The most authoritative introduction to the brain, its structure, function, development, and control of behavior available today.
Presents both a comprehensive summary of the state of the science and a full discussion of historical issues in the study of the brain.
Neuroanatomy, cell and molecular mechanisms, mechanisms, of signaling, and development are thoroughly described in the context of the cognitive approaches to behavior.
Thoroughly revised, with a new full-color art program, this text was re-designed to be more user friendly.
Also featured is an expanded treatment of the development of the nervous system, the genetic basis of neurological and psychiatric diseases, the cognitive neuroscience of perception, and icon channel mechanisms.
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