Best Neuroanatomy Textbook?

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Sun Dec 21 22:11:04 EST 1997

In article <349D6A30.E941088C at eden.rutgers.edu>,
  Junghyup Suh <junghyup at eden.rutgers.edu> wrote:
> Hi, all of you...
> This is my first posting, so I'm so nervous....
> Can any of you tell me what textbook is the best to learn neuroanatomy?
> I wanna know the one has simple text and great figures.
> Thanks.

For the neuroanatomy of the human brain, I suggest M.C.Diamond, A. B.
Scheibel, and L. M. Elson, The Human Brain Coloring Book,
HarperCollins,New York (1985). It covers the basics, and you should learn
quite a bit as you color in each page.	(I haven't colored my copy yet; I
flunked coloring in 1st grade.)

Patrick Spangler

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