from theory to practice - David G. Andrewes 2016

      Book  Chapter 1 can be viewed here

    3. Modularity of Mind Web Article

      Webpage  https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/modularity-mind/

    4. Scholarpedia Cognitive Neuropsychology

      Website  http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Cognitive_neuropsychology

  3. Week 2 6 items
    1. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2008

      Book  Chapter 7

  4. Week 3 9 items
    1. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2008

      Book  Chapter 25

    2. Representational cortex in musicians - Pantev, C., Engelien, A., Candia, V., Elbert, T. 25/01/2006

      Article 

    3. Benefit of a stroke unit: a randomized controlled trial - Indredavik, B., Bakke, F., Solberg, R., Rokseth, R. 01/08/1991

      Article 

    4. Benefit of a stroke unit: a randomized controlled trial - Indredavik, B., Bakke, F., Solberg, R., Rokseth, R. 01/08/1991

      Article 

    5. Can noninvasive brain stimulation enhance cognition in neuropsychiatric disorders? - Demirtas-Tatlidede, A., Vahabzadeh-Hagh, A. M., Pascual-Leone, A. 01/2013

      Article 

  5. Week 4 6 items
    1. Neuropsychology: from theory to practice - David G. Andrewes 2016

      Book  Chapter 2

  6. Week 5 4 items
    1. Neuropsychology: from theory to practice - David G. Andrewes 2016

      Book  Chapter 3

    2. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2008

      Book  Chapter 22

  7. Week 7 9 items
    1. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2017

      Book  Chapter 18 (or check version for chapter on Learning and Memory)

    2. Neuropsychology: from theory to practice - David G. Andrewes 2016

      Book  Chapter 5 on Disorders of Memory

  8. Week 8 9 items
    1. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2017

      Book  See chapter on language

    2. The language network - Angela D Friederici, Sarah ME Gierhan 04/2013

      Article 

    3. Stimulating language: insights from TMS - J. T. Devlin, K. E. Watkins 01/03/2007

      Article 

    4. Redefining the role of Broca’s area in speech - Adeen Flinker, Anna Korzeniewska, Avgusta Y. Shestyuk, Piotr J. Franaszczuk 03/03/2015

      Article 

  9. Week 9 2 items
    1. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2008

      Book  Chapter 16

    2. Neuropsychology: from theory to practice - David G. Andrewes 2016

      Book  Chapter 4

  10. Week 10 11 items
    1. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2008

      Book  Chapter 20

    2. Fractionating theory of mind: A meta-analysis of functional brain imaging studies - Schurz Matthias, Radua Joaquim, Aichhorn Markus, Richlan Fabio 05/2014

      Article 

    3. The neural bases of cognitive conflict and control in moral judgment - Joshua D. Greene, Leigh E. Nystrom, Andrew D. Engell, John M. Darley 10/2004

      Article 

    4. Reward and social valuation deficits following ventromedial prefrontal damage - Moretti, Laura., Dragone, Davide., Pellegrino, Giuseppe di. 01/2009

      Article 

    5. Neural correlates of personality: An integrative review - Kennis Mitzy, Rademaker Arthur R., Geuze Elbert 2013-1

      Article 

  11. Week 11 38 items
    1. The reading for this week should accompany the lecture slides. I have set the importance for each reading as core or optional. However, please note that this is only a guidance and optional does not mean less important than core. Many of the articles reported here explore in further depth the concepts presented in the lecture so use them as you see fit, regardless of whether they are core or optional (e.g. to explore specific studies mentioned in the slides). 

    2. Fundamentals of human neuropsychology - Bryan Kolb, Ian Q. Whishaw 2008

      Book  Read the section within the Attention chapter

    3. Neuropsychology: from theory to practice - David G. Andrewes 2016

      Book  Read for selected topics touched in the lecture

    4. Consciousness and neuroscience - Crick, F., Koch, C. March 1998

      Article Core

    5. Neural correlates of consciousness: progress and problems - Koch, C., Massimini, M., Boly, M., Tononi, G. 2016-5

      Article Core

    6. Brain, conscious experience and the observing self - Baars, Bernard J., Ramsey, Thomas Z., Laureys, Steven 12/2003

      Article Core

    7. The neuronal basis for consciousness - Llinas, R., Ribary, U., Contreras, D., C. Pedroarena 29/11/1998

      Article Optional

    8. Towards a neurobiological theory of consciousness - Crick, Francis., Koch, Christof. 1990

      Article Optional

    9. Detecting awareness in the vegetative state - Owen, A. M., Coleman, M. R., Boly, M., Davis, M. H. 08/09/2006

      Article Optional

    10. How does the brain sustain a visual percept? - Portas, C. M., Strange, B. A., Friston, K. J., Dolan, R. J. 07/05/2000

      Article Optional

    11. Gamma oscillations in visual cortex: the stimulus matters - Hermes, D., Miller, K. J., Wandell, B. A., Winawer, J. 02/2015

      Article Optional

    12. Visual awareness, emotion, and gamma band synchronization - Luo, Q., Mitchell, D., Cheng, X., Mondillo, K. 01/08/2009

      Article Optional

    13. Cortical processing of noxious somatosensory stimuli in the persistent vegetative state - S. Laureys, M.E. Faymonville, P. Peigneux, P. Damas 10/2002

      Article Optional

    14. Auditory processing across the sleep-wake cycle - Portas, Chiara M., Krakow, Karsten., Allen, Phillip., Josephs, Oliver. 12/2000

      Article Optional

    15. Cerebral mechanisms of word masking and unconscious repetition priming - Stanislas Dehaene, Lionel Naccache, Laurent Cohen, Denis Le Bihan 2001-7

      Article Optional

    16. Emotion and consciousness - Tsuchiya, Naotsugu., Adolphs, Ralph. 2007-4

      Article Optional

    17. Single units and conscious vision - Logothetis, N. K. 29/11/1998

      Article Optional

    18. Hierarchy of cortical responses underlying binocular rivalry - Lee, Sang-Hun., Blake, Randolph., Heeger, David J. 2007-8

      Article Optional

    19. Conscious and unconscious emotional learning in the human amygdala - Morris, J. S., Öhman, A., Dolan, R. J. 1998-6

      Article Optional

  12. Optional Reading 8 items
    These readings may apply to one or more lectures from this module
    1. An introduction to cognitive psychology: processes and disorders - Groome, David 2014

      Book Optional

    2. Human cognitive neuropsychology: a textbook with readings - Ellis, Andrew W., Young, Andrew W. 1996

      Book Optional

    3. Cognitive neuropsychology: a clinical introduction - Rosaleen A. McCarthy, Elizabeth K. Warrington c1990

      Book Optional

    4. Explorations in cognitive neuropsychology - Parkin, Alan 1999

      Book Optional

    5. Cognitive psychology: a student's handbook - Michael W. Eysenck, Mark T. Keane 2015

      Book Optional

    6. Human neuropsychology - Martin, G. Neil 2006

      Book Optional

    7. Principles of neuropsychology - Zillmer, Eric, Spiers, Mary, Culbertson, William C. c2008

      Book Optional