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First book of its kind to make cognitive phenotypes the central focus
Taps global trends in neuropsychology by addressing the utility of the cognitive phenotype strategy in developing countries
Flexibly extends across neuropsychology and psychiatry by focusing on various cognitive phenotypes and discussing relevant disorders in relation to the feature
Over the past two decades, there has been a growing interest in cognitive phenotypes. A cognitive phenotype is a discrete cognitive or behavioral feature that can be quantitatively measured, be specified with some degree of precision in terms of its neurobiology, and aid in reliable diagnosis and classification of neuropsychiatric illness or in characterization of normal neuropsychological functioning. The subprocesses of response inhibition, working memory, contingency detection, and fear conditioning, are just some of many examples of cognitive phenotypes. This book attempts to lay out an organizing structure for cognitive phenotypes before moving on to sampling various specific cognitive phenotypes. It attempts to unify definition of cognitive phenotypes and offers a reference frame for future research while highlighting this important new trajectory in cognitive neuroscience.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Behavioral genetics - Behavioral phenotype - Cognition - Cognitive dysfunction - Cognitive phenotype - Contingency detection - Endophenotype - Face perception - Fear conditioning - Genotype - Intermediate traits - Neuroinformatics - Normal cognitive function - Phenomics - Response inhibition - Reward conditioning - Working memory
The Concepts of Cognitive Pheotypes and Behavioral Endophenotypes.- 2. The Strategy and Utility of the Cognitive Phenotype Approach to Neurobehaviroal Function.- 3. Criteria for Defining Cognitive and Behavioral Phenotypes.- 4. Phenomics and Neuroinformatics: Isolating and relating Cognitive Phenotypes.- 5. Cognitive Phenotypes in Response Inhibition.- Cognitive Phenotypes in Contingency Detection.- 7. Cognitive Phenotypes in Fear and Conditioning Potentiation.- 8. Cognitive Phenotypes in Reward Conditioning.- 9. Cognitive Phenotypes in Working Memory.- 10. Cognitive Phenotypes in Face Perception.- 11. Cognitive Phenotypes in Spatiotopic Transformations and Mental Rotation.- 12. Neuroimaging Endophenotypes as they Relate to Specific Disorders.- 13. Critique of the Cognitive Phenotype Concept.- 14. Implications for Neuropsychology and Psychiatry: Research, Classification and Diagnosis.- 15. Applications of the Cognitive Phenotypes Strategy Globally.