This textbook is written for students who are interested in one of the most fascinating fields of modern science, namely the investigation of the nervous system and brain. Modern neurobiology is an open science, with no restrictions placed on either methodological approaches or conceptual orientation. New developments continue to occur at an explosive pace. As an introductory textbook, this work aims to clearly and simply present the principles of neurobiology considered by the author to be most important, based on numerous examples. It has been written specifically for beginners, with a carefully considered balance of concepts and principles, details and illustrations. It is intended to guide students through the subject without overwhelming them with the huge influx of information that has developed in the field. At the same time it succeeds in conveying the excitement of this growing discipline, based as it is on the pursuit of such intriguing questions as how people think, learn, feel and know.
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Heinrich Reichert is at University of Basel.Language Notes:
Text: English (translation)
Original Language: German
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