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This article presents a cognitive-motivational theory (CMT) of the mechanisms associated with three basic dimensions of personality vulnerability to alcoholism, impulsivity/novelty seeking, harm avoidance, and excitement seeking. CMT describes the interrelationships between activity in basic...
Accessing stored knowledge is a fundamental function of the cognitive and neural architectures of memory. Here, the authors review evidence from cognitive-behavioral paradigms, neuropsychological studies ofpatients with focal neural insult, and functional brain imaging concerning the mechanisms...
For most ofthe 20th century, the brain science community held the view that the cerebellum was exclusively involved in motor control functions. Over the past 20 years, this has largely been replaced by the idea that the cerebellum participates in a variety of motor and nonmotor functions and,...
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