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Delivers subject matter simply yet meaningfully . . .
As burgeoning research advances the field of neuroscience, instructors face the formidable challenge of imparting this ever-increasing and heterogenous body of information to students. Essential Neuroscience, Second Edition is the coherent, balanced solution.
Rated outstanding with highest 5-star ranking in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings.
This highly acclaimed second edition covers fundamental neuroscience topics, integrating essential information with clinical and physiological considerations, providing students with multiple opportunities for review and self-testing, and presenting the latest relevant developments in neuroscience.
Proven building-block approach preferred by faculty and students alike.
Beginning with the building block of neuroscience, the neuron, the text unfolds the story of human brain function. From analysis of a single neuron, the authors enlarge the discussion to neuronal communication; guide us through the essentials of spinal cord and brain anatomy; detail the sensory, motor, and integrative systems; and finally illustrate the most complex functions and dysfunctions of the nervous system. This stepwise, basic-to-complex approach is the synthesis of 30 years of teaching experience and improves student performance on exams.
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Mayo Clinic Proceedings, 15-OCT-06, Volume 81, Issue 10, Kelly D. Flemming, MD, Department of Neurology, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine, Rochester, MN -- "A concise yet comprehensive text of neuroanatomy and basic neuroscience that is appropriate for medical students, residents, and neuroscience graduate students...The illustrations are a highlight of this text. These are appropriately detailed but make simple, important points to complement the text. The color illustrations help illustrate neuroanatomic pathways and key anatomic relationships well. In addition, objectives, clinical correlations, clinical cases, and the glossary make this an excellent text for teaching beginning students in the neurosciences."-Mayo Clinic Proceedings (Overall Grading: Five Stars-Outstanding)
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