Cortex 39 (1):145-7 (2003)

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Jack Lyons
University of Glasgow
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A short discussion piece arguing that the neuropsychological phenomenon of double dissociations is most revealing of underlying cognitive architecture because of the capacities that are spared, more than the capacities that are lost.
Keywords modularity, double dissociation, cognitive architecture, neuropsychology
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