Neuroscience - G. J. Augustine, D. Fitzpatrick, Dale Purves


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Neuroscience Including Sylvius CD-ROM
George J. Augustine, David Fitzpatrick, Dale Purves

Hardcover 680 pages (July 26, 2004)
Publisher: Sinauer Associates Incorporated
ISBN: 0878937250

[quote]Synopsis
Neuroscience is a comprehensive textbook created primarily for medical and premedical students it emphasizes the structure of the nervous system, the correlation of structure and function, and the structure/function relationships particularly pertinent to the practice of medicine. Although not primarily about pathology, the book includes the basis of a variety of neurological disorders. It could serve equally well as a text for medical students or for undergraduate neuroscience courses in which many of the students are premeds. Being both comprehensive and authoritative, it is also appropriate for graduate and professional use. The new edition offers a host of new features including a new art program and a completely revised version of the popular teaching aid, Sylvius: Fundamentals of Human Neural Structure, an interactive CD ROM atlas of the human nervous system. Major changes to the new edition also include: Additional neuroanatomical content, including two appendices: (1) The Brainstem and Cranial Nerves and (2) Vascular Supply, Meninges and Ventricles. Updated and new boxes on neurological and psychiatric diseases. [/quote]
Bogen til neurofysiologi. Den har alt hvad man kan forlange af en bog. Vil du forstå nerufysiologien skal du købe denne bog. Den er bedre end “Neuroscience Exploring the brain” af Bear. HVis du ikke må eje den så læs den på biblioteket eller lån den på DNLB.


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Jeg var en af de meget få på mit semester (3. KU) der læste efter denne, de fleste havde Bear’s “Exploring the Brain”. Kan ikke huske hvorfor jeg valgte den, men jeg fortryder det ikke. Jeg er virkelig tilfreds med den, synes den er utroligt pædagogisk, meget flot illustreret, godt disponeret, og ja hvad kan jeg mere sige… fik mængder af aha-oplevelser og det var bare 400 sider dejlig læsning!

Men pas på, en forelæsere sagde at den nok ikke skulle anbefalles længere… jeg kan ikke huske helt hvad han sagde. Jeg anbefaller den! =)

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