Michael J. Zigmond, Floyd E. Bloom, Story C. Landis, Thomas D. Albright, Larry R. Squire, James L. Roberts
Academic Press, 1999 - Medical - 1600 pages
Fundamental Neuroscience is the only comprehensive text that defines the full scope of neuroscience. Developed in accordance with results of extensive reviews by neuroscience instructors, and in cooperation with the Association of Neuroscience Departments and Programs (ANDP), this text is divided into seven integrated sections. Each section may be used for a specific course, or the full text may be adopted to provide a broad-based curriculum that will carry the student from molecular to cognitive neuroscience.
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