Looking for good into neuro text

Stephan Anagnostaras stephan at hannibal.psych.ucla.edu
Sat Oct 29 14:03:46 EST 1994


>> "Principles of Neural Science" by Kandel, Schwartz, & Jessell (Elsevier
>> Science Publishing Co., Inc.) is an excellent text and is used in a great
>(also used here at Caltech) are "Neurobiology" by Gordon Shepherd (3rd
>ed., 1994) and "From Neuron to Brain" by Nicholls, Martin, and Wallace
>(3rd ed., 1992, Sinauer Associates).  If you want an encyclopedic

Sure, these are all good texts, especially if you are a more molecular
or cellular type.  If you are also interested in behavior, consider
these introductory texts:

1) very introductory: Biological Psychology (Kalat)
2) less introductory: Physiology of Behavior (for some reason, I
     am forgetting the name right now)

If you are interested in neurpsychology (i.e., human work), THE
introductory text is:

Fundamentals of Human Neuropsychology (Kolb and Whinshaw)

Cheers
Stephan

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