McGuire + cognitive neuroscience

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How is McGuire et al's (2000) London taxi driver's study useful in contribution to cognitive neuroscience.
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How is McGuire et al's (2000) London taxi driver's study useful in contribution to cognitive neuroscience.
What did McGuire's study tell us? What was the point in the study?
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What did McGuire's study tell us? What was the point in the study?
I dont really know
Never studied him
Maybe it is useful in contribution to cognitive neuroscience because it offers good knowledge about the 'Localisation of Function' in the brain
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I dont really know
Never studied him
Maybe it is useful in contribution to cognitive neuroscience because it offers good knowledge about the 'Localisation of Function' in the brain
I suggest you read up on the study. Here is a link:
https://www.tutor2u.net/psychology/r...e/maguire-2000
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