Mark Jordan wrote:
> I'm interested in getting my hands on "The Bible" of
> neuroanatomy if one exists. Can anyone recommend one?
>> I'm planning to do some neuromodeling. Any references,
> both online or otherwise much appreciated :-)
>> Best Regards,
> Mark Jordan.
My personal favorite is Carpenter's Human Neuroanatomy, edited by Andre
Parent. Everything you wanted to know and more.
For the truly obsessive-compulsive (depends how deep you want to go),
there is Human Neuroanatomy by Paxinos. This one is the thickness of
about 2 telephone books and contains everything except a catalog of
every individual neuron in the human brain.