Acknowledgements

Permission granted by authors and publishers to adapt material for the preparation of figures is gratefully acknowledged; the particular sources are accredited in the appropriate figure legends. Material copyrighted by the following publishers was used with permission in preparation of the following figures: Fig. 1, Oxford University Press; Fig. 2, Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC; Fig. 3, Oxford University Press; Fig. 6, Wiley-Liss, a subsidiary of John Wiley & Sons, Inc.; Fig. 7, Springer-Verlag; Fig. 8, Pearson Education, UK; Fig. 9, National Academy of Science, Washington, DC; Fig. 10, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers and MIT Press; Fig. 11, Oxford University Press and The American Physiological Society; Fig. 18, Nature Publishing Group, London; Fig. 20, British Psychological Society and Cambridge University Press; Fig. 22, Elsevier Science; Fig. 23, Nature Publishing Group, London; Fig. 24, Carl Donner, Scientific American Inc., NY and Oxford University Press; Fig. 26, Cambridge University Press; Fig. 27, Nature Publishing Group,

London; Fig. 31, Elsevier Science; Fig. 32, American Psychological Association; Fig. 33, Academic Press; Fig. 34, Cambridge University Press; Fig. 35, Oxford University Press; Fig. 36, Cambridge University Press; Fig. 38, Yale University Library; Fig. 40, Elsevier Science; Fig. 44, Elsevier Science; Fig. 45, Elsevier Science; Fig. 47, Nature Publishing Group, London; Fig. 50, Oxford University Press; Fig. 51, University of Nebraska Press; Fig. 54, American Psychological Association; Fig. 56, Elsevier Science; Fig. 60, Taylor & Francis, UK and The Psychonomic Society, Austin, TX; Fig. 61, The Guildford Press, NY; Fig. 64, Clarendon Press, Oxford; Fig. 65, The Psychonomic Society, Austin, TX.

Cover: Insets (from left to right): Augustine, as depicted by Botticeli (Uffizi Gallery, Florence; *classic); Learning-dependent changes in the activity of human cortex, as detected by fMRI (*functional neuroimaging, *skill; courtesy of Avi Karni); Neurons in the *cerebral cortex (courtesy of Henry Markram).

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