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  • 1 Sackler Institute for Developmental Psychobiology, Weill Medical College of Cornell University, New York
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Jelen cikk Michael Posnernek az MTA Pszichológiai Kutatóintézetében tartott előadása alapján készült. Az előadás három nagy témával foglalkozik: elsőként a figyelmi rendszerek általános működését és agyi hátterét mutatja be, majd azok fejlődésével kapcsolatos viselkedéses és elektrofiziológiai adatokat ismertet. Végül a genetikai és környezeti hatásoknak a figyelmi rendszerek működésére gyakorolt hatását elemzi, kitérve azok lehetséges evolúciós fejlődési hátterére.

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