Behavioral Approaches to Brain Research
Terry E. Robinson
Oxford University Press, 1983 - Biography & Autobiography - 328 pages
This volume brings together both classic papers and specially commissioned chapters on how neural systems interact to produce or influence observed behavior patterns. The first part focuses on the necessity for the unique strengths of a descriptive neuroethological approach to studyingbrain-behavioral relations. The second part shows how this approach can be applied to experimentation. A final chapter addresses the problems and principles of generalizing about humans from research conducted on non-human animals.
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