This final neuropsychological chapter focuses on two issues that are relevant to DCT and challenging to cognitive neuroscience. The first concerns the neuropsychological case for amodal cognitive representations as an alternative (or addition) to the modality-specific representations that were carefully examined in the preceding chapters. The second relates to the old gestalt integration issue that has come to be known in the neurosciences as the binding problem—where and how the brain binds elementary sensorimotor features into meaningful, multimodal percepts and images.