Neuroscience tutorials on the Web?
Daniel Shane Erwin
contrabandwagon1 at ev1.net
Thu Apr 13 03:38:49 EST 2000
I realize that you are looking for online sources, however if you do not
mind a drive to the bookstore then you can find a wealth of information on
emotions by Joseph Ledoux and Antonio Damasio. You can also find some good
information on visual perception by Stephen Kosslyn. The focus of the later
is generally on mental imagery, however he ties it in nicely with
perception. All three of the authors focus on biological basis and avoid
over use of untestable abstracts. Ther are also well known and respected
within the field which is more than can be said for many of the sources you
are likely to find online.
Sven-Anders Bergström <svsbem99 at student.umu.se> wrote in message
news:8cabj7$ahe$1 at hudsucker.umdac.umu.se...
> Hi, regarding the visual perception, try this link:
> I'm not sure if it's enough for you, didn't have time to go through the
> whole site, but maybe you can achieve some info from it! Good Luck!
> Barry Manor, presumably <bmanor at mail.usyd.edu.au> skrev i
> diskussionsgruppsmeddelandet:38E1DAF7.55F1ECCA at mail.usyd.edu.au...
> > Hi Folks,
> > I'm looking for website that contain tutorials or easily digestible info
> > on:
> > i) The neurophysiological basis of visual perception
> > ii) The neurophysiological basis of emotion
> > Any help would be much appreciated.
> > --
> > Barry Manor Physiologist Cognitive Neuroscientist Biomedical Engineer.
> > PhD Student in Medicine @ University of Sydney, Australia.
> > Generally Confused, Lover of Bicycles, Bartok and Beethoven.
> > DoD #620 BMW R100GS 'Chuggy'. Turns mountains into molehills.
> > E-mail: bmanor at mail.usyd.edu.au
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