Is there any article (like in American Scientist, etc) or book
(non-specialist preferable) which would talk about the current state of the
art on simulation/understanding of mammalian brain?
dag.stenberg at helsinki.nospam.fi wrote in message
<6v2mgv$obl$1 at oravannahka.Helsinki.FI> wrote:
> Bear etc. Neuroscience. Exploring the brain (Williams & Wilkins)
> Purves etc. Neuroscience. (Sinauer)
> Kandel etc. Essentials ofNeural Science and Behavior (Prentice Hall)
> - the big Kandel: Principles of Neural Science is good, but perhaps too
> big a chunk for a non-neuroscientist
> Shepherd: Neurobiology (Oxford University Press) is good, but with a
>different emphasis from all the others: very comparative, i.e. tells us
>about nonmallals also.