Written for an introductory-level student audience, Kolb and Whishaw's completely new text explores the biological basis of behavior, communicating the excitement of the tremendous advances in the field over the past decade. Drawing on their extensive teaching and research experiences, the authors organize their text around the key questions that intrigue brain researchers and students (i.e. Why do we have a brain? How is the brain organized?). A strong focus on clinical issues, innovative art, and a superior media and print supplements package further help to make the text supremely accessible and engaging.
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