Mind and Brain

Amazing special volume in Cortex: The Evolution of the Mind and the Brain. The issue is edited by Michel Thiebaut de Schotten and Karl Zilles, and it includes reviews articles and research reports on neuroanatomy, primatology, ecology, social cognition, networks, cytoarchitecture, neuroimaging, handedness, brain size and cortical folding. A great collection of papers and authors, indeed!

2 Responses to “Mind and Brain”


  1. 1 Michel Thiebaut August 27, 2019 at 12:03

    Thank you!

    • 2 emilianobruner August 27, 2019 at 12:13

      Thanks to you for editing this brilliant collection of papers, it is really inspiring, and so stimulating! I am particularly interested in those couple of articles on folding and morphogenesis, but all the many papers on neuroanatomy are especially welcome! And, by the way … amazing cover!!! 😉


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