What Is Psychology’s Single Most Brilliant Discovery?
Douglas Kenrick delves into an intriguing subject of the modularity of the human brain; the mysteries of consciousness of the human mind that is still being explored by neuroscientists and its affiliated branches of science. Modularity of the mind is the notion that a mind may, at least in part, be composed of innate neural structures or modules which have distinct established functional specialization, with regions in the brain that are domain specific for different cognitive processes. Somewhat different definitions of “module” have been proposed by different authors. This somewhat long article attempts to explicate how this topic first arose and what has been discovered since then.
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