best intermediate neuroscience text book?
rsnorman at mediaone.net
Sun Aug 19 20:42:04 EST 2001
On Mon, 20 Aug 2001 01:15:51 GMT, "Francesco"
<francesco at neurodesign.com> wrote:
>I want to get into neuroscience and brain research with the
>intentions of one day working on the brain-computer interface
>project. Can anyone recommend some good books to start
>me in the right direction?
There are many choices (and many opinions about what "intermediate"
means). You certainly can't go wrong with any of these:
Kandel, Schwartz, and Jessell
Principles of Neural Science 4th Ed
McGraw Hill 2000
Zigmond, Bloom, Landis, Roberts, and Squire
Academic Press, 1998
Purves, Augustine, Fitzpatric, ...
Neuroscience, 2nd Ed.
Sinauer Associates, 2000
or for a more specialized view although somewhat old
An Introduction to Molecular Neurobiology
Sinauer Associates, 1992
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