The Theory of Cognitive Modes

A new understanding of thinking and behavior

A National Medal of Science Pedigree

The roots of the Theory of Cognitive Modes lie in a landmark report published in 1982 by neuroscientist Mortimer Mishkin and Leslie G. Ungerleider, of the National Institute of Mental Health. Mishkin later received the National Medal of Science. This study of the top/bottom brain function in monkeys inspired many other scientists and psychologists. Read More

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Stephen M. Kosslyn, Ph.D., is a psychologist and neuroscientist, and G. Wayne Miller is an author.

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