Mind and Brain presents the reader with a remarkably complete and clear understanding of cognitive neuroscience as a field. With the inclusion of topic-specific philosophy, history, and research, the chapters serve a particularly effective foundation function for those planning neuroscience research or preparing grant projects and/or research reports. This book should be required reading for both research neuroscientists and instructors whose goal is to provide the clearest and most current understanding of the neuro-, cognitive, and behavioral sciences. It is exceptional. -- Steven Schandler, Professor of Psychology and Director, Addiction Research and Cognitive Psychophysiology Laboratories, Chapman University
William R. Uttal wasd Professor Emeritus (Engineering) at Arizona State University, Professor Emeritus (Psychology) at the University of Michigan, and the author of many books, including The New Phrenology: On the Localization of Cognitive Processes in the Brain (MIT Press).
... Uttal's critical assessment of the last twenty years of imaging findings offers a refreshing treatment of the hype surrounding neuroimaging methods that will undoubtedly benefit neuroscience research and philosophical accounts of the mind/brain problem.-Simone Marini, Metapsychology Online