help for Project
J. A. Kiernan
jkiernan at julian.uwo.ca
Fri Jan 13 09:43:52 EST 1995
In article <Pine.SGI.3.91.950112172228.28582A-100000 at server.uwindsor.ca> The Darkone <pisano at server.uwindsor.ca> writes:
>From: The Darkone <pisano at server.uwindsor.ca>
>Subject: help for Project
>Date: Thu, 12 Jan 1995 22:38:26 GMT
>Hello, My Name is Mike Pisano and an a undergradute student at the
>Unverisity of Windsor. I am doing some research and need some help.
>I need some information on specific brain structures that are involved
>in pain. . . .
If you look in your University library you will find many books
with words like "Neuroscience," "Neuroanatomy" and "Physiology"
in their titles. A good example is "Neurobiology," by G. Shepherd.
Each of these books will have an INDEX and either a BIBLIOGRAPHY or
lists of RECOMMENDED READINGS at the ends of the chapters. The
correct way to find out about a large subject like Pain is to read
the appropriate chapters in one or two books of this kind and to
follow up the references for the aspects that interest you.
More information about the Neur-sci