Principles of neural science
McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, Jan 5, 2000 - Medical - 1414 pages
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Many good things about this book. Each chapter is written by a different author - which makes some chapters excellent and really easy to comprehend. Others are cryptic. Overall, the book was a fairly well organized book - easy to start reading and go through even without guidance. I believe a new version is in the pipeline.
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This text represents a bloated hodgepodge of factoids and neo-phrenology. The problem is that molecular detail is rich, and higher level explanations are vapid. There is little substantive middle ...
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