Center for Cognition and Communication founder, Jason W. Brown, M.D., is Clinical Professor of Neurology at the New York University Medical Center. Scholar and author, Dr. Brown has earned an international reputation for research and writing in the field of behavioral neurology and neuropsychology.

Both reviewer and recipient of grants and fellowships from the National Institutes of Health and the Alexander von Humbolt Foundation, Dr. Brown participates on the editorial boards of leading journals in his field. Dr. Brown has written and edited thirteen books and over 150 articles. His books include Mind, Brain and Consciousness; Aphasia, Apraxia, and Agnosia; Life of The Mind; Self and Process; Time, Will and Mental Process; and Mind and Nature.

 

 

 

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Mind and nature
Essays on Time and Subjectivity

Neuropsychology of visual perception

The life of the mind

The Self-Embodying Mind
Process, Brain Dynamics and the Conscious Present

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Agnosia and Apraxia 
Selected Papers of Liepmann, Lange and Potzl

Aphasia 
by Arnold Pick

Aphasia, Apraxia 
and Agnosia 
Clinical and Theoretical Aspects

Jargonaphasia

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Mind, Brain and Consciousness 
The Neuropsychology of Cognition

Self and Process 
Brain States and the Conscious Present

Time, Will, 
and Mental Process

Process and the Authentic Life 
Toward a Psychology of Value

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Curriculum vitae

Jason W. Brown, M.D.
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