The Amygdala in Brain Function: Basic and Clinical Approaches, Volume 985
New York Academy of Sciences, 2003 - Medical - 561 pages
The amygdala is a brain area that has become an important topic in neuroscience. The papers in this volume provide information on the basic characteristics of amygdala function from neuroanatomical, electrophysiological, behavioural, and imaging studies in animals and humans.
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Ontogeny of the Human Amygdala By NORBERT ULFIG MATTHIAS SETZER
Intrinsic Synaptic Circuitry of the Amygdala By ASLA PITKANEN
Comparative Aspects of Amygdala Connectivity By JOSEPH L PRICE
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