Looking for neurology information
k p Collins
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Thu Dec 18 22:20:37 EST 2003
"Scott Oakman" <saoakman at yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> There is a MUCH newer _Scientific American_ special "Brain" issue.
> Again, go to amazon.com.
> (You'd send this kid to the **1979** version? Before PET, before MRI,
> before molecular neurochemistry?????)
Yeah, with well-substantiated reason to do so.
To begin, it's best to start somewhere the beginning. The Sept., 1979 issue
of SciAM does this pretty well.
What I'm talking about is gaining a generalized understanding of the
functional neuroanatomy - it's the 'skeleton' upon which everything else is
Gotta get it first, else the modern stuff tends to exists as aa "castle in
> "kenneth p Collins" <kpaulc at earthlink.net> wrote in message
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> > Go to the Library and check out the September, 1979 issue of =Scientific
> > American=. It's a good intro. Lots of excellent diagrams. [They [W. F.
> > Freeman] also published it as a book, so you might be able to find it in
> > bookstores, but I don't have the title.]
> > ken
> > "Chris Brunner" <newsaddy at innovateyour.com> wrote in message
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> > > Hello people,
> > > [...]
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