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[Cognition and neural networks, a new perspective based on functional neuroimaging].

@article{Maest2003CognitionAN,
  title={[Cognition and neural networks, a new perspective based on functional neuroimaging].},
  author={Fernando Maest{\'u} and F Quesney-Molina and T Ortiz-Alonso and Pablo Campo and A Fern{\'a}ndez-Lucas and Carlos Amo},
  journal={Revista de neurologia},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 10},
  pages={
          962-6
        }
}
AIM We went through a critical review of the current status of neuroimaging studies of cognition. Thus, we argue why the use of a neuronal network perspective could led us to a better understanding of cognition than a localizationism perspective. METHOD The question about how cognitive functions are organized in the brain, comes from the very early lesions studies. Electrocortical stimulation and the intracorotid amytal procedure collaborate together with lesions studies to increase the… 

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