In and of itself, it's not sufficient, but check out _The Human Central Nervous
System_, Nieuwenhuys, Voogd, van Huijzen, Springer-Verlag. The nervous system is a
=lot=, yet to grasp its stuff one has to deal with everything. This text is a
"Synopsis and Atlas", and is loaded with 3-D renderings of the nervous system
architecture. These enable the powerful visual input routes, and this book is the
best place to start simply because it constitutes a fairly-comprehensive
"check-list" of what needs to be dealt with.
It goes for about $120. ken
doktorfaust at my-dejanews.com wrote:
> Hi there;
> Anyone have any good recommendations for a good grad-school level text on
> neurobiology? Hopefully one with a fairly recent edition, and with emphasis on
> molecular & cell biology more than cog sci. All reviews are much appreciated!
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