Cingulate Cortex, Volume 166 summarizes research on the cingulate cortex, including its structure and function in health and how it is compromised in disease or trauma. Chapters discuss the cingulate organization by region and area, cover its function in consciousness, attention, social cognition and spatial orientation, review neurological disorders with cingulate involvement, including neurodegenerative disorders, movement disorders, Parkinson s, ADHD, Cognitive impairment, Palsy, Tourette s Syndrome, chronic pain, seizures, and more. Final sections discuss the relationship between the cingulate cortex, stress and psychiatric disorders. Coverage here includes PTSD, anxiety, depression, and evidence-based treatment for same.
- Identifies the structure and function of all areas and regions of the cingulate cortex
- Discusses its role in sensory-motor, cognitive and emotional processing
- Covers cingulate-mediated neurological and psychiatric disorders
- Supplies evidence-based treatment for cingulate mediated disorders
|Uitgever:||Elsevier Science & Technology|
|Afmetingen:||262 x 192|
Summarizes the structure and function of the cingulate cortex and cingulate-mediated neurological and psychiatric disorders, and the treatment for same