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good neuro textbooks

Michelle T Glickman mglickma at mail1.sas.upenn.edu
Sun Oct 18 22:34:27 EST 1998


Kandel, Schwartz, and Jessel's "Principles of Neural Science" is 
fabulous, and very technically-oriented.  "Neuroscience" by Bear, 
Connors, and Paradiso, on the other hand, is a great intro/overview neuro 
text.
Michelle :P
 


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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