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The Human Brain: An Introduction to Its Functional Anatomy : Study Guide
by: John Nolte
0801668611 / 9780801668616

Book Description:
The Human Brain is a core introductory neuroanatomy text describing the structure and function of the brain and nervous system. Renown for its clear writing, convenient layout, and engaging style, the text has been successful in providing students with a "user-friendly" resource in what is traditionally a difficult subject area. As with previous editions, content is restricted to major concepts and facts, without overburdening students with extraneous detail. Each chapter builds on the previous ones, providing a logical progression of the subject matter. New terms and concepts are explained as they are introduced, allowing students to progress in knowledge without having to refer to other portions of the text, or other sources. The fourth edition will see an emphasis on including relevant information on neurophysiology. Features: * User-friendly design - readable, concise, and clear * Stresses major concepts and structure-function relationships without extraneous detail * Layout enables students to grasp the relevant information quickly via numerous and well-labeled colour illustrations, tables and summary boxes * Chapters have been broken into smaller, more discrete, more manageable chapters to give students a better handle on the topic * Contains the latest information on neurotransmitters and neuromodulators throughout * Case studies provide students with practical information relevant to patient care * New terms are in bold and are defined in a glossary * New! Four colour design

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