Neuroscience

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Sinauer Associates, 2012 - Medical - 759 pages
3 Reviews
Forlagets beksrivelse: A classy introductory text to how the nervous system works highlighting the challenges, controversies, and uncertainties in neuroscience. The 15 contributors (neurobiology, Duke U. Medical Center) extend both their talents in neuroscience and teaching in a systematic outline of the nervous system's organization, neural signaling, sensation and sensory processing, movement and its central control, brain development, and complex brain function including discussions of cognition, sleep, and sexuality. Includes quality color illustrations and photographs.

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User Review  - Sueper - Goodreads

While many of my colleagues do not care of this textbook, I thought it was quite good for someone with no background in neuroscience, and very little biology and physiology. I'm sure I will continue to use it as a reference. Read full review

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User Review  - James - Goodreads

Definitely, the best one for the study of nervous system applied to neuroscience. Read full review

About the author (2012)

DALE PURVES, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, USA
GEORGE J. AUGUSTINE, Korea Institute of Science & Technology, USA
DAVID FITZPATRICK, Duke University, USA
WILLIAM C. HALL, Duke University, USA
ANTHONY-SAMUEL LAMANTIA, GW Institute for Neuroscience, USA
LEONARD E. WHITE, Duke University, USA

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