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Neuroscience : exploring the brain
Mark F. Bear, Barry W. Connors, Michael A. Paradiso.
 
Location
   
Online
       
D.H. Hill Library Call Number
  Stacks (8th floor) QP355.2 .B42 2007 (Browse Shelf) Available
       
Veterinary Medicine Library Call Number
  Stacks QP355.2 .B42 2007 CD-ROM (Browse Shelf) Being transferred between libraries
  Stacks QP355.2 .B42 2007 CD-ROM (Browse Shelf) Available
  Stacks QP355.2 .B42 2007 (Browse Shelf) Available
  Stacks QP355.2 .B42 2007 (Browse Shelf) Available
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  • ISBN: 0781776074 (alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 9780781776073 (alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0781760038
  • ISBN: 9780781760034
  • OCLC Number: 62509134
Notes
  • "Student resource CD-ROM features answers to review questions, labelling, exercises glossary of key terms, and video clips from Acland's Video Atlas of Human anatomy."
  • Includes bibliographical references (p. [817]-836) and index.
Table of Contents

1. Neuroscience : past, present, and future -- 2. Neurons and glia -- 3. The neuronal membrane at rest -- 4. The action potential -- 5. Synaptic transmission -- 6. Neurotransmitter systems -- 7. The structure of the nervous system -- 8. The chemical senses -- 9. The eye -- 10. The central visual system -- 11. The auditory and vestibular systems -- 12. The somatic sensory system -- 13. Spinal control of movement -- 14. Brain control of movement -- 15. Chemical control of the brain and behavior -- 16. Motivation -- 17. Sex and the brain -- 18. Brain mechanisms of emotion -- 19. Brain rhythms and sleep -- 20. Language -- 21. Attention -- 22. Mental illness -- 23. Wiring the brain -- 24. Memory systems -- 25. Molecular mechanisms of learning and memory.
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